Who was Peter the Great?
Asked by Don Dokken, 22 Feb '08 01:08 pm
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Peter I of Russia was called Peter the Great. His real name was Pyotr Alexeyevich Romanov. He was born in Moscow on June 9, 1672. He ruled the Russian Empire from May 7, 1682 to 1696. He was a dynamic tsar and carried out a policy of Westernisation and expansion, because of which the Tsardom of Russia was transformed into the Russian Empire. He died at the age of 52 on February 8, 1725.Answered by Akshay Kalbag, 22 Feb '08 01:15 pm
Peter the Great was the fourteenth child of Alexei Mikhailovich, born on May 30, ... Under Peter's rule, Russia became a great European nationAnswered by gem mina, 22 Feb '08 01:10 pm
Peter was tsar of Russia from 1682 to 1725. His self-given title was Peter the Great though he was officially Peter I.Answered by anupama kumar, 22 Feb '08 01:10 pm
Peter the Great, who lived from 1682 to 1725, was the dynamic tsar of Russia. He was determined to modernise the country and made sweeping educational reforms.Answered by Anita Fernandes, 22 Feb '08 01:09 pm