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Pictures Dated 5th February 2010

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Featured 5 Feb 2010 Print

Tsar Nicholas II and his family visiting the Kiev Monastery of the Caves, Kiev, Russia, 1911. Artist: K von Hahn

Tsar Nicholas II and his family visiting the Kiev Monastery of the Caves, Kiev, Russia, 1911. Leading the procession is Flavian, Metropolitan of Kiev and Galicia from 1903-1915. Nicholas (1868-1918) is accompanied by his two eldest daughters, Grand Duchesses Olga (1895-1918) and Tatiana (1897-1918). Found in the collection of the Russian State Film and Photo Archive, Krasnogorsk.

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Featured 5 Feb 2010 Print

Portrait of Saint Tikhon of Moscow (1865-1925), 1917. Artist: Unknown

Portrait of St Tikhon of Moscow, 1917. Tikhon of Moscow (1865-1925) was Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia of the Russian Orthodox Church during the early Soviet period, from 1917 until 1925. He was widely seen as being opposed to the Bolsheviks and openly criticised the murder of the Tsar and his family in 1918. In 1922 he was imprisoned in Donskoy Monastery and the following year was deposed as Patriarch, although the Russian Orthodox Church never recognised the deposition. He was canonised in 1981. Found in the collection of the Russian State Film and Photo Archive, Krasnogorsk.

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Collectivization of agriculture, USSR, early 1930s. Artist: Unknown

Collectivization of agriculture, USSR, early 1930s. The collectivization of agriculture was a policy of taking the ownership of farms and agricultural production out of the hands of individual peasants or families and consolidating it into large collective farms. The programme was widely unpopular with peasants, who saw it as a revival of serfdom. Collectivization resulted in a fall in production and severe famines (exacerbated by droughts) between 1929 and 1932. As many as 12 million peasants lost their lives during the period. Found in the collection of the Moscow Photo Museum (House of Photography).

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