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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Lenin returns to Petrograd in April 1917, he calls for the ___________ of the Provisional Government.
2. Who works out a truce to keep the Alexander Palace from being attacked by the revolutionaries?
3. In March 1917, what illness do three of the Romanov children, plus Anna Vyrubova, have?
4. How long does it take Yurovsky's group to destroy the bodies?
5. Whom does Nicholas bring to live with him at Stavka in the fall of 1915?
Short Essay Questions
1. Under the 'protection' of Captain Kotzebue's revolutionaries, how are the Romanovs treated at first?
2. When the Romanovs arrived in Tyumen, in what condition does Kobylinsky find the Governor's house, where the Romanovs are to live?
3. In the period immediately following the assassination of Tsar Nicholas and his family, why do as many of his Romanov relatives as are able leave Russia?
4. Under what conditions does England agree to grant the Romanovs asylum, and why is the request eventually withdrawn?
5. When Alexis suffers a nosebleed and Rasputin is sent for, what does Rasputin do when he arrives and what happens afterward?
6. Why are losses so heavy among Russian officers, in particular, during World War I?
7. After visiting Rasputin for an illness, what conclusion does Felix Yussoupov draw about him?
8. At the Four Brothers Mine, how are the bodies of Nicholas and his family disposed of?
9. What happens to all of the money that is sent to Siberia to help the Romanovs?
10. When strikers marched in the streets on Sunday, March 11, 1917, they find that signs are posted by order of the Tsar. What do the signs say?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In Chapter 3, we learn that Tsar Alexander and Empress Marie are initially opposed to Nicholas' match with Alix of Hesse (later Alexandra) because they are anti-German. Analyze and explain how their opposition to this match--and her nation of origin--foreshadow the difficulty Alexandra has with her in-laws during the first few months of her marriage, her problems fitting into Russian society, as well as Russian hatred of her during World War I. Support your arguments from the text.
Essay Topic 2
Analyze and demonstrate how the assassination of Austria's Archduke Ferdinand by Serbian revolutionary Gabriel Princip, which leads to World War I, contribute to the downfall of the Russian military and, ultimately, the monarchy. Support your statements with the text.
Essay Topic 3
Compare and contrast the characteristics of Russia's autocratic monarchy with those of its constitutional monarchy, and analyze whether or not Nicholas' attempt to hold onto as much autocracy as possible after the passage of the Imperial Manifesto contributes to the end of the Romanov dynasty and, therefore, Russia's monarchy. Back up your work with examples from the text.
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