Word "TSAR" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a male monarch or emperor (especially of Russia prior to 1917)
Synonyms:
czar, tzar

Crossword Clues for TSAR

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Bygone Winter Palace resident New York Times 16 Sep 2022
Despot Eugene Sheffer 14 Sep 2022
Ruler whose title is derived from the name 'Caesar' New York Times 13 Sep 2022
Bolshevik’s foe Wall Street Journal 12 Sep 2022
Fyodor the Blessed, e.g New York Times 09 Sep 2022
Despot Eugene Sheffer 03 Sep 2022
Despot Eugene Sheffer 01 Sep 2022
Russian ruler Eugene Sheffer 29 Aug 2022
Nicholas II, for one Thomas Joseph 24 Aug 2022
Winter Palace monarch LA Times Daily 17 Aug 2022
Russian despot Canadiana 15 Aug 2022
Former Russian ruler Universal 12 Aug 2022
Bygone Russian royal LA Times Daily 11 Aug 2022
Anastasia’s father, for one Wall Street Journal 09 Aug 2022
Russian monarch of old Family Time 07 Aug 2022
Romanov ruler Eugene Sheffer 05 Aug 2022
Old title derived from 'Caesar' USA Today 05 Aug 2022
Pre-1917 Russian ruler USA Today 04 Aug 2022
Serbian Empire title USA Today 01 Aug 2022
Despot Eugene Sheffer 21 Jul 2022
Ivan the Terrible, for one New York Times 19 Jul 2022
Old imperial title New York Times 17 Jul 2022
Ruler of imperialist Russia LA Times Daily 11 Jul 2022
Tyrant Canadiana 11 Jul 2022
Despot of old Premier Sunday 10 Jul 2022
Ruler until 1917 LA Times Daily 10 Jul 2022
Russian ruler Eugene Sheffer 08 Jul 2022
Leader overthrown by a revolution New York Times 06 Jul 2022
Peter the Great, e.g Wall Street Journal 06 Jul 2022
Old Russian ruler Universal 17 Jun 2022
Bygone ruler also spelled with a "cz" Universal 16 Jun 2022
Pre-1917 Russian ruler Universal 11 Jun 2022
Ruler requests a refund in part The Guardian Quiptic 30 May 2022
Old ruler who lived in Saint Petersburg Universal 28 May 2022
Russian royal, once Universal 23 May 2022
Ruler protected by assistants arriving The Times Cryptic 23 May 2022
Russian sovereign LA Times Daily 17 May 2022
Russian sovereign The Washington Post 17 May 2022
Russian dynast The Washington Post 10 May 2022
Russian dynast LA Times Daily 10 May 2022
Russian monarch prior to 1917 Family Time 09 May 2022
Unseen villain in “Fiddler on the Roof” Wall Street Journal 05 May 2022
Nicholas II, for one Thomas Joseph 26 Apr 2022
Pre-10 Across ruler The Washington Post Sunday 17 Apr 2022
Ruler of the past Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2022
*Road goo Universal 25 Mar 2022
Winter Palace resident Wall Street Journal 22 Mar 2022
Those beginning to scheme against reigning monarch The Guardian Cryptic 15 Mar 2022
Despot Eugene Sheffer 08 Mar 2022
Ivan or Peter Canadiana 07 Mar 2022
Peter the Great, e.g The Washington Post 01 Mar 2022
Peter the Great, e.g LA Times Daily 01 Mar 2022
Russian ruler, once Universal 08 Feb 2022
Russian autocrat The Washington Post 07 Feb 2022
Russian autocrat LA Times Daily 07 Feb 2022
Old Russian ruler USA Today 05 Feb 2022
Romanov ruler New York Times 30 Jan 2022
Old monarchical title The Washington Post Sunday 30 Jan 2022
Bridegroom in a Rimsky-Korsakov opera Newsday 22 Jan 2022
Ruler of old Russia Universal 16 Jan 2022
'The Family Romanov' monarch USA Today 16 Jan 2022
Bygone autocrat Wall Street Journal 10 Jan 2022
Pre-Soviet ruler Universal 07 Jan 2022
Bygone Russian ruler Wall Street Journal 03 Jan 2022
Bygone Russian ruler Universal 02 Jan 2022
Despot Eugene Sheffer 31 Dec 2021
Bygone dictator LA Times Daily 30 Dec 2021
Russian Revolution target Universal 26 Dec 2021
Emperor penguins ultimately eaten by sailor The Telegraph Cryptic 15 Dec 2021
Romanov ruler Eugene Sheffer 15 Dec 2021
Alexander I, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 12 Dec 2021
Romanov royal Premier Sunday 12 Dec 2021
Winter Palace monarch LA Times Daily 08 Dec 2021
Old Russian ruler Universal 04 Dec 2021
Ruler of Imperial Russia Wall Street Journal 01 Dec 2021
Bygone Russian ruler USA Today 30 Nov 2021
Ruler in pre-Communist Russia New York Times 22 Nov 2021
Past 15-Across leader LA Times Daily 19 Nov 2021
Old Russian ruler LA Times Daily 14 Nov 2021
Nicholas II, for one Wall Street Journal 06 Nov 2021
The first Fabergé egg was created for one New York Times 04 Nov 2021
Despot Eugene Sheffer 02 Nov 2021
Despot Eugene Sheffer 01 Nov 2021
Romanov ruler Wall Street Journal 23 Oct 2021
Russian emperor The Guardian Speedy 17 Oct 2021
Bygone Russian ruler Universal 11 Oct 2021
Russian ruler Eugene Sheffer 11 Oct 2021
Former resident of Russia's Winter Palace Universal 08 Oct 2021
Russian despot New York Times 05 Oct 2021
Old Russian autocrat Universal 04 Oct 2021
Old overlord Premier Sunday 03 Oct 2021
Former Russian ruler LA Times Daily 30 Sep 2021
Former Russian ruler The Washington Post 30 Sep 2021
Old Russian ruler Wall Street Journal 27 Sep 2021
“May God bless and keep the ___ … far away from us!” (“Fiddler on the Roof” line) New York Times 26 Sep 2021
Russian leader until 1917 Universal 25 Sep 2021
Old Russian ruler Universal 20 Sep 2021
Despot Eugene Sheffer 17 Sep 2021
Nicholas II, for one Thomas Joseph 11 Sep 2021
Russian ruler Eugene Sheffer 10 Sep 2021
Old Russian ruler USA Today 07 Sep 2021
Russian ruler Eugene Sheffer 06 Sep 2021
Pre-U.S.S.R. leader The Washington Post Sunday 05 Sep 2021
Nicholas II, for one Thomas Joseph 30 Aug 2021
Old Russian ruler Irish Times Simplex 26 Aug 2021
Nicholas II, for one Thomas Joseph 25 Aug 2021
Nicholas II, e.g Wall Street Journal 14 Aug 2021
Bygone Russian title USA Today 09 Aug 2021
Bygone autocrat The Washington Post Sunday 08 Aug 2021
Winter Palace resident The Washington Post 08 Aug 2021
Winter Palace resident LA Times Daily 08 Aug 2021
House of Romanov ruler Family Time 02 Aug 2021
Partially backing Starmer as the leader The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Jul 2021
Old Russian ruler New York Times 19 Jul 2021
Bygone ruler The Washington Post 16 Jul 2021
Bygone ruler LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2021
Emperor until 1917 Wall Street Journal 15 Jul 2021
Peter I of Russia, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 11 Jul 2021
Fabergé egg recipient New York Times 10 Jul 2021
Despot Eugene Sheffer 10 Jul 2021
Russian emperor The Telegraph Quick 06 Jul 2021
Old Eurasian ruler The Washington Post 25 Jun 2021
Old Eurasian ruler LA Times Daily 25 Jun 2021
Romanov V.I.P New York Times 18 Jun 2021
Historical lead-in to -evna or -evich New York Times 17 Jun 2021
Winter Palace resident LA Times Daily 26 May 2021
Winter Palace resident The Washington Post 26 May 2021
Boris Godunov, for one New York Times 19 May 2021
Peter or Paul (but not Mary) LA Times Daily 11 May 2021
Peter or Paul (but not Mary) The Washington Post 11 May 2021
Old autocrat Premier Sunday 09 May 2021
Ciphers removed in strip-search of despot Irish Times Crosaire 30 Apr 2021
Despot Eugene Sheffer 30 Apr 2021
Ruler hidden in 'sports arena' USA Today 17 Apr 2021
Old ruling title in Bulgaria USA Today 07 Apr 2021
Catherine Palace ruler USA Today 04 Apr 2021
Despot The Telegraph Quick 01 Apr 2021
