|Emperor of Alaska|
|Reign||1 April 1991 - 20 May 2011|
|Coronation||23 April 1991|
|Issue|| Nicholas III|
Princess Katerina Nikolayevna
|Nikolai Aleksandreyevitch Dmitrov|
|House||House of Dmitrov|
|Born|| 16 July 1939 |
Severovsky Castle, Severovsky, Alaska
|Died|| 20 May 2011 |
|Burial||23 May 2011|
Nikolai Aleksandreyevitch Dmitrov (Russ: Николэй Александреиевич Дмайтров) (born July 16, 1939 - died May 20, 2011), better known by his regnal name Nikolai II, or in the West as Nicholas II, was the Tsar of Alaska from 1991, when his father's cousin Alexander III abdicated to expediate a political revolution, until his death on the 20 May, 2011.
Nicholas reigned over a period of rapid liberalization in Alaska and an expansion of access to and transparency within its democracy, which was notoriously corrupt in the preceding years. Constitutional reforms in the 1990's severely cut back the power his predecessors enjoyed, making Nicholas II the weakest Tsar in terms of direct power.