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  3. Alexander I of Russia - Wikipedia

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    Alexander was born at 10:45, on 23 December 1777 in Saint Petersburg, and he and his younger brother Constantine were raised by their grandmother, Catherine. He was baptized on 31 December in Grand Church of the Winter Palace by mitred archpriest Ioann Ioannovich Panfilov (confessor of Empress Catherine II), his godmother was Catherine the Great and his godfathers were Joseph II, Holy Roman ...

  4. Alexander III of Russia - Wikipedia

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    Alexander III (Russian: Алекса́ндр III Алекса́ндрович, tr. Aleksandr III Aleksandrovich; 10 March 1845 – 1 November 1894) was Emperor of Russia, King of Congress Poland and Grand Duke of Finland from 13 March 1881 until his death in 1894.

  5. Alexander II | emperor of Russia | Britannica

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    Alexander II, Russian in full Aleksandr Nikolayevich, (born April 29 [April 17, Old Style], 1818, Moscow, Russia—died March 13 [March 1], 1881, St. Petersburg), emperor of Russia (1855–81). His liberal education and distress at the outcome of the Crimean War, which had demonstrated Russia’s backwardness, inspired him toward a great program of domestic reforms, the most important being ...

  6. Alexander III | Biography, Reign, & Parents | Britannica

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    Alexander III, Russian in full Aleksandr Aleksandrovich, (born March 10 [February 26, Old Style], 1845, St. Petersburg, Russia—died November 1 [October 20, Old Style], 1894, Livadiya, Crimea), emperor of Russia from 1881 to 1894, opponent of representative government, and supporter of Russian nationalism. He adopted programs, based on the concepts of Orthodoxy, autocracy, and narodnost (a ...

  7. Russia: Putin ally Alexander Dugin's daughter killed in car ...

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    The daughter of Alexander Dugin, a far-right Russian nationalist who helped shape the Kremlin’s narrative about Ukraine, was killed Saturday when the car she was driving exploded near Moscow ...

  8. Russia Releases U.S. Citizens Alexander Drueke and Andy Huynh ...

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    LONDON (Reuters) -Russia has released U.S. citizens Alexander Drueke, 39, and Andy Huynh, 27, in a prisoner exchange brokered by Saudi Arabia, a family representative told Reuters on Wednesday.

  9. What killing of Alexander Dugin’s daughter means for Russia ...

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    Daria Dugina, daughter of Russian politologist Alexander Dugin, is pictured in the Tsargrad TV studio in Moscow, Russia, in this undated handout image obtained by Reuters on August 21, 2022.

  10. Who is Darya Dugina? Daughter of Putin's ally Alexander Dugin ...

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    The daughter of a pro-Kremlin ideologue, Alexander Dugin, dubbed as “Putin’s brain” was killed in a car explosion on Saturday, August 20. According to Russian media reports, the incident occurred on Saturday evening on the outskirts of the national capital, Moscow, when the far-right ideologue’s daughter, Darya Dugina, was driving a car owned by Dugin.

  11. Russia arrests hypersonic missile scientist Alexander ...

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    Notably, Alexander Shiplyuk is an acclaimed scientist in Russia who has a specialization in high-speed aero gas dynamics and experimental research of gas flows. Earlier a top Russian scientist, who had stage four pancreatic cancer, died merely two days after he was arrested on charges of spying for China.

  12. Ukraine killed Putin key ally Alexander Dugin's daughter ...

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    In response, Azov said the woman had never been a member of the unit and accused Russia of concocting a lie. ALSO READ| Daughter of Ukraine war mastermind Alexander Dugin dies in Moscow car explosion. The FSB said the woman had arrived in Russia in July and spent a month preparing the attack. She had fled to Estonia afterwards, it said.