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-[[July 17]], [[1762]] - [[Catherine II of Russia|Catherine II]] becomes [[tzar]] of Russia upon the [[accidental murder]] of [[Peter III of Russia]].+On [[July 17]], [[1762]] [[Catherine the Great]] becomes [[tsar]] of Russia upon the [[accident]]al [[murder]] of [[Peter III of Russia]].
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On July 17, 1762 Catherine the Great becomes tsar of Russia upon the accidental murder of Peter III of Russia.

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  1. A Slavic emperor (not necessarily a Russian emperor)
  2. A person with great power; an autocrat
  3. An appointed official tasked to regulate or oversee a specific area
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