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Roushie Empire
Россійская Имперія  (Pre-reformed Russian)
Российская империя  (RussianCyrillic)
Rossiyskaya imperiya  (transliteration)

1721–1917
Flag Coat o airms
Motto
"S nami Bog!"
Съ нами Богъ!
"God is with us!"
Anthem
none
Aw territories that war ever pairt o the Roushie Empire or in its sphere o influence.
  Territory[a]
  Spheres o influence
Caipital St. Petersburg (main caipital), Moscow
Leids Offeecial
Roushie
Releegion Offeecial
Roushie Orthodox
Government Absolute monarchy (1721–1906)
Constitutional monarchy (1906–1917)
Emperor
 -  1721–1725 (first) Peter I
 -  1894–1917 (last) Nicholas II
 -  1905–1906 (first) Sergei Witte
 -  1917 (last) Nikolai Golitsyn
Legislatur
Emperor exercises legislative
pouer in conjunction wi the
State Cooncil an State Duma[1]
 -  Upper hoose State Cooncil
 -  Lawer hoose State Duma
History
 -  Accession o Peter I 7 May [O.S. 27 Apr] 1682[c]
 -  Empire proclaimed 22 Oct [O.S. 11 Oct] 1721
 -  Decembrist revolt 26 Dec [O.S. 14 Dec] 1825
 -  Feudalism abolished 3 Mar [O.S. 19 Feb] 1861
 -  1905 Revolution Jan–Dec 1905
 -  Constitution adoptit 6 May [O.S. 23 Apr] 1906
 -  Februar Revolution 15 Mar [O.S. 2 Mar] 1917
 -  October Revolution 7 Nov [O.S. 25 Oct] 1917
Aurie
 -  1866 22,800,000 km² (8,803,129 sq mi)
 -  1916 21,799,825 km² (8,416,959 sq mi)
Population
 -  1916 est. 181,537,800 
Siller Ruble
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Tsardom o Roushie
Roushie Republic
Ober Ost
Karafuto Prefectur
Department o Alaska
Northren Caucasus
State o
Buryat-Mongolie
The day pairt o

The Roushie Empire (Pre-reform Roushie orthografie: Россійская Имперія, Modren Roushie: Российская империя, translit: Rossiyskaya Imperiya) wis a state that existit frae 1721 till owerthrown bi the short-lived leeberal Februar Revolution in 1917.[2]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "The Sovereign Emperor exercises legislative power in conjunction with the State Council and State Duma". Fundamental laws, art. 7
  2. . Swain says, "The first government to be formed after the February Revolution of 1917 had, with one exception, been composed of liberals." Geoffrey Swain (2014). Trotsky and the Russian Revolution. Routledge. p. 15. ; also see Alexander Rabinowitch (2008). The Bolsheviks in Power: The First Year of Soviet Rule in Petrograd. Indiana UP. p. 1.