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The Fall of the Czar
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Nicholas II and his family are executed in the Ipatiev house in Yekaterinburg.
Nicholas II becomes Czar of Russia after his father, Alexander III dies due to kidney disease.
Nicholas II is officially crowned Czar of Russia
The heir to the Russian throne, Alexei Romanov, is born. He will play a major role in the uprising of the Russian people against Nicholas II.
Nicholas II moves headquarters to the Eastern Front. Czarina Alexandra lets Rasputin make political decisions.
Nicholas II abdicates his throne due to his inability to control his subjects any longer. A provisional government is established.
Nicholas falsely promises Russian people representation by creating the Russia State Duma.
Bloody Sunday: Nicholas II orders soldiers to fire on 200,000 protesters for voicing their complains about poor wages, lack of food, and harsh working conditions.
Japan declares war on Russia because Russia encroached on territory in part of northern Korea that Japan did not want them owning.
Germany declares war on Russia. Russia joins the war they should have never been in, resulting in 1.5 million deaths and over 5 million casualties.
March Revolution: 200,000 workers flood the streets to protest Nicholas II and his actions that have killed, starved, and exhausted the Russian people.
Russia becomes the fourth largest producer of steel in the world due to the intense lifestyle forced upon the backs of Russian workers.
Russian Marxists split into two groups, the Mensheviks and the Bolsheviks.
Nicholas, after just 10 weeks, dissolves the Russian State Duma, angering Russian Citizens.
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