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Analyse the key aspects Tsar Nicholas II played until the collapse of the Romanovs
Tsar Nicholas II was appointed to the throne in 1894. Many among the huge crowds that lined the streets for the celebration of his coronation saw him as their "little father." He believed that God had appointed Nicholas to rule an empire covering about one-sixth of the earth's land area.
Although well intentioned, Nicholas was a weak ruler and out of touch with his people. He was easily dominated by others (His wife and Ministers) and a firm believer in the autocratic principles, as was his father before him.
Failing to listen to his subjects was an example of his weakness as a ruler. When…
- Analyse the key aspects Tsar Nicholas II played until the collapse of the Romanovs
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