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Why were the serfs peasants unhappy with Tsar Nicholas II?

Why were the serfs peasants unhappy with Tsar Nicholas II?

1- Tsar Nicholas II and his family lived a life of luxury other’s didn’t. 2- There was feudalism, the peasants of Russia( which were the largest in populations) had no say in how the government was run. 3- Heavy taxes on peasants. 4- Difficult lives of peasants, little food, hard work for noble men.

Why do you think Czar Nicholas and his family were killed?

World War I catastrophes and Rasputin’s reputation erode Nicholas’ public support. Nicholas’ son, the crown prince, Alexei, was born with hemophilia. But the family kept his disease, which would cause him to bleed to death from a slight cut, a secret.

When did Tsar Nicholas II and his family get executed?

July 17, 2018 04:24 GMT. After Tsar Nicholas II and his family were executed by Bolshevik revolutionaries early on the morning of July 17, 1918, a collection of the royal family’s personal photographs was smuggled out of Russia.

Who are the Tsars of Russia before the killings?

I know nothing of the business of ruling.” 3 Tsar Nicholas II and his son, Aleksei, near St. Petersburg. The young heir suffered from hemophilia, a genetic disorder that prevents blood from clotting. 4 Anna Vyrubova (right) wading at the beach with Grand Duchesses Tatyana and Olga.

Why was the Czar Nicholas family in the basement?

Czar Nicholas and his family waited patiently in the basement. For much of 1918, the Romanov family had been the captives of the Bolsheviks who overthrew Nicholas II in the bloody Russian Revolution, and they were used to moving from place to place.

What was the cause of death of Czar Nicholas?

World War I catastrophes and Rasputin’s reputation erode Nicholas’ public support. Nicholas’ son, the crown prince, Alexei, was born with hemophilia. But the family kept his disease, which would cause him to bleed to death from a slight cut, a secret.