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That summer, Nicholas travelled to England to visit both Alix and the Queen. The visit coincided with the birth of the Duke and Duchess of York 's first child, the future King Edward VIII.
Along with being present at the christening, Nicholas and Alix were listed among the child's godparents. By that autumn, Alexander III lay dying.
Upon learning that he would live only a fortnight, the Tsar had Nicholas summon Alix to the imperial palace at Livadia. From his deathbed, he told his son to heed the advice of Witte, his most capable minister.
Ten days later, Alexander III died at the age of forty-nine, leaving twenty-six-year-old Nicholas as Emperor of Russia. That evening, Nicholas was consecrated by his father's priest as Tsar Nicholas II and, the following day, Alix was received into the Russian Orthodox Church, taking the name Alexandra Feodorovna with the title of Grand Duchess and the style of Imperial Highness.
Nicholas may have felt unprepared for the duties of the crown, for he asked his cousin and brother-in-law, Grand Duke Alexander,  "What is going to happen to me and all of Russia?
Nicholas chose to maintain the conservative policies favoured by his father throughout his reign.
While Alexander III had concentrated on the formulation of general policy, Nicholas devoted much more attention to the details of administration.
Leaving Livadia on 7 November, Tsar Alexander's funeral procession—which included Nicholas's maternal aunt through marriage and paternal first cousin once removed Queen Olga of Greece , and the Prince and Princess of Wales —arrived in Moscow.
After lying in state in the Kremlin, the body of the Tsar was taken to St. Petersburg, where the funeral was held on 19 November. Nicholas and Alix's wedding was originally scheduled for the spring of , but it was moved forward at Nicholas's insistence.
Staggering under the weight of his new office, he had no intention of allowing the one person who gave him confidence to leave his side.
Alexandra wore the traditional dress of Romanov brides, and Nicholas a hussar 's uniform. Nicholas and Alexandra, each holding a lit candle, faced the palace priest and were married a few minutes before one in the afternoon.
Despite a visit to the United Kingdom in , where he observed the House of Commons in debate and seemingly impressed by the machinery of constitutional monarchy , Nicholas turned his back on any notion of giving away any power to elected representatives in Russia.
Shortly after he came to the throne , a deputation of peasants and workers from various towns' local assemblies zemstvos came to the Winter Palace proposing court reforms, such as the adoption of a constitutional monarchy,  and reform that would improve the political and economic life of the peasantry, in the Tver Address.
Although the addresses they had sent in beforehand were couched in mild and loyal terms, Nicholas was angry and ignored advice from an Imperial Family Council by saying to them:.
I want everyone to know that I will devote all my strength to maintain, for the good of the whole nation, the principle of absolute autocracy , as firmly and as strongly as did my late lamented father.
On 26 May , Nicholas's formal coronation as Tsar was held in Uspensky Cathedral located within the Kremlin. In a celebration on 27 May , a large festival with food, free beer and souvenir cups was held in Khodynka Field outside Moscow.
Khodynka was chosen as the location as it was the only place near Moscow large enough to hold all of the Moscow citizens. Before the food and drink was handed out, rumours spread that there would not be enough for everyone.
As a result, the crowd rushed to get their share and individuals were tripped and trampled upon, suffocating in the dirt of the field.
The French ambassador's gala was planned for that night. The Tsar wanted to stay in his chambers and pray for the lives lost, but his uncles believed that his absence at the ball would strain relations with France, particularly the Franco-Russian Alliance.
Thus Nicholas attended the party; as a result the mourning populace saw Nicholas as frivolous and uncaring.
During the autumn after the coronation, Nicholas and Alexandra made a tour of Europe. After making visits to the emperor and empress of Austria-Hungary, the Kaiser of Germany, and Nicholas's Danish grandparents and relatives, Nicholas and Alexandra took possession of their new yacht, the Standart , which had been built in Denmark.
