The Tsarist Russia History Quiz #3 - The Autocracy of Alexander II and Alexander III
With enlightenment came a greater call for change, but that was soon to be put down by repression. 10 Questions.
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Due to the number of reforms changing Russian society, some people attempted to assassinate the Tsar Alexander II between 1866 and 1880 - how many assassination attempts were there?
In 1881, through the Loris-Melikov Constitution the secret police was abolished and replaced by which special section?
Manifesto of Unshakable Autocracy
When did Tsar Alexander II sign the Loris-Melikov Constitution; as on the same day, the Tsar was killed by a bomb?
7th February, 1881
2nd March, 1881
13th March, 1881
18th March, 1881
Who was the successor of Tsar Alexander II; his reign began with the hanging of the conspirators involved in his father's assassination and the ''Manifesto of Unshakable Autocracy''?
Tsar Paul I
Tsar Peter III
Tsar Nicholas II
Tsar Alexander III
The special section of the Tsar's secret police, the Okhrana, had offices in St. Petersburg, Moscow and which other city?
Which body controlled the education system under Tsar Alexander III; Ivan Delyanov's changes to education included closing universities for women and abolishing separate university courts?
Due to Russification banning Polish and Belarusian languages to be taught and spoken in public - amongst others what secret Polish underground education network was formed?
While Tsar Alexander III's father (Tsar Alexander II) was known as the ''Great Reformer'', what nickname was attributed to Tsar Alexander III?
While the Polish, Belarusian and other ethnic groups in the Russian Empire were subject to Russification, which ethnic group was given a more lenient approach?
Although Tsar Alexander III was seen as highly conservative and oppressive, he did not fight in any major wars - by this, what was he styled as?
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