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Preliminary Modern History 19th Century Russia - Essay: Explain How at Least TWO Tsar's Maintained Power and Control in the 19th Century

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Chivalry Russian Empire House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov Knights of the Golden Fleece Europe Knights of the Garter Russia Grand Croix of the Légion d'honneur Nicholas I of Russia Alexander I of Russia Decembrist revolt Tsarist autocracy
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Chivalry Russian Empire House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov Knights of the Golden Fleece Europe Knights of the Garter Russia Grand Croix of the Légion d'honneur Nicholas I of Russia Alexander I of Russia Decembrist revolt Tsarist autocracy
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This meant that it had a monarch which exercised all the power. The Russian ruler was called the Tsar and the Tsarina if it was a woman. The Tsars used many methods to stay in control, however they all eventually resorted to using repressive tactics to control the Russian people. Alexander I and Nicholas I are both prime examples of this and both utilise the idea of the Divine Right of Kings and censorship. Nicholas I took this a step further with the Nicholas System. I believe that whilst the methods these Tsars used to stay in power in the nineteenth century did work extremely well, they did not make a positive contribution to the people of Russia. During the first decade of Alexander I’s reign, which began in 1801 he introduced a number of reforms which included easing censorship,...
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