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No Greater Crown The Autobiography of Empress Alexandra Book 5

No Greater Crown The Autobiography of Empress Alexandra Book 5

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The famous photo taken by the Soviet commission in 1922 shows the large part of the

Marie of Hesse and by Rhine, Maria Alexandrovna, Empress of All Russia

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The augusta answered, "O dull-witted, impious and lawless emperor, you are blind, benighted, in error and do not believe the truth; neither can you ...

Ivan IV , Czar of Russia, wood engraving in Harper's Monthly, 1883, v

From Russia with love: A Tsarina's gift to her governess

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(above) A magnificent picture of Alexandra, Queen of Great Britain, Princess of Denmark, and Empress of India - sent by John H., from the book

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Nicholas II Tsar of Russia

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S. L. Levitsky (1819-1898) The Grand Duke Nicholas. St. Petersburg. 1869. Albumen print

The Romance of an Empress

... arrives in Paris on his way to London, accompanied by Princess Marie Bonaparte and the American Ambassador In Paris William C. Bullitt. June 5, 1938

Alexandra of Greece and Denmark, Grand Duchess Alexandra Georgievna of Russia

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“God in all things”: the religious beliefs of Russia's last empress and their personal and political context.

The Tsarina, Alexandra, in her wedding dress.

PHOTO: 'A Guarded Secret: Tsar Nicholas II, Tsarina Alexandra and Tsarevich Alexei's Hemophilia' by Julia P. Gelardi

Some snarky comments were constantly appeared in this connection. Finally, when on 12-th of August of 1904 so long-awaited Heir to the throne came into the ...

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At Bernstorff, Alexandra grew into a young woman, she was taught English by the English chaplain at Copenhagen and was confirmed in Christiansborg Palace.

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One of the official portraits of the young couple after their April 1894 engagement. Their

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The imperial spouses gave birth to 5 children one by one. First, only girls were born: November 15, 1895 – Olga, June 10, 1897 – Tatiana, June 26, ...

The Tsarina's Daughter: A Novel

Empress Alexandra Feodrovna in 1894-1895. This interesing jewel was a traditional Victorian mourning

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A formal portrait of Grand Duchess Olga in 1906.

What Really Happened to Russia's Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanov

The Romanovs (Czar Nicholas II and Czarina Alexandra, daughters Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia, and son Alexei) lived an opulent lifestyle that made the ...

1865 – Franz Xaver Winterhalter, The Empress Elisabeth of Austria

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Princess Alix of Hesse, 1889 by the photographers Bergamasco. Note the half-moon in her hair (Charles Bergamasco [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons)