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  Romanov to return to Russia - smh.com.au
Prince Alexander Romanov, who has died aged 72, was a great-grandson of Tsar Alexander III of Russia and the first member of the imperial family to return to Russia after the 1918 revolution.
Alexander remained with her until her death in 1961, and was a constant source of light relief to her, even coping with the sinister Mother Martha, a Russian Orthodox nun who had moved in with the grand duchess and all but controlled access to her.
Alexander was present when the author James Pope-Hennessy came to visit the grand duchess in 1957 to prise from her some memories of Queen Mary for his authorised biography.
www.smh.com.au /articles/2002/10/13/1034222679680.html   (831 words)

  
 Drew Spencer Family Tree - aqwg151
Alexander III King of Scotland [Parents] was born 1241.
Alexander II King of Scotland [Parents] was born 1198.
Alexander III King of Scotland was born 1241 and died 1286.
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 The Romanov Faction -2005
He acted in a scatty manner and this was excused by his colleagues as a result of the horrors of war numbing and warping his mind.
Although Neave has likely seen her on her travels with the Romanovs, it was only after the death of her daughter Nicola that Neave first encountered her in the lands of Cornovii.
A capable pirate, and captain of an all female crew, Katarina is seeking the answers to her daughters death while trying to take in being related to a potentially evil dragon.
www.geocities.com /anient_earle/Romanov2.html   (1069 words)

  
 Alexander II of Russia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alexander gave evidence of a kind disposition and a tender-heartedness which were considered out of place in one destined to become a military autocrat.
Alexander II resolved to try the effect of some moderate liberal reforms in an attempt to quell the revolutionary agitation, and for this purpose he instituted a ukase for creating special commissions, composed of high officials and private personages who should prepare reforms in various branches of the administration.
On the morning of April 20, 1879, Alexander II was walking towards the Square of the Guards Staff and faced Alexander Soloviev, a 33 year-old former student.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Alexander_II_of_Russia   (2150 words)

  
 Alexander Palace Time Machine - Alexander I
Under La Harpe's tutelage Alexander was well versed in European culture, history and political principals - the young prince became an idealist in the tradition of the Enlightenment - however, La Harpe's focus on theoretical, abstract principals left Alexander without the strength of character and resolve to be a truly effective leader.
Alexander was 17 in 1793 when he married the lovely Elizabeth of Baden, a pretty princess who was only fourteen years old.
With the tacit approval of Alexander, the Tsar was murdered at the Mikhailovski Castle in St. Petersburg during the night of March 11, 1801.
www.alexanderpalace.org /palace/AlexanderPavlovich.html   (952 words)

  
 Alexander Palace Time Machine - Nicholas II
The Alexander Palace was the site of his birth, where his mother delivered him in her plush Blue Bedroom on the sixth of May in 1868.
Alexander III was an impressive man, who dominated others by his size and powerful personally.
Alexander's doctors advised a trip to the gentle climate of the Crimea.
www.alexanderpalace.org /palace/AlexPalaceNRbio.html   (1561 words)

  
 Romanov Takes Over Kristall Distillery
Alexander Romanov took over the office of the factory from his rival Vladimir Svirsky on Tuesday night.
Romanov claims that the previous management f for which Svirsky served as chief accountant f drove Kristall to the edge of bankruptcy.
Romanov was in a hurry to take control over the territory of the factory prior to the meeting of Kristall's shareholders scheduled for Monday, Svirsky said.
www.themoscowtimes.com /stories/2000/10/19/019-print.html   (448 words)

  
 Alexander Romanov (Command & Conquer) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Romanov is mocking Yuri, because the latter's headquarters are in Transylvania.
Alexander Romanov is a distant relative of the last Russian Tsar, Nicholas II of Russia (he is not the Tsar's son Tsarevich Alexei, who did not survive the revolution).
Romanov is appointed by the Allied commanders to be the puppet head of the Soviet Union after its defeat in the invasion of Europe (which took place in Command and Conquer: Red Alert) for no specific reason other than the premier's stupidity.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Alexander_Romanov_(Command_&_Conquer)   (487 words)

