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    Possibly inspiration for Marc Jacobs Spring collection? Nicholas II was the last leader to enjoy the legendary magnificence and luxury of the Imperial Russian Court

    Czar Nicholas II of Russia

    Czar Nicholas II of Russia

    Czar Nicholas II

    Czar Nicholas II in 1913.

    Olga, Grand Duchess of Russia, and one of the four daughters of Czar Nicholas II

    Czar Nicholas II - Czar Nicholas II was the last in a long line of royalty in Russia, and Grand Duke of Finland. - Nicholas II was born May 18th 1868 in St Petersburg, he died on July 17th 1918. - He had had 4 daughters and one son. - Nicholas II ruled from 1894 until his abdication on 15th March 1917. - The Czar, his wife and family were all executed by The Bolsheviks.

    Czar Nicholas II, last Czar of Russia. Fate put him on the throne of Russia when all he really wanted to be was a good Christian, a good husband, and a good father.

    Czar Nicholas II. No denying--he was a handsome man.

    Czar Nicholas II (1868-1918) Leader of Russia during the Russo-Japanese War, was in power when Mark Twain wrote "The Czar's Soliloquy" which advocated assassination of the Czar & his family. (Good to know!) Photo from Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division.

    I am not yet ready to be Tsar. I know nothing of the business of ruling. – Czar Nicholas II.

    Tsar Nicholas II

    Princess Alix of Hesse (the future wife of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia)

    Imperial Throne of Tsar Nicholas II

    Tsar Alexander III, father of Tsar Nicholas II

    Alexei Romanov, only son of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and Tsaritsa Alexandra.

    The Romanovs. Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna (1895 – 1918) of Russia, daughter of Emperor Nicholas II.

    Tsar Alexander II of Russia. Father to Tsar Alexander III and grandfather to Tsar Nicholas II

    Emperor of Russia