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  1. 28/04/2022 · catherine the great, russian yekaterina velikaya, also called catherine ii, russian in full yekaterina alekseyevna, original name sophie friederike auguste, prinzessin von anhalt-zerbst, (born april 21 [may 2, new style], 1729, stettin, prussia [now szczecin, poland]—died november 6 [november 17], 1796, tsarskoye selo [now pushkin], near st. …

  2. 29/04/2022 · Peter Ernst I von Mansfeld-Vorderort, Stadtholder (1545–1552, 1559–1604) Philip of Cro -Ligne, Stadtholder (1654–1675) John Charles de Landas, acting Stadtholder (1675–late 17th century) Ernst of Cro -Ligne, Stadtholder (late 17th century) Henry de Lambert, Stadtholder (1684–1688) County of Namur ( complete list) –.

  3. 19/04/2022 · Albrecht II Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst was born 1301 in Zerbst, Anhalt, Prussia, Germany, and died 17 Jul 1362 in Coswig, Anhalt, Prussia, Germany. He was buried 17 Jul 1362 in Kloster Coswig, Anhalt, Prussia, Germany. He was the son of Albrecht I Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst-Dessau-Kothen and Agnes Princess of Brandenburg.

  4. 26/04/2022 · Original name: Sophie Fredericke Auguste von Anhalt-Zerbst, the daughter of a minor German Prince. She continued the process of Westernization begun by Peter I. Her marriage was unhappy, but she built up a circle of supporters. 10 men occupied roles of lovers and favorites during her reign. Two were Grigory Orlov and Grigory Potenkin.

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    Paul was born in the Palace of Elizabeth of Russia, Saint Petersburg. His father, the future Emperor Peter III, was the nephew and heir apparent of the Empress. The last edition of Catherine's memoirs explained that Peter III was certainly Paul's father after all and why. She lied when hints about another father were written in the first edition, p...

    Empress Elizabeth died in 1762, when Paul was 8 years old, and he became crown prince with the accession of his father to the throne as Peter III. However, within a matter of months, Paul's mother engineered a coup and not only deposed her husband but, for a long time, was believed to have had him killed by her supporters. It was later found that P...

    Catherine suffered a stroke on 17 November 1796, and died without regaining consciousness. Paul's first act as Emperor was to inquire about and, if possible, destroy her testament, as he feared it would exclude him from succession and leave the throne to Alexander. These fears may have contributed to Paul's promulgation of the Pauline Laws, which e...

    Emperor Paul was idealistic and capable of great generosity, but he was also mercurial and capable of vindictiveness. In spite of doubts of his legitimacy, he greatly resembled his father, Peter III, and other Romanovs as well and shared the same character. During the first year of his reign, Paul emphatically reversed many of his mother's policies...

    Paul's early foreign policy can largely be seen as reactions against his mother's. In foreign policy, this meant that he opposed the many expansionary wars she fought and instead preferred to pursue a more peaceful, diplomatic path. Immediately upon taking the throne, he recalled all troops outside Russian borders, including the struggling expediti...

    Paul's premonitions of assassination were well founded. His attempts to force the nobility to adopt a code of chivalry alienated many of his trusted advisors. The Emperor also discovered outrageous machinations and corruption in the Russian treasury. As he had revoked Catherine's decree allowing corporal punishment of the free classes, and directed...

    There is some evidence that Paul I was venerated as a saint among the Russian Orthodox populace,even though he was never officially canonized by any of the Orthodox Churches.

    Paul's letters to his first mother-in-law, Countess Palatine Caroline of Zweibrücken, (together with letters from his first wife to her mother) are preserved in the Hessian State Archive (Hessisches Staatsarchiv Darmstadt) in Darmstadt, Germany. In addition, Paul's letters to his first father-in-law, Louis IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt, (togethe...

    Paul and Sophie had ten children; eight survived to adulthood (and from whom can be traced 19 grandchildren):

  5. 13/05/2022 · Yekaterina Alexeevna or Catherine II, also known as Catherine the Great (Russian: Екатерина II Великая, Yekaterina II Velikaya; 2 May [O.S. 21 April] 1729 – 17 November [O.S. 6 November] 1796), was the most renowned and the longest-ruling female leader of Russia, reigning from 9 July [O.S. 28 June] 1762 until her death in 1796 at the age of 67.

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