RM2K0366T–Kondraty Fedorovich Ryleev was a Russian poet, publisher, and a leader of the Decembrist Revolt, which attempted to overthrow the Russian monarchy in 1825.
RMW7CCR4–Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna of Russia (1819-1876), Duchess of Leuchtenberg.
RM2D4CXC2–Partitions of Poland. The First Partition of Poland. It was decided on August 5, 1772. The agreement was signed in Vienna in February 1772. The partition was conducted by the Habsburg Monarchy, the Kingdom of Prussia and the Russian Empire. Allegory of the First Partition of Poland: on the left Catherine II of Russia; at the right are Joseph II of Austria and Frederick II of Prussia, quarrelling over their territorial seizures. Engraving by Lemaitre, Vernier and Chaillot after the allegorical drawing titled 'The Troelfth Cake' by Jean-Michael Moreau. History of Poland, by Charles Foster. Panor
RM2PK21KF–Map showing the partitions of Poland, from top left, Poland before 1772, after 1772, after 1793 and after 1795. They were three partitions of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth that ended the existence of the state, resulting in the elimination of sovereign Poland and Lithuania for 123 years and were conducted by the Habsburg monarchy, the Kingdom of Prussia, and the Russian Empire. From the book Outline of History by H.G. Wells, published 1920.
RFRG4811–June 30, 2018 - The front side of the Winter Palace in Russia, former home to the Russian monarchy
RF2AMEW17–Austria-Hungarian infantry bayonet remade from Russian bayonet of Mosin system. From the time of WWI.
RMRT635A–Pawel Petrowitsch Liprandi, russian general, 1796-1864, commander-in-chief of the left part of the russian army in front of Sevastopol, lithography from: 'National-Kalender für alle Kronländer der kaiserl. königl. österreichischen Monarchie auf das Schaltjahr 1856 ' (National calender for all crownlands of the imperial monarchy of Austria, 1856), lithographer W. Klimt, published by Carl Wilhelm Medow, Leitmeritz / Prague., Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMKYEP98–Illustration from the Russian satirical journal Signaly (Signals) depicting three gallows inside of a decorative frame of plants and architecture and the word 'Hooray', which is written in the corners and repeatedly at the bottom of the frame; The frames of the gallows resemble the Russian letter for 'p', and are meant to be followed by the letters written in between the frames, spelling 'Partiya Pravovogo Poryadka', which translates to 'Party of Legal Order', a right-wing political party from the early 1900s that supported the monarchy; The text below the picture reads 'P P P', referencing th
RM2A814R5–Vintage 1917 Revolution Russian Soviet propaganda poster showing Revolutionary soldiers marching with a banner Freedom in Sergiev Posad of the Moscow Province. The February Revolution, known in Soviet history as the February Bourgeois Democratic Revolution and sometimes as the March Revolution, was the first of two revolutions which took place in Russia in 1917. The main events of the revolution took place in and near Petrograd , the then-capital of Russia, where long-standing discontent with the monarchy erupted into mass protests against food rationing
RMHRKP2D–Russian Imperial Family of Nicholas II
RMDGTM5C–Catherine I, Yekaterina I Alekseyevna, or Marta Elena Skavronska, 1684-1727, Empress of Russia
RMDRAR0M–Russian troops at the time of the Revolution
RMBRJ5GY–Portrait photo c1914 of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and his family - all murdered in July 1918 following the Russian Revolution.
RF2E2GYP9–The First World War period. Russian war prisoner transport.
RF2A13JAG–Russian history painting of Tsar Peter the Great.
RFC7GMCJ–Imperial throne of Russia Kremlin Moscow Russian Empire Tsardom Soviet Union empires Monarch monarchy head of state head of
RFD770DE–Paul I, 1754 - 1801, Emperor of Russia, woodcut from 1880
RMEWGMMG–When hope was the Order of the Day - Soldiers marching to the Duma with banner inscribed 'Down with the Monarchy! Long live the Democratic Republic!' Russia 1917
RMR67T2F–BOLSHEVIK POSTER 1919 showing serfs suffering under the church and monarchy
RM2K02X93–Kondraty Fedorovich Ryleev. He was a Russian poet, publisher, and a leader of the Decembrist Revolt, which attempted to overthrow the Russian monarchy in 1825.
RMW7CCWY–Tsarevich Demetrius with Murder Scenes.
RM2CC929J–Alexander II of Russia (1818-1881). Czar of the Russian Empire from 1855 to 1881. Portrait. Engraving. La Ilustracion Española y Americana, 1881.
