Radical activists and anti-authoritarian revolutionaries will be silenced.



Czar Nicholas II, Sergei Witte : Czar, Prime Minister
In response to the 1905 Revolution - the demonstrations of protest against the czarist government, extreme limitations and restrictions were imposed on the activists, the press, and the public space.
The government adopted a hard-line policy against unrest, with tough crackdowns on radical activists and the press, ending all possibility of reconciliation between liberals and the regime.