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Nicholas II, The Empress Alexandra & Rasputin
Examines personalities & policies of three Russian leaders & their roles in fall of Romanov Empire.
# 13569 | 3,150 words | 6 sources | 1999 | US
Published on Jun 28, 2003 in History (European - 20th Century) , History (Russian)

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" History is full of enigmatic figures who, in the name of morality, faith or the constraints of their own blind will, remain aloof, seemingly oblivious to the direst warnings presented to them. This is a brief overview of selected events which led to the fall of the Romanov Empire, with particular reference to the significance of the personalities and background of Nicholas II, the Empress Alexandra, and Rasputin.
The image of Nicholas II that dominates history is that of a weak and unintelligent man who was poorly equipped to deal with the challenge of a newly emerging, modern nation (Steinberg and Khrustalev 23-25). But he was not a stupid man. While not possessing an education equal to that of today's rulers, he had proficiency in English, French and German, as well as considerable teaching in military, political, and economic.."

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