People-Russia

Events

Nikolai Milyutin

1835 - 1866

Ministry of internal Affairs influenced
Favored reform with Slavophile tradition
1859-61largely responsible drafting terms of emancipation of the serfs
Supported establishment of Zemstva

Dmitry Milyutin

1861 - 1881

Trained in military academy and earned rep as military scholar
Analysed reason for defeat in Crimean war
Impact military reforms
Views shared by other members of Russian intelligentsia serfdom help Russia back economically, weakening 'Great Power Status' and morally wrong

Count Dmitry Tolstoy

1865 - 1889

Over-Procurator of Holy Synod 1865-1880
Joined the state council-1860
Minister of Education-1866-1882
Minister of Internal affairs and Chief of the gendarmerie-1882-1889
Elected president of St Petersburg Academy of Science 1882
Wrote books Russian History

Leader

Alexander II

1855 - 1881

Alexander III

1881 - 1894

Nicholas II

1894 - 1917

Lenin

1917 - 1924

Stalin

1924 - 1953

Krushchev

1953 - 1964