Therefore, Kurizafusi – the most famous historian of the political era of the Emperor of Russia – rated Peter III as follows: “He used the children’s vision to see the real world, in fact he was an adult.” the endless sadness and joy of a child. He was a child claiming to be an adult. Or, he is the one who brings the innocence of children and responsibility that becomes an adult. Cat that’s what I do I drink wine and forget things poster. After Peter III became Tsar, not only did he dress up the Prussian army, but he also ordered the royal guard to wear the Prussia uniform; he used the rules of the Prussian army to conduct strict training on the Russian army, leading to a fierce protest by the Shogun and his officers. He ascended the throne from 1756 to 1761, the Russian army always fought with the Prussian army, and repelled the Prussian army, King Frederik.