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Alexander II Tsar, 1818 - 1881, Russia, Russia

The man who succeed his father Nicholas I, who saw the Decembrist Revolt and Crimean War. Alexander is not a liberal, but he was responsible for the Emancipation Proclamation in 1961, two years earlier than the one signed by Abraham Lincoln in America. He was also the emperor of Finland and Poland.
Alexander, , Tsar
Alternative Name: Alexander the Liberator
People type: political leader
Achievement: Emancipation Proclamation to free slaves (serfs)
Ended Crimean war
Russian Empire| | Crimean War| Franco-Prussian WarNicholas I of Russia, Charlotte of Prussia
Alexander III
Related to person: Alexander I of Russia
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