czarism

[ zahr-iz-uh m, tsahr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF czarism

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We hope the lessons of Czarism will not be lost on either party.

I read in your article that the turn of Czarism will come after that of Prussianism.

Shall the danger of Czarism continue to threaten West European culture?

The first of these facts was the new aspect of Czarism, its changed status.

But they regarded the alliance of Czarism with the Allies as an unnatural marriage.

"We are Russians, and for that very reason we want Czarism to be defeated," was the cry.

It will always be remembered as the day on which Czarism ceased to exist in Russia.

Germany's democratic leaders repeatedly pointed to Czarism as the evil spirit dominating the Entente.

In the place of existing conditions, it would erect a mob tyranny more degrading to the individual than Czarism or Republicanism.

Now look at the Prussia which was selected in this war to liberate the Russian people from czarism.

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