Russification & Anti-Semitism (Alexander II & Alexander III)

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RUSSIFICATION
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ALEXANDER II
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When did Alexander II allow Finns and Estonian to convert to Lutheranism?
1864 & 1875
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What did Alexander II allow the Finns to have?
Their own Parliament
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What caused Alexander II to be less tolerant of nationalities?
The 1863 Polish Uprisings & 1866 Assassination Attempt.
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What is an example of Alexander II having a Russification policy?
He outlawed the use of the Ukrainian language in theatre and publications
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ALEXANDER III
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Why was Alexander III more conservative than his father?
He was tutored by Pobedonostsev and his father was assassinated b y People's Will (A liberal revolutionary group)
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In what way did Alexander III go back on the promises of his father in terms of the Finns?
He reduced the powers of the Finnish Parliament
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What did he force Polish, German, Ukrainians, Georgians and Siberians to do? And When?
Be forced to speak and be taught Russian (1885-1889)
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As a result of Catholic Orthodoxy having more privileges in the Empire how many Lutherans reverted to Orthodoxy?
40,000
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How many disturbances across the Empire did these policies create?
332
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What percentage of the population was Orthodox?
70%
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ANTI-SEMITISM
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ALEXANDER II
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Where were most Jews moved to?
"The Pale of Settlements"
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Until when were rich Jews allowed to settle in towns?
1963 (Polish Uprisings)
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ALEXANDER III
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What was the infamous saying Pobedonostsev said about the Jewish population?
"1/3 should emigrate, 1/3 should assimilate, 1/3 should die"
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What were the pogroms and who encouraged/did them?
Pogroms= Destroying Jewish homes & businesses and killing Jews. Encouraged by Pobedonostsev and the Okhrana. The Black Hundred did them (Pro Tsar Group)
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When were the May Laws and when were they?
(1882) Jews not allowed to attend university, vote in elections and own homes.
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From ____ to 1914 _,___,___ Jews left Russia.
From 1881 to 1914 2,000,000 Jews left Russia.
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What percentage of Jews in; The Pale of Settlements, outside PoS and Capitals were allowed to go to university?
10% PoS, 5% Outside PoS, 3% Capitals
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