Romanov family photos, which you can hardly see
• Romanov family photos that you can hardly see
A close friend of the last Russian imperial family has made a series of "informal" Romanov photos, enough already for six albums. These albums are now kept in the Beinecke Library at Yale University. We suggest you look at some of them.
Empress Alexandra. She and her husband and five children, were executed on July 17, 1918 during the Revolution.
Alex. Alex was the youngest of five children - at the time of his death he was 13 years old. He was heir to the throne.
Alexandra was obsessed with the safety of his only son, who was suffering from hemophilia.
Olga and Tatiana. All seven members of the Romanov family were canonized as martyrs in 2000.
Alexander and Tatiana. Tatiana was 21 years old when she died.
Alexander and Tatiana. Mother and daughter were very close.
Maria, second daughter mladshenstvu. She had blue eyes. At the time of execution she was 19 years old.
Tatiana and Olga and Anna Vyrubova, maid of honor Alexandra. During the First World War, Tatiana and Olga worked the Red Cross nurses.
Tatiana. Tatiana and Olga received the title of chief of the regiment during adolescence. It is their very fun.
Anastasia, Tatiana and Maria. Tatiana and Olga lived in one bedroom, Maria and Anastasia - in another. Olga died at 22 years old, Anastasia - in 17 years.
Alexander. Over time, the Empress became even more obsessed with her son's safety.
Alex and Czar Nicholas II. The last weeks of life, Alex was confined to a wheelchair.
Alex. Because of hemophilia for Alexei games it had to be watched very carefully in order to avoid life-threatening injuries. Relatives called him "kid."
Anastasia and Alexei. Two of the youngest.