  
 Alexander III   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The second son of Alexander II was born in St. Petersburg on February 26, 1845.
He came to the throne on March 1, 1881, at the age 36 after the assassination of his father and was crowned in the Dormition Cathedral of the Moscow Kremlin on May 15, 1883.
Alexander III died on October 20, 1894, in Livadia, Crimea, and was buried in the Cathedral of the St. Peter and St. Paul Fortress in St. Petersburg.
www2.sptimes.com /Treasures/TC.2.3.18.html   (188 words)

  
 Alexander III
In 1866 Alexander married Princess Marie Dagmar, the daughter of King Kristian IX of Denmark and sister of Queen Alexandra of Britain.
Alexander became Tsar of Russia on the assassination of Alexander II in 1881.
During his reign Alexander followed a repressive policy against those seeking political reform and persecuted other Jews and others who were not members of the Russian Orthodox Church.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /RUSalexander3.htm   (197 words)

  
 Whims of Fate [The Voice of Russia]
Alexander loved his wife and was faithful to her.
When Alexander got a renal disease in the late 1880s, he was told any drinking was ruled out, and the Empress personally saw to it that her husband did not defy the ban.
Alexander was in his usual command of emotions when he walked out of the carriage to calm down everyone and gave the injured what help he could.
www.vor.ru /English/whims/whims_008.html   (903 words)

  
 Red Alert 2 Encyclopedia Article @ Thoughtfully.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
A distant relative of the last Russian Czar, Romanov became a Bolshevik, and was appointed by the Allied commanders to (presumably) be the puppet head of the Soviet Union.
With Stalin dead and the war over, the Allies appoint Alexander Romanov as a puppet ruler, stating that "although an aristocrat and a member of the Communist party, Romanov was an advocate of peace".
Romanov builds up a supposedly peaceful "World Socialist Alliance" that is ostensibly meant to lend peaceful aide to other socialist nations, notably Iraq, Libya, and Cuba.
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The last Romanov Tsar was Nicholas II (Russian name Nikolai) who was Tsar from 1894 until 1917, when the Romanov Dynasty came to a tragic end. Nicholas II is the focus of this paper, but to understand the Nicholas II reign requires a short description of rule under the Tsars preceding him.
Alexander III came to the throne as Tsar on March 1, 1881 after the assassination of his father, when he was only 36 years old.
However, in the Fall of 1894, Tsar Alexander III developed a serious nephritis condition, which is a chronic inflammation of the kidneys, and died on October 20, 1894 at only 47 years of age. This event caused Nicholas II to ascended to the throne and he was crowned on May 14, 1896.
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 The Russian Monarchy
During this period Tzarskoje Selo saw the completion of new interiors in the Catherine and Alexander Palaces, and an increase in the number of pavilions in the Catherine and Alexander Parks.
Alexander II had 3 children from Princess Dolgorukaya who inherited the surname and title of their mother.
During this period new interiors were decorated in the Alexander Palace at Tzarskoje Selo, and the Fyodorov Village, an architectural ensemble in the medieval Russian style, was constructed.
eng.tzar.ru /history/monarchy   (1886 words)

  
 Alexander I - Romanov Rule - History - Russia - Europe
Catherine II died in 1796 and was succeeded by her son, Paul I. His increasingly despotic and unbalanced policies prompted court nobles to conspire against him, and he was murdered in 1801.
Under Alexander, Russia achieved unprecedented prestige and glory as a result of its victory over Napoleon’s invading army in 1812 and subsequent military victories in Germany and France.
Upon Alexander’s death in 1825, a group of military officers who became known as the Decembrists launched a coup to prevent Alexander’s brother Nicholas I from ascending to the throne.
countriesquest.com /europe/russia/history/romanov_rule/alexander_i.htm   (200 words)

