Private Life of the Royal Family

Private Life of the Royal Family

Nikolay II was an examplary family man. He spent all his spare time with his family. True love and spiritual consonance distinguished this family from many others.

Private Life of the Royal Family

Nokolay spent much time with his daughters, read them books and historic works. He also never forgot about sport and hunting.

Private Life of the Royal Family

Private Life of the Royal Family

Private Life of the Royal Family

Private Life of the Royal Family

The Romanovs’ children: Anastacia, Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Alexey.

Private Life of the Royal Family

Private Life of the Royal Family

Empress Alexandra Fedorovna and a heir to the throne.

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Olga and Tatiana in 1904

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Great princesses Tatiana (to the left) and Olga with Anna Vyrubova during the summer journey to Finland in 1908.

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Maria and Olga

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Great princess Olga and Pavel Voronov, Olga was in love with him. 1912

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Olga reading

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Nikolay II playing tennis

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Tatiana and Olga

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Private Life of the Royal Family

Nikolay and Tatiana

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Private Life of the Royal Family

Maria and Anastacia

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Private Life of the Royal Family

Father and son in Cossack uniform

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In the violet room of the Empress in the Alexandrovsky Palace.

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Anastacia in the bedroom of parents

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Anastacia and Maria

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Nikolay II and children

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Nikolay II, Olga, Tatiana, Maria canoeing.

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Private Life of the Royal Family

Princess Tatiana

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Nikolay II on the tennis court

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Tatiana

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The royal family in Livadiya

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Princesses in Livadiya

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Nikolay II and Cesarevitch Alexey at the Dnieper. 1916

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Aboard the ship

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15 thoughts on “Private Life of the Royal Family”

  1. I’m not saying the royal family was good, they could have been a lot better, and listened to their people more, and not acted so harshly. (killing them while begging for food, was a no brainer)
    But seriously? Murdering women and children? That should have been seen as a sign of things to come for Russia, bad things……

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  2. Anastacia was so pretty. The whole family was beautiful. I curse those that killed these and the many 1000s of Russians with their ‘communism’. The same conspirators are working to do the same here in America. We have seen them for what they are and we nationalist will see to it that they will never bother anyone again.

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  3. I just read a few days ago on the confirmation of princess Anastasia’s death. Her body was found with her brother’s just a few meters away from her executed family.

    Sad.

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  4. fred and stan, you are both absolutly right. the only thing missing from this post is pictures of their mass grave and those of the many 100,000’s more that ‘communism’ killed

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  5. Actually, regarding communism’s bloody legacy: Joseph Stalin is reportedly responsible for the deaths of some 40 million persons. There is a Youtube vodeo: ‘The Bloody History of ‘Communism’, thay will bring you up to speed on their methods & death toll worldwide

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  6. 40 MILLION? haha!! How about 400 Million? or better, 4 Billion? Please keep watching videos in youtube, The author might be your car mechanic, but that wouyld be the least oif your worries. You just have to “believe”…

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