While I am in Livadia automobiles should not appear in the Crimea Russian czar Nicholas II once said. The use of automobiles on the Crimean Peninsula was prohibited. In 1903 the Emperors brother Ernst Ludwig of Hesse gave Nicholas qu

Wednesday 13th March, 2013

Terrorist attacks of revolutionaries against Alexander II and Alexander III led to the fact that any trip of the czar became an event of national importance. Hundreds, sometimes thousands of people would thus be attracted to guarantee safety to the czar. For example, a special railway regiment was established to accompany the czar on his railway trips.

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