Nicholas Alexandrovich ( Russian: Николай Александрович; 20 September [ O.S. 8 September] 1843 – 24 April [ O.S. 12 April] 1865) was tsesarevich —the heir apparent —of Imperial Russia from 2 March 1855 until his death in 1865. Early life Nicholas with his elder sister Alexandra, who died in childhood.
When George died in 1899, Nicholas did not confer the title upon his oldest surviving brother Michael Aleksandrovich, although Nicholas's only son would not be born for another five years. That son, