Putilov workers protesting in the streets. At the beginning of February, Petrograd workers began several strikes and demonstrations. On 7 March [O.S. 22 February], workers at Putilov, Petrograd's largest industrial plant, announced a strike.Although some clashes with the Tsar's forces did occur, no one was injured on the opening day. The strikers were fired, and some shops closed, resulting in further unrest at other plants

Putilov workers protesting in the streets. At the beginning of February, Petrograd workers began several strikes and demonstrations. On 7 March [O.S. 22 February], workers at Putilov, Petrograd's largest industrial plant, announced a strike.Although some clashes with the Tsar's forces did occur, no one was injured on the opening day. The strikers were fired, and some shops closed, resulting in further unrest at other plants

Russia’s February Revolution Was Led by Women on the March      |     History | Smithsonian

Russia’s February Revolution Was Led by Women on the March

Russia’s February Revolution Was Led by Women on the March | History | Smithsonian

February Revolution: Changes in Russia 1905 - 1917

February Revolution: Changes in Russia 1905 - 1917

The aim of this exercise is to engage learners in thinking about what changed in Russia over the early years of the century.

RT @KKCgunlugu: Developments that happened during the period from February Revolution to RNC's declaration will be post concurrently due on 11st May 2018.

RT @KKCgunlugu: Developments that happened during the period from February Revolution to RNC's declaration will be post concurrently due on 11st May 2018.

Russia’s February Revolution Begins. On March 8, 1917, the female factory workers of Petrograd began striking and rioting in response to food shortages and government oppression. Other Petrograd residents soon joined in the demonstrations, which forced Czar Nicholas II to abdicate a week later.

Russia’s February Revolution Begins. On March 8, 1917, the female factory workers of Petrograd began striking and rioting in response to food shortages and government oppression. Other Petrograd residents soon joined in the demonstrations, which forced Czar Nicholas II to abdicate a week later.

DUMA minister Rodzianko.

DUMA minister Rodzianko.

MARCH 8, 1917:  February Revolution began in Russia.  It started in Petrograd  with  spontaneous strikes and riots.  At the time Russia used the Julian calendar which dated March 8 as February 23, thus the name the February Revolution.

March 8, 1917

MARCH 8, 1917: February Revolution began in Russia. It started in Petrograd with spontaneous strikes and riots. At the time Russia used the Julian calendar which dated March 8 as February 23, thus the name the February Revolution.

History of the Blue Sky White Sun design  The "Blue Sky with a White Sun" flag was originally designed by Lu Haodong, a martyr of the Republican revolution. He presented his design to represent the revolutionary army at the inauguration of the Society for Regenerating China, an anti-Qing society in Hong Kong, on February 21, 1895.

History of the Blue Sky White Sun design The "Blue Sky with a White Sun" flag was originally designed by Lu Haodong, a martyr of the Republican revolution. He presented his design to represent the revolutionary army at the inauguration of the Society for Regenerating China, an anti-Qing society in Hong Kong, on February 21, 1895.

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in World War 1 History: Mar 12, 1917 Russian army lends support to rebels in February Revolution

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in World War 1 History: Mar 12, 1917 Russian army lends support to rebels in February Revolution

Russian Empire (Imperial States of America) - Alternative History  Protests during the Revolution of 1917

Russian Empire (Imperial States of America)

Russian Empire (Imperial States of America) - Alternative History Protests during the Revolution of 1917

Street barricade with artillery during the February 1917 Russian Revolution - (Photo by Imagno/Getty Images)

What Happened During the 1917 Russian Revolutions?

Street barricade with artillery during the February 1917 Russian Revolution - (Photo by Imagno/Getty Images)

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