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But the world price of grain had dropped and the discontent among the peasantry was growing. Nicholas was reigning in a time when political controversy was sparking under the noses of the imperial family.
Socialist movements and thoughts of revolt were on the minds of many quietly planning out the best time to strike. Nicholas was untrained as a statesman and inept to take on the responsibilities of being the supreme power in Russia.
Because of his inaptitude and inadequate decisions and inability to change with the times he paved the path for revolution. This family was the Romanovs, the Tsars of Russia from to In Russia, the Tsar was seen as the ultimate power in a country where the citizens had no rights.
He was deified, he was worshipped, he was glorified. He was the oldest of four sons, although by a series of mishaps, he did not have the support which brothers could give a reigning monarch. Unfortunately, George developed tuberculosis and was sent to live in the mountains of Caucasus.
The youngest brother was Michael, ten years younger than Nicholas, who never became a serious companion to the Tsar.
Although the family lived in a room palace, they lived a very simplistic lifestyle. The children woke in the morning, washed their faces, ate a porridge breakfast, and then got dressed in peasant clothes.
Nicholas received a well-rounded education. He spoke French, German, and English. He was very good at history, rode beautifully, danced gracefully, and had an excellent shot.
At nineteen, Nicholas commanded a squadron of Horse Guards and went with them to Krasnoe Selo, a great military camp outside of St. One thing was missing from his education, the knowledge of being a statesman. In these beginning years of his life Nicholas was not raised as if he were going to be the next Tsar of Russia.
She pampered him, looked over him and advised him on what decisions to make. His father refused to teach him the work of being a statesman.
He felt that he lacked maturity, but his mother prevented him from being mature. Nicholas was not ready to be Tsar of Russia because he was trained only as a soldier and not as a statesman.
He already was losing the faith of his people and officials. His own ministers talked of how he was incapable of making decisions to rule in his empire. The Prince snapped back that nothing was inevitable if the Tsar would move with the times.
The Russian people began to sense that the Tsar had too much power in their society. They had no rights, no way of expressing their grievances.
Nicholas however, refused to move with the times, he would only make decisions that he thought his father would have approved, regardless of what he thought was right. From that moment on every liberal person in Russia joined in battle against him to receive what they thought should be theirs: Nicholas because of the Boxer rebellion in had a pretext for occupying all of Manchuria, which he did against the advice of his ministers.
This upset the Japanese, who had their eye on Tokyo. Instead of trying to keep peace in he personally authorized the infantry of Russian troops into Northern Korea and the exploitation of timber concession near the Youu River.
By Russia and Japan were at war. Each Minister acts on his own, doing as much damage as possible to the other Ministers…It is a curious state of things. There is an Emperor, a religious madman almost- without a statesman, or even a council-surrounded by a legion of Grand Dukes-thirty-five of them and not one of them at war this moment, with a few priests and priestly women behind them.
No middle class; an aristocracy ruined and absolutely without influence, an underpaid bureaucracy living, of necessity, on corruption. The first were the social democrats that embraced Marxism and concentrated on their propaganda to the factory workers.
This party because of quarreling between Lenin and Plenkanov split into two groups the Melsheviks and Bolsheviks. The second group, the S. In January a strike broke out in the Putilov engineering works in St. Petersburg and spread rapidly to other factories.
Father Gapon, who led the union, was forced with the choice of relinquishing his job or taking positive action. He decided to lead a peaceful demonstration of the workers to the Winter Palace to petition the Tsar.October Revolution, (Oct.
24–25 [Nov. 6–7, New Style], ), the second and last major phase of the Russian Revolution of , in which the Bolshevik Party seized power in Russia, inaugurating the Soviet regime. Youth and the Xinhai Revolution: – Mao Zedong was born on December 26, , in Shaoshan village, Hunan Province, China.
His father, Mao Yichang, was a formerly impoverished peasant who had become one of the wealthiest farmers in regardbouddhiste.comg up in rural Hunan, Mao described his father as a stern . Mao Zedong was born on December 26, , in downfall of nicholas iis regime and the russian revolution Shaoshan village, Hunan Province, China.
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