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The Laying Down of the Barracks of the Life Guards of the 4th Rifle Regiment

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Abstract
Russia, Oreanda (Crimea), 1912 - There are a lot of people along the road, the officers meet the Empress Alexandra Fedorovna, who arrived in an open horse-drawn carriage, with her daughters Tatyana, Olga, Maria and Anastasia. The laying ceremony [of the Church of the Red Cross]: the priests consecrate the foundation, Alexandra Feodorovna and her daughters put coins in the base of the walls, each laying a brick. Alexandra Feodorovna and her daughters get into the carriage and leave, they are escorted by officers and nurses - Russia, Tsarskoe Selo, 1912 - Emperor Nicholas II (in the form of the 4th Infantry Regiment), priests and officers of the 4th Infantry Imperial Family Name of the regiment participate in the barracks laying ceremony. Nicholas II, accompanied by courtiers and officers of the 4th Rifle Regiment, inspects the barracks under construction. Nicholas II takes a sample of food in front of a line of soldiers at the table.
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
1877
Keywords
royal family
, ground troops
, christianity
Meterage
200,7
Number of Parts
1
Operators
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Other Creators
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Release Date
1912
Sound
No Sound

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