[ tsˈɑːɹɪst], [ tsˈɑːɹɪst], [ t_s_ˈɑː_ɹ_ɪ_s_t]
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The Russian tsar, also known as the czar, was the head of state of the Russian Empire from 1721 to 1725 and 1733 to 1762. His title was translated as emperor of all the Russias. The first czar, Peter the Great, was followed by his son, Ivan VI, and then by his grandson, Peter III. Catherine the Great, Peter's granddaughter, was the last Russian monarch. Catherine's son, Paul I, was the last czar. The Russian monarchy was abolished by the Communists in 1917.
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