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Unformatted text preview: RUSSIAN ABSOLUTISM SERFS NOBILITY 1714 (LAW OF INHERETANCE) 1722 (TABLE OF RANKS) 1722 (LAW OF SUCCESSION ) INTERREGNUM (172562) THE ROMANOVS IVAN V Eudoxia – PETER I – CATHERINE I (1682-96) (1682-1725) (1725-27) ___________________________________________ ANNE & Catherine Alexis, Anne & ELIZABETH (1730-40) (1741-61) ___________________________________________ Anne PETER II PETER III (1727-30) (1761-62) ___________________________________________ IVAN VI (1740-41) FROM PETER I TO CATHERINE II FROM _ _ _ _ _ CATHERINE I PETER II _ _ _ ANNE CATHERINE I (1725-27) ALEXANDER MENSHIKOV PETER II (1727-30) ANNE (1730-40) ERNST-JOHANN BIRON, DUKE OF COURLAND BIRONOVSHCHINA (BIRONISM) REVOCATION OF A LAW OF INHERETANCE (1731) COMPULSORY SERVICE WAS LIMITED TO 25 YEARS (1736) FROM PETER I TO CATHERINE II • • • • • • • • IVAN VI, ANNE’S GRANDNEPHEW (born February 2, 1740, reigned October 17, 1740 – November 25, 1741) ELIZABETH I (1741 – December 25, 1761) GENTRY’S EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO OWN SERFS (1746) THE SEVEN YEARS’ WAR (175663) MARIA THERESA OF AUSTRIA (1740-80) FREDERICK II THE GREAT OF PRUSSIA (1740-86) “WWI” (RUSSIA, AUSTRIA, FRANCE, SPAIN, SAXONY, AND SWEDEN VS. PRUSSIA, BRITAIN, AND PORTUGAL) CAPTURE OF BERLIN CATHERINE THE GREAT (April 21, CATHERINE 1729 – November 6, 1796) • • • • • • • • • • SOPHIA-AUGUSTA-FREDERICK MARRIAGE (1745) PETER III (1761 – 62) GREGORY ORLOV ALEXIS ORLOV February 18, 1762 (COMPLUSORY GENTRY SERVICE ABOLISHED) SECULARIZATION OF CHURCH LANDS PEACE WITH PRUSSIA (April 13, 1762) COUP (JUNE 28, 1762) ASSASSINATION OF PETER (JULY 6, 1762) CATHERINE’S REFORMS CATHERINE ENLIGHTENED ABSOLUTISM ENLIGHTENED MONTESQUIEU (1689-1755) MONTESQUIEU SPIRIT OF THE LAWS (1748) SPIRIT (1748) VOLTAIRE (1694-1778) VOLTAIRE MARKET OF FREE LABOR MARKET (1762) 400 THOUSAND WAGE 400 LABORERS (1.1 PER CENT) SECULARIZATION OF CHURCH SECULARIZATION OF CHURCH LANDS (1764) ONE MILLION SERFS ONE THE LAGISLATIVE THE COMMISSION (1767-68) NAKAZ OR INSTRUCTION (1767) NAKAZ OR INSTRUCTION (1767) CATHERINE’S REFORMS CATHERINE THE CHARTER OF THE THE NOBILITY (1785) FREED FROM COMPLUSORY FREED SERVICE EXEMPT FROM TAXATION EXEMPT EXEMPT FROM CORPORAL EXEMPT PUNISHMENT COULD CONTROL ECONOMIC COULD GAINS OF THEIR SERFS WOULD TRY IN GENTRY WOULD COURTS COULD ORGANIZE GENTRY COULD ASSEMBLIES PUGACHEV’S PUGACHEV REBELLION (1773-75) WAGE LABORERS WAGE EXTENTION OF SERFDOM TO EXTENTION THE UKRAINE (1775-83) CATHERINE’S WARS CATHERINE THE TURKISH WARS THE (1768-74; 1787-91) THE PARTITION OF THE OF POLAND (1772, 1793, 1795) ALEXANDER SUVOROV ALEXANDER MICHAEL KUTUZOV MICHAEL KUTUZOV GREGORY AND ALEXIS GREGORY ORLOVS GREGORY POTEMKIN GREGORY STANISLAW STANISLAW PONIATOWSKY ...
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