A copy of the preliminary investigation made by Nicholas Sokolov into the murders of the Imperial family in 1919.

Copy of preliminary investigation made by Nicholas Sokolov into murders of Imperial family in

Emperor Nicholas II of Russia with his five children: Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, and Tsarevich Alexei. Photograph taken at Mogilev, 1916.

From left to right, Grand Duchesses Anastasia and Olga; Tsar Nicholas II, Tsarevich Alexei, Grand Duchesses Tatiana and Maria with Cossacks in Courtesy: Beinecke Library.

Pierre Gilliard, tutor of Tsar Nicholas II Romanov children wrote the book "Thirteen Years at the Russian Court". He was not allowed in the Ipatiev House in Ekaterinburg but stayed in town. When the house was suddenly empty he went in: “I went to the bottom floor & with much emotion I entered the room in which perhaps they had met their death. Its appearance was sinister-the walls & floor showed traces of bullets & bayonet scars. My 1st glance showed that an odious crime had happened there.”

A young Pierre Gilliard, imperial French Tutor, who later worked for years trying to discredit Anastasia claimant Anna Anderson.

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there was a vast Empire, stretching from the beaches of the Crimea to deep Siberian forest. Its capital never knew the darkness of the night in summer, its countryside flourished with myths and folk legends.

Dr. Yevgenii Sergeievich Botkin, who was murdered with the Imperial family.

The Romanovs' family doctor, Yevgenii Sergeievich Botkin, who was murdered with the Imperial family by the Bolsheviks on July

Last Order of the Nicholas II (Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov) (1868-1918) Russia in 1917. No. 371. 1st Child of Emperor Alexander III (Alexander Alexandrovich Romanov) (1845-1894) & Princess Dagmar (Maria Feodorovna) (1847-1928) Denmark.

Last Order of Nicholas II (Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov) Russia in No. Child of Emperor Alexander III (Alexander Alexandrovich Romanov) & Princess Dagmar (Maria Feodorovna) Denmark.

The encrypted telegram from Beloborodov & Goloshchekin to Sverdlov advising them that the imperial family had been executed.

The encrypted telegram from Beloborodov Goloshchekin to Sverdlov advising them that the imperial family had been executed.

Alexei’s 1916 diary and its opening page.    “The first diary of my little Alexey.  Mama. Tsarskoye Selo.”

Alexei’s 1916 diary and its opening page.” (Once again, a special thanks to Anna from littleyellowcup for being kind enough to translate.

1914 - Genereal Headquarters at Stavka

Emperor Nicholas II photographed in 1914 at the gates of the General Headquarters (Stavka) at Baranavichy. At the beginning of the First World War, Baranavichy was chosen as the location of the Stavka, which was later moved to Mogilev in August

Olga and Tatiana ~ Nicholas had named his two eldest daughters, Olga and Tatiana, after the two leading women characters from Alexander Pushkin’s classic novel, Eugene Onegin ~

Grand Duchesses Olga and Tatiana. Tsar Nicholas had named his two eldest daughters, Olga and Tatiana, after the two leading women characters from Alexander Pushkin’s classic novel, Eugene Onegin.

romanovs burial place: 14 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

romanovs burial place: 14 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

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