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  1. Witte's industrial reforms (incl. Trans-Siberian Raliway)
    1893 - 1903
  2. Lenin's "What is to Be Done?"
    1902
  3. Russo-Japanese War
    1904-1905
  4. Bloody Sunday march, then massacre:
    9 January, 1905
  5. 1905 Revolution (general strikes)
    Jan- October 1905
  6. October Manifesto issued, creating Duma:
    17 October 1905
  7. Stolypin becomes PM:
    21 July 1906
  8. Fundamental State Laws undermine Duma:
    23 April 1906
  9. Stolypin's land reforms set down:
    November 1906
  10. The First Duma (dissolved for being too radical):
    April- July 1906
  11. The Second Duma (SRs and SDs joined in):
    February - June 1907
  12. Electoral laws illegally changed:
    • June - November 1907
    • (before the third Duma)
  13. Stolypin was assassinated
    11 September 1911
  14. Tsar orders full mobilisation of troops:
    30 July 1914
  15. Germany declares war on Russia and enters WW1
    1 August 1914
  16. Key defeat: Battle of Tannenberg:
    18 August 1914
  17. Key defeat: Battle of Masurian Lakes
    2 September 1914
  18. Tsar takes over from Nikolaievich as Commander in Chief of Armed Forces:
    August 1915
  19. Progressive Bloc (formed by Duma ) - called for a change of ministers
    25 August 1915
  20. Brusilov Offensive - a rare success for Russia:
    Summer,1916
  21. Rasputin is influential from:
    1915-1916
  22. Putilov strikers join women marchers:
    23 February 1917
  23. Petrograd garrison mutinies, and joins protestors:
    27 February 1917
  24. Duma refuses to dissolve and forms Provisional Gov't:
    27 February 1917
  25. Petrograd Soviet issues Soviet Order No. 1:
    1 March 1917
  26. Tsar's abdication:
    2 March 1917
  27. Lenin's return from exile:
    3 April 1917
  28. Lenin's April Thesis:
    4 April 1917
  29. June offensive:
    18-20 June 1917
  30. July Days:
    2-4 July 1917
  31. Kornilov made Commander in Chief of Army
    18 July 1917
  32. The Kornilov Affair:
    27 August 1917
  33. Trotsky made Chairman of Petrograd Soviet:
    8 September 1917
  34. Lenin's secret return (before Oct Rev)
    7 October 1917
  35. Bolshevik Central Committee Meeting, where Lenin argues for insurrection:
    10 October 1917
  36. Soviets form MilRevCom to defend Petrograd against Kerensky:
    20 October 1917
  37. Kerensky makes a move, shutting down printing presses:
    23-24 October 1917
  38. The Red Guard seize blockades, strategic buildings and bridges:
    24 October 1917
  39. Red Guard storm Winter Palace, the Prov. Gov't is officially overthrown:
    25 October 1917
  40. The Second All-Russian Congress of Soviets, where Trotsky dismisses SRs:
    25 October 1917
  41. New Soviet gov't, Council of People's Commissars
    (Sovnarkom) announced:
    27 October 1917

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