Nicholas II, for one Wall Street Journal 31 Mar 2021
Anastasia Romanov's father, for one Universal 28 Mar 2021
Bygone ruler Premier Sunday 21 Mar 2021
Old autocrat LA Times Daily 11 Mar 2021
Old autocrat The Washington Post 11 Mar 2021
Alexander I, for one Universal 09 Mar 2021
Bygone Russian ruler Universal 04 Mar 2021
Old despot The Washington Post 26 Feb 2021
Old despot LA Times Daily 26 Feb 2021
Old Russian ruler Irish Times Simplex 22 Feb 2021
'The Kitchen Boy' monarch USA Today 21 Feb 2021
Romanov ruler USA Today 17 Feb 2021
Former Russian ruler Newsday 07 Feb 2021
Bygone royalty New York Times 31 Jan 2021
Pre-Communist leader Universal 24 Jan 2021
Russian ruler Eugene Sheffer 19 Jan 2021
Peter, for one Wall Street Journal 12 Jan 2021
Ruler in 'War and Peace' USA Today 10 Jan 2021
Romanov title LA Times Daily 20 Dec 2020
Romanov title The Washington Post 20 Dec 2020
Type of old Russian leader Family Time 14 Dec 2020
Bygone despot LA Times Daily 06 Dec 2020
Former Russian title USA Today 03 Dec 2020
Onetime title for Bulgaria's Simeon II, the last person to use it New York Times 28 Nov 2020
Winter Palace monarch LA Times Daily 01 Nov 2020
Winter Palace monarch The Washington Post 01 Nov 2020
Former Bulgarian monarch New York Times 23 Oct 2020
Former Russian ruler USA Today 16 Oct 2020
Former Russian ruler Universal 13 Oct 2020
More out there New York Times 11 Oct 2020
Bygone Russian leader Family Time 11 Oct 2020
October Revolution target Wall Street Journal 10 Oct 2020
Bygone Russian title The Washington Post 09 Oct 2020
Bygone Russian title LA Times Daily 09 Oct 2020
'Russian Ark' title USA Today 07 Oct 2020
Pre-1917 ruler The Washington Post Sunday 06 Sep 2020
Old Russian ruler USA Today 05 Sep 2020
Bygone Russian title Universal 01 Sep 2020
Peter the Great, e.g Universal 16 Aug 2020
Bygone Russian ruler USA Today 14 Aug 2020
Religious follower mostly backing despot The Telegraph Toughie 07 Aug 2020
Bygone Russian bigwig Universal 05 Aug 2020
Ivan or Peter, e.g New York Times 22 Jul 2020
Ruler of old Russia USA Today 16 Jul 2020
Target of a 1917 ouster Wall Street Journal 14 Jul 2020
Nicholas II was the last one Universal 13 Jul 2020
Ivan the Terrible, for one Universal 06 Jul 2020
Russian lead-in to -evich or -evna New York Times 27 Jun 2020
Deposed Russian ruler The Washington Post 18 Jun 2020
Deposed Russian ruler LA Times Daily 18 Jun 2020
Bygone despot The Washington Post 10 Jun 2020
Peter the Great, e.g The Washington Post 17 May 2020
Alexis or Peter, e.g Premier Sunday 17 May 2020
Peter the Great, e.g LA Times Daily 17 May 2020
Nicholas II, say Irish Times Simplex 15 May 2020
Former Russian ruler The Guardian Speedy 10 May 2020
Despot Canadiana 27 Apr 2020
Crimean War leader New York Times 24 Apr 2020
Russia's Alexis I, e.g Premier Sunday 19 Apr 2020
The straight approach initially, then right tyrant The Telegraph Cryptic 18 Apr 2020
Vasily IV, for one Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2020
Winter Palace ruler Wall Street Journal 04 Apr 2020
Ousted ruler of 1917 Universal 29 Mar 2020
Old Russian ruler LA Times Daily 25 Mar 2020
Old Russian ruler The Washington Post 25 Mar 2020
Bygone Bulgarian bigwig LA Times Daily 21 Mar 2020
Bygone Bulgarian bigwig The Washington Post 21 Mar 2020
'A Life for the ___' (Mikhail Glinka opera) New York Times 08 Mar 2020
Ruler in the Romanov line New York Times 03 Mar 2020
Russian emperor The Sun Two Speed 22 Feb 2020
Emperor The Telegraph Quick 22 Feb 2020
Tyrant in flats arrested The Sun Two Speed 22 Feb 2020
Ruler in old Moscow USA Today 17 Feb 2020
Alexandra's husband was one Family Time 16 Feb 2020
Nicholas I was one Family Time 10 Feb 2020
Bygone monarch
Ivan or Nicholas LA Times Daily 03 Feb 2020
Ivan or Nicholas The Washington Post 03 Feb 2020
Peter or Paul (but not Mary) New York Times 02 Feb 2020
Peter or Paul (but not Mary)
Royal until 1917 The Washington Post 19 Jan 2020
Royal until 1917 LA Times Daily 19 Jan 2020
Russian ruler no more Family Time 30 Dec 2019
Russian ruler of old Family Time 16 Dec 2019
Romanov royal of Russia Jonesin 26 Nov 2019
Emperor of Russia The Guardian Speedy 27 Oct 2019
Ruler until 1917 The Washington Post 13 Oct 2019
Ruler until 1917 LA Times Daily 13 Oct 2019
Kremlin inhabitant of old Universal 11 Oct 2019
Emperor of Russia New York Times 02 Oct 2019
Title until 1917 The Washington Post Sunday 29 Sep 2019
Winter Palace user Wall Street Journal 21 Sep 2019
Royal Russian, long ago Family Time 16 Sep 2019
Peter or Nicholas Universal 14 Sep 2019
Potentate The Telegraph Quick 07 Sep 2019
Romanov ruler Wall Street Journal 31 Aug 2019
Ruler advised by boyars The Washington Post Sunday 11 Aug 2019
Bygone dynast LA Times Daily 19 Jul 2019
Bygone dynast The Washington Post 19 Jul 2019
Old Russian monarch Universal 18 Jul 2019
Ivan the Terrible, e.g The Washington Post 17 Jul 2019
Ivan the Terrible, e.g LA Times Daily 17 Jul 2019
Russian ruler Canadiana 15 Jul 2019
Nicholas II was the last USA Today 11 Jul 2019
Title based on the name 'Caesar' New York Times 04 Jul 2019
Title also spelled with a "cz" Universal 16 Jun 2019
Russian Revolution target New York Times 11 Jun 2019
Romanov royal Premier Sunday 09 Jun 2019
Russian emperor, once Universal 07 Jun 2019
Pre-1917 ruler New York Times 27 May 2019
Powerful man buried in crypt's a Romanov The Telegraph Cryptic 25 May 2019
Ruler until 1917 Wall Street Journal 04 May 2019
Winter Palace figure Wall Street Journal 01 May 2019
Bolshevik's foe New York Times 28 Apr 2019
Old Russian ruler New York Times 23 Apr 2019
Romanov leader New York Times 16 Apr 2019
Old Russian title that's an anagram of 57-Down New York Times 15 Apr 2019
Boris Godunov, for one LA Times Daily 07 Apr 2019
Boris Godunov, for one The Washington Post 07 Apr 2019
Nicholas II was the last one New York Times 07 Apr 2019
See 84-Down Wall Street Journal 06 Apr 2019
Ivan IV, from 1547 to 1584 LA Times Daily 29 Mar 2019
Ivan IV, from 1547 to 1584 The Washington Post 29 Mar 2019
Russian ruler The Telegraph Quick 20 Mar 2019
Onetime ruler in the Winter Palace New York Times 20 Mar 2019
Ivan or Peter Universal 14 Mar 2019
'The Tale of ___ Saltan' (Rimsky-Korsakov opera) New York Times 13 Mar 2019
Title derived from 'Caesar' The Washington Post 10 Mar 2019
Title derived from "Caesar" LA Times Daily 10 Mar 2019
Peter or Paul New York Times 06 Mar 2019
Despot of old Premier Sunday 17 Feb 2019
Supremo The Telegraph Quick 02 Feb 2019
Nicholas II was the last Wall Street Journal 24 Jan 2019
Autocrat of old Wall Street Journal 19 Jan 2019
Ruler of old Russia New York Times 07 Jan 2019
Romanov leader
Bygone Russian ruler
Ruler until 1917
Old Russian monarch
Boris Godunov, for one
Old Russian ruler
Kremlin inhabitant of old
Ruler until 1917
Romanov ruler
Nicholas II was the last
Autocrat of old
"The Tale of ___ Saltan" (Rimsky-Korsakov opera)
Pre-1917 ruler
Nicholas II was the last one
Peter or Paul
Old Russian ruler
Old Russian title that's an anagram of 57-Down
Bolshevik's foe
Onetime ruler in the Winter Palace
Old autocrat
Peter the Great, e.g.
