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Grand Duchesses Tatiana and Olga in Red Cross nurses uniforms with wounded solders.

Grand Duchesses Olga and Tatiana Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia as Sisters of Mercy at the hospital in Tsarskoe Selo in

Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and his son, Tsarevich Alexei, in Cossack military uniforms. Photograph taken during the first World War.

Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and his son, Tsarevich Alexei, in Cossack military uniforms. The Tsarevich was afflicted with hemophilia and would often times be unable to stand or walk.

Olga and Tatiana Romanov.    Around 1913.    Such a charming photograph.

Honorary regimental leaders: Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaievna and her closest in age sister Grand Duchess Tatiana dressed in their regimental uniforms. Olga’s regiment was the Elizavetgradsky hussars and Tatiana’s regiment was Voznesensky Uhlans Lancers.

Technical reference table Generally speaking russian army fought the great war without any kind of helmets, except a little quantitative of French Adrian helmets that were given to the elite troops...

Technical reference table Generally speaking russian army fought the great war without any kind of helmets, except a little quantitative of French Adrian helmets that were given to the elite troops.

Russia; Guards Units 1914-17. In many cases the same uniforms would have still been worn during the Russian Civil War. L to R; Her Majesty's Life Guard Lancer Regt, Volunteer, 1916. Semenovski Life Guard Regt, Private, 1914. Grodno Life Guard Hussar Regt, Captain, 1915 & Attaman's(Tsarevitch's) Life Guard Cosack Regiment, Cossack, 1917

Russia; Guards Units 1914-17. In many cases the same uniforms would have still been worn during the Russian Civil War. L to R; Her Majesty's Life Guard Lancer Regt, Volunteer, 1916. Semenovski Life Guard Regt, Private, 1914. Grodno Life Guard Hussar Regt, Captain, 1915 & Attaman's(Tsarevitch's) Life Guard Cosack Regiment, Cossack, 1917

Imperial Russian basic army uniform consisted of a visor cap, tunic or shirt, trouser), and sapogi (knee-length boots). A khaki/olive green shade was chosen in 1907 and remained essentially unchanged until the late 1960s. In summer a cotton uniform was issued and in winter a wool one. All soldiers were issued a shinel, a long grey wool greatcoat that was usually carried rolled up over the shoulder. Also in winter a fur cap, the papakha was issued along with a wool hood called a bashlyk.

Imperial Russian basic army uniform consisted of a visor cap, tunic or shirt, trouser), and sapogi (knee-length boots). A khaki/olive green shade was chosen in 1907 and remained essentially unchanged until the late 1960s. In summer a cotton uniform was issued and in winter a wool one. All soldiers were issued a shinel, a long grey wool greatcoat that was usually carried rolled up over the shoulder. Also in winter a fur cap, the papakha was issued along with a wool hood called a bashlyk.

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