Alexander II of Russia
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Who is Alexander II of Russia?
Alexander II of Russia: Alexander II was the Emperor of Russia from 2 March 1855 until his assassination in 1881. He was also the King of Poland and the Grand Prince of Finland.
- also known as Alexander II, Alexander II The Liberator, Emperor Alexander II, Alexander Nikolaevich Romanov
- born on (197 years ago) in Moscow Kremlin, child of Nicholas I of Russia and Alexandra Feodorovna
- nationality: Russia
- religion: Russian Orthodox Church, Orthodox Christianity
- parent of
- Joseph Raboxicz
- Grand Duchess Alexandra Alexandrovna of Russia
- Nicholas Alexandrovich, Tsarevich of Russia
- Charlotte Henriette Sophie Jansen
- Alexander III of Russia
- Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich of Russia
- Michael-Bogdan Oginski
- Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich of Russia
- Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia
- Antoinette Bayer
- Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich of Russia
- Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich of Russia
- Prince George Alexandrovich Yuryevsky
- Olga Alexandrovna Yurievskaya
- Boris Alexandrovich Yurievsky
- Catherine Yurievskaya
- Constantine I of Kakheti
- died on (134 years ago) in Winter Palace of assassination, murder, regicide
- buried in Peter and Paul Cathedral
Alexander II of Russia a.k.a. Tsar Aleksandr II: Tsar Alexander II is the fictional representation of Alexander II of Russia.
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by Michael Newton
ALEXANDER II OF RUSSIA (1818–1881) Each Sunday without fail, Russian tsar Alexander II attended military roll call at the Mikhailovsky riding academy in St. Petersburg, accompanied by a large entourage. The traditional procession always traveled by ...
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DAYS (2009)
START THE DAY WITH HISTORY by Steven Carol
Tsar Alexander II of Russia was assassinated.
by Martin Griffiths
At around the same time, in Europe, Czar Alexander II of Russia sponsored an international conference to ban the use of lightweight bullets that exploded upon contact with human flesh. As a consequence, the 1868 Declaration of St Petersburg prohibited the use of these bullets.
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Statue of Czar Alexander II of Russia
In Senate Square.
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