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RUSSIA
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Grand Prince of Moscow
Ivan III
1462-1505
Also known as Ivan the Great. Helps free Russia from Mongol rule. Helps
Moscow to build a Russia Empire. Promotes centralized rule.
Vasily III
1505-1533
Ivan IV
1533-1547
First to take title of czar or tsar in Russia. Also known as Ivan the Terrible. Killed
his son in a fit of rage. Continues expansion and centralization of power. Known
for intelligence, devoutness, and mental instability. Killed threats to power, such
as Boyars.
Ivan IV
1547-1584
Same as above
Feodor I
1584-1598
Son of Ivan the Terrible. Died with no heir. Helps Ignites Time of Trouble
Conflict down the road.
House of Rurik
House of Godunov
Boris Godunov
1598-1605
Feodor II
1605-1605
Usurpers
False Dmitri I
1605-1606
House of Shuysky
Vasily IV
1606-1610
Time Of Troubles (1610-1613) Seven Boyars
House of Romanov
Michael I
1613-1645
Establishes Romanov dynasty after Boyars choose him as the tsar after Time of
Trouble Conflict.
Alexis I
1645-1676
Reaffirmed the tsar’s role as both political and religious leader in Russia.
Feodor III
1676-1682
Ivan V
1682-1689
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RUSSIA
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Peter I
1682-1725
Also known as Peter the Great. Harshly put down rebellions. Created a secret
police to help maintain order. Westernized Russia. Modeled military after west.
Built navy. Encouraged learning and education. Reshaped social norms among
the elite. Unsuccessful wars with the Ottoman Empire. Great Northern War (with
Sweeden). Gains access to Baltic Sea. Builds St. Petersburg and moves capitol.
Models capitol after west. Used selective westernization. Used tactics to
weaken Boyars. Censored Western Ideas that might threaten his power,
Enlightenment. No changes in labor, continued Serfdom.
Catherine I
1725-1727
Peter II
1727-1730
Anna
1730-1740
Ivan VI
1740-1741
Elizabeth
1741-1762
Peter III
1762-1762
Mentally Retarded. Hangs mice after one mouse ate part of his army men toys.
Possibly Murdered
Catherine II
1762-1796
German Princess Married to Peter III. Catherine instilled as regent and then
declared Empress. Selective Westernization. Patronized Arts, Architecture.
Courted favor with Boyars by giving them more power over their serfs. Ruled
with absolute power by putting down rebellions. Gained new lands in Crimea
and Poland.
Paul I
1796-1801
Alexander I
1801-1825
Nicholas I
1825-1855
Alexander II
1855-1881
Alexander III
1881-1894
Nicholas II
1894-1917
Russian Revolution (1917)
Provisional Government (Premiers)
Prince Geori Lvov
1917
Alexander Kerensky
1917
USSR(1922-1991)
Vladimir Lenin
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1917-1924
Ruled Russia as a Prime Minister before Official Creation of USSR.
RUSSIA
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Aleksei Rykov
1924-1930
Vyacheslav Molotov
1930-1941
Joseph Stalin
1941-1953
Georgi M. Malenkov
1953-1955
Nikolai A. Bulganin
1955-1958
Nikita S. Khrushchev 1958-1964
Leonid I. Brezhnev
1964-1982
Yuri V. Andropov
1982-1984
Konstantin Chernenko 1984-1985
Mikhail S. Gobachev 1985-1991
Presidents of Russian Federation (1991-Today)
Boris Yeltsin
1991-1999
Vladimir Putin
2000-2008
Dmitry Medvedev
2008-2012
Vladimir Putin (Again) 2012-Present
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RUSSIA
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RUSSIA
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