RMTXG5R8–The Russian royal family : Nicholas II and the Tsarina with thier four daughters and their son the Tsarevich.
RFRG47WK–June 30, 2018- St. Petersburg, Russia: The former home of the Russian monarchy, the grand Winter Palace is a tourist site viewed here from the square
RMDFBXGH–Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor receives, to the Russian Embassy of the Grand Prince of Moscow, Vasily III. Colored engraving.
RMRD6W3P–Peter I. the Great, Tsar of Russia and first emperor of the Russian Empire, woodcut from 1880
RM2AYWWN0–Tsar Nicholas the Second (1868-1918) the czar of Russia from 1894 to 1917 deposed during the socialist revolutions of 1917. Shown wearing traditional Russian royal coronation robes on his crowning on May 14th 1896
RF2BAEF7P–The First World War period. Russian war prisoner transport.
RM2PNGA2E–Korea: Tomb portrait of either King Micheon or King Gogugwon, or Minister Dong Shou, Koguryo, Anak Tomb 3, c. 371 CE. Goguryeo or Koguryŏ was an ancient Korean kingdom located in present day northern and central parts of the Korean Peninsula, southern Manchuria, and southern Russian Maritime province. Along with Baekje and Silla, Goguryeo was one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. Goguryeo was an active participant in the power struggle for control of the Korean peninsula as well as associated with the foreign affairs of neighboring polities in China and Japan.
RF2MKWM9W–The Russian empire at its greatest extent in 1866
RMADJBRC–Tsar Peter the Great striking a priest in a monastery. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2G72P7B–Catherine the Great. Portrait of Catherine II of Russia (1729-1796) by Fedor Rokotoff, oil on canvas, 18th century
RM2EA6GA2–The First World War. Eastern Front. German headquarters in Russian Poland
RM2GF3E1D–Reception of the Russian embassy by Bogdykhan. Engraving from 1706.
RM2AAP2CX–Emperor Peter I of Russia (1672-1725) instituted a beard tax to bring Russian society in line with Western European models. To enforce the ban on beards, the Tsar empowered police to forcibly and publicly shave those who refused to pay the tax. Resistance to going clean shaven was widespread with many believing that it was a religious requirement for a man to wear a beard.
RFEH12M4–Peter I. the Great, Tsar of Russia and first emperor of the Russian Empire, woodcut from 1880
RMH94N40–The main landmark of the Palace Square is Winter Palace - winter residential of Russian monarchy
RF2HX4WTW–The Great War. A Skirmish between the Cossacks and the Austrians during the Capture of Galich (Ukraine). Ivanov Lithography, [1914 to 1915]
RMRJRJAA–Grand Duke Michael Mikhailovich of Russia (1861 - 1929); grandson of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia. For some years he lived in Wiesbaden, Nassau and in Cannes. He settled permanently in England in 1900. He became a prominent member of British society. He lost his fortune with the fall of the Russian monarchy in 1918. Three of his brothers were killed by the Bolsheviks, but he escaped the Russian Revolution because he was living abroad. He spent his last years living under reduced circumstances with the financial help of his son-in-law Sir Harold Wernher.
RMW7CC0K–Saint Anna of Kashin.
RM2CC929R–Alexander II of Russia (1818-1881). Czar of the Russian Empire from 1855 to 1881. Portrait, detail. Engraving. La Ilustracion Española y Americana, 1881.
RMBRJ40A–Portrait c1915 of Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanov (1901 - 1918) - youngest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia.
RFJCJ6E9–Bronze State two-headed eagle after restoration on the fence of the Alexander Column on The Palace Square
RF2A13JD0–Portrait of the Romanov Imperial family in 1913.
RMP8BJB2–Cover page of Theophan Prokopovich's treatise 'Truth about the Monarch's Will'. Museum: Russian State Library, Moscow.
RF2AYX3HW–The Russian Tsaritsa Alexandra Feodorovna Princess Alix of Hesse and by Rhine seated in the middle with her daughters Olga on the left and Tatiana standing in the middle at back whilst working at the Tsarskoye Selo (Pushkin) military hospital during World War 1
RF2BAEF78–The First World War. Eastern Front. Russian war prisoners.
RMTTX7FT–The incubus of the Habsburg ('Le Cauchemar des Habsbourg'), caricature on the Habsburg monarchy: Franz Ferdinand at the bust of Franz Joseph resting, beneath the map with the territory of the House of Habsburg, the of the poor man of a Russian and of a Prussian soldiers surround is, a Bersaglieri (Italian infantry) grab to Tyrol. detail from the French journal 'Cocorico' (1901), Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RF2ARK0PG–HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall visiting Salisbury after the first Russian Spy Poisoning Novichok incident.
