She said: "The government put up Balmoral as a possible sanctuary for the Romanovs after the Tsar
was forced to abdicate by the Bolsheviks but the king was quick to dismiss the idea.
Two stashes - personally handed to locals by the tsar
- were likely to have been hidden in Tobolsk or Omsk.
But, so far, no tsar
- unlike Liverpool city region, still without a chief executive, but who can now boast a fairness tsar
Sometimes even historians who hold a different view of the relationship between authorities and subjects raise questions about "naive monarchism." For example, in her article on the attitudes held by participants in the 1648 uprising against Tsar
Aleksei Mikhailovich, Valerie Kivelson argues that the middle of the 17th century marked a break in traditional political culture.
You are a German actor who plays a Russian tsar
. What attracted you to this role?
also supports local communities and is working closely with the Scottish Ambulance Service and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
According to Gashi, the repair of the cross and stick of Tsar
Dusan is a message that this government will also continue belittling Albanians and continue building churches and crosses with the money of all citizens, meaning also the money of Albanians.
He emphasized though that whether the Government discusses the monument to Tsar
Dusan depended on the position of BDI's central presidency.
Three years later the cup was given as a gift to Tsar
Mikhail Fedorovich and has remained in Russia ever since.
THE seven-year-old Tsar
Paul may go one better than last week when he contests the opening race at Dundalk (5.50) this evening.
Alexander Baunov, who is a diplomat-turned-journalist, thinks that Harry, 26, should be crowned the first king of Russia since Tsar
Nicholas II reined in 1917 on the eve of the Bolshevik Revolution.
SARIKAMIS, Jun 25, 2010 (TUR) -- A 113-year old hunting lodge constructed for the Russian Tsar
Nicholas II in Sarikamis town of north-eastern province of Kars will go through restoration.
Nicholas II was appointed Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Scots Greys after his coronation in 1896, and wore the regiment's uniform when he landed at Leith on his way to visit Queen Victoria at Balmoral, and again when he took breakfast at Preston Station on his return journey, in October, 1896.
Hunting with dogs had been in vogue in the Tsar
A LIVERPOOL doctor has been named as the Government's first tsar
for liver disease.