Vyborg Manifesto 1906
The Vyborg Manifesto: July 22, 1906 (July 9, 1906
At the time, Vyborg was a city in
Here is the map. (Look for Viborg in the K / c square)
MAP LOCATION OF VYBORG,
Today, Vyborg belongs to Russia.
The Vyborg Manifesto, also spelled
Viborg Manifesto, or sometimes called the
Vyborg Appeal, was a call to the Russians for civil disobedience.
It was drafted by
and other angry deputies of the recently dissolved
Duma, which had been dissolved
on July 21, 1906 (July 8, 1906
The First State Duma had 478 seats. The Manifesto had 180 signatures.
The people in general didn't respond to
the Vyborg Manifesto.
Preparations for the creation of a
Second State Duma followed.