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Souvenir of the visit to France by the Russian rulers, 1896 (chromolitho)

1894

A UNIQUE 1894 engagement photograph of Tsarevich Nicholas (later Tsar Nicholas II) and Princess Alix of Hesse, German photographer Professor E.

Mathilde Kschessinskaya, mistress of Nicholas II,  Sergei Mikhailovich and his cousin Andrei Vladimirovich. In 1902, she gave birth to a son, Vladimir (known as "Vova"; 30 June 1902 - 23 April 1974); he was later given the title Prince Romanovsky-Krasinsky, but said that he never knew for sure who his father was. Matilda is pictured costumed for the title role in Petipa's La Camargo. St. Petersburg, circa 1902.

Mathilde Kchessinska, Imperial Russian Ballerina and mistress to Czar Nicholas II and other members of the Romanov family.

Czarevich Nicholas, depois, Nicolau II. Ele está olhando um pouco para a direita e está vestindo uniforme militar com uma medalha. Em 1891.

Uneasy lies the Head that Wears a Crown. Tsarevich Nicolas Alexandrovich in It was understood he had little interest in learning of governance nor the aptitude to become the next Tsar of The Russian Empire in

60 фактов о последнем Русском Императоре Николае Александровиче и его правлении».

The Russian Imperial family. Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra and their daughters Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia

Emperor Nicholas II with his wife Empress Alexandra Feodorovna and son Tsesarevich Alexei, on board the yacht "Standart” (1909).

Emperor Nicholas II with his wife Empress Alexandra Feodorovna and son Tsesarevich Alexei, on board the yacht "Standart”