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Peter III. von Rußland / Kpfst. RidingerPeter (Pjotr) III. Fjodorowitsch, Kaiser von Rußland (1762), zuvor (ab 1739) als Karl Peter Ulrich Herzog von Holstein-Gottorp;

Peter III. von Rußland / Kpfst. RidingerPeter (Pjotr) III. Fjodorowitsch, Kaiser von Rußland (1762), zuvor (ab 1739) als Karl Peter Ulrich Herzog von Holstein-Gottorp;

A rare photo of Tatiana Nikolaievna Romanov, daughter of Tsar Nicolas II taken at a happier time. She and her sisters were dressing up...just playing. Still, there is something haunting in this photo. The lighting...the faded photos in the background....

A rare photo of Tatiana Nikolaievna Romanov, daughter of Tsar Nicolas II taken at a happier time. She and her sisters were dressing up...just playing. Still, there is something haunting in this photo. The lighting...the faded photos in the background....

Friedrich IV. von Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf, Kupferstich von Pieter van Gunst nach einem Gemälde von Ludwig Weyandt

Friedrich IV. von Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf, Kupferstich von Pieter van Gunst nach einem Gemälde von Ludwig Weyandt

Empress Elizaveta Petrovna was the daughter of Peter the Great, and ruled the Russian Empire for twenty years (1741-1762). Although she took the throne through a palace coup, her rule of the country was mild and allowed Russia to prosper in the arts and education. Her pro-Russian domestic policies increased the presence of the Russian nobility in the government. She also defeated the strongest warrior of Europe at the time, the Prussian king Frederick II, but died before her victory could be…

Empress Elizaveta Petrovna was the daughter of Peter the Great, and ruled the Russian Empire for twenty years (1741-1762). Although she took the throne through a palace coup, her rule of the country was mild and allowed Russia to prosper in the arts and education. Her pro-Russian domestic policies increased the presence of the Russian nobility in the government. She also defeated the strongest warrior of Europe at the time, the Prussian king Frederick II, but died before her victory could be…

French Robe de Cour? Jelena Pavlovna of Russia FULL - Category:Elena Pavlovna of…

French Robe de Cour? Jelena Pavlovna of Russia FULL - Category:Elena Pavlovna of…

Peter III - During his 186-day period of government, Peter III passed 220 new laws which he had developed and elaborated during his life as a crown prince. Elena Palmer claims that his reforms were of a democratic nature.[7] He proclaimed religious freedom[8] — in those times a revolutionary step, that not even the advanced Western Europe had taken. He fought corruption within government, established public litigation and abolished the secret police

Peter III - During his 186-day period of government, Peter III passed 220 new laws which he had developed and elaborated during his life as a crown prince. Elena Palmer claims that his reforms were of a democratic nature.[7] He proclaimed religious freedom[8] — in those times a revolutionary step, that not even the advanced Western Europe had taken. He fought corruption within government, established public litigation and abolished the secret police

Anna and elizabeth petrovna (Karelia).jpg

Anna and elizabeth petrovna (Karelia).jpg

Portrait of Catherine the Great by Dmitry Levitzky, c. 1780

Portrait of Catherine the Great by Dmitry Levitzky, c. 1780

Tsar Alexander III, Tsarina Marie Feodorovna and their family, including the future Tsar Nicholas II

Tsar Alexander III, Tsarina Marie Feodorovna and their family, including the future Tsar Nicholas II

1725-27 Imperatitsa Regnant Catherina I of Russia  Peter the Great, who she married in 1712 at St. Petersburg.  On the death of Peter in 1725, she was proclaimed czarina.

1725-27 Imperatitsa Regnant Catherina I of Russia Peter the Great, who she married in 1712 at St. Petersburg. On the death of Peter in 1725, she was proclaimed czarina.

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