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  1. Tatiana Nikoláyevna de Rusia Tatiana Nikoláyevna, gran duquesa de Rusia (en ruso: Великая Княжна Татья́на Никола́евна, 10 de junio de 1897 - 17 de julio de 1918) fue la segunda hija del zar Nicolás II y la zarina Alejandra Fiódorovna.

  2. 09/06/2020 · Tatiana Nikoláyevna de Rusia Por admin-historia 9 junio, 2020 0 53 Tatiana nació el 10 de junio de 1897 en el palacio Peterhof en San Petersburgo, Rusia. Fue la segunda de los cinco hijos del zar Nicolás II y la zarina Alejandra. Sus hermanos eran las grandes duquesas Olga, María, Anastasia y zarévich Alexei de Rusia.

  3. Tatiana Nikoláyevna Romanov fue una princesa rusa, segunda hija del zar Nicolás II y Alejandra Fiódorovna Románova Biografía Nació el 10 de junio de 1897 en el palacio Peterhof en San Petersburgo, Rusia. Fue la segunda de los cinco hijos del zar Nicolás II y la zarina Alejandra Fiódorovna Románova.

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  4. La Gran Duquesa Tatiana Nikolaevna de Rusia (nacida el 10 de junio de 1897 en Rusia) era hija del zar Nicolás II de Rusia y de la zarina Alexandra Fiódorovna. Era hermana de Olga, Anastasia, María y el zarevich Alexei de Rusia. Sus amigos decían que era más bella que sus hermanas. Fue enfermera de la Cruz Roja durante la Primera Guerra Mundial.

    • Early Life
    • Appearance and Personality
    • Relationship with Grigori Rasputin
    • Young Adulthood and World War I
    • Negotiations For Marriage
    • Captivity
    • Death
    • Romanov Graves and DNA Proof
    • Sainthood
    • Books

    Tatiana was born on June 10, 1897. She was the second child and daughter of Emperor Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra. She weighed 3.9 kg at birth, and Dr. Ott used forceps in her birth. When she regained consciousness from the chloroform used during the delivery, Alexandra saw the "anxious and troubled faces" around her and wept: "My God, it is ag...

    Tatiana was a famous beauty. She was tall, slender, and elegant. She had dark auburn hair, gray eyes, and fine features. Many viewed her as the most beautiful of the four grand duchesses and the one who resembled their mother most. Her mother's lady-in-waiting Baroness Sophie Buxhoeveden reflected that "Tatiana was, to my mind, prettier than her si...

    Tatiana doted on her younger brother, Tsarevich Alexei. However, the long-awaited heir suffered from frequent, severe attacks of hemophilia. Tatiana, her mother, and her three sisters were all potential carriers of the hemophilia gene; the Tsarina was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria, who had passed down the hemophilia gene to her descendants. Tat...

    As a young teenager, Tatiana was given the rank of honorary colonel and assigned a regiment of soldiers, the Vosnesensky (Ascension) Lancers.She and Olga inspected the soldiers regularly. Tatiana enjoyed the company of soldiers, but she was often shocked by their behavior. On 11 July 1911, a group of officers aboard the imperial yacht gave Olga a p...

    Allegedly, the Serbian king Peter I wanted Tatiana as a bride for his younger son, Prince Alexander. In January 1914, the Serbian prime minister Nikola Pašićdelivered a letter to Tsar Nicholas in which King Peter expressed a desire for his son to marry one of the Grand Duchesses.

    The family was arrested during the Russian Revolution of 1917 and imprisoned first at Tsarskoye Selo and later at private residences in Tobolsk and Yekaterinburg, Siberia. The drastic change in circumstances and the uncertainty of captivity took its toll on Tatiana as well as on the rest of her family. "She pines without work," wrote her fellow nur...

    At Yekaterinburg, Tatiana occasionally joined her younger sisters in chatting with some of the guards over tea, asking them questions about their families and talking about her hopes for a new life in England when they were released. On one occasion one of the guards forgot himself and told the grand duchesses an off-color joke. The shocked Tatiana...

    For decades, conspiracy theorists suggested that one or more of the family somehow survived the slaughter. The theories were reduced in scale, but still persisted, when the bodies of most of the family were found and identified from a mass grave discovered in the forest outside Yekaterinburg and exhumed in 1991. The remaining conspiracies hinged on...

    In 1981 Tatiana and her family were canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad as holy martyrs. In 2000, Tatiana and her family were canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church as a passion bearer. The bodies of Tsar Nicholas II, Tsarina Alexandra, and three of their daughters were finally interred at St. Peter and Paul Cathedralin St. Petersburg...

    Bokhanov, Alexander and Dr. Knodt, Manfred and Oustimenko, Vladimir and Peregudova, Zinaida and Tyutyunnik, Lyubov; Xenofontova, Lyudmila (translator); The Romanovs: Love, Power, and Tragedy. Leppi...
    Christopher, Peter, Kurth, Peter, and Radzinsky, Edvard. Tsar: The Lost World of Nicholas and Alexandra ISBN 0-316-50787-3
    Dehn, Lili. The Real Tsaritsa. 1922.
    De Malama, Peter. "The Romanovs: The Forgotten Romance" in Royalty Digest. December 2004, p. 184.
  5. TATIANA ROMANOV: GRAN DUQUESA TATIANA NIKOLAEVNA DE RUSIA Gran Duquesa Tatiana Romanov (1897-1918) «El segundo día brillante y feliz en nuestra familia: a las 10.40 de la mañana el Señor nos bendijo con una hija: Tatiana. La pobre Alix sufrió toda la noche sin cerrar los ojos ni un momento, y a las 8 bajó a la habitación de Amama.

  6. Tatiana Nikoláyevna Románova: Otros títulos: Orden de San Andrés,Orden de Santa Catalina,Orden de San Alejandro Nevsky, Orden del Águila Blanca, Orden de Santa Ana, Orden de San Estanislao y Orden de Santa Olga. Nacimiento: 10 de junio de 1897 Peterhof, Imperio ruso: Fallecimiento: 17 de julio de 1918 (21 años) Ekaterinburgo, RSFS de ...