Catherine II was the Empress over the Russians, she is now one of the most interesting and interesting people ever written about in the pages of history during the eighteenth century. Historians have not always said good things about Catherine, and often people read about Catherine's private life, and ignore her achievements. The stories of her love affairs have been blown out of proportion and can be traced to many French writers in the years
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died of a stroke on the 17th of November, 1796. The next day the British Ambassador Charles Whitworth wrote:" Last night... this incomparable princess finished her brilliant career." History knows her as Catherine The Great, a title she was offered during her lifetime and rejected. "I leave it to posterity to judge impartially what I have done" she said and Catherine has done well. She deserves the title, because she earned it and she is great..