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Who was Czar Nicholas?

There were two Czars named Nicholas. Czar Nicholas I ruled Russia from 1825 to 1855. Most notably, he ruled during the Crimean War but died before it ended. The more famous of (MORE)
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What is a czar?

A Tsar (Царь in Russian)(Tzar, Csar or Czar) was the emperor of Russia until the 1917 February Revolution. Tsar is a Russification of the Roman word Caesar. The first Rus (MORE)

What does czar mean?

The term "czar" is a Russian equivalent of the Roman title "Caesar." The Germans adopted the title Caesar in the same way only they used the word "Kaiser."
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What does Czar have to do with Russia?

The Tsar (or Czar) has not had anything to do with Russia since 1917, when the final tsar, Nicholas II, was forced to abdicate his throne due to civil unrest in the country. (MORE)

Who ruled after the czar?

The Russian Provisional Government headed by Prince Georgy Lvov and later by Alexander Kerensky ruled after the tsar abdicated in March 1917. In October 1917, the Provisional (MORE)
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Who was Czar Nickolas?

Nicholas the first was Emperor of Russia from 1825-1855. In his capacity he was also king of Poland and Grand Prince of Finland
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