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Offline DIANE

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« on: September 29, 2011, 02:57:20 AM »

hi everyone! I would like to know something about Tzar's children education:
it was different for daughters and son?
Which languages OTMA and Alexej could speak? Which foreign countries did they visited? In particular, did Alexej visited Europe countries like Austria ?
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Re: children education
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2011, 07:16:18 AM »
Aleksei did not visit Austria, to my knowledge. The whole family (I mean Tsar, Tsarina and at least one of OTMAA) visited Germany, Sweden, Finland, England,Romania, today Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, maybe Moldowa, Tsar visited many other Asian and European countries in 1890's, Greece, Italy and France included, the whole Eastern front/countries in 1915. Tsar's children were learned German, Russian, English, French, aritmethics, history, geography, Church history...I bet that OT got some nurse courses. Each subject was taught by teachers such as Giliard, Petrov, Gibbes, Voeikov, even the Tsar, etc. By 1917, Olga and Tatiana finished their schooling. Please, I appeal to the others to add some more info/or merge these posts.
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Re: children education
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2011, 07:27:18 AM »
Aleksei did not visit Austria, to my knowledge. The whole family (I mean Tsar, Tsarina and at least one of OTMAA) visited Germany, Sweden, Finland, England,Romania, today Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, maybe Moldowa, Tsar visited many other Asian countries in 1890's, the whole Eastern front/countries in 1915. Tsar's children were learned German, Russian, English, French, aritmethics, history, geography, Church history...Please, I appeal to the others to add some more info/or merge these posts.
sposibo za informations!
i know about a tzar's trip among Europe and he did a larger way not to enter in Austria to prostest against Franz Joseph behaviour.
It makes a lot of rumors .
uhhh i can't add an avatar,,why?O_O
so what language do you think children spoke with their parents?russian? or like in nobles family french? or in german with mother?(since she never reached a perfect pronunciation of russian language) :)


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Re: children education
« Reply #3 on: September 29, 2011, 07:33:36 AM »
I edited my post, so you can see more info. Yes, Tsar and Tsarina also visited Austria, you are correct. For avatar, you should go on 'Profile' button at the top of page. Tsar spoke Russian to his children, and Empress English if I remember well. In captivity, they must have spoken Russian.
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