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Russia

  • Frederick Martin
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Alexander II., Emperor of Russia, born April 17 (April 29 new style), 1818, the eldest son of Emperor Nicholas I. and of Princess Charlotte of Prussia; educated, under the supervision of his father, by General Moerder, a learned German, and the Russian poet Joulcowski; entered the army, 1831; nominated colonel in the regiment of grenadiers, 1835; chancellor of the university of Helsingfors, Finland, 1837; travelled in Germany, 1810–41; superintendent of the military schools of the empire, 1849; appointed to a command in the Caucasian army, 1850. Succeeded to the throne, at the death of his father, February 18 (March 2), 1855; crowned at Moscow, August 20 (September 7), 1850. Married, April 10 (April 28), 1841, to

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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Russia

1. Officiai. Publications

  1. Materials for a Statistik of the Empire of Russia. Published, under the sanction of His Majesty, by the Statistical Department of the Ministry of the Interior (Russian). 8. St. Petersburg, 1863–06.Google Scholar
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2. Non-Official Publications

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