"Czar Alexander III", "Romanov royal monarchy",

'Czar Alexander III', 'Romanov royal monarchy', - Royal Family of Russia
Czar Alexander III of Russia was the emperor who declared that all the rights and privileges granted by Queen Catherine the Great of Russia in 1763 for the benefit of the German-Russians were repealed and were taken away from the existing German families living in Russia. Catherine had made this declaration to be "forever". Along comes Czar Alexander declaring that these "rights and privileges of forever" had come to an end. So all the males among the Germans were conscripted to enter the army of the Czar, plus this included all the other privileges as well. Alexander III was the father of Czar Nicholas II.
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