Definition of Tsarism
1. Noun. A system of government ruled by a tsar. ¹
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Definition of Tsarism
1. czarism [n -S] - See also: czarism
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Literary usage of Tsarism
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lenin's Legacy: The Story of the Cpsu by Robert G. Wesson (1978)
"... Conquest of Power THE END OF tsarism Woes, not industrial development, prepared Russia for revolution.1 The legitimacy of the tsarist government rested ..."
2. How the World Votes: The Story of Democratic Development in Elections by Charles Seymour, Donald Paige Frary (1918)
"... tsarism AND LOCAL ELECTIONS THE Russian imperial electoral system, like that of the other states of eastern Europe, assumed the form it held until 1917, ..."
3. Russia and the Great War by Grigoriĭ Aleksinskiĭ (1915)
"The domestic policy of tsarism during the war. I WAR-TIME, when a foreign invasion threatens the country, is not a very favourable moment ..."
4. Russia and the Great War by Grigoriĭ Aleksinskiĭ (1915)
"The domestic policy of tsarism during the war. I WAR-TIME, when a foreign invasion threatens the country, is not a very favourable moment for internal ..."
5. Russian Revolution Aspects by Robert Edward Crozier Long (1919)
"CHAPTER XIV tsarism AND THE TSAR A REVOLUTION in its first stage can afford to treat its dispossessed foes with magnanimity. It is in good temper, ..."
6. The Spirit of Russia: Studies in History, Literature and Philosophy by Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (1919)
"From the first the church has defended tsarism against the opposition and against the revolution, and now the church has approved the reaction, has approved ..."
7. The War Lords by Alfred George Gardiner (1915)
"Germany, the partner of tsarism, the most conspicuous example of political ... They were to liberate the Russians from tsarism, but they were to remain ..."
8. Some French Contemporary Opinions of the Russian Revolution of 1905 by Encarnación Alzona (1921)
"tsarism had merely deferred its inevitable ' downfall and stayed for some years ... Jean Longuet admitted' that tsarism would come out triumphant in the ..."