The 1905 Revolution and its Aftermath

  • D. G. Kirby
Part of the Studies in Russian and East European History book series (SREEHS)


The revolutionary strike movement which broke out in the Russian Empire at the end of October 1905 was slow to spread to Finland, partly as a result of the initial hesitations of the railwaymen on the vital Valkeasaari-Petersburg section of the main line to Russia (65). As was the case elsewhere in the Empire, the railways played an important part in the development of a nationwide strike movement in Finland.


General Strike Grand Duchy National Assembly Provisional Government Labour Archive 
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© D. G. Kirby 1975

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