200,000 protesters went to the Winter Palace to hand the Tsar a Petition. He wasn't at the palace, and worried guards killed hundreds in the crowd.
Prime Minister Witte
6 November 1905 - 5 May 1906
1st Prime Minister of Russia
Prime Minister Stolypin
21 July 1906 - 18 September 1911
He pushed for agricultural reforms to boost productivity, but this was unpopular with the conservative peasantry. He continued russification, and more than 3,000 executions were carried out against Tsarist opponents.
Prime Minister Kokovtsov
18 September 1911 - 30 January 1914
During this time he was also Finance Minister, and passed legislation granting 20% of workers accident insurance. He had asked for Rasputin to be exhiled, and was dismissed by the Tsar in 1914 for a lack of Press control.
Tsar Nicolas II celebrated 300 years of Romanov rule in Russia
Prime Minister Goremykin
12 February 1914 - 2nd February 1916
He was a conservative Prime MInister, who had resigned in 1906 over being unable to work with the Duma. In 1916 he disagreed with the role of Rasputin once the Tsar went to lead the war effort.
First World War
28 July 1914 - 11 November 1918
Prime Minister Boris Sturmer
02 February 1916 - 23 November 1916
He ended economic growth, as rising inflation and a transportation breakdown led to a food shortage. Greatly damaging the country during the war.
Prime Minister Trepov
23 November 1916 - 20 January 1917
Prime Minister Golitsyn
20 January 1917 - 12 March 1917
Chairman Prince Lvov
15 March 1917 - 21 July 1917
21 July 1917 - 7 November 1917
8 November 1917 - 21 January 1924
Constituent Assembly Election
25 November 1917
Bolsheviks received 23.5% of the vote, and came in second place, behind the Socialist Revolutionaries