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Czar Alexander I

Czar
Alexander
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is an acrostic for cai.

Definition of the noun czar alexander i

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noun

  1. the czar of Russia whose plans to liberalize the government of Russia were unrealized because of the wars with Napoleon (1777-1825)

Character

Czar Alexander I a.k.a. Tsar Alexander I is a fictional character in Leo Tolstoy's novel War and Peace and the 1972 television series War and Peace.

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Google previewEncyclopedia of Modern Christian Politics (2006)

Pecora, Giuseppe. Don Davide Albertario campione del giornalismo cattolico. Turin, Italy: SEI, 1934. Stefano Luconi AlexAnder i (1 –182 ). Czar Alexander I ruled the Russian Empire at a time of religious ferment and diplomatic instability.

Google previewChandler's encyclopedia. an epitome of universal knowledge ... (1898)

Named after Czar Alexander I. Alexlnatz, SERVIA. Scene of battles between Turks and Servians, Aug. and Sept. 1876. The town was captured by the Turks Oct. 31. Alexis, 392-280 B.C. Comic poet at Athens, generally assigned to the Middle ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Indian History (2007)

This boundary was moved in an edict by Czar Alexander I in 1821, to the fiftyfirst parallel with an offshore boundary of one 100 miles, into which foreign trade or trespass was forbidden. This infuriated the Americans and their British neighbors ...

Google previewThe Historical Encyclopedia of World Slavery (1997)

Czar Alexander I (r. 1801–1825) ceased the practice of distributing state peasants into private serfdom, allowed state peasants to buy land, and enacted a statute intended to encourage voluntary manumission. Nicholas I (r. 1825– 1855) ...

Google previewDictionary of Wars (2006)

An opportunity arose when a succession dispute occurred following the death of Czar Alexander I (1777–1825). Alexander's brother Constantine (1779–1831) had yielded his succession rights to his brother Nicholas (1796–1855); but without ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Prophecy (2001)

His relations with Czar Alexander I went through several phases. The czar fought against him for some years,but in 1807,they met and agreed to an alliance aimed at dominating and stabilizing Europe. The next year, they met again at Erfurt in ...

Google previewThe Catholic encyclopedia. an international work of reference on the constitution, doctrine, discipline, and history of the Catholic Church (1913)

... the rest of the grand-duchy, with Warsaw, as the autonomous Kingdom of Poland, came under Russian dominion. The new Kingdom of Poland (or Congress Poland) was taken by the Czar Alexander I, who had himself crowned as its king ...

Google previewAmericanized Encyclopaedia britannica. rev. and amended A dictionary of arts, sciences and literature, to which is added biographies of living subjects. 96 colored maps and numerous illustrations (1890)

The constitution dates from 1 772— 1 789, and is based besides upon the pledge of the czar Alexander I. in 1809, renewed by his successors, and upon the decree of the diet of date 1S69. The czar decides as to war and |>eace, and as to ...

Google previewKenning's Masonic Encyclopedia and Handbook of Masonic Archeology, History and Biography (2003)

About 1794 the Lodges seem to have suspended their sittings, and in 1 797 were forbidden to meet by the Czar Paul I. In 1808 the Czar Alexander I. gave permission for the Lodges to reassemble, under the direction of Privy Councillor Boeber ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of African American history, 1619-1895. from the colonial period to the age of Frederick Douglass (2006)

By 1822 Gardner had learned a trade so that she could earn even more money, and in 1823 she met Nero Prince, one of twenty “colored” men in the service of Czar Alexander I of Russia. They married the next year, on 15 February, and set ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Ottoman Empire (2009)

Perhaps a reason for the sudden popularity of the society in 1818 (in addition to moving the headquarters from Odessa to Istanbul, the Ottoman capital) was members' claim that Czar Alexander I himself was a member and was promising ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the War of 1812 (2004)

Strangely, it was Russia's war with France that produced the first serious attempt to resolve the Anglo-American conflict. Only a year after the beginning of the War of 1812, Czar Alexander I mounted an effort to end Great Britain's war with the ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica. a dictionary of arts, sciences, and general literature (1891)

The constitution dates from 1772-1789, and is based besides upon the pledge of the czar Alexander I. in 1809 (when Swedish Finland was annexed), renewed by his successors, and upon the decree of the diet of date 1869. The czar decides ...

Google previewMusic lovers' encyclopedia. containing a pronouncing and defining dictionary of terms, instruments, etc., including a key to the pronunciation of sixteen languages, many charts: an explanation of the construction of music for the uninitiated: a pronouncing biographical dictionary: the stories of the operas and numerous biographical and critical essays by distinguished authoritites (1919)

... Potemkin, who took him to St. Petersburg, where he became director of the court balls, and c. a war song which was for a long time the Russian national anthem; c. also requiem to the Polish King Stanislas, and the Czar Alexander I, etc.

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Library Histories (2001)

The Foundation Act governing the university was signed by Czar Alexander I on 12 December 1802 and guaranteed steady financing for the library. Karl Morgenstern, a graduate of Halle University in Germany and professor of classical ...

Google previewThe HarperCollins encyclopedia of Catholicism (1995)

A few conversions to Catholicism among the Westernized nobility occurred under Czar Alexander I (reigned 1801-25), but penal legislation against abandoning Orthodoxy for Catholicism hardened under Nicholas I (reigned 1825-55) and his ...

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