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Haemophilia in European royalty

Russian Revolution 1905

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The 1905 Russian Revolution An empire- wide struggle of violence, both anti-government and undirected, that swept through vast areas of the Russian Empire Nicholas II: The Last Romanov Tsar [r. 1894-1917] Nicholas ? Last tsar, succeeded his father, Alexander III. In 1894 Married the grand-daughter of queen Victoria The Tsar & His Family Hemophilia & the Tsarevich Nicholas II & Cousin, George V of England Causes Failure of Tsar?s military forces in popular Russo-Japanese War ? set off a series of revolutionary activities, sometimes by mutinous soldiers and revolutionary societies Revolution did increase the pace of reform but not enough to prevent the second revolution in1917 Tsars government ruled with an iron fist
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