In January of 1905, thousands of Russian workers led by a priest on the payroll of the Tsar himself, marched to the gates of the Winter palace with the intention of humbly petitioning their ruler for an eight-hour workday. They were met by an intransigent detachment of royal guards who opened fire, killing hundreds. This is Trotsky's account of those events.
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