Nicholas II was the last
See 84-Down
Title based on the name "Caesar"
Ivan the Terrible, e.g.
Ivan IV, from 1547 to 1584
Romanov ruler
Ivan or Peter
Title also spelled with a "cz"
Russian emperor, once
Peter or Nicholas
Bygone dynast
Former Russian ruler
Ivan or Nicholas
Title derived from "Caesar"
Ivan the Terrible, for one
Ruler of old Russia
Russian Revolution target
Winter Palace figure
Winter Palace user
Emperor of Russia
Nicholas I, for one Universal 26 Dec 2018
Nicholas, for one LA Times Daily 23 Dec 2018
Nicholas, for one The Washington Post 23 Dec 2018
Kremlin dweller, once Universal 21 Dec 2018
Russian despot Canadiana 03 Dec 2018
Evictor of the Jews in 'Fiddler on the Roof' New York Times 02 Dec 2018
Fabergé egg collector New York Times 01 Dec 2018
Way-bygone monarch Universal 23 Nov 2018
Bolshevik's foe The Washington Post Sunday 18 Nov 2018
Old Russian ruler Family Time 18 Nov 2018
Russian ruler no more Universal 11 Nov 2018
Ruler of Russia Wall Street Journal 10 Nov 2018
Russian leader (once) The Telegraph Quick 31 Oct 2018
Nicholas II's title Universal 31 Oct 2018
Romanov's title Family Time 28 Oct 2018
Anastasia's pop, for one Universal 13 Oct 2018
Pre-revolution ruler Universal 09 Oct 2018
Russian leader, once Universal 06 Oct 2018
Former Slavic ruler The Washington Post Sunday 23 Sep 2018
Pre-revolution leader Universal 17 Sep 2018
Nicholas I, for one Family Time 10 Sep 2018
Peter I, e.g Jonesin 04 Sep 2018
Way-old ruler Universal 04 Sep 2018
Ruler not seen since 1917 Universal 27 Aug 2018
Tolstoy's ruler Family Time 06 Aug 2018
Old Russian bigwig Universal 04 Aug 2018
Deposed autocrat Wall Street Journal 31 Jul 2018
Ruler of long ago Universal 25 Jul 2018
Great Imperial Crown ruler Universal 23 Jul 2018
Ruler of old Universal 21 Jul 2018
Bygone title Universal 06 Jul 2018
Russian leader it is fair to ignore on a regular basis The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Jul 2018
Peter or Paul, but not Mary New York Times 22 Jun 2018
Ruler of Russia no more Family Time 11 Jun 2018
Nicholas, for one Universal 30 May 2018
Nicholas I or II, e.g Jonesin 29 May 2018
Russian monarch of yore Universal 18 May 2018
Ruler no longer Family Time 14 May 2018
Content of constant sarcasm of foreign despot Irish Times Crosaire 12 May 2018
Former autocrat The Washington Post 10 May 2018
Former autocrat LA Times Daily 10 May 2018
Romanov sovereign Wall Street Journal 01 May 2018
Romanov ruler New York Times 30 Apr 2018
Old Russian ruler Premier Sunday 29 Apr 2018
Russian ruler, once Family Time 29 Apr 2018
Boris Godunov, e.g Wall Street Journal 21 Apr 2018
Ruler long gone Universal 16 Apr 2018
Issuer of ukases New York Times 12 Apr 2018
Winter Palace inhabitant, once Universal 08 Apr 2018
Old type of Russian ruler Family Time 02 Apr 2018
Russian autocrat Premier Sunday 01 Apr 2018
'Time it right,' he ruled The Telegraph Toughie 23 Mar 2018
Compliments Aristophanes' content of The Emperor Irish Times Crosaire 23 Mar 2018
Peter the Great, for one New York Times 20 Mar 2018
Beats a retreat, protecting powerful ruler The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Mar 2018
Old Russian leader LA Times Daily 13 Mar 2018
Old Russian leader The Washington Post 13 Mar 2018
Onetime Winter Palace occupant Family Time 11 Mar 2018
Ex-leader of Russia Universal 11 Mar 2018
Alexander or Peter Universal 09 Mar 2018
Nicholas II was the last one Jonesin 06 Mar 2018
Napoleon foe Alexander I, e.g The Chronicle of Higher Education 23 Feb 2018
Winter Palace resident Family Time 18 Feb 2018
Peter or Paul, but not Mary Family Time 22 Jan 2018
Russian ruler, before 1917 Jonesin 16 Jan 2018
Nicholas II's title
Great Imperial Crown ruler
Kremlin dweller, once
Bygone title
Bygone despot
Nicholas I, for one
Slavic monarch
Ruler of Russia
Romanov sovereign
Deposed autocrat
Boris Godunov, e.g.
Bygone autocrat
Anastasia's pop, for one
Winter Palace resident
Nicholas, for one
Former autocrat
Deposed Russian ruler
Fabergé egg collector
Issuer of ukases
Peter or Paul, but not Mary
Peter the Great, for one
Romanov ruler
Evictor of the Jews in "Fiddler on the Roof"
Nicholas, for one
Old Russian bigwig
Pre-revolution leader
Pre-revolution ruler
Ruler long gone
Ruler not seen since 1917
Ruler of long ago
Ruler of old
Russian head, once
Napoleon foe Alexander I, e.g.
Russian leader, once
Russian monarch of yore
Russian ruler no more
Way-bygone monarch
Way-old ruler
Winter Palace inhabitant, once
Russian ruler New York Times 20 Dec 2017
Old Russian emperor The Sun Two Speed 10 Dec 2017
Holding back drastic ruler The Sun Two Speed 10 Dec 2017
Leader wearing the Great Imperial Crown New York Times 10 Dec 2017
Bygone royal The Washington Post Sunday 10 Dec 2017
Russian emperor The Times Concise 04 Dec 2017
Russian ruler, once Universal 18 Nov 2017
Peter the Great, e.g New York Times 13 Nov 2017
Alexis I, e.g Premier Sunday 12 Nov 2017
Old ruler of Russia Universal 26 Oct 2017
Tyrant's title until 1917 Universal 24 Oct 2017
Nicholas II, for one Universal 20 Oct 2017
Leader with a title derived from the name 'Caesar' New York Times 18 Oct 2017
Nicholas II was the last one LA Times Daily 12 Oct 2017
Nicholas II was the last one The Washington Post 12 Oct 2017
Victim of a revolution New York Times 08 Oct 2017
Old Russian ruler Universal 07 Oct 2017
Prerevolution autocrat The Chronicle of Higher Education 06 Oct 2017
Russia had one in the 20th century LA Times Daily 08 Sep 2017
Russia had one in the 20th century The Washington Post 08 Sep 2017
Deposed Russian of old Family Time 28 Aug 2017
Supremo starts to think seriously about reform The Telegraph Toughie 08 Aug 2017
Pre-1917 despot New York Times 02 Aug 2017
Winter Palace ruler The Washington Post 30 Jul 2017
Winter Palace ruler LA Times Daily 30 Jul 2017
Bolshevik's target New York Times 28 Jul 2017
Russian ruler The Times Concise 20 Jul 2017
Peter or Ivan, historically Family Time 17 Jul 2017
Simeon I of Bulgaria, e.g Premier Sunday 02 Jul 2017
Ruler pre-1917 Family Time 02 Jul 2017
Russian ruler of yore Premier Sunday 25 Jun 2017
Crimean War leader LA Times Daily 22 Jun 2017
Crimean War leader The Washington Post 22 Jun 2017
Pre-Red head New York Times 22 Jun 2017
Winter Palace occupant Wall Street Journal 17 Jun 2017
Pre-1917 autocrat Family Time 11 Jun 2017
Russian emperor The Telegraph Quick 05 Jun 2017
1917 revolution victim Universal 22 May 2017
Ruler that doesn't work anymore The Washington Post 12 May 2017
Ruler that doesn't work anymore LA Times Daily 12 May 2017
Anastasia's father's title Universal 06 May 2017
Catherine Palace resident Wall Street Journal 25 Apr 2017
Bygone big shot Wall Street Journal 19 Apr 2017
1917 dethronee New York Times 19 Apr 2017
Bygone autocrat Premier Sunday 16 Apr 2017
Leaders of the Spanish Armada rescued emperor Irish Times Crosaire 11 Apr 2017
Pre-1917 bigwig Family Time 10 Apr 2017
Alternative way to write "czar" Family Time 02 Apr 2017
Alexander III or Nicholas II Wall Street Journal 01 Apr 2017
Pre-revolution bigwig LA Times Daily 25 Mar 2017
Emperor Haile Selassie's follower mostly rejected The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Mar 2017
Pre-revolution bigwig The Washington Post 25 Mar 2017
Hats off to South Africa�s rugby adjudicator The Telegraph Toughie 17 Mar 2017
Many an Ivan, in old Russia LA Times Daily 21 Feb 2017
Winter Palace ruler of old Universal 18 Feb 2017
Russian leader until 1917 Universal 13 Feb 2017
Russian leader up to 1917 Universal 11 Feb 2017
Bygone Winter Palace resident New York Times 02 Feb 2017
Peter or Ivan the Terrible, e.g Universal 30 Jan 2017
Nicholas II, for one The Washington Post 27 Jan 2017
Russian ruler of the past Wall Street Journal 23 Jan 2017
Totalitarian of old The Washington Post 18 Jan 2017
Russian ruler until 1917 LA Times Daily 16 Jan 2017
Old Russian dynast LA Times Daily 15 Jan 2017
Monarch of old Universal 07 Jan 2017
Boris Godunov was one Universal 04 Jan 2017
Tyrant's title until 1917
Victim of a revolution
Russian ruler
Pre-Red head
Pre-1917 despot
Peter the Great, e.g.
