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    Lehane Giovanni Quinn (-- removed HTML --) Daughter of Alexander Giovanni and Michaela Quinn, born in Seattle, Washington but raised in a small town just outside of Los Angeles, California by her father. Alexander won custody of Lehane when she was just a baby after Michaela tried to give her up for adoption. Michaela won custody of their 3-year-old son (Grant Gustin). (-- removed HTML --) Alexander filed for divorce shortly after and moved Lehane, and himself to Little Rock, California.…

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    Since the early 1600’s Russia had been ruled by the Romanov family. The final Tsars were increasingly ineffective and when Tsar Nicholas II came into power he did not fix the mistakes of the past Tsars and due to his bad leadership he is solely to blame for bringing his country into ruin which in turn led to his downfall, however, the people of Russia were eager for change because of the mistakes of the past Tsars and Nicholas II could not govern the entire country and keep them from wanting a…

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    The political shift that occurred during the early twentieth century in Russia remains one of the most successful anti-monarchal revolutions in history. The political and social climate leading up to the February and October Revolutions of 1917 was unique, fueled by tense relations between the Russian working class and the royal family. It was the detrimental political missteps by Tsar Nicholas II, as well as his inability to compromise and unwavering desire to retain autocratic control of the…

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    the corruption of the government are problems that have existed for 100s of years. Russia was known as a country with the ability to feed the world. In 1855-1881 Alexander II reigned and during his time he emancipated the serfs of Russia in 1861. After he reigned his son Alexander III did, and he ended this political reform efforts and returned Russia to an absolute rule. When Nicholas II reigned as tsar of Russia many had already disliked his powerful ruling. A small group of aristocrats held…

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    raised in a palace a happy upbringing in the Romanov household. Educated by several tutors, Nicholas studied languages, history, sciences, horsemanship, shooting, and dancing. What he was not schooled in, unfortunately for Russia, was how to function as a monarch. Czar Alexander III, healthy and robust at six-foot-four, planned to rule for decades. At the age of nineteen, Nicholas joined an exclusive regiment of the Russian Army and also served in the horse artillery. The tsesarevich didn't…

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    Tsar Nicholas II Downfall

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    Nicholas II played a vital, negative role in contributing to his complete downfall during the early 20th century. His reluctance to become Tsar was a major factor that contributed to his own demise. The release of the October Manifesto in 1905 was one of the key events that led to the end of Tsar Nicholas’s rule over Russia. Tsar Nicholas’s poor leadership in World War 1 as well as his weak-willed personality was also issues that further contributed to the collapse of the Romanov Dynasty. These…

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    last Tsar of Russia. He was executed and abdicated because of the way he handled Bloody Sunday and and Russia’s place in World War 1. Nicholas was born on May 6, 1918 in Pushkin, Russia. He received the throne when his dad Alexander the third died in 1894. His father created an elected legislature. The way he handled Bloody Sunday and World War 1 enraged his subjects and led to his abdication. The Bolsheviks killed Nicholas and his family on July 16, 1918, in Yekaterinburg, Russia. He was then…

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    Catherine was also known as Catherine II. But her real name is Sophie Friedreike Auguste von Anhalt-Zerbest. Catherine’s father was a German Prince. Which makes Catherine a German Princess. Catherine was related to the Dukes of Holstein through her mother. Which means she, Catherine, was around royalty all her life. The Dukes of Holstein is a state of the Holy Roman Empire. Catherine had two kids. Her daughter name was Anna Petrovan, and her sons name was Paul I of Russia. Catherine was born on…

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    “What contribution did your leader make to the revolutionary situation?” Tsar Nicholas II was the last Autocratic monarch of Russia under the Romanov rule. His reign, 1864 to 1917, was plagued with misfortune and disaster. It is undeniable that some of the events were entirely out his hands, however majority of Tsar Nicholas II actions led to the Revolutionary Situation in 1917. The decision of fighting in the Russo - Japanese War, the 1905 Revolution, Bloody Sunday, the October Manifesto and…

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    Peter The Great Case Study

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    the following questions. Please, don 't copy from the book; explain your answers using your own words: 1. Explain the background of Peter the Great and his curiosity with respect to the military and technological innovations. What did he do to fight Russia 's military backwardness? Peter the Great used different international specialists to learn different skills, specializing in military skills. He learned how to fire artillery, in additional to building and sailing ships, and this was in his…

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