tsar

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Synonyms for tsar

Synonyms for tsar

a male monarch or emperor (especially of Russia prior to 1917)

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For them, kormlenie was a legitimate behavior sanctioned and approved by czarism.
Oddly, the post-communist love affair with Czarism is not included.
Russian society, in the twilight of czarism, viewed its aberrant personalities as reflections of its own imperfections.
However, the picture given in the 1960s highlighted the role of the national movement as a new period when great masses began their struggle against czarism, landlords and capitalists.
The latter explored the historically conditioned materialist constraints of Soviet Socialism, locating Stalinism's worst features in what Levy explained was an understandable dissonance between a socialized economy and a culture and political order embedded in centuries of Czarism.