Title of the Russian monarch.
Autocratic czar of Russia starting in 1894 who was weak, timid, and terrified of being czar, and loved animals and spent time with family.
Predecessor of Nicholas II.
Spouse of Nicholas II who was born in Germany and was the granddaughter of Queen Victoria.
Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia
Four daughters of Nicholas II.
Son of Nicholas II who had hemophila and was guarded by two sailors.
An inherited condition that impairs the bloods ability to clot.
Powerful landowners appointed by the czar who controlled most land and resources, paid little taxes, and led the military.
50 of 60 million Russians.
Peasants could be described as this to their landowners.
religion, alcoholism, lack of education, domestic violence
Four characteristics of a peasant's daily life.
A bathouse where Russians perform a cleaning ritual.
A wooden cabin in Russia.
Feature of many Russian homes.
Religion observed by 95% of Russians.
Percent of Russian Orthodox in Russia.
Most important holiday to Russians.
Russian secret police of the czar who read mail, infiltrated labor unions, used torture to gain information, and consisted of undercover agents.
Formerly the predominant security police organization of Soviet Russia.
Fiddler on the Roof
Movie showing Jews in Russia.
Organized persecution of an ethnic group (especially Jews).
Group blamed for the assassination of Alexander II on a Sunday morning in 1881.
soups, beef, lamb, fish, blini, vodka
Common Russian foods.
Russian pancake of buckwheat flour and yeast.
A Russian soup usually containing beet juice as a foundation.
Time period when classical music was brought to Russia.
Controlled screams in Russia.
Stringed instrument of Russian origin that has triangular body and three strings.
Music commonly enjoyed by peasants in Russia.
Two purposes of dancing in Russia.
Name of eggs made in Russia.
Concern leading to onion domes.
Eastern terminus of the Trans-Siberian Railway.
Railway connecting Moscow and Vladivostok.
Length of Trans-Siberian Railway.
Construction period of Trans-Siberian Railway.