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Nicholas II, Grand Duchess Tatiana, Empress Alexandra, Tsarevich Alexei, and Grand Duchess Maria outside the Imperial Train: Mogilev: 1916.

Nicholas II, Grand Duchess Tatiana, Empress Alexandra, Tsarevich Alexei, and Grand Duchess Maria outside the Imperial Train: Mogilev: 1916.

Group, including the Prince and Princess of Wales and their children, 1882 [in Portraits of Royal Children Vol.29 1882-1883] | Royal Collection Trust

Group, including the Prince and Princess of Wales and their children, 1882 [in Portraits of Royal Children Vol.29 1882-1883] | Royal Collection Trust

Konstantin Makovsky (1839–1915), Portrait of Maria Feodorovna [detail]

Konstantin Makovsky (1839–1915), Portrait of Maria Feodorovna [detail]

memory-of-the-romanovs:  Nicholas II and his children comes out of the Trinity Cathedral. Kostroma. 1913. (×)

memory-of-the-romanovs: Nicholas II and his children comes out of the Trinity Cathedral. Kostroma. 1913. (×)

The Imperial Children of Russia, L-to-R: Grand Duchess Maria, Tsarevich Alexei, Grand Duchesses Olga, Anastasia and Tatiana.

The Imperial Children of Russia, L-to-R: Grand Duchess Maria, Tsarevich Alexei, Grand Duchesses Olga, Anastasia and Tatiana.

Grand Duchess Olga, Tsarevich Alexei, Grand Duchesses Tatiana, Maria, & Tsar Nicholas II. Dr Yevegneii Botkin who was later murdered with the Imperial family stands behind the Tsar. (The man to the far right looks an awful lot like King George V. This may be during the Imperial family's visit to England in 1909)

Grand Duchess Olga, Tsarevich Alexei, Grand Duchesses Tatiana, Maria, & Tsar Nicholas II. Dr Yevegneii Botkin who was later murdered with the Imperial family stands behind the Tsar. (The man to the far right looks an awful lot like King George V. This may be during the Imperial family's visit to England in 1909)

Snow fort built by the Tsar, his daughters and soldiers during captivity in Tobolsk Siberia before it was ordered destroyed because the prisoners could look out over the wooden fence to the outside world.

Snow fort built by the Tsar, his daughters and soldiers during captivity in Tobolsk Siberia before it was ordered destroyed because the prisoners could look out over the wooden fence to the outside world.

Os Romanov: A Morte dos Romanov - 17 de Julho de 1918

Os Romanov: A Morte dos Romanov - 17 de Julho de 1918

Tsar Nicholas II of Russia at the Livadia Palace surrounded by three of his daughters: from left to right are Grand Duchesses Marie, Anastasia, and Olga Nikolaevna of Russia.

Tsar Nicholas II of Russia at the Livadia Palace surrounded by three of his daughters: from left to right are Grand Duchesses Marie, Anastasia, and Olga Nikolaevna of Russia.

Семья Николая II. Групповое фото в парке с детьми. Царское Село. Россия. Начало 20в.

Семья Николая II. Групповое фото в парке с детьми. Царское Село. Россия. Начало 20в.

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