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Tsar Alexander III and Empress Marie Feodorovna

Tsesarevich Alexander III Romanov & Tsesarevna Dagmar-Maria Feodorovna in 1878 by unknown photographer.

Tsar Alexander III and Empress Marie Feodorovna, parents of Tsar Nicholas II.

Tsar Alexander III and Empress Marie Feodorovna, parents of Tsar Nicholas II.

Tsar Alexander III enjoyed simple joys of life and physical activity.For example in winter he would help build snow fortresses with his children and their teachers.He will hide in an upstair floor window and dunk people with water as they walk passed.In this photo are the Tsar Alexander lll of Russia,Grand Duke Mikhail Alexandrovich Romanov of Russia,Marc-Ferdinand Thormeyer (French tutor) and Charles Heath (English tutor). "AL"

imperial-russia: “ “Emperor Alexander III enjoyed simple joys of life and physical activity. For example in winter he would help build snow fortresses with his children and their teachers.

The future Tsar of Russia (1845-1894) Alexander III (in 1881) and his spouse Marie Feodorovna (1847-1928) - 1868

The future Alexander III and Maria Feodorovna (Dagmar) of Russia. Parents of Nicholas II - 1866 CF

Мария Федоровна

Alexander III Maria Feodorovna,Tsar & Tsarina of Imperial Russia, parents of the last Tsar, Nicolas II.

Tsar Alexander III of Russia and his spouse Marie Feodorovna, their children, also Tsarevich Nicholas - 1887

Tsar Alexander III, Tsarina Marie Feodorovna and their family, including the future Tsar Nicholas II

Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovitch of Russia (1880-1918) was the younger brother of Tsar Nicholas II.  When his brother abdicated, he named Michael as his successor without his knowledge.  Michael renounced the throne and he was arrested.  He was imprisoned and murdered in 1918.  His remains were never found.

The brother of Tsar Nicholas II, Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovich Romanov Michael was the first of the Romanovs to be executed by the Bolsheviks. i guess he was just too over the top for starving people.

Alexandra and Nicholas, with Alexei, their only son. He was born with hemophilia. The whole family was killed by Bolsheviks in 1918 after the Russian Revolution of 1917. Russia's massive defeat and losses in World War I was a major cause.

indypendentroyalty: “ Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, Tsarevich Alexei Nikolayevich and Emperor Nicholas II at Tsarskoye Selo ” I believe this was taken at the Army Headquarters in Mogilev, not Tsarskoe.

Alexander lll with Dagmar.

A sad farewell, a depiction of the death of Alexander III in 1894 with his wife empress Maria Feodorovna attending him. Shared by Edith Cruz

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