Tsarist Government

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Kalmyk People - Origins and History - The Kalmyk Khanate - Reduction in Autonomy, 1724-1771
... The Tsarist government also gradually chipped away at the autonomy of the Kalmyk Khanate ... In addition, the Tsarist government imposed a council on the Kalmyk Khan, thereby diluting his authority, while continuing to expect the Kalmyk Khan to provide ... native governing office remaining was the Vice-Khan who also was recognized by the government as the highest ranking Kalmyk prince ...
Karaite Judaism - History - Russian Karaimi (Qaraylar)
... The Tsarist governor of the Crimea told the Karaite leaders that, even though the Tsarist government liked the idea that the Karaites did not accept the Talmud (which the church taught ... The Tsarist government then said that, if they could prove it, they would be free of the oppressive laws ... Through his work he helped establish the idea amongst the Tsarist authorities that the Karaites were descendants of the exiled northern kingdom of Israel and therefore were already in ...
Finnish Defence Forces - History
... from the aristocracy, served in the tsarist armies between 1809 and 1917 ... authorities introduced a military service law obligating Finns to serve in the tsarist army, for four years, anywhere within the Russian Empire ... athletic clubs and other groups, was officially proclaimed the army of the Finnish government under General Mannerheim ...
Kalmyk People - Religion
... As a matter of policy, the Tsarist government and the Russian Orthodox Church sought to gradually absorb and convert any subject of another creed or ... The Kalmyks migrated to territory annexed by the Tsarist government and were subject to this policy as long as they remained in this territory ... Later on, the Tsarist government policy of encouraging Russian and German settlements along the Volga indirectly pressured Kalmyks to convert for economic reasons ...
Mohammad Vali Khan Tonekaboni
... Sepahdar Azam and all his relatives and kin will be placed in the protection of the Tsarist government ... The Tsarist government will pay him the equivalent of 6 million gold menats (approx US$500,000,000)." Sepahdar Azam (Khalatbari Tonekaboni) wrote back "The Russian government believes I have done all this for my own ... my life and property and those of my children." Rejecting the Tsarist government's request, he continued his march and forced the royalists in Tehran to surrender ...

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