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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 your artboard start from scratch[clears the canvas] Tsarist Russia Facts 1.Novgorod land (republic)2.Princiaplity of Rostov-Suzdal (North-East Rus, Vladmir-Suzdal)3.Princiaplity of Polotsk4.Grand Principality of Smolensk5.Volyn Principality 6.Duchy Of Turov and Pinsk7.Principality of chernihiv8.Grand Duchy of Ryazan9.Grand Duchy of Kyiv10.Principality of Novgorod-Siversk11.Principality of Pereyaslavl12.Principality of Halych. Tsar: was the autocratic emperor and had all the power in Russia. Only one powerful family ruled the Russian Empire, The Romanovs. Peasants: made of 80% of the population of Russia and only a few owned their own land. No knowledge of advanced farming tools and techniques so everything was done by hand.It was very difficult for farmers to make money or produce enough food to feed their families. Proletariats: They are the working class who used to be peasants after leaving the countryside to the cities. The pay was low and hours were long, the factory work were often dangerous and dirty. Younger children also worked in factories and barely see the sun. Many people who could not afford housing, slept beside the machineries. Russian workers did not have rights. Bourgeoisie: They were the people who brought up industries and changing the way people worked and lived. Bourgeoisie were the essential of Russian economic developments. They supported governments like the US, England, and France. They also believed that they can create a society that is based on freedoms and democracy. Russian Culture:Russians were mostly Orthodox Christian and followed books that Roman Catholic removed. The Tsar was the head of the Orthodox Church. The Orthodox Church was very influential on Russian people especially among the peasants.Tsars/Romanovs:The Russian Empire in the early 1900s were expanding but was ineffective due to Tsar Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra. Grigori Rasputin had an influence on the Tsars political decisions. Nicholas II became the Tsar after his father, Alexander IIIs death in 1894, he seemed the ideal Tsar but couldnt make well decisions. He was not very interested in what problems the people had or the affairs of the government. Nicholas II wed Princess Alexandra who was the granddaughter of Queen Victoria, she spoke no Russian. Nicholas and Alexandra had four daughters and one son
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