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The Russian Revolution Timeline.
8 months ago
Japan declares war on Russia.
Bloody Sunday: 200,000 Russia protesters are fired upon by order of Czar Nicholas II
Nicholas II promises the formation of a Russian parliament, the State Duma.
the Russian State Duma holds its first official meeting.
Germany declares war on Russia
Nicholas II moves headquarters to the Eastern Front. Czarina Alexandra lets Rasputin make political decisions.
Rasputin is murdered by a group of nobles lead by Prince Felix Yussupov.
March Revolution: 200,000 workers flood streets to protest against Nicholas II.
Nicholas II abdicates his throne. Provisional government established by former members of the State Duma.
Vladimir Lenin arrives in Petrograd with help from Germany.
Vladimir Lenin leads Bolshevik Red Guards to overthrow the provisional government.
Treaty of Brest Litovsk is signed, ending the war between Russia and Germany.
Russian Civil War against Red and White armies breaks out.
Russian Civil War ends with the Red Army victorious.
Vladimimr Lenin imposes the NEP to repair the Russian economy.
Russias economy is stable once again.
Russia is divided into republics and named the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics: the USSR.
Soviet constitution forming the Communist Party legitimized.
Vladimir Lenin survives assassination attempt, injured in the neck and jaw.
Vladimimr Lenin suffers a stroke.
Vladimir Lenin suffers a second stroke and retires from politics, is frequently visited by Joseph Stalin.
Vladimir Lenin suffers a third stroke, is bedridden, and pleads for Joseph Stalin to end his life with poison.
With Trotsky and Zinoviev exiled, Stalin now weilds absolute power as dictator of the Communist Party.
Nicholas II becomes the Czar of Russia.
Russia is the fourth highest producer of steel in the world.
Construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway begins.
Construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway is completed.
Russian Marxists split into two groups, the Mensheviks and the Bolsheviks.
Vladimir Lenin flees to Western Europe after his exile to Siberia is ends.
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