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126

Population of Russian empire in 1897: ________ million

400,000

Number of workers on strike in St Petersburg by end of January 1905

4

Number of Dumas before the 1917 Revolution

7

Russian casualties in World War I:approximately ____ million

37

Percentage of adult Russian males conscripted in World War I

1,500

Approximate death toll in the February Revolution

250,000

Estimates suggest that Bolshevik membership in 1917 grew between February and October from 10,000 to____________

5

_______ per cent of Petrograd workers and soldiers were said to have been involved in the takeover

64

In 1914 the level of literacy among urban workers was ___ per cent

40

In 1914 the level of literacy among the general population was ___ per cent

130

According to Ascher, ___ people were killed on Bloody Sunday

10

By 1914 only ___ % of households in Europen Russia lived on farms separated from the commune

2,000

Number of citizens killed in massacre at Odessa in 1905

80

Number of soviets in operation in Russia by end of November 1905

3

Russia covered 1/_ of the world's total landmass in 1905

1

Percentage of nobles in 1897

80

percentage of peasants in 1897

25

Nobles owned ___ of the land in 1897

1.5

Population of Moscow in 1897: __ million

2

Population of St Petersburg 1897: more than _ million

9

Economic growth rate of Russia in the 1890s: _ per cent

2.5

In 1897, industrial workers comprised _ per cent of the population

11

Industrial workers generally worked more than _ hours per day

60

The literacy rate of urban workers was nearly _ per cent

6

The journey of the Baltic fleet to Tsushima took more than _ months

100,000

Over ___ workers went on strike at the Putilov engineering works on 7 January 1905

100

The number of marchers on Bloody Sunday was between 50,000 and _ ,000

300

The number of wounded on Bloody Sunday was between _ (Ascher) and 500

6,000

Strength of the militia of the 1905 St Petersburg soviet

15,000

Number of people executed in repression of 1905 Revolution from October 1905 to April 1906

3,741

Number of executions for political crimes 1906-1910

192

Number of executions for political crimes 1825-1905

60,000

Number of people executed or exiled by Stolypin

45

It took ___ as many urban workers' votes to elect a deputy to the 1906 Duma as it did landowners' votes (90,000: 2,000)

200

Number of left-wing deputies in the second Duma, the 'Duma of National Anger'

141

Number of mutinies in the armed forces, May to July 1906

6th

In the Third Duma, only 1/__ of workers and peasants could vote

6%

Annual growth in industrial production, 1907-1914

200

More than ___ people were killed at the Lena Goldfields massacre in 1912

40,000

Circulation of the Bolshevik newspaper 'Pravda' by 1914

1,000

By 1916 there had been a ___ % growth in Russian production of artillery and rifles since 1914

4

Although wages doubled between 1914 and 1916, prices of food and fuel increased ___ times over

300

By the end of 1916 the cost of living in Petrograd had risen by ___ per cent

24

On the eve of the February Revolution, women were spending close to ___ hours in bread queues

3,000

By 10 March the Petrograd soviet had ___ members, mostly soldiers' deputies

16

The Provisional Government overthrown in October 1917 had ___ members. The original one had 13 posts

5

Number of socialists who joined the Provisional Government on 5 May 1917

237

Number of peasant land seizures in July 1917

568

Number of factories closed in Petrograd February-July 1917: 100,000 jobs lost

20,000

Number of Kronstadt sailors involved in the July Days

51

Percentage of votes won by Bolsheviks in Moscow municipal elections of October 1917

24

Percentage of vote won by Bolsheviks in November 1917 elections

175

Number of seats Bolsheviks won in November 1917 elections (out of 682)

110

Daily bread rations for manual workers in March 1917 were 675 grams. By October it was ___

25,000

Trotsky said ___ to 30,000 workers and soldiers - abooult 5% of those in Petrograd were involved in the October revolution

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