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in 1533AnswerIn 1547, Ivan IV became the first crowned Czar of Russia. He was known to be extremely, perhaps even insanely brutal, hence his nickname of Ivan the Terrible. Once when in a fit of complete rage he struck his own son with an iron bar and killed him.
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