They shot him three times and then tied him up and threw him into the Neva River. he drowned, but not before he had managed to untie the knots underwat
The government introduced bread rationing in the capital city after the price of bread had dramatically increased. Many of the women who waited in lines for bread also worked 12 hour shifts at factories.
A series of strikes broke out in the capital city of Petrograd (formerly St. Petersberg). Actions of working-class women helped changed course of Russian history.
About 10,000 women marched through Petrograd demanding " Peace and Bread" and "Down with Autocracy."
The women were joined by many workers and they organized a general strike that shut down all factories in the city.
The Duma, or legislative body met and established a Provisional Government hta t urged the tsar to step down.