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Russia 1905-1917 exam questions with mark schemes.
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Russia 1905-1917 exam questions with mark schemes
* The following questions are 4 mark questions
* You should spend roughly 7 minutes on each one. You may find you need less time.
* These questions require you to describe you ideas.
* You are awarded one mark for each relevant point you make and an additional mark for a developed point/supporting detail.
1. What happened on "Bloody Sunday", January 1905? (4)
Bloody Sunday was a peaceful protest carried out by 200,000 people who were leaded by priest Father Gapon. This Bloody Sunday was caused because of the living and the working conditions of the workers. They came to the Winter Palace to give a petition to The Tsar. Many also carried pictures of The Tsar to show respect to him. Without any warning, all the soldiers opened fire on the protesters. After this event, the workers lost the respect for the Tsar. Also after this event The Tsar's uncle was assassinated in Moscow.
2. What were the main causes of the 1905 Revolution? (4)
There were many causes for the 1905 Revolution. One of them was Bloody Sunday. This
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