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Ivan IV Vasilyevich commonly known as Ivan the Terrible or Ivan the Fearsome was the Grand ..... On 16 June 1552 Ivan IV led a 150,000-strong Russian army towards Kazan. The last siege of the Tatar ...

Ivan the Terrible - Tsar/Tsarina, Prince - Biography.com

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Dec 1, 2014 ... Find out more about Russia's Ivan the Terrible, or Ivan IV, including his journey from prince to tsar, at Biography.com.

Ivan IV the Terrible – Russiapedia The Ryurikovich dynasty ...

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Terrible childhood Ivan didnt immediately become known as Terrible. ... In 1547, aged 16, he was finally crowned Czar of all Russia, the first ruler to officially ...

Ivan IV | tsar of Russia | Britannica.com

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Dec 31, 2014 ... Grand prince of Moscow (1533–84) and the first to be proclaimed tsar of Russia ( from 1547). His reign saw the completion of the construction of ...

Controversy as Russian town unveils first statue of Ivan the Terrible

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Oct 14, 2016 ... A monument to Tsar Ivan the Terrible after it is unveiled in the city of Oryol The world's first monument to Tsar Ivan the Terrible after it was ...

Ivan the Terrible Facts | History of Russia

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Ivan the Terrible, formally Ivan IV Vasilyevich, was the first Tsar of Russia. His reign, one of the longest of Russian Tsars, saw Russia emerge from its position as ...

7 facts about Ivan the Terrible, the first Russian tsar | Russia Beyond ...

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Oct 14, 2016 ... Tsar Ivan IV Conquering Kazan in 1552, 1880. Kazan, the capital of the Tatar Khanate of Kazan, fell to the Russian army of Ivan the Terrible ...

Russia's first monument to Ivan the Terrible inaugurated | World ...

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Oct 14, 2016 ... Tsar Ivan IV ruled Russia from 1547 to 1584 and earned the moniker “Terrible” due to his brutal policy of oprichnina, which included the ...

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Ivan IV, "The Terrible", was crowned Russia's first Tsar at the age of 17. Ivan the Terrible was the fallen angel. He started as a very wise Tsar and ended as a ...

Ivan IV, "The Terrible" (Russia) (1530–1584; Ruled 1533–1584 ...

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IVAN IV, "THE TERRIBLE" (RUSSIA) (1530–1584; ruled 1533–1584), grand prince of Muscovy and, from 1547, first tsar of Russia. The early achievements of  ...

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Ivan the Terrible
Ivan the Terrible -- Ivan IV -- was the first Russian ruler to adopt the title czar (caesar), and one of history's great bad guys, known for making Russia a world power while being a brutal, paranoid tyrant. His father died when he was three, and his... More »
Name at Birth: Ivan Chetvyorty Vasilyevich
Born: August 25, 1530 (age 486), Kolomenskoye, Russia
Died: March 28, 1584
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Ivan the Terrible | HISTORY

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Crowned as the first tsar of Russia, he controlled the largest nation on Earth but in ... Ivan IV, grandson of Ivan the Great, was crowned the first czar of all Russia ...

Absolute Terror: Ivan the Terrible

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Abstract. Ivan the IV, or Ivan the Terrible, was tsar of Russia from 1530-1584 and established a tradition of absolute rule. After a childhood of abuse and ...

Biography of Ivan IV the terrible of Russia (1530-1584), Tsar, Rapist ...

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Dec 9, 2011 ... Ivan IV "the Terrible" of Russia (1530-1584) was a cruel tyrant, who never knew the meaning of moderation; he drank too much, laughed too ...