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Alexander Alexandrovich () ( 10 March 1845 – 1 November 1894 ), known historically as Alexander III or Alexander the Peacemaker reigned as Emperor of Russia from until his death on.
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Alexander Alexandrovich Romanov was born on 10 March 1845 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, the second son of Emperor Alexander II of Russia and his wife Maria Alexandrovna ( Marie of Hesse ).
Princess Dagmar and her ill-fated fiance Tsarevich Nicholas. The marriage of Princess Dagmar of Denmark to Grand Duke Alexander Alexandrovitch. The Anichkov Palace in 1862. The rise of Slavophile ideology in the Russian Empire led Alexander II of Russia to search for a bride for the heir apparent, Tsesarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich of Russia, in countries other than the German states that had traditionally provided consorts for the tsars.
Count Peter Alexandrovich ( 1761 – 1844 ) served under Suvorov in wars against Poland and Turkey, was made a general-adjutant in 1797, went as an ambassador to Paris in 1807 and tried to persuade Alexander I to prepare for the war against France, without much success though.
Alexander Alexandrovich Alekhine, PhD ( March 24, 1946 ) (, )< ref > When he became a French citizen, " Alekhine " became the correct way to spell his name in the Latin alphabet.
Bagration was born in 1765 to a Georgian prince of the Bagratid dynasty, Colonel Prince Ivan Alexandrovich Bagration ( 18 November 1730 – 9 October 1795 ), who was the eldest son of Alexander.
Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovich of Russia ( Mikhail Aleksandrovich Romanov ; ) ( 13 June 1918 ) was the youngest son of Emperor Alexander III of Russia.
After the collapse of the Autocracy ( see Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovich of Russia ), he developed close relations with the liberal Provisional Government led by Alexander Kerensky that formed after the February Revolution.
Though her mother and the headmistress of the Smolny Institute both urged her to seize the opportunity to better her circumstances and those of her family, Catherine and Alexander did not actually become intimate until July 1866, when she was moved by her pity for the Tsar after the death of his eldest son, Nicholas Alexandrovich, Tsarevich of Russia, and after an attempt to assassinate him.
Alexander Alexandrovich Kotov ( Алекса ́ ндр Алекса ́ ндрович Ко ́ тов ; – 8 January 1981 ) was a Soviet chess grandmaster and author.
After 1851, the Kremlin changed little until the Russian Revolution of 1917 ; the only new features added during this period were the Monument to Alexander II and a stone cross marking the spot where Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich of Russia was assassinated by Ivan Kalyayev in 1905.
Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich was born at Ilinskoe near Moscow, the second child and son of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich and a grandson of Alexander II of Russia ; thus, he was a first cousin of Nicholas II of Russia.
Alexander Alexandrovich Friedmann ( also spelled Friedman or Fridman, ) ( June 29 ( 17 old style ) by himself, June 16 ( 4 old style ) by J. O ' Conor in 1888, Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire – September 16, 1925, Leningrad, USSR ) was a Russian and Soviet physicist and mathematician.
His father was Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich, the third son of Tsar Alexander II and Maria Alexandrovna of Hesse.
She was equally watchful to attack Catherine's favorites, Grigori Alexandrovich Potemkin and Alexander Dmitriev-Mamonov.
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In On Fate Alexander denied three things-necessity (), the foreknowledge of fated events that was part of the Stoic identification of God and Nature, and determinism in the sense of a sequence of causes that was laid down beforehand () or predetermined by antecedents ().
Alexander () is a common male first name, and less common surname derived from the Greek " Αλέξανδρος " ( Aléxandros ).
Alexander Aetolus () was a Greek poet and grammarian, the only known representative of Aetolian poetry.
Alexandra () is the feminine form of the given name Alexander, which is a romanization of the Greek name Αλέξανδρος ( Alexandros ).
As noted by Monier-Williams in his Sanskrit-English dictionary, according to Alexander Cunningham, its shape represents a monogram formed by interlacing of the letters of the auspicious words su-astí () written in Ashokan characters.
A work On the Sacrifice at Illium () seems to have referred to the sacrifice which Alexander the Great performed at Illium.
According to the mythological Greek Alexander Romance, Queen Thalestris () of the Amazons brought 300 women to Alexander the Great, hoping to breed a race of children as strong and intelligent as he.
