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Tzar Alexander I
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    (December 23, 1777-December 1, 1825)
    Born in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
    Emperor of Russia (1801-25)
    Enemy (1801-07), ally (1807-12) and enemy (1812-15) of Napoleon
    He tacitly supported the murder of his father, Tzar Paul I.
    He implemented several liberal reforms early in his reign, then undid them as the years passed.
    He had nine children out of wedlock.
    He died suddenly during a trip to the Crimea and was buried in a closed casket, leading to rumors that he had faked his death and secretly abdicated.
    He always felt rather guilty about how he came to the throne.
    His two legitimate children both died before their second birthday.
    At the end of the Napoleonic wars, he recommended the creation of a 'European Confederation.'
    He was the godfather of Queen Victoria.

Credit: C. Fishel

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