Tzar Boris I Godunov (1551-1695) was a descendant of a cadet branch of Chet and actually had no rights to the throne of Russia. His ancestor Chet was the Tatar nobleman who entered the service of Ivan I Kalita, the Grand Prince of Moscow ca the 13th century, and is considered as one of founders of the Ipatiev Convent, where the history of the Romanovs dynasty started.
Mata-Hari, a dançarina espiã - Metamorfose Digital
Se você não é deste mundo, talvez não tenha ouvido falar sobre ela. Foi uma das mais famosas espiãs de todos os tempos, ainda que parece claro que também tenha sido uma das menos brilhantes e relevantes. Sua beleza era sua maior virtude e sua melh...
Prince Felix Yusupov in 1926, during a charity ball for the Russian nobilty émigrée in Paris, he had helped many old ladies of the Russian high society, which lost their fortunes during the revolution
Nefertiti - Biografia da Rainha Egípcia
When the Armistice ending First World War hostilities along the Western Front was signed on Nov. 11, 1918 in a railway car in France’s Compiègne Forest it ignited a worldwide celebration and epic party: The solemnity only came a year later because of Australian journalist Edward Honey who had disapproved of the public merriment
Armistice signatories in front railway car in the Allied war zone in France’s Compiègne Forest on Nov. 11, 1918
Grand Duke Mikhail and Countess Natalia Brassova. Mikhail was the younger brother of Nicholas ll. He was banned from Russia for several years when he married Natalia in a morganistic marriage. He was finally pardoned and was allowed to return to his homeland prior to the revolution. Unfortunately, he and his son did not survive the Bolsheviks. His wife and daughter, fortunately were able to escape to France.