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Its says in my revision book that the government in Russia made laws by a ukase- It says its am imperial decree which doesnt make sense...please explain with examples
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Its says in my revision book that the government in Russia made laws by a ukase- It says its am imperial decree which doesnt make sense...please explain with examples
A Ukase or an Edict is simply an order from the Tsar. So the Emancipation Ukase of 1861 was the Tsar commanding the aristocracy, who ruled the various provinces and owned 75% of the land, to release their serfs and etc.
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A Ukase or an Edict is simply an order from the Tsar. So the Emancipation Ukase of 1861 was the Tsar commanding the aristocracy, who ruled the various provinces and owned 75% of the land, to release their serfs and etc.
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