While Alexandra enjoyed her reunion with her grandmother, Nicholas complained in a letter to his mother about being forced to go shooting with his uncle, the Prince of Wales, in bad weather, and was suffering from a bad toothache.
The first years of his reign saw little more than continuation and development of the policy pursued by Alexander III.
Nicholas allotted money for the All-Russia exhibition of In restoration of gold standard by Sergei Witte , Minister of Finance, completed the series of financial reforms, initiated fifteen years earlier.
By the Trans-Siberian Railway was nearing completion; this helped the Russians trade in the Far East but the railway still required huge amounts of work.
Nicholas always believed God chose him to be the tsar and therefore the decisions of the tsar reflected the will of God and could not be disputed.
He was convinced that the simple people of Russia understood this and loved him, as demonstrated by the display of affection he perceived when he made public appearances.
His old-fashioned belief made for a very stubborn ruler who rejected constitutional limitations on his power. It put the tsar at variance with the emerging political consensus among the Russian elite.
It was further belied by the subordinate position of the Church in the bureaucracy. The result was a new distrust between the tsar and the church hierarchy and between those hierarchs and the people.
Thereby the tsar's base of support was conflicted. In , Nicholas threw himself into an ecclesiastical crisis regarding the canonisation of Seraphim of Sarov.
The previous year, it had been suggested that if he were canonised, the imperial couple would beget a son and heir to throne.
While Alexandra demanded in July that Seraphim be canonised in less than a week, Nicholas demanded that he be canonised within a year.
Despite a public outcry, the Church bowed to the intense imperial pressure, declaring Seraphim worthy of canonisation in January That summer, the imperial family travelled to Sarov for the canonisation.
Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary paid a state visit in April that was a success. It produced a "gentlemen's agreement" to keep the status quo in the Balkans, and a somewhat similar commitment became applicable to Constantinople and the Straits.
The result was years of peace that allowed for rapid economic growth. Nicholas followed the policies of his father, strengthening the Franco-Russian Alliance and pursuing a policy of general European pacification, which culminated in the famous Hague peace conference.
This conference, suggested and promoted by Nicholas II, was convened with the view of terminating the arms race , and setting up machinery for the peaceful settlement of international disputes.
The results of the conference were less than expected due to the mutual distrust existing between great powers. Nevertheless, the Hague conventions were among the first formal statements of the laws of war.
In he and the Russian diplomat Friedrich Martens were nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for the initiative to convene the Hague Peace Conference and contributing to its implementation.
Morrill states that "most scholars" agree that the invitation was "conceived in fear, brought forth in deceit, and swaddled in humanitarian ideals Not from humanitarianism, not from love for mankind.
A clash between Russia and the Empire of Japan was almost inevitable by the turn of the 20th century.
Russia had expanded in the Far East, and the growth of its settlement and territorial ambitions, as its southward path to the Balkans was frustrated, conflicted with Japan's own territorial ambitions on the Asian mainland.
Nicholas pursued an aggressive foreign policy with regards to Manchuria and Korea , and strongly supported the scheme for timber concessions in these areas as developed by the Bezobrazov group.
War began in February with a preemptive Japanese attack on the Russian fleet in Port Arthur , prior to a formal declaration of war. With the Russian Far East fleet trapped at Port Arthur, the only other Russian Fleet was the Baltic Fleet ; it was half a world away, but the decision was made to send the fleet on a nine-month voyage to the East.
The United Kingdom would not allow the Russian navy to use the Suez Canal , due to its alliance with the Empire of Japan, and due to the Dogger Bank incident where the Baltic Fleet mistakenly fired on British fishing boats in the North Sea.
The Baltic Fleet traversed the world to lift the blockade on Port Arthur, but after many misadventures on the way, was nearly annihilated by the Japanese in the Battle of the Tsushima Strait.
While commands and supplies came from St. Petersburg , combat took place in east Asian ports with only the Trans-Siberian Railway for transport of supplies as well as troops both ways.
Petersburg and Port Arthur was single-track, with no track around Lake Baikal , allowing only gradual build-up of the forces on the front.
