Empire of All the Russias
  • J. Scott Keltie
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Nicholas II., Emperor of All the Russias, born May 6 (May 18 new style), 1868, the eldest son of the Emperor Alexander III. and of Princess Dagmar (Maria Feodorovna), daughter of King Christian IX. of Denmark; ascended the throne at the death of his father October 20 (November 1 new style), 1894; married November 14 (November 26), 1894, to Princess Alexandra Alix (Alexandra Feodorovna), daughter of Ludwig IV., Grand Duke of Hesse, born May 25 (June 6), 1872. Offspring of this union four daughters: Olga, born November 3 (November 15), 1895, Tatiana, born May 29 (June 10), 1897, Marie, born June 14 (June 26), 1899, and Anastasia, born June 5 (June 18), 1901.


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