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Problems of Ruling Russia
The Russian Empire was huge (92 times the size of Britain). It covered 22.3 million square kilometres and it was the size of it that made it hard to govern.
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Tsar
 Censoring
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1905 revolution
 Series of demonstrations – troops killing 120 people
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First World War
The army was badly equipped and poorly trained. The conscription of trained factory workers and peasants made it harder to grow food. Fertiliser production stopped to make way for war production so food shortages were worse.
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revolution1
1917 February
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revolution2
1917 october
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 Censoring

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Tsar

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 Series of demonstrations – troops killing 120 people

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The army was badly equipped and poorly trained. The conscription of trained factory workers and peasants made it harder to grow food. Fertiliser production stopped to make way for war production so food shortages were worse.

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1917 February

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