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Victoria, en el castillo de Balmoral en Escocia, con el zar Nicolás II de Rusia. Sentada a la izquierda está  Alexandra, zarina de Rusia, sosteniendo a su hija la Gran Duquesa Olga

Victoria, en el castillo de Balmoral en Escocia, con el zar Nicolás II de Rusia. Sentada a la izquierda está Alexandra, zarina de Rusia, sosteniendo a su hija la Gran Duquesa Olga

Tsar Nicholas II "Nicky" (Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov) (1868-1918) Russia. Husband of Alix (Victoria Alix Helena Louise Beatrice) (renamed Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova) (1872-1918) Hesse, Germany. 1st Child of Emperor Alexander III (Alexander Alexandrovich Romanov) (1845-1894) & Princess Dagmar (Marie Sophie Fredrica Dagmar) (renamed Maria Feodorovna) (1847-1928) Denmark. Nicky was the last Emperor of Russia following his murder in 1918.

Tsar Nicholas II "Nicky" (Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov) (1868-1918) Russia. Husband of Alix (Victoria Alix Helena Louise Beatrice) (renamed Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova) (1872-1918) Hesse, Germany. 1st Child of Emperor Alexander III (Alexander Alexandrovich Romanov) (1845-1894) & Princess Dagmar (Marie Sophie Fredrica Dagmar) (renamed Maria Feodorovna) (1847-1928) Denmark. Nicky was the last Emperor of Russia following his murder in 1918.

Tsar Nicholas II in Balmoral castle, 1896, with (from left to right) Tsarina Alexandra Fedorovna, Grand Duchess Tatiana, Queen Victoria, and Edward, Prince of Wales [2497 x 3291] - Imgur

Tsar Nicholas II in Balmoral castle, 1896, with (from left to right) Tsarina Alexandra Fedorovna, Grand Duchess Tatiana, Queen Victoria, and Edward, Prince of Wales [2497 x 3291] - Imgur

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.

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.

Dinastía Romanov, que terminó con la Revolución.

Dinastía Romanov, que terminó con la Revolución.

El Zar Nicolás II (1868-1918) de Rusia y su quinto y único hijo, el Zarévich Alexis Nikoláyevich Romanov (1904-1918) de Rusia.

El Zar Nicolás II (1868-1918) de Rusia y su quinto y único hijo, el Zarévich Alexis Nikoláyevich Romanov (1904-1918) de Rusia.

Familia Imperial Rusia.

Familia Imperial Rusia.

Tsar Nicholas Romanov in unifor, 1917.  Илья ГАЛКИН (1860-1915). Николай II. 1898.

Tsar Nicholas Romanov in unifor, 1917. Илья ГАЛКИН (1860-1915). Николай II. 1898.

Prince Edward of Wales (later the Duke of Windsor) with Tsar Nicholas II, Tsarevich Alexei and Prince George of Wales (later George V) at Cowes. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). Circa 1910

Prince Edward of Wales (later the Duke of Windsor) with Tsar Nicholas II, Tsarevich Alexei and Prince George of Wales (later George V) at Cowes. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). Circa 1910

Formal photo of the engagement of Tsarevich Nicholas (later Tsar Nicholas II) with Princess Alix of Hesse (later Tsarina of Russia). 1894.

Formal photo of the engagement of Tsarevich Nicholas (later Tsar Nicholas II) with Princess Alix of Hesse (later Tsarina of Russia). 1894.

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