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  • Eireen

    Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich and Tsar Nicholas II sawing wood at Tobolsk in 1917

  • Maria Ines Talamas

    Alexei and Nicholas sawing wood during exile of the imperial family in Tobolsk Source : http://www.pravmir.ru/110-foto-tsesarevicha-alekseya/#ixzz3VDqpxECI

  • Carol Haddock

    Nicholas and Alexei chop wood in captivity at Tobolsk during the winter of 1917.

  • Ivy mae

    Alexei Nikolaevich, Tsarevich of Russia - Nicholas and Alexei cut wood in captivity at Tobolsk during the winter of 1917

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