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  • [13] The title Tsar, or Czar, is supposed to be a contraction of the word

    Early European History

  • Austria-Hungary in 1908, and the declaration of independence and assumption of the title Tsar by the ruler of Bulgaria, since they were the price to be paid by the revolutionaries for a success largely made in

    The Balkans A History of Bulgaria—Serbia—Greece—Rumania—Turkey

  • [356] The title Tsar, or Czar, was formerly supposed to be connected with Cæsar (German, _Kaiser_), i.e., emperor, but this appears to have been a mistake.

    An Introduction to the History of Western Europe

  • He serenades me on the violin at 6 a.m. and 11 p.m. and at 7 a.m. He sent me a bouquet and a basket of fruit, and a letter of about six pages long to tell me that the Tsar is a great man, that he (the general) has bled for his country, and that if I will marry him – "Que je serai dans ses bras" (what a temptation!) "et qu'il me fera la déesse du pays."

    The Romance of Isabel, Lady Burton

  • Vladyko Theodore Grrew Up in Tsar Nicholas Palace Old Russia

    Radovan Karadzic's website and blog

  • I am quitting my job now to ready myself for a new life in Tsar Duss’ Escalade entourage (shotgun).

    Wonk Room » Obama’s True History Of The Cold War

  • As the old Russian fable had it, the Tsar was a saintly man, and the injustices suffered daily by the mouzhiks, whose lot was starvation and the knout, were taking place only because his evil advisors were failing to keep him informed.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • There really was a Russian nuclear device called The Tsar Bomba "King of Bombs" and the idea of terrorists obtaining nuclear material from a crashed USAAF bomber in Canada was told in such a way that it seemed plausible, as is the method they used to obtain the designs for the bomb.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Her city populations may be as capable of Democracy as our own (it is, alas! not saying much); but the overwhelming mass of peasants to whom the Tsar is a personal God will for a long time to come make his bureaucracy irresistible.

    New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1 From the Beginning to March, 1915 With Index

  • They are fast losing the authority they once had over the serfs, when they formed part of the great political system, of which the Tsar was the religious and political head.

    Russia As Seen and Described by Famous Writers

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