1905 in St. Petersburg: Labor, Society, and Revolution

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Index
Activities in Technical and Professional Education, Third Congress of, 102
Adashev, S. V. ( Bolshevik worker), 387
Agitation, organizing techniques of, 82-83
Aleksandrovsk Garden, 174
Aleksandrovsk Machine Works, 45; before 1905, 65-66, 96; January strikes at, 180, 182, 186; and Shidlovskii Commission, 205n, 212; and rent strikes, 268; October strikes at, 347, 358
Alexander II, 100
Alexander-Nevsky district, 38, 41, 43, 59
All-Russian Conference of Trade Unions, First, 237, 299
All-Russian Congress of Mutual Aid Societies, 299
All-Russian Congress of Printers, 425
All-Russian Congress of Railroad Employee Delegates, First, 301
All-Russian Congress of Writers and Journalists, First, 281
All-Russian Railroad Delegates Congress, 318
All-Russian Union of Engineers and Technicians of All Specialties, see Engineers' Union
Annenskii, N. F. ( writer), 169, 305
Armed uprisings, 294; Social Democrats on, 264; Bolsheviks on, 327-28, 335-36, 344; Mensheviks on, 328- 30; Soviet of Worker Deputies on, 347; SRs on, 402
Arsen'ev, K. K. ( writer), 169
Artel, Arteli, 57
Artisanal boards (guilds), 49, 275
Artisans' Mutual Aid Society ( Kharkov), 299
Assembly of Russian Mill and Factory Workers of St. Petersburg, 407 f, 426-27; origin of, 106-16; Karelin and, 116-25 passim; opposition and, 139-53; strike agitation of, 185; Bloody Sunday and, 222-23; fitter K. and, 224-25. See also Gapon, Father Georgi; Karelin, Aleksei E.
Atlas Iron and Copper Foundry and Machine Plant, 186, 188
Azarov, Ivan ( worker leader), 385
Baltic Shipyards: turnover at, 28-29; strikes at, 96, 323 f, 358; demands at, 180 f; January strikes at, 185; Shidlovski elections at, 205n, 208, 221
Banquet campaign of 1904-5, 101, 127n, 128-31 passim, 134-39 passim, 246
Bater, James H., 14
Bauman, Nikolai ( Bolshevik), 311
Bezzaglavtsy (political party), 383
Black hundreds, 232, 353-56 passim, 362, 389-90
Bloody Sunday (Jan. 9, 1905), 107, 165-67, 196, 198, 210, 271
Bogdanov, A. ( Bolshevik leader), 197 n
Bogolepov, Nikolai ( Minister of Education), 89

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