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The Decline and Fall of the Romanov Dynasty - Essay

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Chivalry Russian Empire House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov Knights of the Golden Fleece Nicholas II of Russia Knights of the Garter Grand Croix of the Légion d'honneur Nicholas I of Russia Russian Revolution House of Romanov Nikolai Dante Russo-Japanese War Nicholas II
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Chivalry Russian Empire House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov Knights of the Golden Fleece Nicholas II of Russia Knights of the Garter Grand Croix of the Légion d'honneur Nicholas I of Russia Russian Revolution House of Romanov Nikolai Dante Russo-Japanese War Nicholas II
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An autocratic leadership is a system of government with just one person who has absolute power over a whole nation. Nicholas II strongly believed in autocracy as his family had followed the same approach to ruling the country for many generations. Tsar Nicholas II was not assertive enough to rule as an autocrat due to his lack of political knowledge and poor leadership qualities along with his weak personality and hesitant desire to rule imperial Russia. He did not have the ability to deal with the social, political and economic issues that Russia faced at the time. His arrogance during the Russo-Japanese War and mishandling of World War I also led to the fall of the Romanov Dynasty. Nicholas II was a victim of a transitional society while the simultaneous Wor...
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