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SC Russian Revolution Dates

STUDY
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Bolshevik decree on workers' control (M/Y)
(8) November 1917
Lenin's What is to be done? published (Y)
1902
Russian Social Democratic Labour Party formed (Y)
1898
July Days uprising (D/M/Y)
3 or 4 or 5 or 6
July 1917
Russo-Japanese War (Y)
1904 or 1905
Czar's October Manifesto (M/Y)
October 1905
'Fundamental Law' reasserts Tsar's primacy (Y)
(January) 1906
Social Democrats split into Mensheviks and Bolsheviks (Y)
1903
Second Duma (Y)
1907
Kadet party formed (M/Y)
October 1905
First World War (Ys)
1914-1918
Stolypin assassinated (Y)
1911
New restrictive electoral laws to Duma introduced (Y)
1907
Bloody Sunday Massacre (D/M/Y)
9 or 22 January (OS) 1905
Fourth Duma (Ys)
1912-1917
Lena Goldfields massacre (Y)
1912
Tsar takes over as Commander-in-Chief (M/Y)
August or September 1915
Petrograd Soviet sets up MRC (M/Y)
(12) October 1917
Battles of Tannenberg and Masurian Lakes (Y)
1914
Stolypin introduces agrarian reforms (Y)
1906
Formation of Petrograd Soviet of Workers' Deputies (D/M/Y)
27 February 1917
Brusilov offensive (Y)
1916
Formation of first Moscow soviet (M/Y)
November 1905
Congress of Soviets establishes Sovnarkom (D/M/Y)
26 October 1917
Accession of Czar Nicholas II (Y)
1894
Nicholas II abdicates (D/M/Y)
2 March 1917
First Moscow soviet suppressed by force (M/Y)
December 1905
Beginning of full scale 1917 Revolution (D/M/Y)
25 February 1917
Socialist Revolutionary Party founded (Y)
1901
Soviet's 'Order No 1' (M/Y)
1 March 1917
Lenin returns to Petrograd (D/M/Y)
3 April 1917
Major [eventually failed] summer offensive launched against Austro-German armies (M/Y)
(26) June 1917
Kornilov becomes commander-in-chief (M/Y)
(18) July 1917
Bolsheviks gain a majority in Petrograd Soviet: Trotsky elected chairman (D/M/Y)
25 September 1917
Stolypin appointed chief minister (Y)
1906
Bolsheviks take control of Petrograd (Ds/M/Y)
24-25 October 1917
Elections for Constituent Assembly (M/Y)
(11) November 1917
First Duma meets (Y)
1906
Cheka created (M/Y)
(7) December 1917
Meeting and dissolution of Constituent Assembly (D/M/Y)
5 or 6 January 1918
Armistice signed with Germans at Brest-Litovsk (M/Y)
(2) December 1917
Lenin's April Theses (D/M/Y)
4 April 1917
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk (D/M/Y)
3 March 1918
Bolsheviks adopt the name 'Communists' (M/Y)
(8) March 1918
Bolshevik Central Committee commits itself to armed insurrection (D/M/Y)
10 October 1917
Moscow becomes capital (M/Y)
(12) March 1918
Civil war begins, with Czech Legion (M/Y)
May 1918
Lenin flees Petrograd (M/Y)
(6) July 1917
Czar and family murdered at Ekaterinburg (D/M/Y)
17 July 1918
Formation of St Petersburg soviet (M/Y)
October 1905
Foreign intervention begins (M/Y)
(4) April 1918
Official introduction of Red Terror (D/M/Y)
5 September 1918
Civil war effectively ends with Red victory in Crimea (M/Y)
November 1920
Kronstadt Rising (M/Y)
March 1921
USSR established (Y)
1922
Lenin's hanging order, Penza (M/Y)
(11) August 1918
Kerensky orders closure of Pravda and Izvestia (M/Y)
23 October 1917
Lenin's death (D/M/Y)
21 January 1924
Kerensky becomes prime minister (M/Y)
(8) July 1917
Provisional Government formed by members of Duma (D/M/Y)
2 March 1917
Assassination attempt on Lenin (M/Y)
August 1918
Lenin introduces the NEP (M/Y)
March 1921
International Women's Day protests (D/M/Y)
23 February 1917
Third Duma (Y)
1912
The Kornilov Affair (M/Y)
(26) August 1917
Red Army established (M/Y)
(15) January 1918
Bolshevik decree on land (M/Y)
(8) November 1917
Lenin's 'testament' (Y)
1922