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Prince Felix Yussopov's parents.

Prince Felix Yussopov's parents.

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

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

Princess Victoria of Sweden and Daniel Wrestling on their wedding day

Princess Victoria of Sweden and Daniel Wrestling on their wedding day

Princess Irina Alexandrovna and Prince Felix Yusuopov.

Princess Irina Alexandrovna and Prince Felix Yusuopov.

Do P&B ao colorido: artista russa dá nova roupagem às fotos de Nicolau Romanov e sua família. | Rainhas Trágicas

Do P&B ao colorido: artista russa dá nova roupagem às fotos de Nicolau Romanov e sua família. | Rainhas Trágicas

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.

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.

Duas vencedoras de um concurso de beleza em 1922, quando os padrões exigidos eram muito diferentes.

40 fotos chocantes e hilárias do passado

Duas vencedoras de um concurso de beleza em 1922, quando os padrões exigidos eram muito diferentes.

Prince Nikolai Borisovich Yusupov (1827–1891). He  petitioned Tsar Alexander III for a special permission granting his son-in-law, Count  Felix Felixovich Sumarokov-Elston to assume the Youssoupoff family name. This was done with the hope of preventing the family name from dying out upon his death. The permission was granted, and upon the Prince’s death in 1891, his son-in-law assumed the family name thus preventing it’s extinction.

Prince Nikolai Borisovich Yusupov (1827–1891). He petitioned Tsar Alexander III for a special permission granting his son-in-law, Count Felix Felixovich Sumarokov-Elston to assume the Youssoupoff family name. This was done with the hope of preventing the family name from dying out upon his death. The permission was granted, and upon the Prince’s death in 1891, his son-in-law assumed the family name thus preventing it’s extinction.

starthandingoutstars: distinguishedcompany: House of Romanov

starthandingoutstars: distinguishedcompany: House of Romanov

YUSUPOV FAMILY

YUSUPOV FAMILY

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