How Did Tsar Nicholas II Rule Russia

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Russia was ruled by Tsars and followed a monarchy until 1917. The last Tsar of Russia was Nicholas II who brought industrial revolution in Russia. During those old days, one became a Tsar because they inherit, not because they were chosen to be Tsars because of their high qualifications. One of the events that enforced me to research on during our lecture was The French Revolution in 1792 and the Russian Tsar, Alexander I, in the revolution. It persisted for quite a long time (both Paul I and Alexander I’s times). Catherine II was one of the few women to rule Russia whose husband died very young. The most important shocking fact was that she was born in the country where she ruled, rather in Stettin Prussia (now Szczecin, …show more content…
Alexander, I was an educated person, unlike his father, who studied overseas in Oxford. Alexander certainly brought some massive changes to Russia. The ‘principal achievement’ was the reformation in the public education. He brought trained professors from German and Britain to train the Russian professors who were undereducated. There were, indeed, no Russians professors who were enough educated to teach. Consequently, boyars (the highest class of people) were forced to send their children overseas for further education. Alexander wanted to bring a change on the education system in …show more content…
Napoléon’s army started to defeat against nature as they did not have any clothes to protect them from the cold weather, nor did they have anything else that one needs for surviving. Alexander did not fight and had nature do its exertion. Napoléon decided to go back with his remaining army after getting defeated by nature. He invited Europe and befriended with them, and wanted to rescue the people who were ‘enslaved’ by Napoléon. In 1812, it was the failure of Napoléon. He again rebuilt his military in 1813 but was conquered by the Alexander and the British. Napoléon was captured and kept in Elba. He somehow managed to escape his way out from Elba to French and regained his throne. The French Revolution resumed again and lasted for two more years. He was finally defeated by the allies at Waterloo. He was again located, arrested and was kept in an island named St. Helena. He lived the rest of his life as a dictator and died in 1821. The French Revolution ended in the year of 1815 by Napoléon’s

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