Besieged Port Arthur fell to the Japanese, after nine months of resistance. As Russia faced imminent defeat by the Japanese, the call for peace grew.
Nicholas's mother, as well as his cousin Emperor Wilhelm II , urged Nicholas to negotiate for peace. Despite the efforts, Nicholas remained evasive, sending a telegram to the Kaiser on 10 October that it was his intent to keep on fighting until the Japanese were driven from Manchuria.
The war was ended by the signing of the Treaty of Portsmouth. Nicholas's stance on the war was so at variance with the obvious facts that many observers were baffled.
He saw the war as an easy God-given victory that would raise Russian morale and patriotism. He ignored the financial repercussions of a long-distance war.
He ignored reports of the prowess of Japanese soldiers in the Sino-Japanese War —95 and reports on the capabilities of the Japanese fleet, as well as negative reports on the lack of readiness of Russian forces.
Before the Japanese attack on Port Arthur, Nicholas held firm to the belief that there would be no war. Despite the onset of the war and the many defeats Russia suffered, Nicholas still believed in, and expected, a final victory, maintaining an image of the racial inferiority and military weakness of the Japanese.
His advisors never gave him a clear picture of Russia's weaknesses. Despite the continuous military disasters Nicholas believed victory was near at hand.
Losing his navy at Tsushima finally persuaded him to agree to peace negotiations. Even then he insisted on the option of reopening hostilities if peace conditions were unfavorable.
He forbade his chief negotiator Count Witte to agree to either indemnity payments or loss of territory. Nicholas remained adamantly opposed to any concessions.
Peace was made, but Witte did so by disobeying the tsar and ceding southern Sakhalin to Japan. The Kishinev newspaper Bessarabets , which published anti-Semitic materials, received funds from Viacheslav Plehve , Minister of the Interior.
The government of Nicholas II formally condemned the rioting and dismissed the regional governor, with the perpetrators arrested and punished by the court.
Appeals to the faithful condemning the pogroms were read publicly in all churches of Russia. A few days prior to Bloody Sunday 9 22 January , priest and labor leader Georgy Gapon informed the government of the forthcoming procession to the Winter Palace to hand a workers' petition to the Tsar.
On Saturday, 8 21 January, the ministers convened to consider the situation. There was never any thought that the Tsar, who had left the capital for Tsarskoye Selo on the advice of the ministers, would actually meet Gapon; the suggestion that some other member of the imperial family receive the petition was rejected.
Finally informed by the Prefect of Police that he lacked the men to pluck Gapon from among his followers and place him under arrest, the newly appointed Minister of the Interior, Prince Sviatopolk-Mirsky , and his colleagues decided to bring additional troops to reinforce the city.
That evening Nicholas wrote in his diary, "Troops have been brought from the outskirts to reinforce the garrison.
Up to now the workers have been calm. Their number is estimated at , At the head of their union is a kind of socialist priest named Gapon.
Mirsky came this evening to present his report on the measures taken. On Sunday, 9 22 January , Gapon began his march. Locking arms, the workers marched peacefully through the streets.
Some carried religious icons and banners, as well as national flags and portraits of the Tsar. As they walked, they sang hymns and God Save The Tsar.
There was no single confrontation with the troops. Throughout the city, at bridges on strategic boulevards, the marchers found their way blocked by lines of infantry, backed by Cossacks and Hussars; and the soldiers opened fire on the crowd.
The official number of victims was 92 dead and several hundred wounded. Gapon vanished and the other leaders of the march were seized.
Expelled from the capital, they circulated through the empire, increasing the casualties. As bullets riddled their icons, their banners and their portraits of Nicholas, the people shrieked, "The Tsar will not help us!
Difficult day! In St. Petersburg there were serious disturbances due to the desire of workers to get to the Winter Palace. The troops had to shoot in different places of the city, there were many dead and wounded.
Lord, how painful and bad! His younger sister, Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna , wrote afterwards:.