  
 Cristall Former GD Carried to Court on Stretchers - Kommersant Moscow
Alexander Romanov was carried to court hall on the stretchers.
Alexander Romanov was ousted from one of the biggest distilleries in Russia - Cristall - under the BOD resolution of August 12, 2005 “due to financial violation.” The first thing that Romanov’s successor, acting GD of Cristall Igor Kriskovets did was to block the access to distillery for Romanov.
Romanov declared his ouster illegal and pledged to pursue all legal avenues to return to the enterprise.
www.kommersant.com /page.asp?idr=529&id=610690   (411 words)

  
 The Romanov Faction -2002
Generally likeable as long as you are on the same side as her, she made several enemies Neave knows of.
Mostly harmless, kind of a swashbuckler type, he was one of the only Romanov’s Neave did not heal from infighting.
Neave and her brother Karim also camp with the Romanov's unless Neave is visiting her husband Lord Flint, then she may well be anywhere.
www.geocities.com /anient_earle/Romanov1.html   (332 words)

  
 Russian Royal Family
See 32.13 - Alexander was succeeded as Emperor of all the Russias by his brother Nicholas I. Luise took the name " Elisabeth Alexeievna" on her marriage.
Alexander's first love was Princess Marie Elimovna Mestcherski who he was forced to abandon in order to marry Princess Dagmar.
Prince Nicholas Romanov was elected President of The Romanoff Family Association on 31 December 1992 (and possibly by inference considered as the Senior Male Representative of the House of Romanov)
www.btinternet.com /~allan_raymond/Russian_Royal_Family.htm   (1909 words)

  
 alexander_feodor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
We should care because if Alexander neither died in 1825 nor abdicated as tsar, then the next two Romanovs who succeeded him (Nicholas I and Alexander II) were illegitimate and all ordinances issued from 1825 to 1864 were therefore null and void.
Alexander is portrayed as complicit in the 1801 murder of his father, Tsar Paul I, and torn by remorse and guilt the rest of his life.
Alexander Romanov became Tsar in 1801 (the year of Cardinal Newman’s birth) after courtiers assassinated his father, Paul I. He knew in advance what the conspirators planned and did nothing to prevent it.
www.patrickkillough.com /books/alexander_feodor.html   (1688 words)

  
 Royal Genealogies Part 2
Alexander III's 13-year reign was characterized by police repression, industrial expansion, and a shift in foreign policy away from alliance with Germany to entente with France.
Alexander III was a giant of a man, and proud of his physical strength.
Tsar Alexander II could not admit that reform had failed and that his regime was ingrained with terror, choking in bureaucracy, drowning in ignorance and greed.
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 Alexander II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Alexander II Eldest son of Emperor Nicholas I, Alexander was born in Moscow on April 17, 1818, and came to the throne on February 19, 1855, after the death of his father.
After his accession to the throne, Alexander II implemented important reforms, notably the abolition of serfdom, as well as changes in national, military and municipal organization.
Alexander II was buried in the Cathedral of the St. Peter and St.
www2.sptimes.com /Treasures/TC.2.3.17.html   (221 words)

  
 CJ Online | Business | Battle for control of vodka plant highlights Russia's business chaos 09/27/00
Romanov said he was staking his claim to the post of general director, to which the board had elected him in May.
Romanov says that about 20 percent of company stock that once belonged to the factory workers' collective has gone offshore.
Romanov spent the first couple of weeks of the standoff living in the executive offices, saying he was afraid to leave because "I see many men with guns out there." But recently, he has had to go out occasionally on business duties because the office phone lines have been cut.
www.cjonline.com /stories/092700/bus_vodkaplant.shtml   (764 words)

  
 1890 Political/Civilian Index
Alexander III falls ill, possibly due to influenza.
Tsar Alexander III dies at the age of 49 in Livadia, Crimea.
Alexander Kerensky moves to St. Petersburg to study.
www.russianwarrior.com /1890_polithist.htm   (1140 words)

