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Russian Tsars - Famous Emperors and Kings of Russia
Russian tsars such as Ivan the Terrible and Peter the Great left important legacies. Learn more about Russia's royalty and the emperors who dictated the course ...
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Royal Russia - Explore the Russia of Tsars and Emperors
Though it is no longer a monarchy, Russia retains its royal heritage. Royal Russia can be found in palaces, coronation sites of the tsars, symbols of the emperors ...
http://goeasteurope.about.com/od/russia/a/Royal-Russia.htm
Tsarskoe Selo - Tsars' Village at Pushkin - Eastern Europe Travel
... the Amber Room, and beautiful parks and gardens. Home to Russian tsars and emperors, Tsarskoe Selo represents the height of Russian royal opulence.
http://goeasteurope.about.com/od/stpetersburgtravel/a/Tsarskoe-Selo.htm
Czar Nicholas II - 20th Century History - About.com
First cousins, Czar Nicholas II of Russia (left), wearing an English uniform, and King George V of England, in Russian regimentals, in England. It was a quaint ...
http://history1900s.about.com/od/people/a/Nicholas-II.htm
Who was the Last Tsar of Russia - European History - About.com
Answer: The last Tsar (Emperor) to rule Russia was Nicholas II. He succeeded to the throne on November 1st 1894 and ruled until March 2nd 1917, when a ...
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Tsar / Czar (female Tsarina / Czarina) - European History - About.com
Definition: Title given to the rulers of Russia in the early modern and modern period. Derived from Caesar, the term Tsar was commonly used in medieval Russia ...
http://europeanhistory.about.com/od/glossary/g/gltsar.htm
What Is a Tsar? - Asian History - About.com
Definition: Tsar: A hereditary ruler or monarch of pre-revolutionary Russia. Female rulers were called "tsarinas." The word "tsar" comes from the Old Slavonic ...
http://asianhistory.about.com/od/glossarytz/g/GlosTsar.htm
Prelude to the Russian Revolution of 1917 - 20th Century History
The Russian Revolution of 1917 was rooted in a long history of oppression and abuse. That history, coupled with a weak-minded leader (Czar Nicholas II) and ...
http://history1900s.about.com/od/Russian-Revolution/a/Prelude-Russian-Revolution.htm
A Brief Introduction to the Russian Revolution of 1917
In 1917 Russia was convulsed by two major seizures of power. The Tsars of Russia were replaced first in February by a pair of co-existing revolutionary ...
http://europeanhistory.about.com/od/russiaandukraine/a/The-Russian-Revolution-Of-1917.htm
The best books on Imperial Russia - European History - About.com
The result is a text that covers the entire existence of the Russian State, from its ... social structure and the changes wrought on their life by tsars and dictators.
http://europeanhistory.about.com/od/toppicksbooks/tp/tpimprussia.htm
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