RFJ7RDBE–easter easter egg egg eggs russia russian blue travel church culture blank
RM2HJ9226–Catherine the Great. Portrait of Catherine II of Russia (1729-1796) by Alexander Roslin (1718-1793), oil on canvas, c. 1776/7
RF2E2GYP5–The First World War period. Mlawa, arrival of a Russian war prisoner transport.
RM2B2TFKB–The small crown of the Russian Empress Elizabeth Petrovna. Painting of the 19th century.
RM2HA78FT–A late 19th Century illustration of Catherine II (1729-1796), commonly known as Catherine the Great,at the head of the Russian army. She was the last reigning Empress Regnant of Russia (from 1762 until 1796) and the country's longest-ruling female leader. She came to power following the overthrow of her husband and second cousin, Peter III. Under her reign, Russia grew larger, its culture was revitalised, and it was recognised as one of the great powers of Europe.
RM2H6DAMY–Russian greyhound. Loki, the dog of Tsar Nikolái Aleksándrovich Románov (1868-1918) Russia. Old 19th century engraved illustration from La Nature 1897
RFH94MMA–The stylish Neva embankment with beautiful architectural masterpieces of the Russian monarchy in Saint Petersburg.
RM2RCD3A7–Portrait of Catherine II of Russia, commonly known as Catherine the Great, was one of the most prominent and influential monarchs in Russian history. She was born on April 21, 1729, and reigned as Empress of Russia from 1762 until her death in 1796. Catherine the Great is remembered for her efforts to modernize Russia and her significant contributions to political, cultural, and intellectual spheres. She expanded the Russian Empire through military conquests and diplomacy, acquiring territories such as Crimea and parts of Poland. Catherine implemented domestic reforms
RMKCETW0–Russian soldiers (deserting), with a banner stating 'Down with the Monarchy' during the Russian Revolution of 1917
RMW7CBWE–Mikhail Feodorovich is summoned to the Russian throne on March 14, 1613.
RM2GBANGD–Alexander II of Russia (1818-1881). Czar of the Russian Empire from 1855 to 1881. Portrait, detail. Engraving. Later colouration. La Ilustración Española y Americana, 1881.
RMPB03ND–Soviet Propaganda Magazine Interior, Bezbozhnik u Stanka (Atheist at his Bench) Magazine, Illustration by Nikolai Kogout, 1920's
RFJCJ6E6–Bronze State two-headed eagle after restoration on the fence of the Alexander Column on The Palace Square
RMTXGAWN–The Palace Place and the Ministry, St. Petersburg, Russia
RMP8BJB3–Double page of Theophan Prokopovich's treatise 'Truth about the Monarch's Will'. Museum: Russian State Library, Moscow.
RMAJ82R1–Nicholas II Tsar of Russia, as Tsarevich, c1890. Artist: Unknown
RF2BAEGJM–The First World War. Russian Cossack. Scene from the Battle of Lublin.
RFHWJ6NJ–ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA - JULY 10, 2016: Three-headed eagle, architecture element fence of Alexander column. Saint Petersburg, Russia.
RMCBP221–The arms of the Russian Federation
RM2M3HH0G–The Romanovs family: the Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich of Russia with his wife Princess Elisabeth of Saxe-Altenburg (or Elisaveta Mavrikievna Romanova) and the children
RM2HJ9222–Catherine the Great. Portrait of Catherine II of Russia (1729-1796) by Johann Baptist Lampi the Elder (1751-1830), oil on canvas, 1793
RF2E53B23–The First World War. Successful attack of German and Austro-Hungarian cavalry against Russian cavalry west of Warsaw.
RM2GF3E2C–The Chinese wall and the entrance of the Russian embassy to Bogdykhan. Engraving from 1706.
RF2PYWHPF–Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK. 18th June 2018. King Charles III (formerly Prince Charles) and The Queen Consort (formerly Duchess of Cornwall) visiting Salisbury in June 2018 shortly after the Russian Spy Novichok incident.
