Tsar Nicholas Dissatisfaction Of The Monarchist Government

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In 1905, Tsar Nicholas II was the emperor of Russia, took power in 1894. He didn’t have the characteristics and charisma that other leaders had, and was unpopular with the Russian population. In addition to the unpopularity of the Tsar the imperial Russia was losing the Russian-Japanese war. Compounding all these factors together along with agricultural stagnation, class warfare and general unrest caused dissatisfaction of the monarchist government by several Russians. Around three quarters of the population were peasants living and farming in small villages. The Agriculture sector in central Russia was very poor, since they used to use techniques deeply out of date hoping to have improvements however they had widespread illiteracy and no capital
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