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What sort of development and reform took place between 1881 and 1914? Alexander III began his reign by causing certain aspects of Russian life to experience repression

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What sort of development and reform took place between 1881 and 1914? Alexander III began his reign by causing certain aspects of Russian life to experience repression, including judicial organisation, the government, education of the Jews and Russia's nationalities. ...read more.

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With this in mind, Alexander was unique amongst previous Tsars as he was able to preserve peace throughout his reign bar some minor conflict in central Asia. Therefore the success of the reforms he introduced between 1881 and 1894 could in theory prove successful or they could have provided a spark to which led to the Russian revolution in 1917. ...read more.

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Alexander also proposed to reconvene a zemsky sobor, which was an assembly of the land furthermore he wanted the zemstva to continue to carry out improvements in the village. The effects of these features led to the rejection of any potential constitutional government allowing the autocracy to be upheld. There was also some growth in the provision of primary education. ...read more.

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