In the early period of Catherine II domination, Russia farmers were classified into two types: one was a national farmer residing on the national land; one is a serfs of nobles, belongs to lords, resides on the land of nobles, lords. National peasants were freer than serfs, so exploitation was relatively lighter, better treated. That’s what I do I get tattoos I drink and I know things poster. Because the Queen freely took the land of the nation to reward the charism and some of her nobles, leaving many peasants free to fall into the tragic circumstances of the serfs. Catherine II also brought Russia’s serfdom extended to conquering areas in the sea such as Newcolan, Barroches and Baltic, making the serfs population of the country from 760,000 to 100,000.