Crimean War leader
Nicholas II was the last one
Old Russian dynast
Old despot
Ruler that doesn't work anymore
Russia had one in the 20th century
Russian ruler until 1917
Winter Palace ruler
Leader with a title derived from the name "Caesar"
Leader wearing the Great Imperial Crown
Bygone Winter Palace resident
Bolshevik's target
1917 dethronee
Prerevolution autocrat
1917 revolution victim
Anastasia's father's title
Boris Godunov was one
Monarch of old
Nicholas II, for one
Old Russian ruler
Old ruler of Russia
Peter or Ivan the Terrible, e.g.
Winter Palace ruler of old
Russian ruler, once
Mighty monarch no more Universal 20 Dec 2016
Kremlin VIP, once Universal 27 Nov 2016
Peter or Paul, but not Mary USA Today 21 Nov 2016
Ruler of yore Premier Sunday 20 Nov 2016
Winter Palace resident New York Times 08 Nov 2016
Alexis I, for one USA Today 03 Nov 2016
Russian ruler Wall Street Journal 26 Oct 2016
Russian ruler The Guardian Speedy 22 Oct 2016
Early 20th-century abdicator New York Times 13 Oct 2016
Bolshevik's quarry The Washington Post 12 Oct 2016
Position last held in Russia by Nicholas II The Telegraph General Knowledge 09 Oct 2016
Romanov ruler The Washington Post 05 Oct 2016
The last one was Nicholas II Universal 06 Sep 2016
Russian leader succeeded in turning informer The Times Cryptic 26 Aug 2016
Onetime Russian ruler Family Time 14 Aug 2016
"Arts" anagram Universal 08 Aug 2016
Winter Palace autocrat New York Times 26 Jul 2016
Target of a 1917 uprising New York Times 21 Jul 2016
Leader issuing a ukase New York Times 17 Jul 2016
Old Russian despot Universal 13 Jul 2016
Bygone autocrat LA Times Daily 10 Jul 2016
Pre-1917 ruler Family Time 10 Jul 2016
Supreme authority The Telegraph Quick 02 Jul 2016
Despised figure in 'Fiddler on the Roof' New York Times 29 Jun 2016
Peter the Great or Ivan the Terrible The Washington Post 27 Jun 2016
Peter or Paul LA Times Daily 26 Jun 2016
Many an Ivan LA Times Daily 12 Jun 2016
Any old Russian ruler Universal 08 Jun 2016
Russian bigwig, pre-1917 Family Time 06 Jun 2016
Old overlord Premier Sunday 29 May 2016
Emperor that hasn't been around for 99 years Jonesin 24 May 2016
Old Russian bigwig Premier Sunday 01 May 2016
Khan : Mongolia :: ___ : Russia New York Times 24 Apr 2016
Former Kremlin resident The Chronicle of Higher Education 22 Apr 2016
Russian dynast The Chronicle of Higher Education 01 Apr 2016
Bygone despot Eugene Sheffer 22 Mar 2016
Nicholas I was one Universal 17 Mar 2016
Russian bigwig, pre-1917 Universal 12 Mar 2016
Title for a Romanov USA Today 06 Mar 2016
Central figure in a Mussorgsky opera New York Times 24 Feb 2016
Ivan the Terrible was Russia's first Family Time 14 Feb 2016
Old despot of Russia Premier Sunday 31 Jan 2016
Old Russian leader The Sun Two Speed 30 Jan 2016
Emperor held by Brits, a Russian The Sun Two Speed 30 Jan 2016
Ruler opposed by the Bolsheviks Family Time 25 Jan 2016
Alexandra's husband USA Today 22 Jan 2016
Autocrat of yore Universal 16 Jan 2016
Russian ruler until 1917 USA Today 15 Jan 2016
Winter Palace ruler Eugene Sheffer 04 Jan 2016
Former Russian leader
Target of a 1917 uprising
Any old Russian ruler
Russian ruler until 1917
Bygone Russian ruler
Alexandra's husband
Former Kremlin resident
Autocrat of yore
Winter Palace autocrat
Mighty monarch no more
Old Russian despot
Onetime Russian ruler
Bygone autocrat
Leader issuing a ukase
Peter or Paul
Many an Ivan
Despised figure in "Fiddler on the Roof"
Russian dynast
Early 20th-century abdicator
Winter Palace resident
"Arts" anagram
Romanov leader Eugene Sheffer 23 Dec 2015
Onetime Russian ruler Universal 21 Dec 2015
Bygone Russian despot Universal 16 Dec 2015
Ruler upset artist and holy man The Sun Two Speed 10 Dec 2015
Nicholas II, e.g Wall Street Journal 08 Dec 2015
Winter Palace resident, once USA Today 06 Dec 2015
Old authoritarian Wall Street Journal 04 Dec 2015
Russian ruler once The Telegraph Quick 02 Dec 2015
Nicholas I or II, e.g Universal 30 Nov 2015
Ivan was one USA Today 28 Nov 2015
Leader replaced by a chairman The Washington Post 18 Nov 2015
Nicholas I or II, e.g USA Today 06 Nov 2015
Romanov ruler Premier Sunday 01 Nov 2015
Romanov ruler Eugene Sheffer 27 Oct 2015
Ruler opposed by the Bolsheviks Universal 24 Oct 2015
Despotic ruler USA Today 24 Oct 2015
Star disguised as old Russian ruler The Sun Two Speed 24 Oct 2015
Autocrat until 1917 Universal 17 Oct 2015
Autocrat until 1917 USA Today 04 Oct 2015
Ivan or Nicholas, e.g Universal 03 Oct 2015
Romanov title Premier Sunday 30 Aug 2015
Russian ruler before 1917 USA Today 18 Aug 2015
Boris Godunov, for one USA Today 12 Aug 2015
Anagram for "rats" Universal 07 Aug 2015
Bygone despot USA Today 06 Aug 2015
Ruler of old USA Today 05 Aug 2015
Russian head, once Universal 04 Aug 2015
Onetime Russian monarch LA Times Daily 02 Aug 2015
Old emperor Premier Sunday 02 Aug 2015
Ivan the Terrible, e.g Universal 25 Jul 2015
Boris Godunov, for one Universal 20 Jul 2015
Russian despot of old Universal 12 Jul 2015
Nicholas II, for one Family Time 12 Jul 2015
Livadia Palace resident Wall Street Journal 26 Jun 2015
Bygone despot Universal 21 Jun 2015
Russian despot LA Times Daily 15 Jun 2015
Russian ruler of old Universal 14 Jun 2015
That's a ruler -- the ruler hiding there! The Telegraph Cryptic 12 Jun 2015
Russian ruler (S, not Z) The Times Concise 04 Jun 2015
Ruler of Muscovy New York Times 03 Jun 2015
Ruler no more USA Today 18 May 2015
Peter or Ivan Canadiana 18 May 2015
Bygone autocrat Universal 27 Apr 2015
Bygone leader USA Today 26 Apr 2015
Bygone title USA Today 12 Apr 2015
Ruler finally executed in drastic uprising The Telegraph Cryptic 12 Apr 2015
Russian leader before 1917 Universal 07 Apr 2015
Emperor in knight's armour The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Apr 2015
Rats (anag) The Guardian Quick 04 Apr 2015
Guy sarcastically blessed in ''Fiddler on the Roof'' Newsday 04 Apr 2015
Nicholas I or II Universal 31 Mar 2015
Another spelling for 13-Down USA Today 30 Mar 2015
Alexandra's husband was one Universal 24 Mar 2015
February Revolution target New York Times 18 Mar 2015
Russian leader until 1917 USA Today 17 Mar 2015
Romanov autocrat Premier Sunday 15 Mar 2015
Pre-1917 autocrat The Chronicle of Higher Education 13 Mar 2015
Romanov ruler Universal 12 Mar 2015
Russian despot Universal 18 Feb 2015
Pre-revolutionary ruler (Var.) Universal 06 Feb 2015
Russian ruler of old (Var.) Universal 04 Feb 2015
Kaiser cousin (Var.) Universal 30 Jan 2015
Pre-revolution ruler USA Today 29 Jan 2015
Onetime Russian ruler USA Today 26 Jan 2015
One spelling for a former Russian ruler Universal 20 Jan 2015
Autocrat of yore USA Today 18 Jan 2015
Bygone monarch New York Times 15 Jan 2015
Onetime Kremlin dweller (Var.) Universal 15 Jan 2015
99-Down, for one Premier Sunday 11 Jan 2015
Bygone Russian leader USA Today 07 Jan 2015
February Revolution target
Russian ruler of old (Var.)
