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In the Kuban, Armavir, Russian people, tired of the gang attacks revolutionaries began their own mop up with the leaders of the revolutionary dvizheniya.269 After the publication of the manifesto released on October 17, all the indigenous Russian were offended in their best feelings. Their political consciousness tells them that the King Manifesto imposed by force, that he, in effect, cancels Russian autocracy, replacing it with something alien and incomprehensible. A wave of extreme indignation went through the whole of Russia. In most cities and populated areas swept spontaneous patriotic demonstrations in support of the King. After many such demonstrations Russian people turned into a formidable force in their own butchered with all those who tried to destroy the Russian state. Lynching of revolutionaries beating intellectuals deprived of national consciousness, and the Jews were quite natural and justified reaction of the Russian people against the tyranny and atrocities committed by anti-Russian forces. It was a massive, multi-million dollar movement of the Russian people, which is their creative force and prejudge the outcome of anti-Russian uprising of 1905.

Rich Gems from Tiny Mines by Ron Wheeler

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Author
Ron Wheeler
Publisher
Winepress Publishing
Date of release
Pages
53
ISBN
9781579219482
Binding
Paperback
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