  
 I8189: Alexander Pavlovich Romanov Tsar of Russia (12 DEC 1777 - 19 NOV 1825)
Eldest son of Emperor Paul I, Alexander was born in St. Petersburg on December 12, 1777.
Alexander died on November 19, 1825, in Taganrog and was buried in the Cathedral of the St. Peter and St. Paul Fortress in St. Petersburg.
Descendants of Alexander Pavlovich Romanov Tsar of Russia and Princess Yelizaveta Alekseyevna Of Baden
web.ukonline.co.uk /nigel.battysmith/Database/D0028/I8189.html   (219 words)

  
 Alexandra Romanov
It was from marrying Nicholas that Alix became Alexandra Feodorovna Romanov.
She worked continuously to improve the poorer classes' conditions, created some professional girls schools, helped build workhouses for the poor, created a school for nurses and housemaids, founded other schools and hospitals, and headed the Red Cross and all other charitable organizations.
So, on July 16, 1918, Nicholas, Alexandra, their 5 children, and 4 employees were shot, stabbed, and beaten to death secretly, spontaneously, and mercilessly by the Bolsheviks.
www.angelfire.com /anime2/100import/romanov.html   (389 words)

  
 Alex Romanov: ZoomInfo Business People Information
Alex Romanov - VP, Sales and Marketing Alex Romanov, Vice President, Sales and Marketing is an accomplished senior executive with a history of identifying opportunities and turning them into high growth and profitable companies in the consumer electronics and technology industry sectors.
Romanov has been President of WGI Tech Corp, Director and CEO of Alpine Electronics, Founder and CEO of Royal Oak Marketing Associates Inc. and most recently was President and CEO of Spherex Inc., an audio equipment manufacturer.
Romanov's unqualified business success at the senior level in technology-led businesses represents a wealth of experience and sound judgment that will serve to strengthen iNet's ability to compete successfully in Internet-related venture capital on a global scale.
www.zoominfo.com /people/Romanov_Alexander_45176957.aspx   (351 words)

  
 Renegade2 Mod for C&C: Renegade - Mod DB
Romanov has been executed for crimes against humanity, and a person called Kane, became the ruler of Russia.
Aldo Kane was put by the Allies to rule the Soviet Union, he and his presidential staff (ex-memebers of Alexander Romanov's dictature) wanted to defeat America and control the world.To do this, they have to dismantle the Soviet Union and create a new image, the Broderhood of Nod.
As the Soviet romanov was killed, Boris, a RA2 veteran took command and capitulated, sparing the lifes of his men.
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 Alexander II - Romanov Rule - History - Russia - Europe
Romanov Rule, Alexander II The Crimean War occurred partly because of Nicholas I’s miscalculations, but also because the French and British were looking for opportunities to weaken Russia, whose position in Europe and the Middle East seemed dangerously strong.
In the wake of defeat, Alexander II abolished serfdom, introduced a Western-style legal system, created elected local government institutions (zemstvos), eased censorship, and radically modernized the army and the communications system.
A terrorist movement emerged in the 1870s, and the campaign of assassination of senior officials culminated in Alexander II’s murder in 1881.
countriesquest.com /europe/russia/history/romanov_rule/alexander_ii.htm   (200 words)

  
 I2032: Nickolas Alexandrovich Romanov (Tzar) (6 MAY 1868 - JUL 1918)
The Alexander Palace was the site of his birth, where his mother delivered him in her plush Blue Bedroom on the sixth of May in 1862.
Omninously, this chanced to be the Orthodox feast day of St. Job the Sufferer, which seemed to foretell the endless trials that would plague Nickolas' tragic life.
Descendants of Tzar Nickolas Alexandrovich Romanov and Princess Alix Victoria Helena Louise Beatrice Of Hesse
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