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What were the consequences of the 1905 Russian Revolution?

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Answer #1 | 11/01 2017 11:37
The 1918 Russian Revolution.
Answer #2 | 16/01 2017 06:59
Tsar Nicholas II sets up the duma and allows fredom of speech, press(newspapers), assembly and worship as well as freedom from arrest. A first only rich Russians could elect the duma but then the middle class was also given general suffrage. Russia therefore became a constitutional monarchy. This didn't last long however because Nicholas grew bored of the duma and issued the fundemental laws giving him outright control over the duma and so no real reform came from the duma. (this is only a brief overview of the results- but it is considered to be a 'dress reheasal' for the 1917 revolution that depoesed the Tsar.

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