Nicholas firmly believed in the same traits as his father, Tsar Alexander III. After the sudden death of his father in 1894, Nicholas II was crowned Tsar of Russia, and left to rule without any knowledge and training of leadership skills. The state of Russia’s economy and military was in the fate of Nicholas II. As he was unprepared for the new and challenging role to govern the extensive Russian empire. Nicholas II complained to his brother-in-law stating that, ‘I am not prepared to be a Tsar.
Ivan the Terrible was the fist tsar of Russia whoes reign, one of the longest of the Russian tzars, transformed the medivial nation state into a Russian Empire .In order to understand what made Ivan the Terrible ruthless and feared, it is important to know his background. Ivan IV Vasilyevich was born on August 25, 1530 in Kolomenskoye, Moscow, Russia. His father died at age 3 from a blood infection, but on his death bead requested that Ivan become the ruler of Russia when he turned 15. After his father died, the boyars took over and paid no attention to Ivan, denying is right to the thrown. Boyars were the highest ranked members in the upper class of medieval Russia, second only to the prince.
Instead he used it to get rid of two of his opponents - Zinoviev and Kamenev. Stalin, eventually, came into power after the death of Lenin. He wasn't a first choice as leader of Russia, but Stalin fought his way to the top by getting rid of the opposition. Prior to Stalin's reign over Russia, the economy of the country wasn't good. Going back to when there still was a tsar, Tsar Nicholas II, in 1894, was the start of the major problems.
Rumors have it that Ignaty either fled the village, or was sent to internal northern exile. 1931, Ignaty's grandson, Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin, was born in Butka. Soon afterwards Boris's family moved to the city of Kazan, where his father, Nikola, worked at a construction site of a machine-building factory. On May 23, 1934, Nikola Yeltsin was convicted of anti-socialist agitation. He served three years in Stalin' infamous labor camps of GULAG.
When he was old enough, he graduated from West Point and spends 20 years in the army and reaching lieutenant colonel. He was the military aid when his father was president and served him. During this time he became famous as a military historian During WWII, his career made it really hard, as the Eisenhowers separated for about three years, only meeting for a short period at a time. After being apart for a year and a half they finally met... ... middle of paper ... ...y got into a war all of them got into the same war. Shortly after America got into the Korean War.
Peter the Great pushed Russia to be the power it is now. Peter was born in June 9, 1672, in Moscow, the only son of Czar Alexis and Natalia Narishkina. Peter was not yet four years old when his father died ("Peter the Great." PDF file). Since Alexis also had thirteen children with his first wife, there were many lengthy and sometimes violent struggles over the succession to the throne.
He went on a 34 man entourage traveled to Western Europe for a six month tour it was the fist time a Japanese crown prince had gone abroad. Japan hirohito became regent for his chronically ill father and assumed the emperor. September 1923 a earthquake hit t... ... middle of paper ... ...vidual meetings with senior government officials to consider the process of the war and all of the milltary powers. But the ex prime minister Fumimaro konoe advised to prosper in the war. Konoe feared a communist revolution even more than defeat in war and argued about a negotiated surrender.
Rasputin was able to influence decisions that Tsarina made angering many citizens and politicians in the Duma. In a last ditch effort to save the Empire Nicholas II failed to act and as a result he payed with his life along with his family. Although, brutal the Russian Revolution was it was needed for the nation of Russia to advance itself in the world.
After many years of upset in Russia due to World War I, Vladimir took a chance that would on come around once. Lenin grabbed the Russian government by the heart when they were in ... ... middle of paper ... ... 54. (O’Connell 4) In Conclusion, Vladimir Lenin was a ruthless, self-centered, ignorant man. He cared about the success of himself and himself only.
When Ramses was a child he experienced several tragic and important events within his life. The first event was when his grandfather became crowned Pharaoh. His grandfather died two years later making his father to be crowned Pharaoh. Ramses than became “First commander of the Army” (1) at age 10 by his father. Ramses was trained by his father and by the many generals on how to command an army.