Russian ruler of old
Russian leader before 1917
Russian despot of old
Russian despot
Ruler opposed by the Bolsheviks
Pre-revolutionary ruler (Var.)
Onetime Kremlin dweller (Var.)
One spelling for a former Russian ruler
Nicholas I or II, e.g.
Nicholas I or II
Kaiser cousin (Var.)
Ivan the Terrible, e.g.
Ivan or Nicholas, e.g.
Bygone Russian despot
Boris Godunov, for one
Autocrat until 1917
Anagram for "rats"
Alexandra's husband was one
Romanov title
Romanov ruler
Romanov autocrat
Old emperor
Bygone ruler
99-Down, for one
Guy sarcastically blessed in "Fiddler on the Roof"
Pre-1917 autocrat
Another spelling for 13-Down
Autocrat of yore
Autocrat until 1917
Boris Godunov, for one
Bygone Russian leader
Bygone despot
Bygone leader
Bygone title
Despotic ruler
Bygone autocrat
Ivan was one
Nicholas I or II, e.g.
Onetime Russian ruler
Pre-revolution ruler
Romanov ruler
Ruler no more
Ruler of old
Russian leader until 1917
Russian ruler before 1917
Winter Palace resident, once
1917 revolution target
Onetime ruler
Livadia Palace resident
Nicholas II, e.g.
Old authoritarian
Ousted autocrat of 1917
Russian ruler of yore
Peter the Great, e.g.
Nicholas II, for one
Nicholas I or II
Leader replaced by a chairman
Former Russian autocrat
Boris Godunov, for one
Ruler of Muscovy
Russian despot
Onetime Russian monarch
Romanov ruler
Russian ruler
"The Tale of __ Saltan" (Russian folk story)
Bygone monarch (Var.)
Title for a Romanov
Russian ruler, once
Fabergé-egg holder?
Russian ruler of old
Russian autocrat
Ruler before Lenin
Romanov title
Pre-revolutionary ruler
Pre-1917 autocrat
Pre-1917 Russian ruler
Old emperor of Russia
Old autocrat
Nicholas, for one
Nicholas I or II
Moscow monarch, once
Autocrat of old
"God Save the __!": Russian Empire anthem
Autocrat
Top Romanov (Var.)
Alexandra's husband was one
1917 abdicator
Anastasia's father, for one
Ivan or Nicholas
Old Russian autocrat
Pre-1917 autocrat
Title derived from the name "Caesar"
Russian overlord
February Revolution victim
Ruler until 1917
Pre-1917 autocrat
Old Russian despot
Nicholas or Peter
Fabergé egg recipient
Bygone ruler
Bygone big shot
Alexandra's Nicholas, for one
Despot of old
Russian ruler of yore
Alexandra's husband
Autocrat until 1917 (Var.)
Autocratic ruler
Big wheel pre-1917 (Var.)
Bygone autocrat (Var.)
Bygone leader (Var.)
Erstwhile despot (Var.)
Former despot (Var.)
Ivan the Terrible's title (Var.)
Nicholas I was one
Nicholas II was the last
Nicholas, for one
Old Russian autocrat (Var.)
Old Russian bigwig (Var.)
Old Russian royal (Var.)
Old autocrat
Old autocrat (Var.)
Old head of state
Peter the Great, for one (Var.)
Pre-revolution ruler (Var.)
Romanov dynasty member (Var.)
Russian sovereign, once (Var.)
Peterhof Palace resident
Old Russian royal
Former Russian autocrat
Pre-communism leader (Var.)
Crimean War figure
__ Bell (Kremlin attraction)
Despot
Anastasia's father, e.g.
Peter I, for one
Alexis I, e.g.
Ruined Russian ruler
Romanov ruler
Ivan or Peter
Late 19th-century anarchist's foe
Old Russian monarch
Ivan IV was Russia's first
Bygone monarch
Anastasia's father was one
Abdicator of 1917
Anastasia's father, e.g.
Bolshevik target
Deposed Russian ruler
Ex-leader of Russia
Nicholas II was the last one
Old Russian leader
One-time Kremlin dweller
Onetime Kremlin dweller
Peter I, for one
Pre-Soviet royalty
Pre-Soviet ruler
Ruler over Tolstoy
Russia's Nicholas, for one
Singular of 45-Down
Winter Palace denizen
Variation of 6-Across
Abdicator of 1917
Bygone Russian despot
Ivan the Terrible, e.g.
Member of an old Russian line
Old Russian monarch
Peterhof Palace resident
Ruler in old St. Petersburg
Toppled tyrant
Winter Palace resident
Russian Revolution victim
Ruler opposed by the Bolsheviks
Winter Palace denizen
Pre-Soviet royalty
Pre-Lenin Russian ruler
Pre-Russian Revolution ruler
Anastasia's father was one
Bygone Kremlin resident
Despot until 1917
Ivan the Terrible, for one
Romanov bigwig
Deposed despot
White Russian
Winter Palace dweller
Peter the Great, e.g.
Nicholas II, for one
Ivan the Terrible, e.g.
Bolshevik foe
"Arts" anagram
Toppled tyrant
Ruler in old St. Petersburg
Old Russian monarch
Member of an old Russian line
Bygone Russian despot
Abdicator of 1917
Bolshevik's quarry
Onetime Russian leader
Erstwhile Russian sovereign
Kaiser's counterpart
Russian leader of old
Old Russian despot
Emperor of Russia
Bygone autocrat
A ruler before the revolution
Pre-1917 ruler
Bygone royal Russian
Ivan IV, for one
Nicholas II, e.g.
Old Russian dynast
Old Russian noble
Old Russian ruler
Old autocrat
Romanov title
Unseen "Fiddler on the Roof" tyrant
Autocrat until 1917
Former Russian despot
Former Russian royalty
Nicholas, for one
Peter I, for one
Pre-1917 despot
Winter Palace despot
Bygone royal Russian
Ivan IV, for one
Nicholas II, e.g.
