Nicholas I

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czar of Russia from 1825 to 1855 who led Russia into the Crimean War (1796-1855)

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Nicholas I commissioned many notable services, not only for himself but also as gifts.
4 percent under Nicholas I, Alexander II, Alexander III, and Nicholas II respectively.
Wortman describes in detail the changing pomp that marked coronations, tsarist name days, triumphal occasions, military and religious holidays, tsarist visits, and funerals during the century and one-half that ended with the death of Nicholas I in 1855.
It is possible to appreciate through this lucid book something of the awesome majesty felt by Russians as they, for instance, witnessed the ritualistic triple bow to a worshipful throng from the Red Staircase in the Moscow Kremlin initiated on 22 August 1826, by the haughty Emperor Nicholas I.
In Nicholas I (1825-55) is found the imperial master of ceremonies par excellence.