Russia, Tsarskoe Selo, November 23, 1915 - Emperor Nicholas II, accompanied by the regiment commander, Major General D.P. Sazonov (with a saber bald), the former commander of the regiment, the marching chieftain of all Cossack troops under the Supreme Commander-in-Chief led. Prince Boris Vladimirovich and officers bypassed the foot formation of the Life Guards Cossacks. Emperor Nicholas II is talking with the Cossacks standing in the ranks, officers of the suite, D.P. Sazonov. Emperor Nicholas II speaks in front of the palace with the former commander of the regiment, the marching chieftain of all Cossack troops under the Supreme Commander-in-Chief. Prince Boris Vladimirovich. In the parade line are the Cossacks with the banner of the regiment. Emperor Nicholas II in front of the Great Catherine Palace listens to the report of the first Belgian soldier in the line, the commander of a Belgian armored vehicle detachment, Russian officers, are standing nearby. Emperor Nicholas II, accompanied by officers (among them - a general from the cavalry with a gray beard, Chief Hoffmeister, Count P.K. Benckendorff), approaches the ranks of Belgian soldiers, walks past standing Belgian trucks and cars. Emperor Nicholas II, accompanied by the commander of a Belgian detachment of armored vehicles and Russian officers, bypasses the formation of Belgian soldiers and Belgian motorcyclists standing with bicycles. An armored car with a machine gun on the roof, a photographer with a camera. Emperor Nicholas II listens to the explanations of a Belgian officer, Russian and Belgian officers are standing nearby (among them is General P.K. Benckendorf). Cossacks of the Life Guards Ataman Regiment are walking in front of the palace on foot. Emperor Nicholas II talks to a Cossack in a Circassian coat, standing with crutches, presents him [an award], officers are standing nearby. From the entrance to the palace, Emperor Nicholas II leaves in a sleigh pulled by a pair of horses. Russia. - A crowd of smiling and cheering men and women in front of the building. Russia, Headquarters in Mogilev, May 24, 1916 (Production of the Skobelevsky Committee) - Nicholas II with his heir Alexei and his retinue bypasses the automobile half-battery of the Separate battalion for the defense of the Headquarters and a machine-gun platoon built on the river bank. Emperor Nicholas II and Tsarevich Alexei receive a parade of soldiers riding in trucks. A military brass band stands in the background. Emperor Nicholas II and Tsarevich Alexei, accompanied by officers, inspect a searchlight mounted on a car. Emperor Nicholas II and Tsarevich Alexei get into an open car (driving - A. Kegresse), officers see them off, the car drives away. Among the officers, General of the Suite, the palace commandant V.N. Voeikov and Prince Igor Konstantinovich. The calculation of an anti-aircraft gun, mounted in the back of an American "White" car, demonstrates the loading of the gun with shells. Emperor Nicholas II is talking with an officer near the open shell box mounted on a car, Tsarevich Alexei, General of the Suite, the palace commandant V.N. Voeikov and Prince Igor Konstantinovich and other officers.