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Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia

Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia

Side 1..By W&D Downey..Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia (later Duchess of Edinburgh and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha; 17 October 1853 – 24 October 1920) was a daughter of Alexander II of Russia an... More

Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Emperor Alexander II, Empress Maria Feodorovna, members of the Romanov family and a group of army officers.

Emperor Alexander II, Empress Maria Feodorovna, members of the Romanov...

Emperor Alexander II, Empress Maria Feodorovna, members of the Romanov family and a group of army officers. Император Александр Второй, Императрица Мария Фёдоровна, члены семейства Романовых и группа офицеров армии.

Kiev. European area. Newsreel, 1911 Opening of the monument to Alexander II

Kiev. European area. Newsreel, 1911 Opening of the monument to Alexand...

30 августа 1911 г. Киев. Европейская площадь. Фрагменты кинохроники с открытия памятника Александру II.

Nicholas II at the opening of the monument to Alexander II in Kiev 1911 / Nicholas II in Kiev

Nicholas II at the opening of the monument to Alexander II in Kiev 191...

Дата съёмки – 11 – 12 сентября (29 – 30 августа по старому стилю) 1911 Премьера - 1911 Жанр - Документальный, кинохроника Оператор – Владимир Добржанский Производство - Московское представительство фирмы Б... More

Alexander II Nikolaevich, Tsar-Liberator.

Alexander II Nikolaevich, Tsar-Liberator.

Alexander II Nikolaevich, Tsar-Liberator. Portraits of the Romanovs from Emperor Paul I to Alexander III. Александр II Николаевич, Царь-Освободитель. Портреты Романовых от императора Павла I до Александра III.

Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna Portraits of the Romanovs from Emperor Paul I to Alexander III. Император Александр II и Императрица Мария Александровна Портреты Романовых от императора Па... More

Emperor Alexander II Nikolaevich

Emperor Alexander II Nikolaevich

Emperor Alexander II Nikolaevich Portraits of the Romanovs from Emperor Paul I to Alexander III. Император Александр II Николаевич Портреты Романовых от императора Павла I до Александра III.

Emperor Alexander II Nikolaevich

Emperor Alexander II Nikolaevich

Emperor Alexander II Nikolaevich Portraits of the Romanovs from Emperor Paul I to Alexander III. Император Александр II Николаевич Портреты Романовых от императора Павла I до Александра III.

Emperor Alexander II Nikolaevich

Emperor Alexander II Nikolaevich

Emperor Alexander II Nikolaevich Portraits of the Romanovs from Emperor Paul I to Alexander III. Император Александр II Николаевич Портреты Романовых от императора Павла I до Александра III.

Emperor Alexander II Nikolaevich

Emperor Alexander II Nikolaevich

Emperor Alexander II Nikolaevich Portraits of the Romanovs from Emperor Paul I to Alexander III. Император Александр II Николаевич Портреты Романовых от императора Павла I до Александра III.

Death of Alexander II. The feat of the 300-year service of Russia by the princes of the House of Romanovs.

Death of Alexander II. The feat of the 300-year service of Russia by t...

Подвиг 300-летнего служения России государей Дома Романовых.

Alexander II speech. The feat of the 300-year service of Russia by the princes of the House of Romanovs.

Alexander II speech. The feat of the 300-year service of Russia by the...

Подвиг 300-летнего служения России государей Дома Романовых.

Alexander II. 1877. The feat of the 300-year service of Russia by the princes of the House of Romanovs.

Alexander II. 1877. The feat of the 300-year service of Russia by the ...

Подвиг 300-летнего служения России государей Дома Романовых.

Alexander II, Winter palace sq.The feat of the 300-year service of Russia by the princes of the House of Romanovs.

Alexander II, Winter palace sq.The feat of the 300-year service of Rus...

Подвиг 300-летнего служения России государей Дома Романовых.

Alexander II. The feat of the 300-year service of Russia by the princes of the House of Romanovs.

Alexander II. The feat of the 300-year service of Russia by the prince...

Подвиг 300-летнего служения России государей Дома Романовых.

Alexander II. Album of the Russian Imperial Family, the Imperial Court and statesmen, 1865-1875

Alexander II. Album of the Russian Imperial Family, the Imperial Court...

Альбом Российской Императорской семьи, императорского двора и государственных деятелей, 1865-1875

Alexander II - Album of the Russian Imperial Family, the Imperial Court and statesmen, 1865-1875

Alexander II - Album of the Russian Imperial Family, the Imperial Cour...

Альбом Российской Императорской семьи, императорского двора и государственных деятелей, 1865-1875

Belovezh Palace.

Belovezh Palace.

General view of the Tsar's Palace in Bialowieza. It was built in August 1894 according to the project of Count Nikolai de Rochefort. Общий вид Царского дворца в Беловеже. Ппостроен в августе 1894 г. по проек... More

Pavilion of Emperor Alexander II. View of one of the Belovezh palace buildings.

Pavilion of Emperor Alexander II. View of one of the Belovezh palace b...

View of one of the palace buildings. Pavilion of Emperor Alexander II. Вид одной из дворцовых построек. Павильон императора Александра II.

A cast-iron figure of a bison in memory of the hunting of Emperor Alexander II

A cast-iron figure of a bison in memory of the hunting of Emperor Alex...

A cast-iron figure of a bison cast at the Ogaryov factory in St. Petersburg and installed on a marble pedestal in the park of the Bialowieza Palace at the entrance to the menagerie in memory of the hunting of E... More

View of one of the Belovezh palace buildings

View of one of the Belovezh palace buildings

View of one of the palace buildings. Pavilion of Emperor Alexander II. Вид одной из дворцовых построек. Павильон императора Александра II.

