Catherine the Great was the Russian ruler who was admired by the philosophes during the revolution. She reigned from 1762 to 1796.
i was the ruler of the russian revolution
Nickolas Romanov II was that ruler.
A Russian ruler was called a Tsar or Czar, depending on your preferred spelling.
Tsar Nicholas Romanov II was the Russian ruler in 1906 and continued as such until he abdicated the throne in March 1917.
The name was Nicholas II Romanov.
Commodus as a ruler and what he did during his reign
Catherine the Great
All pre 1917 Russian rulers were czars. It's the Russian term for 'king'.
Poland doesn't actually exist as a nation in ww1. It was created after the end of the war by the Peace treaties. The ruler of where the Poles lived then was the Czar of Russia, it was part of the Russian Empire.
the ruler of russia
President of the Russian Federation .
Joseph Stalin was the Russian ruler from the mid-1920's until he died in 1953. Under Stalin, the state controlled all aspects of Russian's life. Threats of labor camps deterred the people from breaking the rules. Stalin's aim was to create the perfect communist society.
The Russian ruler in 1914 was tsar Nicholas II of the Romanov family. He was the last Russian tsar, in 1918 he and his entire family were killed by the Bolsheiviks led by Vladimir Lenin.
Who was japan's ruler during the meiji era?
The ruler of what.