Marga Boodts, presumed Olga Nikolaevna Romanova, daughter of Tsar Nicholas II.
A Tsar in Compiegne exhibition, the 1901 visit of Tsar Nicholas II to France in Compiegne, France on October 19, 2001 - Portrait of Tzar Nicholas II by Von Liphart. (Museum of the palace of Tzarkoie-Selo).
Credit: Xavier ROSSI
Tsar Nicholas II. The series of the unique pictures were taken by the Tsar Nicholas II himself or people close to the royal family. They were realized in 1915-1916, the most terrible years of World War I. Nicholas II was an insatiable photographer. He took special care of pictures, filed them with care in numerous albums. He passed down his love for photography to Maria, his third daughter, who is responsible for colouring most of the pictures.
Credit: Laski Diffusion
Czar Nicholas II of Russia, late 19th-early 20th century. Portrait of Nicholas (1868-1918), last Emperor of Russia, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Finland. Nicholas was assassinated, together with his family, by Bolsheviks in 1918.
Credit: Print Collector
Tsar Nicholas II of Russia (1868 - 1918), the last Emperor of Russia, circa 1910. He was shot with his entire family by the Red Guards at Yekaterinburg.
Credit: W. and D. Downey
Tsar Nicholas II of Russia with his wife, Alexandra of Hesse-Darmstadt, and her daughters, Ol'ga, Tat'jana, Marjia e Anastasia and Aleksej. 1913
Tsar Nicholas II (1868 - 1918) and Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia (1872 - 1918) with their children Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia and Alexei, circa 1914.