Tsarist Russia: Preserving Autocracy

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  • Preserving Autocracy
    • In 1833 Nicholas I created a doctirne of "Official Nationality"
      • This were the values that the Tsar's had to uphold
        • Orthadoxy: protection of the church
          • -Nationality: recognition of the state role on the Russian nationality and equal citizen rights for all Russian
            • empancipation 1861
              • Education Reforms 1863-64
          • Autocracy
            • Opposition: shows the fragility of the autocracy
              • Assination of Alexander II in 1881 by The Peoples Will
    • Alexander II
    • Alexander III
      • After the assasination of his father he created the 1881 'manifesto of unshakable autocracy'
        • Manifesto rejecetd the moral liberal reforms of his father
          • in favour of 'unshakable eutocracy' he was able to introduce his counter reform policies
            • Censorship Reforms 1882: kept 'autocracy'
              • Autocracy
                • Opposition: shows the fragility of the autocracy
                  • Assination of Alexander II in 1881 by The Peoples Will
            • Education Reforms 1884: kept the church's teachings and so kept he orthadoxy, but was no equal so went agaisnt Nationality
              • Orthadoxy: protection of the church
                • -Nationality: recognition of the state role on the Russian nationality and equal citizen rights for all Russian
                  • empancipation 1861
                    • Education Reforms 1863-64
            • Russification: ecomapsses Orthadoxy, Nationality and Autocracy
    • Nicholas II
      • Ultimately did not preserve autocracy because empire fell
        • The era of the Duma made a big constitutional change that removed some power from the Tsar
          • Not preserving autocracy
            • But the Fundemental laws in 1906 still assured that the Tsar had majority power

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