RM2CB7DWH–Portrait of Alexander III of Russia (Saint Petersburg 1845 - Livadia 1894) was Tsar of the Russian Empire, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Finland. Old XIX century engraved illustration from La Ilustracion Española y Americana 1894
RMPHH55D–Peter the Great portrait, Peter I or Peter Alexeyevich 1672 – 1725 ruled the Tsardom of Russia and later the Russian Empire from 7 May (O.S. 27 April) 1682 until his death in 1725, jointly ruling before 1696 with his elder half-brother, Ivan V, antique illustration from 1880
RMM65765–1900s 1917 SIBERIAN RIFLES AND COSSACKS TROOPS WITH SIGNS DOWN WITH MONARCHY ON WAY TO DUMA IN PETROGRAD ST. PETERSBURG RUSSIA - h9555 CPC001 HARS MONARCHY RUSSIAN 1917 ANTI-BOLSHEVIK B&W BLACK AND WHITE COSSACKS DUMA LOOKING AT CAMERA OLD FASHIONED PERSONS PETERSBURG PETROGRAD SIBERIAN SLAVIC-SPEAKING WHITE ARMY
RMF7P8C5–Edward VII in his uniform as Colonel of a Russian regiment
RMDE2C46–The Russian royal family visiting Sarov Monastery, Russia, 1903. Artist: K von Hahn
RM2E3P3J3–Peter I, byname Peter the Great, Russian in full Pyotr Alekseyevich (1672-1725). Tsar and Emperor of al the Russias. Potrait. Engraving by Lemaitre, Vernier and Moret. History of Russia by Jean Marie Chopin (1796-1870). Panorama Universal, Spanish edition, 1839.
RM2DBHXHG–Stalin during the Russian civil war, after the fall of the monarchy. After several years of exile, following the revolutions of 1918, he joined Lenin as he rejected the government and Kerensky. He became Commissar of Nationalities.
RFCRP41P–Russian Eagle on of the Church of Resurrection in St. Petersburg Russia
RM2A5YYNX–Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova (1872-1918), Empress consort of Russia and wife of Nicholas II, with her son Alexei Nikolaevich, Tsarevich of Russia (1904-1918).
RMP9DBXD–Nakaz (Instructions) of Catherine the Great to the Legislative Commission of 1767. Museum: Russian National Library, St. Petersburg.
RMRKD4PM–France, Cover of ''Le Miroir'' magazine of 25th. of march 1917...In Russia, the former Tsar Nicolas II with the Tsarevitch Alexis
RF2BAEFYC–The First World War. Eastern Front. German headquarters in Russian Poland
RMMAP85X–Catherine II the Great (1729-1796). Empress of Russia. Portrait. Engraving, 19th century.
RFDJAGF3–17th century XVII to18th century XVIII Russian Lady of Torschko summer costume
RMGD5FH3–Catherine the Great. Portrait of Empresss Catherine II of Russia (1729-1796) by Fyodor Rokotov, 1763
RF2E53AYT–The First World War period. Austro-Hungarian cavalry attacks a Russian unit defending a Galician estate.
RM2F693NB–Russian battle with the Horde at Vozha River in 1378. The miniature of the 16th century.
RF2PYWHEN–Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK. 18th June 2018. King Charles III (formerly Prince Charles) and The Queen Consort (formerly Duchess of Cornwall) visiting Salisbury in June 2018 shortly after the Russian Spy Novichok incident.
RM2CB7D0C–Imperial Crown of Russia, is the crown that served to crown the sovereigns of the Russian Empire from Catherine II of Russia to the coronation of Nicholas II of Russia in 1896. Old XIX century engraved illustration from La Ilustracion Española y Americana 1894
RMMPNE52–Nicholas II, Tsar of Russia and his son, Alexei, in military uniform, 1915. Artist: Unknown.
RMDG1EY8–Ak Xenija Alexandrowna, Alexander Michailowitsch Romanow, Adel Russland;
RM2K02MR2–Europe and the worlds greatest monarchy - Russia. Satire by V. Ross.
RMW7CD0R–Portrait of Grand Duke Pavel Petrovich (1754-1801).
RM2E3P3J5–Peter I, byname Peter the Great, Russian in full Pyotr Alekseyevich (1672-1725). Tsar and Emperor of al the Russias. Potrait, detail. Engraving by Lemaitre, Vernier and Moret. History of Russia by Jean Marie Chopin (1796-1870). Panorama Universal, Spanish edition, 1839.
RM2JPR09D–Maria Feodorovna ( 1847 – 1928), known before her marriage as Princess Dagmar of Denmark, was Empress of Russia from 1881 to 1894 as spouse of Emperor Alexander III.
RFCRP416–Russian Eagle on of the Church of Resurrection in St. Petersburg Russia
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