Alexander I (Russian Emperor)

Alexander I Pavlovich 12 December 23, 1777, St. Petersburg - November 19 December 1, 1825, Taganrog - Emperor of the Russian Empire from 11 March 23, 1801 to November 19, December 1, 1825, the eldest son of Emperor Paul I and Maria Feodorovna
At the beginning of the reign of He held a moderately liberal reforms developed by the Secret Committee and MM white Spyaranskimrusk foreign policy maneuvered between Britain and Frantsyyayrusk white in 1805-1807 participated in antyfrantsuzskih coalition in 1807-1812 temporarily became friendly with France waged a successful war with Turkey and Sweden 1806-1812 1808- In 1809 Al Xander I of Russia annexed eastern Georgia in 1801, Finland in 1809, Bessarabia in 1812, Azerbaijan in 1813, the former Duchy of Warsaw in 1815 after the war of 1812 led to the 1813-1814 anti-French coalition of European states was one of the leaders of the Congress of Vienna 1814-1815, and the organizers of the Holy Alliance the legend of the "elder Fyodor Kuzmich»
in later years often spoke about the intention to abdicate and "away from the world", so that after his sudden death from typhoid in Taganrog appeared According to this legend, in Taganroz died and was then buried not Alexander, but his double, while the King lived for a long time as a hermit-old man in Siberia and died in 1864

Contents 1 Birth and name
2 Childhood, education and training
3 Notes 4 References

Birth and imyapravits | edit source
one of his grandchildren, Catherine II named Constantine in honor of Constantine the Great, the other - in honor of Alexander Alexander Nevsky This choice of names was hoped that Konstantin free Constantinople from the Turks, and the latter-day Alexander the Great will be the ruler of a new empire on the throne Envisaged recovery Greek imperyirusk white she wanted to see Kanstantsinarusk bel1
«you say - wrote Catherine Baron F M Grymurusk white - that he had to choose whom to imitate: the hero of Alexander the Great th or St. Alexander Nevsky You probably do not know that our saint was a hero, he was a brave warrior, a tough leader and clever politician and surpassed all other princes, his contemporaries ... So, I agree that Mr. Alexander has only one choice and his personal talents depends on which path it will take - holiness or heroism »
« thus, already the choice of the name Catherine presaged grandson has a great future and prepares it for the royal vocation, why should have promoted, in her opinion, first of all vaeniza They retreated and focused on ancient samples education "name" Alexander "was not typical Ramanavyhrusk white - before so only had once baptized died early synrusk white Peter the Great, however, after Alexander I, it is firmly established in the Romanov imenaslov2
GR Derzhavin responded to the birth of Alexander the famous poem "On the birth of the young men in the north porfirorodnogo": "at this time, as cold as the Northwind was furious babe parfirarodnae in the kingdom of the north is born ..."
Childhood, education and vyhavannepravits | edit source
Frederic Cesar Lagarprusk white, tutor of Alexander I
With Shchukinrusk white "Grand Duke Alexander Pavlovich»
grew up at the court of Catherine the Great intellectual; educator - Swiss-Jacobin Frederic Cesar Lagarprusk white acquainted him with the principles of humanity Rousseau, a military teacher Nikolai Saltykovrusk white - with the traditions of Russian aristocrats, the father gave him his taste for military paradurusk white and taught him to combine the spiritual love for humanity with a practical concern for the near Catherine II thought of her son Paul unable to take the throne, and planned to build on it Alexander, bypassing his father
many of the features of his character, Alexander was obliged to his grandmother, who has taken away son of his mother, and determined to live in Tsarskoye Selo, near him, away from his parents, who were playing in their palaces at Pavlovsk and Gatchina and rarely appeared at the "big yard" However, the child, as is clear from all the reviews about it , was a boy kindly and gently, so messing with it for the royal grandmother was a great pleasure
↑ Constantine Pavlovich Russian humanitarian encyclopedic dictionary
↑ Romanov Dynasty: genealogy and anthroponimics / E into a bee - 06/07 / 2009 // Questions of history - 2009 - number 06 - From 76-83
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