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Tsar Nicholas II : Above all else, Nicholas loved Russia first and then his family; he believed the fate of the two was inseparable. No one knew the shortcomings of the Romanov Dynasty better than he and yet he felt the monarchy was the only force preventing Russia from coming apart at the seams. Nicholas was intelligent enough to realize the probably of his assassination was quite high. Alexandra's decision to marry him and share his uncertain future was a commitment he always truly…

Tsar Nicholas II : Above all else, Nicholas loved Russia first and then his family; he believed the fate of the two was inseparable. No one knew the shortcomings of the Romanov Dynasty better than he and yet he felt the monarchy was the only force preventing Russia from coming apart at the seams. Nicholas was intelligent enough to realize the probably of his assassination was quite high. Alexandra's decision to marry him and share his uncertain future was a commitment he always truly…

OTMA : The daughters of Tsar Nicholas II    OTMA was an acronym sometimes used by the four daughters of Russian emperor Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna as a group nickname for themselves, built from the first letter of each girl's name in the order of their births: Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia.

OTMA : The daughters of Tsar Nicholas II OTMA was an acronym sometimes used by the four daughters of Russian emperor Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna as a group nickname for themselves, built from the first letter of each girl's name in the order of their births: Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia.

Tsar Nicholas II (Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov) (1868-1918) Russia & 5th child & only son Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich Romanov (1904-1918) Russia

Tsar Nicholas II (Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov) (1868-1918) Russia & 5th child & only son Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich Romanov (1904-1918) Russia

NICHOLAS ROMANOV BECOMES THE 18TH ROMANOV CZAR OF RUSSIA AND MARRIES (became the 18th Romanov Czar of Russia at 26, immediately took as his czarina Alexandra, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England, was a better husband than a monarch, had no grasp of the vast unrest that led to the Russian Revolution, also became the last Romanov Czar of Russia after his and his family's executions)

NICHOLAS ROMANOV BECOMES THE 18TH ROMANOV CZAR OF RUSSIA AND MARRIES (became the 18th Romanov Czar of Russia at 26, immediately took as his czarina Alexandra, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England, was a better husband than a monarch, had no grasp of the vast unrest that led to the Russian Revolution, also became the last Romanov Czar of Russia after his and his family's executions)

Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich with his father Tsar Nicholas II. Mogilev 1915.

Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich with his father Tsar Nicholas II. Mogilev 1915.

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.

Tsar Nicholas II in 1895.

Tsar Nicholas II in 1895.

Tsarevich Nicholas (Future Tsar Nicholas II) with cousins

Tsarevich Nicholas (Future Tsar Nicholas II) with cousins

Tsar Nicolas II goofing around with his friend. are they trying to plank??? 1899

Tsar Nicolas II goofing around with his friend. are they trying to plank??? 1899

Nicholas II and the Tsaritsa dressed as Alexis I and Maria Miloslavskaya, for the Winter Palace's last Imperial ball

Nicholas II and the Tsaritsa dressed as Alexis I and Maria Miloslavskaya, for the Winter Palace's last Imperial ball