Old Russian noble
Romanov title
Unseen "Fiddler on the Roof" tyrant
Romanov ruler
Russian ruler
Russian ruler of old
Peter the Great, e.g.
Russia's Alexis I, e.g.
Russian autocrat
1917 revolution casualty
Abdicator of 1917
Alexandra Feodorovna's husband, for one
Alexandra's Nicholas, for one
An anagram for "rats"
Emperor of Russia
Former Kremlin resident
Former absolute ruler
Leader executed by the Bolsheviks
Peter I was one
Peter I, for one
Pre-1917 ruler
Ruler in Rimsky-Korsakov operas
Ruler in old St. Petersburg
Title in Russian history
1917 revolution casualty
A ruler before the revolution
All-powerful ruler
An anagram for "rats"
Anastasia's daddy, for one
Boris Godunov, e.g.
Bygone Russian autocrat
Defunct ruler
Former Russian monarch
Former Winter Palace resident
Nicholas I was one
Old Russian leader
Old crowned head
Peter the Great, e.g.
Pre-Communism leader
Pre-Communist leader
Pre-Lenin Russian ruler
Pre-communist leader
Ruler who lived in the Winter Palace
Russian leader before 1917
Russian ruler
Winter Palace resident
Fabergé patron
Peter the Great, for one
Winter Palace resident
Bygone despot
Bygone ruler
Father of a grand duke
Figure in a Rimsky-Korsakov opera
Former St. Petersburg royal
Old Russian despot
Old royal
Peter, e.g.
Absolute ruler before the revolution
Russian monarch
Old Russian ruler
Pre-World War I ruler
Nicholas or Alexander
Autocrat of old
House of Fabergé patron
Bolshevik target
Former Russian royal
Michael, e.g.
Pre-Communist autocrat
Bygone Russian ruler
Villagers' tormentor in "Fiddler on the Roof"
Title of the first Fabergé egg owner
Russian ruler of yore
Peter the Great, for one
Anagram for 31-Down
Autocratic ruler
Old Russian royal
The last was Nicholas II
Bygone Russian ruler
Old Russian despot
Rimsky-Korsakov's "The Tale of ___ Saltan"
Former despot
Turn-of-the-century Russian ruler
Bygone ruler
Bygone ruler
Former despot
Old Russian despot
Peter the Great, for one
Russian ruler of yore
Title of the first Fabergé egg owner
Opponent of Napoleon
Villagers' tormentor in "Fiddler on the Roof"
Russian ruler, of yore
Winter Palace resident, once
Winter Palace resident
Ruler until 1917
Rasputin's advisee
Pre-Communist autocrat
Pre-1917 autocrat
Old ruler
Mikhail Romanov, e.g.
Bygone sovereign
Big man in Russia, once
Autocrat of old
Romanov ruler
Ruler whose more common spelling is rare in crosswords
Noted victim of 1917
One-time Winter Palace occupant
Nicholas II of Russia, for one
Mikhail Romanov, e.g.
Ivan the Terrible, e.g.
Winter Palace dweller, once
Winter Palace VIP
Pre-Lenin leader
Peter or Paul, but not Mary
Bolshevik foe
Old imperator
Former ruler
Erstwhile autocrat
Deposed despot
Bolshevik foe
Boris Godunov, e.g.
Pre-1917 Russian ruler
Royal Russian of yore
Royal Russian of yore
Ukase issuer
Type of despot
Russian ruler of yore
Pre-Russian Revolution ruler
Pre-1917 monarch
Leader overthrown in 1917
Deposed despot
Old Russian despot
Pre-1917 Russian ruler
Catherine Palace resident, once
Winter Palace ruler
Mikhail Romanov, e.g.
Peter or Paul, but not Mary
Bygone Russian despot
Autocrat of old
Boris Godunov, e.g.
Title in Russian history
Crimean War leader
Title derived from "Caesar"
Peter or Ivan
Russian ruler of old
Pre-Communist leader
Onetime Kremlin dweller
Early 1900s ruler
Male monarch
Winter Palace ruler
Old overlord
Fabergé Egg collector
Bygone despot
Autocrat until 1917
Ivan or Feodor
Peter I, II or III
Bolsheviks' bane
1917 abdicator
Nicholas II was the last
Title for a Romanov
The last was Nicholas II
Bolshevik foe
Old monarch
Peter the Great, e.g.
Romanov ruler
Russian despot
Nicholas II, e.g.
Russian despot
Russian dynast
Russian ruler before the revolution
Russian emperor
Russian anarchists' foe, once
Russian Revolution victim
Ruler of the past
Pre-1917 Russian ruler
Ruler's title derived from "Caesar"
Romanov ruler
"Terrible" title
Old monarch
Nicholas II was the last
Bolsheviks' bane
Old totalitarian ruler
Old monarch
Loser of 1917
Leader opposed by the Bolsheviks
Boris Godunov, e.g.
Absolute ruler
"A Life for the ___" (Glinka opera)
1917 abdicator
Authoritarian
Pre-1917 ruler
Autocrat
29 Across collector
Ivan IV, e.g.
Shah : Iran :: ___ : Russia
Romanov title
Bolshevik foe
Imperial leader of yore
Pre-Soviet sovereign
Alexander II, e.g.
Alexander, e.g.
Former Russian ruler
Old Russian sovereign
Old despot
Ruler of yore
Title for 9-Down
"The Guns of August" figure
Bygone autocrat
Bygone crown
Bygone leader
Early anti-Communist
Leader overthrown in 1917
Ruler before 31-Down
Deposed Russian
Pre-1917 ruler
Peter or Ivan
Autocrat
Autocrat of yore
Former Russian monarch
Godunov Dynasty member
Leader opposed by the Bolsheviks
Petrograd pooh-bah
Former Russian ruler
Old Russian sovereign
Ruler of yore
Title for 9-Down
Alexandra Fyororovna's husband, for one
Basil was one
Bear head, once
Forced abdicator of 1917
Paul I, for one
Peter, for one
Ruler of yore
Terrible title?
Ukase issuer
Winter Palace occupant
Alexander II, e.g.
Alexander, e.g.
Old ruler
Nicholas or Alexander
Romanov ruler
Romanov title
Russian royal
Bolsheviks' foe
Ivan IV's title
Pre-WWI ruler
Romanov royal of Russia
Russian ruler of yore
Ukase issuer
Father of a grand duke
Feodor I, for one
Peter the Great, for one
Winter Palace dweller, once
Ruler of the Cossacks, once
Recipient of Faberge eggs
Potentate of the past
Old monarch
Noted Russian victim
Noted 1918 casualty
Ivan or Peter
Pre-1917 despot
Old leader
Erstwhile Russian sovereign
Boris Godunov, for one
Despot of old
Anastasia's father, e.g.
Pre-1917 autocrat
Romanov bigwig
Former Russian head
Royal Russian ruler
Ivan the Terrible, for example
Nicholas II, for one
Peter or Paul
Winter Palace occupant
Onetime monarch
Old sovereign
Old ruler
Ivan the Terrible, for one
Anastasia's father, e.g.
Nicholas II, e.g.
Paul I, Peter II, or Ivan III
Russian dynast
Russian leader before 1917
Peter I, e.g.
Old autocrat
Old Russian autocrat
Winter Palace ruler
Regal Russian
Romanov title
Former Russian emperor
Alexandra's husband, e.g.
Erstwhile despot
Figure in a Rimsky-Korsakov opera
House of Romanov ruler, e.g.
Former ruler
Ruler of yore
Homeland despot
Despot of old
The first one ruled 1547-84
Ruler of the Cossacks
Pre-Communist leader
Nicholas I or II
Former Russian royalty
Early 1900s ruler
Dweller in the Peterhof
Cossacks' leader
Boris Godunov, for one
Alexis, e.g.
Fyodor I, II or III
Ivan IV was Russia's first
Ivan or Peter, e.g.
Ivan the Terrible, for example
Peter the Great, e.g.
Imperial autocrat
Peter I or Ivan IV
Winter Palace VIP
Ivan IV, e.g.
Van Cleef & Arpels cologne
Palace potentate of the past
Nicholas II was the last one
Bygone autocrat
Despot of yore
Peter or Ivan, historically
Romanov, e.g.
