- the last czar of Russia who was forced to abdicate in 1917 by the Russian Revolution; he and his family were executed by the Bolsheviks (1868-1918)
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- How does he know that Nicholas II rolled his R's charmingly? Czar-Crossed Writers
- The last czar of Russia, Nicholas II, and his czarina, Alexandra, led a contented family life with four daughters and a son.
- When he abdicated in 1917, Nicholas II, tsar of Russia, rather hoped he might have been allowed to live out the rest of his days in peace with his family in the Crimea.
- More than 500 works, including Imperial Easter Eggs, featuredPeople are fascinated by the objects created by Karl Fabergé, not just because they are beautiful and crafted from precious metals and jewels, but also because they are associated with the last tsar of Russia, Nicholas II and his family, who were murdered in 1918 by the Bolsheviks during the Russian revolution. Fabergé Revealed at Virginia Museum
- October 30, 1905, Tsar Nicholas II of Russia grants Russia's first constitution, creating a legislative assembly.
- There is a lovely example from 1924, of the pearl-draped niece of Czar Nicholas II. From the Shadows of Giants
- The closer analogue is the criminal ineptness of Tsar Nicholas II and his Generals in the Russo-Japanese War 1904-05. War in Lebanon
- For the brooch is an engagement present from Tsar Nicholas II, the last emperor of Russia, to then Princess Alix of Hesse who was to become his wife in 1894. Crowning Jewelry
- And the family of regal martyrs (Emperor Nicholas II, Empress Alexandra, tsarevnas Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia and tsarevich Alexey) bring us into the 20th century, representing the picture of new martyrs of Russia.
- The prince's Romanov-style beard may be designed to hide a bobsleighing scar but he turns heads wherever he goes in Russia because of his physical likeness to Tsar Nicholas II, the cousin of King George V, his grandfather.