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  1. Alexander became tsesarevich upon Nicholas's sudden death in 1865. He had been very close to his older brother, and he was devastated by Nicholas' death. When he became tsar, he reflected that “no one had such an impact on my life as my dear brother and friend Nixa [Nicholas]" and lamented that "a terrible responsibility fell on my shoulders" when Nicholas died.

  2. Eliteprospects.com hockey player profile of Alexander Romanov, 2000-01-06 Moskva, RUS Russia. Most recently in the NHL with Montréal Canadiens. Complete player biography and stats.

  3. Alexander III Aleksandrovitsj van Rusland (Russisch: Александр III Александрович; Aleksandr III Aleksandrovitsj), bijgenaamd de "vredestichter" (Миротворец, Mirotvorets) (Sint-Petersburg, 26 februari 1845 – Jalta op de Krim, 20 oktober 1894) was van 1881 tot 1894 tsaar van het Russische Rijk

  4. Alexander III, Russian in full Aleksandr Aleksandrovich, (born March 10 [February 26, Old Style], 1845, St. Petersburg, Russia—died November 1 [October 20, Old Style], 1894, Livadiya, Crimea), emperor of Russia from 1881 to 1894, opponent of representative government, and supporter of Russian nationalism. He adopted programs, based on the concepts of Orthodoxy, autocracy, and narodnost (a ...

  5. Alejandro III de Rusia (San Petersburgo, 10 de marzo de 1845 - Livadia, Yalta, 1 de noviembre de 1894) fue Zar del Imperio ruso, Rey de Polonia y Gran Duque de Finlandia de 1881 a 1894. Segundo hijo varón de Alejandro II y de la emperatriz María de Hesse-Darmstadt .

  6. 28/03/2022 · FOTO: Günter Gräfenhain / Fototeca 9x12. 3 / 20. Palacio de Invierno, en San Petersburgo. Este imponente edificio era la residencia oficial de los zares desde el siglo XVIII, pero Nicolás II, su esposa Alejandra y sus hijos no vivían aquí, sino en el palacio Alexander, en Tsárskoye Tsélo, a una treintena de kilómetros.

  7. Alessandro III fu costretto a fare marcia indietro e a rinunciare al Pamir, mentre la responsabilità dell'incidente fu fatta gravare sul colonnello Janov, accusato di non aver rispettato gli ordini. Quest'ultimo tuttavia, come ricompensa per aver fatto da capro espiatorio, fu nominato generale e Alessandro in persona gli donò un anello d'oro [25] .