Skulls of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia and Dr. Evgeniy Sergeyevich Botkin. "AL"

Skulls of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia and Dr. Evgeniy Sergeyevich Botkin. "AL"

The remains of Tsar Nicholas ll of Russia,Empress Alexandra Feodorovna,Grand Duchesses Tatiana,Olga and Anastasia Nikolaevna with their servants were found at Staraya Koptyakovskaya Road,outside Ekaterinburg in the late 1970s.In July 1998,the remains were buried in the St Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg.The remains of Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna and Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich were found on the same site in 2007.A♥W

The remains of Tsar Nicholas ll of Russia,Empress Alexandra Feodorovna,Grand Duchesses Tatiana,Olga and Anastasia Nikolaevna with their servants were found at Staraya Koptyakovskaya Road,outside Ekaterinburg in the late 1970s.In July 1998,the remains were buried in the St Peter and Paul Cathedral in St Petersburg.The remains of Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna and Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich were found on the same site in 2007.A♥W

Rest forever in peace Tsar Nicholas II Tsarina Alexandra Tsareivch Alexei GDs: Olga Tatiana Marie Anastasia,GD Elizabeth GD Michael Prince V. Paley GD S. Mikhailovich Prince J. Constantinovich Prince C. Constantinovich Prince I. Constantinovich GD Nicholas Mikhailovich GD G. Mikhailovich Prince D. Constantinovich GD P. Alexandrovich Miss C. Schneider Prince A. Dolgoruky Countess A. Hendrikova Dr. Eugene Botkin A. Trupp I. Kharitonov A. Demidova General I. Tatistchev  Brian Johnson Sister…

Rest forever in peace Tsar Nicholas II Tsarina Alexandra Tsareivch Alexei GDs: Olga Tatiana Marie Anastasia,GD Elizabeth GD Michael Prince V. Paley GD S. Mikhailovich Prince J. Constantinovich Prince C. Constantinovich Prince I. Constantinovich GD Nicholas Mikhailovich GD G. Mikhailovich Prince D. Constantinovich GD P. Alexandrovich Miss C. Schneider Prince A. Dolgoruky Countess A. Hendrikova Dr. Eugene Botkin A. Trupp I. Kharitonov A. Demidova General I. Tatistchev Brian Johnson Sister…

Depiction of the murder of Nicholas II Alexandrovich Romanov (1868-1918) & his entire family (by the Bolsheviks on the orders of Soviet founder Vladimir Lenin to avoid their rescue by the White Army): Killed with wife Alix-Alexandra & children Olga (1895-1918), Tatiana (1895-1918), Maria (1899-1918), Anastasia (1901-1918) & Alexei (1904-1918)  by unknown artist. They were shot in a basement & their bodies buried in a pit near the city Yekaterinburg. By Paul Gilbert at Royal Russia 9 May…

Depiction of the murder of Nicholas II Alexandrovich Romanov (1868-1918) & his entire family (by the Bolsheviks on the orders of Soviet founder Vladimir Lenin to avoid their rescue by the White Army): Killed with wife Alix-Alexandra & children Olga (1895-1918), Tatiana (1895-1918), Maria (1899-1918), Anastasia (1901-1918) & Alexei (1904-1918) by unknown artist. They were shot in a basement & their bodies buried in a pit near the city Yekaterinburg. By Paul Gilbert at Royal Russia 9 May…

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…

Czar Nicholas II surrounded by his beloved ladies.  L-R:  Grand Duchess Tatiana, Empress Alexandra, Grand Duchess Marie, Grand Duchess Anastasia, Czar Nicholas, and Grand Duchess Olga.

Czar Nicholas II surrounded by his beloved ladies. L-R: Grand Duchess Tatiana, Empress Alexandra, Grand Duchess Marie, Grand Duchess Anastasia, Czar Nicholas, and Grand Duchess Olga.

Doctor Eugene Botkin,médico personal del Zar Nicolás II y su familia.El doctor Botkin,fue asesinado junto a la familia imperial en Ekaterimburgo en 1918,él mantuvo se mantuvo junto al Zar y su familia,como un acto de lealtad.

Doctor Eugene Botkin,médico personal del Zar Nicolás II y su familia.El doctor Botkin,fue asesinado junto a la familia imperial en Ekaterimburgo en 1918,él mantuvo se mantuvo junto al Zar y su familia,como un acto de lealtad.

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