Olga ,Maria ,Tatiana and Alexandra …

    … I think it’s in 1914 because of the short’s tatiana hair



    OTMAA in Germany - 1910 …




    The Romanov Family’s Alphabet - H is for Hat.




    Grand Duchesses Tatiana, Olga and Maria with Alexandra Feodorovna: 1908.




    The Romanov Family’s Alphabet - G is for Gap teeth.




    Tercentenary Parade

    Nicholas II, Alexandra and Tsarevitch Alexeï during the tercentenary procession at Kremlin follow by Tatiana with the Grand Duke Cyrille Wladimirovitch, Maria with the Grand Duke Boris Wladimirovitch and Anastasia with the Grand Duke Dimitri Pavlovitch. (Olga and the Grand Duke Michael are cut by the footage)



    Anastasia and Alexei …



    Tatiana and Anastasia in the winter …



    Anastasia and Maria, 1916.


    Tatiana ,Maria and Olga …



    Alix and Alyosha



    The Romanov Family’s Alphabet - F is for Finland.

    For summer holidays on their yacht, the Imperial Family would often journey to the Finnish skerries. They would play tennis, have picnics in the open air, swim in the sea, and take photographs of each other.

    “The Emperor,” remembered Sophie Buxhoeveden, “would go to shore with the gentlemen of his suite to walk or play tennis on a rather primitive court, and in autumn there was generally some shooting, in which the officers of the yacht joined. The young Grand Duchesses sometimes went about with their father, replacing their mother, while the little Tsarevich played with the ship’s boys on the rocky beach. It was a healthy life for the young people and the bracing air of Finland did them all good.”


    OTMA on Standard …


    The big pair …

    … Olga and Tatiana


    Tatiana ,Maria ,Anastasia and Olga in carriage with nannies …



    The Romanov Family’s Alphabet - D is for Dresses.



    The Romanov Family’s Alphabet - C is for Camera.

    There was a real explosion of photography in Russia around 1900 when the Kodak Brownie camera (originating from Rochester, New York, United States) made its appearance. Tsar Nicholas II and his family were great collectors of photographs. Pictures were carefully pasted in big albums, many of them green and stamped with gold crowns. These albums were all over the private quarters of the family, but many of them were kept stacked up on the ledge of the balcony of his New Study in the Alexander Palace. In dozens and dozens of volumes they covered his entire life from childhood right up to his exile to Siberia in 1917.



    Grand Duchesses Maria, Tatiana, and Olga aboard the Standart: 1908.








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