The Tsarist Russia History Quiz #7 - Nicholas II and the Challenge to Autocracy
The collapse of autocracy at this stage was imminent, the question is for how long would it last. 10 Questions.
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Who was the successor and son of Tsar Alexander III; he was crowned in 1896 and was to be the last monarch of the Russian Empire?
Tsar Nicholas II
Tsar Peter III
Tsar Ivan VI
Tsar Paul I
What was the name of the nationalist gangs, devoted to the ''Tsar, Church and Motherland'' who were supported by Tsar Nicholas II?
How many people were trampled to death, attracted by the promise of free food, drink and gifts to celebrate Tsar Nicholas II's coronation in May 1896; gathered on Khodynka Field?
What was the name of the Tsar's minister; the gallows was in such constant use that it became referred to as his (the Tsar's minister's) ''necktie''?
What was the number of industrial strikes in Russia in 1904; in comparison, in 1894, there were 17,000 industrial strikes?
What was the end effect of the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905); the war was encouraged by Minister for Internal Affairs, Plehve - who's assassination in July 1904, led to crowds celebrating in Warsaw?
Opposition to the Government
The Franco-Russian Alliance
War with the Ottoman Empire
Who was the Pulitov Works strike on Bloody Sunday (January 9, 1905) led by; in which a peaceful march of 150,000 workers, ended with around 132 dead, as the Tsar's troops broke up the demonstration?
What is the name of the Russian Black Sea Fleet's ship which mutinied during the Russo-Japanese War; the ship sailed to Odessa and later anchored on the coast of Romania after being promised asylum?
What did the Tsar Nicholas II agree upon and publish in October 17, 1905; this granted civic freedom, establish a State Duma and give the State Duma the power to approve laws?
The Communist Manifesto
What body of people was set up in October 1905 and in December 3, 1905 banned; with its leaders arrested and exiled to Siberia?
St. Petersburg Soviet
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