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  1. The canonization of Nicholas II is a spit on God. 2 JazzlikeDot7142 • 16 hr. ago we have a little icon of them, my husband likes it because there's not many icons of couples and familys. he says it shows that married can still become saints and not just monks or nuns and that they represent family ideals. i think it's a very pretty one. 1

  2. Hace 3 días · The Russian Empire [e] [f] was an empire and the final period of the Russian monarchy from 1721 to 1917, ruling across large parts of Eurasia. It succeeded the Tsardom of Russia following the Treaty of Nystad, which ended the Great Northern War.

  3. Hace 3 días · The Romanovs believed that various plots were underway to break them out of captivity and smuggle them to safety. The Western Allies lost interest in the fate of the Romanovs after Russia left the war. The German government wanted the monarchy restored in Russia to crush the Bolsheviks and maintain good relations with the Central Powers.

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    • The House of Habsburg
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    European royal families in the 13th century began to employ an innovative practice in an attempt to both consolidate and spread their power and influence. They began to marry their cousins. Of course, cousins weren’t the only thing on the marriage-menu, and they also often intermarried between families. However, these families typically shared a co...

    The Habsburgs trace their origins to the Habsburg Castle in modern-day Switzerland. But their real rise to power begins in 1273 when Rudolf of Habsburgwas elected King of the Romans and the Kingdom of Germany. Until the 18th century, this method worked quite well. But the Habsburg dynasty crumbled like stale bread when Charles II of the Spanish Emp...

    Charles II was the product of a union between an uncle and a niece, making him his parent’s great-nephew and first cousin. His survival was considered to be a horrible miracle, as he suffered from a litany of disabilitiesand disfigurements. He was afflicted with mandibular prognathism, making his lower jaw jut out unnaturally. Due to the extreme na...

  4. 29 de ene. de 2023 · The Romanovs took items of a personal nature with them into exile along with a huge, almost unimaginable amount of jewels and gold. As the noose tightened aroung the family in Siberia they managed to smuggle out diamond tiaras, jewelled swords, loose stones and necklaces of fantastic value out of the Governor's masion in Tolbolsk - sending them to convents, priests homes and other 'safe' hands.

  5. Hace 3 días · Population history of indigenous peoples of the Americas Genocides in history v t e Part of a series on Genocide Issues List by death toll Chronological list Effects on youth Denial Massacre Rape Incitement In relation to Colonialism / War Perpetrators, victims, and bystanders Prevention Psychology Recognition politics Risk factors Stages Studies