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A rare peek inside the Queen’s holiday photo album

Queen Victoria at Balmoral with Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, Tsarina Alexandra and Grand Duchess Olga, 1896

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from Express.co.uk

Vladimir Putin 'wants' to reinstate Russia's royal family and bring back the Tsars

King George V of Great Britain and Tsar Nicholas II of Russia in Berlin, 1913 - Cousins who look like twins.

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Mystery of murdered Russian Tsar's missing children solved by DNA study

Russia's last tsar Nicholas II (L) and his wife Tsarina Alexander Fyodorovna (2ndR) and children Prince Alexei and Princesses Olga, Tatyana, Maria and Anastasia. Undated.

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The Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia (6th June 1872 – 17th July 1918). Before the Revolution, the Russian royal family lived surrounded by enormous wealth and luxury in enormous palaces. Incredibly some of the gorgeous gowns worn by the Empress have survived and can still be seen today…

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rumforall: Tsar Nicholas II in 1895

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Tsar Nicholas ll of Russia. Nicholas II – (The Romanov dynasty) is remembered because of his poor ability to govern Russia. The decisions of the Tsar provoked the Russian Revolution of 1905. The Tsar Nicholas II's ignorance led to 'Bloody Sunday'. The events of bloody Sunday resulted in resentment for the Tsarist government, the articulation of revolutionary ideas, and the influence of leadership on revolutionary movements.

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from Mail Online

Privilege, passion and the last Russian princesses

Russian Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra, with their five children dressed in sailing outfits (clockwise from left: Olga, Maria, Tatiana, Anastasia, Alexei). Circa, 1907.

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Born to be a dad. Czar Nicholas II with his beloved brood: Olga, Tatiana, Marie, Anastasia, and Alexei.

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Fine looking young men, cousins... King George V of Britain and Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. Their mothers were sisters, both from Denmark.

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Grand Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia, breathtaking as all of them are in Russia! The Grand Kremlin Palace was built on orders from Tsar Nicholas I in the mid-19th Century. The architects outdid themselves!

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