Nicky had the police report a few days before. That Saturday he telephoned my mother at the Anitchkov and said that she and I were to leave for Gatchina at once.
He and Alicky went to Tsarskoye Selo. Insofar as I remember, my Uncles Vladimir and Nicholas were the only members of the family left in St.
Petersburg, but there may have been others. I felt at the time that all those arrangements were hideously wrong.
Nicky's ministers and the Chief of Police had it all their way. My mother and I wanted him to stay in St.
Petersburg and to face the crowd. I am positive that, for all the ugly mood of some of the workmen, Nicky's appearance would have calmed them.
They would have presented their petition and gone back to their homes. But that wretched Epiphany incident had left all the senior officials in a state of panic.
They kept on telling Nicky that he had no right to run such a risk, that he owed it to the country to leave the capital, that even with the utmost precautions taken there might always be some loophole left.
My mother and I did all we could to persuade him that the ministers' advice was wrong, but Nicky preferred to follow it and he was the first to repent when he heard of the tragic outcome.
From his hiding place Gapon issued a letter, stating "Nicholas Romanov, formerly Tsar and at present soul-murderer of the Russian empire.
The innocent blood of workers, their wives and children lies forever between you and the Russian people May all the blood which must be spilled fall upon you, you Hangman.
I call upon all the socialist parties of Russia to come to an immediate agreement among themselves and bring an armed uprising against Tsarism.
Confronted with growing opposition and after consulting with Witte and Prince Sviatopolk-Mirsky , the Tsar issued a reform ukase on 25 December with vague promises.
Dmitri Feodorovich Trepov was ordered to take drastic measures to stop the revolutionary activity. Grand Duke Sergei was killed in February by a revolutionary's bomb in Moscow as he left the Kremlin.
On 3 March the Tsar condemned the revolutionaries. Meanwhile, Witte recommended that a manifesto be issued. In June the battleship Potemkin , part of the Black Sea Fleet , mutinied.
The Tsar remained quite impassive and indulgent; he spent most of that autumn hunting. He wrote to his mother after months of disorder:.
It makes me sick to read the news! Nothing but strikes in schools and factories, murdered policemen, Cossacks and soldiers, riots, disorder, mutinies.
But the ministers, instead of acting with quick decision, only assemble in council like a lot of frightened hens and cackle about providing united ministerial action One had the same feeling, as before a thunderstorm in summer!
Everybody was on edge and extremely nervous and of course, that sort of strain could not go on for long We are in the midst of a revolution with an administrative apparatus entirely disorganized, and in this lies the main danger.
In October a railway strike developed into a general strike which paralysed the country. In a city without electricity, Witte told Nicholas II "that the country was at the verge of a cataclysmic revolution".
The freedom of religion clause outraged the Church because it allowed people to switch to evangelical Protestantism, which they denounced as heresy.
For the next six months, Witte was the Prime Minister. According to Harold Williams : "That government was almost paralyzed from the beginning.
On 1 November O. Under pressure from the attempted Russian Revolution , on 5 August of that year Nicholas II issued a manifesto about the convocation of the State Duma , known as the Bulygin Duma , initially thought to be an advisory organ.
In the October Manifesto , the Tsar pledged to introduce basic civil liberties , provide for broad participation in the State Duma, and endow the Duma with legislative and oversight powers.
He was determined, however, to preserve his autocracy even in the context of reform. This was signalled in the text of the constitution.
He was described as the supreme autocrat, and retained sweeping executive powers, also in church affairs. His cabinet ministers were not allowed to interfere with nor assist one another; they were responsible only to him.
Nicholas's relations with the Duma were poor. The First Duma , with a majority of Kadets , almost immediately came into conflict with him.
Scarcely had the members sat down at the Tauride Palace when they formulated an 'Address to the Throne'. It demanded universal suffrage , radical land reform, the release of all political prisoners and the dismissal of ministers appointed by the Tsar in favour of ministers acceptable to the Duma.
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