Bison statue at the entrance to the menagerie in memory of the hunting of Emperor Alexander II

Bison statue at the entrance to the menagerie in memory of the hunting...

A cast-iron figure of a bison cast at the Ogaryov factory in St. Petersburg and installed on a marble pedestal in the park of the Bialowieza Palace at the entrance to the menagerie in memory of the hunting of E... More

Pavilion of Emperor Alexander II. Belovezh.

Pavilion of Emperor Alexander II. Belovezh.

Pavilion of Emperor Alexander II. Павильон императора Александра II.

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar ...

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar ...

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar ...

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar ...

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar ...

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar ...

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Engraving of Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar ...

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Death of the emperor Alexander II assassinated in 1881.

Death of the emperor Alexander II assassinated in 1881.

Alexander II, the oldest son of Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855), was born in Moscow, Russia, on April 17, 1818. Alexander's most significant reform was the emancipation of Russia's serfs in 1861, for which he i... More

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander I...

On 1st March, 1881, Alexander was traveling in a closed carriage, from Mikhailovsky Palace to the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg. An armed Cossack sat with the coach-driver and another six Cossacks followed on... More

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander I...

On 1st March, 1881, Alexander was traveling in a closed carriage, from Mikhailovsky Palace to the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg. An armed Cossack sat with the coach-driver and another six Cossacks followed on... More

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander I...

On 1st March, 1881, Alexander was traveling in a closed carriage, from Mikhailovsky Palace to the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg. An armed Cossack sat with the coach-driver and another six Cossacks followed on... More

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander I...

On 1st March, 1881, Alexander was traveling in a closed carriage, from Mikhailovsky Palace to the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg. An armed Cossack sat with the coach-driver and another six Cossacks followed on... More

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander I...

On 1st March, 1881, Alexander was traveling in a closed carriage, from Mikhailovsky Palace to the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg. An armed Cossack sat with the coach-driver and another six Cossacks followed on... More

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander I...

On 1st March, 1881, Alexander was traveling in a closed carriage, from Mikhailovsky Palace to the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg. An armed Cossack sat with the coach-driver and another six Cossacks followed on... More

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander I...

On 1st March, 1881, Alexander was traveling in a closed carriage, from Mikhailovsky Palace to the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg. An armed Cossack sat with the coach-driver and another six Cossacks followed on... More

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander I...

On 1st March, 1881, Alexander was traveling in a closed carriage, from Mikhailovsky Palace to the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg. An armed Cossack sat with the coach-driver and another six Cossacks followed on... More

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander II, emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881, "Czar Liberator".

Martyrdom of the emperor tsar-liberator of the All-Russian Alexander I...

On 1st March, 1881, Alexander was traveling in a closed carriage, from Mikhailovsky Palace to the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg. An armed Cossack sat with the coach-driver and another six Cossacks followed on... More

Tsarevich Alexander - future Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Finland

Tsarevich Alexander - future Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, Kin...

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Tsarevich Alexander - Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia

Tsarevich Alexander - Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Tsarevich Alexander - Alexander III

Tsarevich Alexander - Alexander III

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Tsarevich Alexander

Tsarevich Alexander

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Tsarevich Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Finland

Tsarevich Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Gr...

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Tsarevich Alexander - future Alexander III

Tsarevich Alexander - future Alexander III

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Tsarevich Alexander - Alexander III

Tsarevich Alexander - Alexander III

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Portrait of Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Finland

Portrait of Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and ...

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia Portrait

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia Portrait

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, 1890

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, 1890

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, 1883

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, 1883

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Finland, 1883

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Duke o...

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III, 1890s

Alexander III, 1890s

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia studio portrait

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia studio portrait

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Emperor of Russia Alexander III

Emperor of Russia Alexander III

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia 1890s

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia 1890s

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Emperor of Russia Alexander III -  King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Finland

Emperor of Russia Alexander III - King of Poland, and Grand Duke of F...

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Tsar of Russia Alexander III

Tsar of Russia Alexander III

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III, smiling, 1889

Alexander III, smiling, 1889

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Emperor of Russia Alexander III portrait

Emperor of Russia Alexander III portrait

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Emperor of Russia Alexander III drawing

Emperor of Russia Alexander III drawing

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III in Paris?

Alexander III in Paris?

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Emperor of Russia Alexander III official portrait

Emperor of Russia Alexander III official portrait

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III in "vatnik"

Alexander III in "vatnik"

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Emperor of Russia Alexander III in "vatnik"

Emperor of Russia Alexander III in "vatnik"

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, 1893

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, 1893

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Death of Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Finland

Death of Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Gra...

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Emperor of Russia Alexander III photograph

Emperor of Russia Alexander III photograph

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Emperor Alexander III on his deathbed.

Emperor Alexander III on his deathbed.

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, engraving

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, engraving

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Emperor of Russia Alexander III engraving portrait

Emperor of Russia Alexander III engraving portrait

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III Alexandrovich

Alexander III Alexandrovich

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Future Emperor of Russia Alexander III

Future Emperor of Russia Alexander III

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Emperor of Russia Alexander III with officers

Emperor of Russia Alexander III with officers

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III with members of Romanov family

Alexander III with members of Romanov family

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Finland

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Duke o...

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III with members of Romanov family

Alexander III with members of Romanov family

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Finland

Alexander III, the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Duke o...

On March 13, 1881, Alexander’s father, Emperor Alexander II, was assassinated in St. Petersburg by Narodnaya Volya, and Alexander unexpectedly succeeded to the throne. On the day of his assassination, Alexander... More

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