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Modern History oral task.
The word at the beginning of the 20th century – Russian Revolutions.
Tsar Nicholas II
Nicholas inherited the role of Tsar off his father in 1855, when his father Nicholas I passed away.
Tsar Nicholas did not have the abilities to be a natural autocrat. He considered it his duty to act as autocrat.
Nicholas tried to keep power. This produced a highly inefficient form of government and the First World War threw these weaknesses into sharp relict. By the end the Tsar had managed to ensure his isolation from virtually all sections of Russia’s society.
Nicholas had the backing of a large and inefficient bureaucracy, but remained supreme. The state police and the army enforced his will, and his officials controlled education and censored the press.
A duma, or parliament, was set up but the Tsar was able to appoint and dismis ministers at will.
After the attempted revolution i...
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