Showing: 5 RESULTS
Empress

Olga Nikolaevna

Olga Nikolaevna About Oldest daughter of Russian Czar Nicholas II and his wife Empress Alexandra. She was tragically killed along with her parents and siblings in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution of 1917.  Other Informations During her teenage years, she fell in love with soldiers Dmitri Chakh-Bagov and Pavel Voronov, but her love remained …

Empress

Farah Pahlavi

Farah Pahlavi About Queen Consort of Iran from 1959 until 1967 and Empress Consort from 1967 until she was exiled in 1979. She was the only Empress to be named in post-Islamic Iran.  Other Informations She met the Shah of Iran, Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, in 1959. They were married in December of that year. She …

Empress

Empress Michiko

Empress Michiko About Born into a family of Japanese academics, she joined the Japanese Imperial Family upon her 1959 marriage to Crown Prince Akihito. Upon the death of his father, Akihito became Emperor of Japan and Michiko received the title of Empress Consort. Other Informations She studied English literature at the University of the Sacred …

Empress

Catherine the Great

Catherine the Great About Enlightened Empress of Russia who was the longest-ruling female leader of Russia, reigning from 1762 to 1796. She helped Russia become one of the great powers of Europe and she expanded her country through military wars and diplomacy.  Other Informations Although her family was royalty, they had little actual money. Despite …

Empress

Alexandra Feodorovna

Alexandra Feodorovna About The last Tsarina of Russia from 1894 to 1917 who was murdered with the rest of her family by members of the Bolshevik Revolution. She and her reliance on the mystic Rasputin were used as scapegoats by the Russian people for many of the country’s ills.  Other Informations She fell ill to …