Alexander Mikhaylovich Prokhorov () ( 11 July 1916 – 8 January 2002 ) was a Soviet physicist known for his pioneering research on lasers and masers for which he shared the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1964 with Charles Hard Townes and Nikolay Basov.
Alexander Nikolayevich Spesivtsev () is a Russian man who was accused of killing up to 80 people and cannibalizing some of his victims.
* According to an ancient Sri Lankan source, the Mahavamsa, Greek monks seem to have been active proselytizers of Buddhism during the time of Menander: the Yona ( Greek ) Mahadhammarakkhita () is said to have come from " Alasandra " ( thought to be Alexandria of the Caucasus, the city founded by Alexander the Great, near today ’ s Kabul ) with 30, 000 monks for the foundation ceremony of the Maha Thupa (" Great stupa ") at Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka, during the 2nd century BC:
Count Mikhail Mikhailovich Speransky () ( – ) was probably the greatest of Russian reformers during the reign of Alexander I of Russia.
Alexander Gavrilovich Shliapnikov () ( August 30, 1885, Murom – September 2, 1937, Moscow ) was a Russian communist revolutionary, metalworker, and trade union leader.
In 1242, the lake was the site of the Battle on the Ice () between the Teutonic Knights and Novgorodians under Alexander Nevsky.
Alexander Nevsky () is a 1938 historical drama film directed by Sergei Eisenstein, in association with Dmitri Vasilyev and a script co-written with Pyotr Pavlenko, who were assigned to ensure Eisenstein did not stray into " formalism " and to facilitate shooting on a reasonable timetable.
Zemstva () was a form of local government that was instituted during the great liberal reforms performed in Imperial Russia by Alexander II of Russia.
Geombinatorics is a mathematical research journal () founded by Alexander Soifer and published by the University of Colorado, USA, since 1991 under an international board of editors.
Alexander Kartveli, born Alexander Kartvelishvili, () 1896 – 1974 ) was an influential aircraft engineer and a pioneer of American aviation history.
Alexander and 10
The Alexander Technique is most commonly taught privately in a series of 10 to 40 private lessons which may last from 30 minutes to an hour.
* Michael Alexander St. John: A parody of hyperbolic and pun-laden radio presenting, St. John presents items such as the top 10 singles charts and the weekend's gigs.
Field Marshal Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis ( 10 December 189116 June 1969 ) was a British military commander and field marshal who served with distinction in both world wars and, afterwards, as Governor General of Canada, the 17th since Canadian Confederation.
On 10 December 1916, Alexander took second-in-command of 1st Battalion Irish Guards as acting major.
The Japfa Classic in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, was a category XVI event of 10 players in which included Alexander Khalifman – at the time FIDE world champion – and Anatoly Karpov – his predecessor.
With the support of Prince Louis the French Heir and of King Alexander II of the Scots, they entered London in force on 10 June 1215, with the city showing its sympathy with their cause by opening its gates to them.
At the fifteenth session, 5 June 1409, the Council of Pisa deposed the two pontiffs as schismatical, heretical, perjured, and scandalous ; they elected Alexander V ( 1409 – 10 ) later that month.
Most brown bears have about 2 percent genetic material from polar bears, but one population residing in the Alexander Archipelago has between 5 percent and 10 percent polar bear genes, indicating more frequent and recent mating.
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However, in other sources such as the Book of Jubilees ( chapter 10 v. 18-27 ), Cornelius Alexander ( frag.
In Federalist Papers No. 9 and No. 10, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison, respectively, wrote specifically about the dangers of domestic political factions.
In 1854, Elizabeth Alexander, a pioneer living near what is now Fayette, Iowa, proposed the idea of a college to her husband, Robert, who donated $ 10, 000 toward the cause.
** Alexander Marinesko, captain of the S-13 submarine which sank the German ship Wilhelm Gustloff with 10, 000 casualties ( d. 1963 )
* March 10 – Alexander Graham Bell makes the first successful call by saying " Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see you .."
* 10 June / 11 June – In Babylon, Alexander the Great dies, ten days after being taken ill after a prolonged banquet and drinking bout.
* June 10 – Alexander the Great, king of Macedonia and conqueror of the Persian Empire ( b. 356 BC )