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Emperor of Russia Nicholas I Pavlovich Romanov

Russian: Император Всероссийский Николай I Павлович Романов, Latin: Augustissimus Imperator totius Rossia Nicolaus I, Dutch: Nicolaas Pavlovitsj Romanov
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Birthplace: Царское Село, Империя Россия
Death: February 18, 1855 (58)
Зимний дворец (Winter Palace), Санкт-Петербург (Saint Petersburg), Российская Империя (Russia) (pneumonia)
Place of Burial: Санкт-Петербург (Saint Petersburg)
Immediate Family:

Son of Emperor of All the Russias Paul I Petrovich Romanov-Holstein-Gottorp and Empress consort of All the Russias Maria (Sophie Dorothea) Feodorovna Romanova
Husband of Alexandra Feodorovna (Charlotte of Prussia)
Partner of Ekaterina Petrovna Princess Trubetskaya and Anna Maria Charlotta Rutensköld
Father of Joséphine Yuzia de Koberwein; Emperor of Russia, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Finland Alexander II Nicolaevich Romanov; Maria (VERY DOUBT ANCESTRY! NO SOURCE!) Stecher; Maria Nikolaievna, Duchess of Leuchtenberg; First Unnamed Romanov of Russia Daughter and 8 others
Brother of Aleksander I Pavlovich Romanov, Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias; Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich Romanov of Russia; Палатина Венгерская Alexandra Pavlovna von Romanov-Russia, Grand Duchess, Erzherzogin zu Österreich Palatinissa von Ungarn; Elena Pavlovna Erbgroßherzogin von Mecklenburg-Schwerin; Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia and 5 others
Half brother of Семен Афанасьевич Великий; Marfa Pavlovna Musina-Yurieva and Romanow-Holstein-Gottorp

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About Emperor of Russia Nicholas I Pavlovich Romanov

Predecessor: Alexander I Successor: Alexander II


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{geni:about_me} Император Всероссийский с 1825 по 1855 год, Царь Польский, Великий Князь Финляндский.

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Nicholas I (1796-1855), emperor of Russia (1825-55), third son of Emperor Paul I (1754-1801), born in Tsarskoye Selo (now Pushkin). On the death of his eldest brother, Emperor Alexander I, Nicholas came to the throne after suppressing the Decembrist revolt, staged by reform-minded army officers who favored the accession of his brother Constantine. His domestic policy was autocratic and his foreign policy aggressive. He introduced military discipline into the civil service, tried to prevent the spread of revolutionary ideas by rigid censorship and strict state control of universities, and sought to promote the Russian language and religion among his non-Russian subjects. He waged war successfully against Iran (1826-28) and Turkey (1828-29). During 1830-31 Nicholas crushed Polish revolts against Russian authority and abolished the Polish constitution. In 1849 he aided Austria in the suppression of uprisings in Hungary. His schemes to add more Turkish territory to his domain alarmed the Western European powers and led to the Russian defeat in the Crimean War.

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OR "NIKOLAI"; TSAR OF RUSSIA 1825-1855

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On death of his older brother, Nicholas came to the throne after suppressing the Decembrist revolt, staged by reform-minded army officers who favored the accession of his brother Constantine. His domestic policy was autocratic and his foreign policy agressive. His designs upon Constantinople provoked war with Turkey (1853) into which other European powers were drawn (the Crimean War, 1854-1856). He succeeded brother Alexander I in 1825.

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On death of his older brother, Nicholas came to the throne after suppressing the Decembrist revolt, staged by reform-minded army officers who favored the accession of his brother Constantine. His domestic policy was autocratic and his foreign policy agressive. His designs upon Constantinople provoked war with Turkey (1853) into which other European powers were drawn (the Crimean War, 1854-1856). He succeeded brother Alexander I in 1825.

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Czar Nikolai I of the Russias was also titled as the Viceroy of the Caucasus. He reigned from 1825 to 1855. Heir to the throne after Emperor Alexander I was the elder brother Konstantin Pavlovich who renounced any rights to the succession in 1822. In the secret manifest of 28 August 1823 Alexander I re-adjusted the succession in favor of Nikolai Pavlovich.

Czar Nikolai I of the Russias was also titled as the Viceroy of the Caucasus. He reigned from 1825 to 1855. Heir to the throne after Emperor Alexander I was the elder brother Konstantin Pavlovich who renounced any rights to the succession in 1822. In the secret manifest of 28 August 1823 Alexander I re-adjusted the succession in favor of Nikolai Pavlovich.

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On death of his older brother, Nicholas came to the throne after suppressing the Decembrist revolt, staged by reform-minded army officers who favored the accession of his brother Constantine. His domestic policy was autocratic and his foreign policy agressive. His designs upon Constantinople provoked war with Turkey (1853) into which other European powers were drawn (the Crimean War, 1854-1856). He succeeded brother Alexander I in 1825.

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On death of his older brother, Nicholas came to the throne after suppressing the Decembrist revolt, staged by reform-minded army officers who favored the accession of his brother Constantine. His domestic policy was autocratic and his foreign policy agressive. His designs upon Constantinople provoked war with Turkey (1853) into which other European powers were drawn (the Crimean War, 1854-1856). He succeeded brother Alexander I in 1825.

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Known as: "The Iron Tsar"; Reign: 26 Dec 1825 to 1855.

Об Императоре Всероссийском Николае I Павловиче Романове (русский)

Николай I Павлович Император Всероссийский с 1825 по 1855 год, Царь Польский (единственный коронованный польский монарх из числа Всероссийских императоров), Великий Князь Финляндский.

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Emperor of Russia Nicholas I Pavlovich Romanov's Timeline

1796
June 25, 1796
Царское Село, Империя Россия
July 6, 1796
Царское Село
July 6, 1796
- December 1, 1825
Saint Petersburg, gorod Sankt-Peterburg, Saint Petersburg, Russia (Russian Federation)
1818
April 29, 1818
Москва, Империя Россия
May 1818
St.Peterburg, Russian Federation
1819
August 6, 1819
Pavlovsk, Saint Petersburg, Russia
1820
July 22, 1820
Moscow, Moscow, RUS
1822
September 11, 1822
St. Petersburg, Russia (Russian Federation)
1823
October 11, 1823
Moscow, Moscow, RUS