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Question 1: Since about the same time a process of rigorous ________ was being carried out in the same provinces, in all departments of administration, in the higher schools and in the university of Dorpat, the name of which was altered to Yuriev.
UkrainizationGermanisationPolonizationRussification

Question 2: But the revolt was easily crushed, leading Nicholas to turn away from the modernization program begun by Peter the Great and champion the doctrine of ________.
Orthodoxy, Autocracy, and NationalityRussiaNikolai GogolSlavophile

Question 3:
What is the capital of Russian Empire?
Saint Peter Port
Saint Louis
Saint-Denis, Ru00E9union
Saint Petersburg/Petrograd

Question 4: Failure of the Russian armed forces in the ________ (1904–1905) was a major blow to the Tsarist regime and increased the potential for unrest.
Scramble for AfricaBoxer RebellionRusso-Japanese WarFirst Sino-Japanese War

Question 5:
Russian Empire, Mexico and Bulgaria are all:
Russian Empire 1917 disestablishments Former monarchies Former empires

Question 6:
Russian Empire, Russian Provisional Government and Grand Duchy of Finland are all:
1917 disestablishments Former kingdoms Russian Empire Former Slavic countries

Question 7:
What is the native name for Russian Empire
Rossiyskaya Imperiya
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Lakkampatti
Bloc identitaire

Question 8: Following the Swedish defeat in the Finnish War and the signing of the Treaty of Fredrikshamn on September 17, 1809, ________ was incorporated into the Russian Empire as an autonomous grand duchy.
FinlandGermanyEstoniaSweden

Question 9:
What religion does Russian Empire adhere to?
Eastern Orthodox christian
State Church: Russian Orthodox
Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church, later Atheist
Dutch Reformed Church : moderate Orthodox

Question 10: A growing humanitarian movement, which in later years has been likened to that of the abolitionists in the United States before the ________, attacked serfdom.
Bleeding KansasAmerican Civil WarTennesseeUnion (American Civil War)
















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