Russia

  • Bulavin Revolution

    Bulavin Revolution
    A small band of Don Cossacks killed a Muscovite noble searching their territory for tax fugitives.
  • Peter l

    Peter l
    Peter demanded that his son, the tsarevich Alexei Petrovich, endors his reforms or renounce the right to the throne.
  • Government reform of Peter I

    Government reform of Peter I
    Peter established collegia, government ministries that superseded the prikazy.
  • Peter Death

    Peter Death
    Peter died of urinary problems. He failed to name a successor; one of Peter's closest advisers, Aleksandr Menshikov, convinced the Imperial Guard to declare in favor of Peter's wife Catherine I.
  • Catherine

    Catherine
    Catherien stablished the Belgorod an Novgorod Governorates and adjusted the borders of several others. Districts wre abolished;uyezds were reestablished.
  • Paul

    Paul
    Paul athorized the incorporation of Kartl-Kakheti into th Russian empire
  • Ministry of Internal Affairs

    Alexander established the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD).
  • The Ottoman Empire

    The Ottoman Empire dismissed the pro-Russian hospodars of its vassal states, Wallachia and Moldavia.
  • War of the Third Coalition

    War of the Third Coalition: The Treaty of Pressburg ceded Austrian possessions in Dalmatia to France.
  • Mexico and Europe

    Because of the Inusal demands were places in the colonies, Mexico send19 million pesos to finance the wars in Europe
  • Battle Friedland

    The Russian army suffered a defeat against the french army.
  • Diet of Porvoo

    Diet of Porvoo: The four Estates of Finland swore allegiance to the Russian crown.
  • Solomon II

    Solomon II
    Russian government proclaimed the deposition of Solomon II from the throne of Imereti.
  • Russo-Turkish War

    Russo-Turkish War (1806–1812): The Treaty of Bucharest ended the war and transferred Bessarabia to Russia.
  • French invassion of Russia

    French Army crossed the Neman River.
  • French invansion of Russia

    French invasion of Russia (1812): The French army entered a deserted Moscow, the high-water mark of their invasion.
    December French invasion of Russia (1812): The last French troops were forced off of Russian territory.
  • Congress of Vienna

    The territory of Duchy of Warsaw was divided between Prussia, Russia and three newly established states.
  • Lucas Alamán (1823)

    Lucas Alamán (1823)
    Minister and presidential advisor participated in the Conservative Party in favor of the church. Had liberal ideas.
  • First Federal Republic in Mexico (1824)

    The first federal Republic in Mexico- First Mexican experience with Republic
    Two Triumvirates & Nine Presidents. Guadalupe Victoria was the first president. Creation of the Mexican Hacienda.
    More loans from foreign countries
    Attempt of a Spanish reconquest
  • Alexander died of typhus.

    Alexander died of typhus.The army swore allegiance to his oldest brother, the Grand Duke Constantine Pavlovich. Constantine, however, following Alexander's choice of successor, swore allegiance to his younger brother, Nicholas I.
  • Decembrist revolt

    Decembrist revolt
    Three thousand soldiers gathered at the Senate Square in Saint Petersburg, and declared their loyalty to Constantine and to the idea of a Russian constitution. When talk failed, the tsarist army dispersed the demonstrators with artillery, killing at least sixty.
  • Imperial Decree

    An imperial decree established the Second Section of His Majesty's Own Chancery, concerned with codifying and publishing the law, and the Third Section, which operated as the Empire's secret police.
  • Chief of Gendarmes

    Nicholas established the office of Chief of Gendarmes in charge of the Gendarmerie units of the Internal Guard.
  • Russo-Turkish War

    Russo-Turkish War
    (1828–1829): The Russian armed forces crossed into Dobruja, an Ottoman territory.
  • Russo-Turkish War

    Russo-Turkish War (1828–1829): The Treaty of Adrianople was signed, ceding the eastern shore of the Black Sea and the mouth of the Danube to the Russians.
  • November Uprising

    November Uprising
    A group of Polish nationalists attacked Belweder Palace, the seat of the Governor-General.
  • Warsaw Battle

    Warsaw Battle
    Russian army captured Warsaw, ending the November Uprising
  • Bad political situation leaded to a covol war

  • The Seven Laws (1835)

    Reaction of the Liberal Reforms of 1833 by the Church and the military:
    "Religion and privileges"
    President Santa Anna expelled the liberals
    New Congress
    New Constitution
    Conservative Power
    Presidential Period of 8 years
  • Gendarmerie

    The Gendarmerie of the Internal Guard was spun off as the Special Corps of Gendarmes.
  • Pastry War

    France demanded reparations from damages to French business in Mexican revolts, including damages to a bakery.
    $600000 pesos.
  • The Organic Bases (1841)

    Ended Anastasio Bustamante's presidency
  • Ottoman sultan

    The Ottoman sultan confirmed the supremacy of France and the Catholic Church over Christians in the Holy Land.
  • Crimean War

    Crimean War
    In order to prevent the Austrian Empire entering the war, Russia evacuated Wallachia and Moldavia.
  • Crimean War

    The Treaty of Paris was signed, officially ending the war. The Black Sea was demilitarized. Russia lost territory it had been granted at the mouth of the Danube, abandoned claims to protect Turkish Christians, and lost its influence over the Danubian Principalities.
  • The Treaty

    Crimean War: The Treaty of Paris was signed, officially ending the war. The Black Sea was demilitarized. Russia lost territory it had been granted at the mouth of the Danube, abandoned claims to protect Turkish Christians, and lost its influence over the Danubian Principalities.
  • The last military settlements were disbanded.

  • Treaty of Aigun

    Treaty of Aigun
    was signed pushin Russo-chinesse border east to the Amur river; Tariff Act reduces import tax.
  • Convention of Peking

    The Convention of Peking transferred the Ussuri krai from China to Russia.
  • January Uprising

    January Uprising: An anti-Russian uprising began in Poland; girls allowed into secondary schools and standard curriculum set.
  • Zemstva

    Zemstva
    Zemstva were established for the local self-government of Russian citizens.
  • Judical Reform

    Alexander II created a decree introduced new laws unifying a liberalizing the Russian judiciary.
  • Alaska Purchased

    Russia agreed to sell the sale of Alaska to the United States of America
  • Khanate of Khiva as a quasi-independent

    A peace treaty was signed that established the Khanate of Khiva as a quasi-independent Russian protectorate.
  • April Uprising

    April Uprising
    Bulgarian nationalists attack the Ottoman police headquarters in Oborishte
  • Kazan Demostration

    Kazan Demostration
    political demostration in front of the Kazan Cathedral in Saint Petersburg marked the appearance of the revolutionary group Land and Liberty
  • Secret Treaty

    a secret treaty prepared for the division of the Balkans between Russia and Austria-Hungary, depending on the outcome of local revolutionary movements
  • Treaty of Stephano

    Treaty of Stephano
    the treaty was signed concluding the Russo-Turkish war and transfering Nothern Dobruja and some Caucasian territories into Russian hands
  • Factory Inspections

    Factory Inspections
    Alexander III introduces factory inspections and restricts working hours for women and children.
  • Marxist Russian

    The Marxist Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (RSDLP) held its first Party Congress.
  • Russia invades and occupies the Sixty-Four Villages

    In response to a local trade blockade, Russia invades and occupies the Sixty-Four Villages East of the Heilongjiang River. All 30,000 Qing Dynasty citizens are expelled from their homes and driven across the Amur River, where most drown.