Nicholas I

  1. czar of Russia from 1825 to 1855 who led Russia into the Crimean War (1796-1855)
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How To Use Nicholas I In A Sentence

  • October 30, 1905, Tsar Nicholas II of Russia grants Russia's first constitution, creating a legislative assembly.
  • While Nicholas insists that the active, self-moving mind directs and integrates the joint operation of our knowing capacities, he also agrees that the mind has no innate ideas and that mental life has to be awakened or stimulated by direct contact with the perceptible world. Cusanus, Nicolaus [Nicolas of Cusa]
  • Later, Nicholas I similarly forbade the spread of serfdom to Siberia; any serf who could escape and settle in Siberia unapprehended became a state peasant.
  • Nicholas is rather out of his element now; he cannot see the kitchen as he used to in the old House; there, one window of his glass – case opened into the room, and then, for the edification and behoof of more juvenile questioners, he would stand for an hour together, answering deferential questions about Sheridan, and Percival, and Castlereagh, and Sketches by Boz
  • The closer analogue is the criminal ineptness of Tsar Nicholas II and his Generals in the Russo-Japanese War 1904-05. War in Lebanon
  • Nicholas is just a pawn, a puppet for Wilson and that is just a temporary situation until Wilson is ready to strike.
  • To learn from books was only possible for Nicholas if people were available to read to him.
  • The reformist state of Peter, Catherine, and - to a much lesser degree - Alexander I had ossified under Nicholas I into a rock-ribbed Restoration police-state.
  • There is a lovely example from 1924, of the pearl-draped niece of Czar Nicholas II. From the Shadows of Giants
  • For the brooch is an engagement present from Tsar Nicholas II, the last emperor of Russia, to then Princess Alix of Hesse who was to become his wife in 1894. Crowning Jewelry
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