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A very rare large original photo of the Imperial Family, with guests from the Imperial German Family, at Spala, the Tsar,s hunting lodge, in Poland. Prince Henry of Prussia ( younger brother of Wilhelm II, along with his wife, Princess Irene, sister of The Empress Alexandra .

A very rare large original photo of the Imperial Family, with guests from the Imperial German Family, at Spala, the Tsar,s hunting lodge, in Poland. Prince Henry of Prussia ( younger brother of Wilhelm II, along with his wife, Princess Irene, sister of The Empress Alexandra .

Byelovvyezh Hunting Lodge near Spala, Poland; The Emperor liked hunting, but only as a simple distraction, a rest, as a chance to enjoy the outdoors.  He did not, however, love hunting for its own sake.

Byelovvyezh Hunting Lodge near Spala, Poland; The Emperor liked hunting, but only as a simple distraction, a rest, as a chance to enjoy the outdoors. He did not, however, love hunting for its own sake.

Grand Duchesses Olga,Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia,Princess Irene of Prussia and Tsar Nicholas II of Russia in Spala,autumn of 1912. "AL"

Grand Duchesses Olga,Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia,Princess Irene of Prussia and Tsar Nicholas II of Russia in Spala,autumn of 1912. "AL"

Spala....the hunting lodge.A♥W

Spala....the hunting lodge.A♥W

Emperor of Russia-On August 12, 1904, Nicholas' wife bore him their fifth child, a son, Alexei, who became Tsarevich (heir apparent). Unfortunately, the young child was afflicted with hemophilia, a disorder that prevented his blood from clotting properly. The gene was reportedly carried by Nicholas' wife, Alexandra, who had received it from Queen Victoria. Nicholas did not reveal that his son carried the illness to the public for fear of further weakening his royal house's influence in…

Emperor of Russia-On August 12, 1904, Nicholas' wife bore him their fifth child, a son, Alexei, who became Tsarevich (heir apparent). Unfortunately, the young child was afflicted with hemophilia, a disorder that prevented his blood from clotting properly. The gene was reportedly carried by Nicholas' wife, Alexandra, who had received it from Queen Victoria. Nicholas did not reveal that his son carried the illness to the public for fear of further weakening his royal house's influence in…

Nicholas hunting in Spala  1894  Behind him are GD Wladimir and his wife Marie Pavlovna

Nicholas hunting in Spala 1894 Behind him are GD Wladimir and his wife Marie Pavlovna

The Romanov children, 1901-1906: (t to b) The Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Marie and Anastasia with their baby brother, the Tsarevich Alexei, aboard the imperial yacht The Standart.

The Romanov children, 1901-1906: (t to b) The Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Marie and Anastasia with their baby brother, the Tsarevich Alexei, aboard the imperial yacht The Standart.

Spala 1912: Grã-duquesas Olga e Tatiana com a Princesa Irene da Prússia, sua tia (irmã de Alexandra).

Spala 1912: Grã-duquesas Olga e Tatiana com a Princesa Irene da Prússia, sua tia (irmã de Alexandra).

Grand Duchesses Tatiana and Olga, Alexandra Feodorovna, Grand Duchess Maria, the Tsar and Grand Duchess Anastasia on the steps of the hunting lodge.

Grand Duchesses Tatiana and Olga, Alexandra Feodorovna, Grand Duchess Maria, the Tsar and Grand Duchess Anastasia on the steps of the hunting lodge.

Spala Hunting Lodge. "AL"

Spala Hunting Lodge. "AL"

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