Russian royalty
Plot target of the Decembrists
Peter the Great, for one
Despot of the past
Onetime monarch
Old sovereign
Old ruler
Ivan the Terrible, for one
Former Russian autocrat
Ruler of yore
Deposed despot
Peter the Great's title
Russian autocrat
Onetime Russian leader
Former Russian ruler
Bygone despot
Pre-1917 monarch
Pre-1917 Russian ruler
Old Russian monarch
Leader in the Crimean War
Ivan the Terrible, e.g.
Former St. Petersburg palace resident
Onetime Kremlin figure
Ruler with a line?
Peter or Nicholas
Old leader
Old head
Nicholas II, for one
Despot of yore
Deposed despot
Despot of yore
Nicholas II, for one
Old head
Old leader
Peter or Nicholas
Ruler with a line?
Alexander, for one
Autocrat
Peter or Paul, e.g.
Pre-1917 ruler
Fyodor, for one
Autocratic sort
Crimean War leader
Winter Palace ruler
Old autocrat
Napoleon foe
Autocrat of yore
Bygone ruler
Old Russian ruler
Pre-revolution ruler
Russian ruler of yore
Winter Palace residence
Slavic emperor
Boris Godunov, for one
Anastasia's father, e.g.
Autocrat until 1917
Decembrists' unsuccessful plot target in 1825
Potentate of the past
Romanov title
Russia's Nicholas II, e.g.
Winter Palace ruler
Russian despot
Old despot
Kremlin VIP, once
Godunov, for one
Male monarch
Rasputin advisee
Tyrannical type
Erstwhile ruler
Former Russian despot
Ivan IV or Nicholas II
Anastasia's father, for one
Despot of old
Despotic ruler
Nicholas II, e.g.
Peter I or Ivan IV, e.g.
Peter or Ivan, e.g.
Despot
Bygone despot (Var.)
Royal Russian (Var.)
Male monarch (Var.)
Onetime Kremlin dweller
Despot until 1917
Bygone leader
Bolshevik foe
Rimsky-Korsakov's "The Tale of ___ Saltan"
Peter or Paul, e.g. (Var.)
Boris Godunov, for one
Bygone big shot
Ivan the Terrible's title
Kremlin VIP, once
Peter the Great, e.g.
Ruler opposed by the Bolsheviks
Russian leader until 1917
Russian ruler of old
Ousted ruler
Simeon I, for one (Var.)
Title for Ivan (Var.)
Peter or Paul, e.g.
Peter or Ivan, e.g. (Var.)
Overlord of old
Anticommunist leader
Leader until 1917
Fabergé egg buyer
Lenin foe
Old despot
Studio head (Var.)
Peter or Paul
Anastasia's father, e.g. (Var.)
Royal Russian, once
Boris Godunov, e.g.
Mikhail Romanov, e.g.
Alexander, e.g.
Bolshevik quarry
Onetime Kremlin dweller
Boris Godunov, for one (Var.)
Despot of old (Var.)
Old crowned head
Russian ruler
Russian ruler, of yore
Autocrat of yore (variant spelling)
Godunov, e.g.
Old totalitarian ruler
Leader until 1917
Leader opposed by the Bolsheviks
Despot until 1917
Bygone leader
Peter, for one
Ruler of yore
6 Down ruler
Abdicator of 1917
Bygone autocrat
Pre-Soviet ruler (Var.)
Russian ruler, once
Ruler of yore (Var.)
Winter Palace ruler
Bolshevik foe
Romanov ruler
Winter Palace VIP
Erstwhile autocrat
Ivan or Nicholas
Peter or Paul
Winter Palace resident
Winter Palace dweller
Former Russian ruler
Old Russian bigwig
Ruler before 1917 (Var.)
Top Romanov
Russian monarch, once (Var.)
Bygone title
26- or 55-Down
Paul I, e.g.
Romanov ruler (Var.)
Romanov title (Var.)
Russia's leader in 1916
Russian Revolution victim (Var.)
Alexandra's husband (Var.)
Russian despot
Peter the Great, e.g.
Old despot
Former Russian ruler
Ivan the Terrible, for one
Pre-Soviet ruler
Ivan or Boris
Russian despot of yore
Russian ruler
Studio head
Anastasia's father
Bolshevik target
Erstwhile despot
Former Russian ruler
Ivan or Nicholas
Nicholas was one
Pre-Lenin Russian ruler
Old Russian ruler
Nicholas II, for one
Ivan the Terrible was the first
Bygone ruler
Bygone ruler
Pre-Bolshevik leader
Onetime Russian ruler
Old overlord
Former Russian ruler
Former Kremlin bigwig
Alexis I or Nicholas II
Alexander III, e.g.
Onetime head
Onetime Russian leader
Nicholas or Alexander
Bygone monarch
Peter or Paul
Paul I, e.g.
Russian Revolution victim
Past potentate
Pre-1917 ruler
Ivan the Terrible, for one
Ivan or Peter
Bygone emperor
Erstwhile autocrat (alternate spelling)
Russian ruler
Onetime head
Onetime Russian leader
Nicholas or Alexander
Bygone monarch
Russian leader of old
Russian leader before 1917
Old overlord
Foe of communism
Despot of yore
1917 revolution casualty
Russian ruler
Old Russian leader
Peter, for one
Pre-Lenin leader
Ruler until 1917
Romanov ruler
Old crowned head
Old monarch
Past potentate
Winter Palace ruler
Despot (alternate spelling)
Peter I, II or III
Bolshevik's target
Old despot
Nicholas was one
Bygone royal Russian
Old ruler
Peter III, for one
Russian bigwig, pre-1917
Pre-Lenin leader
See 41 Down
Russia's Nicholas I, e.g.
Studio head, e.g.
Autocrat (alternative spelling)
Bygone despot
Nicholas II, e.g.
Peter I, e.g.
Peter or Paul, but not Mary
Top Romanov
Russian despot
Alexandra's Nicholas
Nicholas or Ivan
Michael, for one
Leader before Lenin
Peter or Nicholas
Godunov, e.g.
Peter or Ivan
Anastasia's father was one
Bolshevik's bane
Nicholas II was the last Russian one
Kingpin
Old autocrat
Royal Russian
Old Russian leader
Bygone title
Romanov dynasty member
Winter Palace resident
Despot
Dictator
Peter the Great, for one
Ivan was one
Godunov, e.g.
34 Down, e.g.
Russian ruler
Peter, for one
Obsolete title
Ivan IV or Peter I
Nicholas I, for one
Bolshevik's bane
Russian ruler of old
Russian ruler
Russian autocrat
Lenin deposee
Despot
Peter or Paul
Peter or Ivan
Peter or Boris
Nicholas or Ivan
Ivan or Nicholas
Autocrat
15 Across, for one
Autocrat until 1917
Ruler until 1917
Leader opposed by the Bolsheviks
Leader of pre-1917 Russia
Peter or Paul, but not Mary
Old autocrat
Peter the Great, e.g.
Russian ruler
Autocrat until 1917
Ivan or Peter
Pre-Lenin Russian ruler
Victim of a 1917 revolution
Bygone despot
Ivan or Peter
Nicholas 1, for one
Nicholas was one
Peter or Ivan
Industrial autocrat
Peter or Ivan
Peter or Paul
Nicholas II was the last Russian one
One-time Russian despot
Pre-Lenin Russian ruler
Victim of a 1917 revolution
Powerful one, once
Rasputin's advisee
Russian bigwig
Alexis I, e.g.
Customer of Fabergé eggs
Bolshevik victim
Fabergé egg collector
Leader abominable to Lenin
Romanov bigwig
One-time Russian despot
Tyrant
Anarchists' foe, once
Peter or Ivan (variant spelling)
Bolshevik's foe
Bygone ruler
Despot
Form of Caesar
Title for a Romanov
Russian sovereign
Catherine's husband
Former ruler
Industrial giant
Ivan the Terrible, e.g.
Royal Russian
Russian emperor
Slavic sovereign
Target of a revolution
Former Russian ruler
Russian emperor
Russian leader
Despot of yore
Former Winter Palace resident
Ivan the Terrible was Russia's first
Prototypical autocrat
Pre-Lenin ruler
One-time Russian ruler
Pre-1918 despot
Certain sovereign
Godunov, for one
Winter Palace denizen
Russian emperor
Winter Palace occupant
Old autocrat
Old Russian royal
Ex-leader of Russia
Alexander II, e.g.
