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Czar Nicholas II - 20th Century History - About.com
Czar Alexander III, healthy and robust at six-foot-four, planned to rule for decades . He assumed there would be plenty of time to instruct Nicholas in how to run ...
Prelude to the Russian Revolution of 1917 - 20th Century History
Until they were freed in 1861 by Czar Alexander II, the majority of Russians were serfs who worked on the land and could be bought or sold just like property.
Russian Revolution Timeline - 20th Century History - About.com
Russian Revolution of 1917 deposed the czar (in the February Revolution ) and ... October 20 (November 1 NS) - Czar Alexander III dies after a sudden illness ...
Timeline of the Russian Revolutions: Pre-1905 - European History
1881: Tsar Alexander II is killed by members of Narodnaya volya; the new tsar, Alexander III, begins a repressive, racist and xenophobic crackdown on the ...
Russian Tsars - Famous Emperors and Kings of Russia
Russian tsars such as Ivan the Terrible and Peter the Great left important legacies. ... Godunov is immortalized in a play by Alexander Pushkin and an opera by ...
Narodnaya Volya (The People's Will, Russia) - Terrorism - About.com
1881: Tsar Alexander II is assassinated by a Narodnaya Volya bomb in St. ... Narodnaya Volya sought to overturn the autocratic regime of the Tsars, in Russia.
Tsar Nicholas II (1868-1919) - 20th Century History - About.com
Infoplease: Nicholas II Czar of Russia A brief two-part biography from the Infoplease encyclopedia. Letters from Tsar Nicholas to Tsaritsa Alexandra A fantastic ...
Tsarskoe Selo - Tsars' Village at Pushkin - Eastern Europe Travel
Home to Russian tsars and emperors, Tsarskoe Selo represents the height of ... on their own: the Catherine Palace and parks, the Alexander Palace and parks, ...
1812 - Napoleon's Invasion of Russia - European History - About.com
But the alliance was falling apart all over the place: there was the desire of Tsar Alexander to recast himself as both the liberator of Europe and the man who ...
Tadeusz Kosciuszko (1746 - 1817) - European History - About.com
Here, Emperors once again courted Kosciuszko, and Tsar Alexander planned a Poland under Russian dominion, possibly headed by the Pole. Once again, the ...
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