New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Here is a nice new collection of colorized photos from Russia at the dawn of 20th century.

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Russian prince Alexei together with his dog Joy

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Guards of “propaganda train” 1919

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Woman from “battalion of death” 1917

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Army guarding central telegraph in St.Petersburg 1917

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Russian captain Sedov

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Aviators from 1900s

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Tsar and his wife

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Procession in Petersburg

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Russian army general Wrangel in 1921 in Turkey after fleeing from Russia

 

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Stalin and Lenin

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Admiral Kolchak

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Famous Russians – Pirogov (doctor) , Stasov, Gorky (writer), Repin (artist) 1905

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Gramophones shop in St.Petersburg 1910

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

LeninĀ at a meeting 1920

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Tsar and prince in exile after the revolution, 1918

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Singer Shalyapin and writer Kuprin

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Communists top leaders during 1919 celebration of one year revolution anniversary

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Drinking team in Yaroslavl 1900s

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Leo Tolstoy in color

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Leo Trotsky

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Russian silent movie actress 1916

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Red Army soldiers 1919

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Family of a photographer 1897

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Gregory Rasputin

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century

Russian Tsar comes to army in 1916

3 thoughts on “New Colorized Photos of Russia at Beginning of 20th Century”

    • … “infamous” seems more appropriate for some of them. History could have done without Trotsky, Kolchak and Wrangel, all three of them sworn enemies of the Revolution, albeit from different sides. Kolchak actually looks like a nazi and of course, he acted like one. Images of Nicholas II always remind me of Dmitri Medvedev. Now, why is that? Hmm… Lenin addressing a crowd is one of the few images that deserve the much overused term “iconic”. But when you read RT or Sputnik today, they find almost everything “iconic”. Morons. Stalin had bad skin. But we knew that. Poor little Joseph had survived smallpox as a child. The guy enjoying a solitary Christmas dinner and Rasputin are plain weird and the “drinking team” actually seem to be having tea! I wouldn’t call that “drinking”. My favorites are Gorky & friends, the gramophone shop, the family of a photographer, the image where the samovar seems to be a member of the family, the mysterious and beautiful looking silent movie actress and of course, Leo Tolstoy. He’s pure magic! Shame, his wife gave him such a hard time.

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