Abdicator of 1917
One-time Russian ruler
Autocrat of old
Autocrat
Arts anagram
Defunct ruler
Godunov, for one
Ivan was one
Prerevolutionary ruler
Russian leader before 1917
Peter or Ivan
Ivan, for one
Former Russian despot
Bygone sovereign
2 Down, for one
Winter Palace ruler
Dead Russian head
Former Winter Palace resident
Oppressor of yore
Pre-1917 autocrat
Ruthless ruler
Feodor I, e.g.
Ivan the Terrible e.g.
Tyrant's title
Peter or Nicholas
Bygone emperor
Peter the Great, for instance
Peter or Nicholas
Winter Palace resident
Official autocrat
Imperial autocrat
Boris Godunov e.g.
Russian ruler, until 1917
Pre-1918 Russian ruler
Alexandra's husband, for one
Emperor prior to 1917
Peter the Great, for one
Title for the son of Basil III
Ruler before the revolution
Nicholas II
Ruler before 1917
Grand duke's dad
Ukase issuer
Anastasia's father
Anastasia's dad
Godunov for one
Emperor
Despot of old
Arts anagram
Anastasia's dad
Pre-Soviet monarch
Victim of a 1917 revolution
Olden despot
Autocrat
Tough ruler
Russian ruler
Russian noble
Peter Paul
Peter I, for one
Nicholas or Ivan
Ivan IV, e.g.
Former ruler
Big shot
Autocratic chief
All-powerful ruler
Nasty ruler
Erstwhile despot
Alexandra's husband
Nicholas II was last in this line
Word that's an accidental acronym of a Hemingway title
Russian ruler, before 1917
Pre-Russian Revolution ruler
Victim of the Bolsheviks
Pre-Soviet ruler
Peter I for one
Nicholas or Alexander
Nicholas I was one
Loser of 1917
Bygone Russian despot
Authoritarian
Russian ruler until 1917
Alexander, for one
Boris Godunov, e.g.
Basil, e.g.
Pre-Soviet ruler
Russian ruler until 1917
Royal Russian ruler
Mogul
Bygone title
Studio head, e.g.
Tolstoy's "___ Fyodor Ivanovich"
Old despot
Nicholas, e.g.
Feodor, e.g.
Nicholas or Peter
Peter I or Ivan IV
Rimsky-Korsakov's Saltan, e.g.
Paul I, e.g.
Nicholas was one
Nicholas or Alexander
Big wheel once
Pre-Soviet royalty
Opera "The Tale of ___ Saltan"
Kaiser cousin
Winter Palace resident once
Michael Romanov, for example
Peter or Ivan e.g.
Nicholas I
Russian despot
Nicholas for one
Winter Palace dweller, once
Russian autocrat
Nicholas I or II, e.g.
Nicholas II, e.g.
Foe of 15 Across
"Terrible" title
Ruler in Rimsky-Korsakov operas
Romanov V.I.P.
Red foe
Mikhail, e.g.
Tyrant
Peter, once
Nicholas, e.g.
Tyrant
Romanov VIP
Despot
Russian despot
Peter was a great one
Prerevolutionary leader
Peter I, e.g.
Romanov e.g.
Movie bigwig
Mighty monarch
Kingpin
Ivan or Boris
Boris Godunov for one
Erstwhile despot
Former Russian ruler
Ivan or Nicholas, e.g.
Winter Palace resident, once
Ivan or Peter
Mikhail, for one
Ruler of old
Mogul
Mussorgsky's Boris
Slavic sovereign
Alexander or Peter
Moscow ruler
Ivan, for one
Bear head, once
Nicholas or Peter
Despot
Bigwig in business
Anagram for star
Alexandra's Nicholas
Old Russian title
Ivan or Alexis
Tyrant
Ruler mixed up in arts
Bolsheviks' target
Anagram for 18 Down
Russian ruler of yore
Former ruler
Ivan or Boris
Ivan was one
Winter Palace figure
Ruthless ruler
Peter or Alexander
Nicholas II was the last
A Romanov
An anagram for rats
Dictator
Godunov, e.g.
Peter, Paul or Boris
Tyrant of yore
Russian emperor
Peter or Ivan
Godunov, for one
Former despot
Nicholas Il was the last
Former autocrat
Former absolute ruler
Boris of Bulgaria
Autocratic leader
Peter was one
Glinka's "A Life for the ___"
House of Romanov member
Nicholas or Ivan
Rurik ruler
Romanov bigwig, once
Rigid ruler
Bolshevik's bête noire
"A Life for the ___"
Paul or Peter
Ivan IV, e.g.
Ivan or Alexander
Moussorgsky's Godunov, e.g.
Top Romanov
Nicholas or Ivan
Boris Godunov was one
Crest-fallen Russian?
Absolute ruler
Ivan, e.g.
Peter or Alexander
White Russian ruler
Tolstoy's sovereign
"A Life for the ___": Glinka
A Romanov title
Glinka subject
Mussorgsky subject
See 36 Down
Dictatorial person
Mikhail Fyodorovich was one
Monstrous monarch
Fyodor I, e.g.
Alexandra's husband, for one
Former Russian V.I.P.
Emperor
Either of 32 Across
Nikolai, e.g.
Nicholas I, e.g.
Caesar's etymological cousin
Bolshevism casualty
Ruler
Rasputin's ruler
Cossacks' employer
Romanov title
Rasputin's puppet
Boris or Feodor
Russian leader of yore
Aleksei Mikhailovich, e.g.
Weill's "The ___ Has His Photograph Taken"
Michael Romanov was one
Russian monarch
Michael Romanov, e.g.
See 59 Across
Anastasia's father, for one
Bane of Bolsheviks
Potentate of the past
Peter I or Paul I
Slavonic sovereign
Word derived from "Caesar"
Lenin's target
Ivan the Terrible
Top authority
Russian V.I.P. of yore
Alexander or Nicholas
Nicholas, for one
V.I.P. of yore
Russian leader
Monarch
Alexander or Ivan
Russian personage
Russian V.I.P.
Peter I
Ex-resident of 113 Across
Catherine's husband
Alexander, e.g.
Sovereign
Romanov
Peter
Nicholas
Ivan
Godunov
Russ. ruler
Monarch.
Peter, for one.
Ruler.
Peter I, for example.
Nicholas.
Ivan the Great.
Ivan.
Emperor.
Former Russian
Ivan or Peter.
Romanov.
Despot.
One form of "Caesar."
Peter the Great.
Dictator.
Peter or Nicholas.
Kind of ruler.
Once a ruler.
Boris Godunov.
Pete Rozelle to the NFL.
Person in authority.
King.
Autocrat.
Peter or Paul.
Former ruler.
Boris, for one.
Nicholas, for one.
Godunov, for one.
Ivan or Nicholas.
Muscovy despot.
Royal title.
Romanov ruler.
Nicholas II.
Potentate.
Pre-Lenin potentate.
Tyrant.
See 46 Down.
Former royal personage.
Nicholas or Feodor.
Dynast.
Russian emperor.
Slavic title.
Quondam ruler.
Peter the Great, for example.
Slavonic title.
Ex-ruler.
Old ruler.
Russian ruler.
Slavic ruler.
Boris of Bulgaria.
Peter or Feodor.
Boris Godunoff.
Michael Romanov.
Relative of a tycoon.
Moscow monarch.
Variant of Ivan's title.
Mikhail Romanov.
Nicholas was one.
Pre-Lenin top man.
Anastasia's father.
Muscovy ruler.
Practically extinct title.
Former tenant of Kremlin.
Feodor I.
Kin of caesar, kaiser, caliph, etc.
Boris Godunov was one.
A Caesar.
Authoritarian in big business or in a union.
Absolute monarch.
Title of a ruler.
Ford Frick's role in baseball.
Ivan IV was the first.
An autocratic leader.
Nicholas II was the last.
Autocratic leader.
Despotic one.
Ivan IV.
Peter was a famous one.
Autocratic ruler.
Lenin's predecessor.
He died at Ekaterinburg, 1918.
Ruler in Verne's Michael Strogoff.
Bolshevik-liquidated despot.
Outmoded ruler.
Sovereign dethroned by Russian revolution.
Tyrant
Battle of Austerlitz despot
Simeon of Bulgaria's title
Simeon I of Bulgaria was the first
See 54-Across
Fyodor I's title
Out-of-date ruler
"The Day They Make Me ___" (Cat Stevens song)
Figure in a 1917 revolution
Feodor, e.g.
Despotic leader
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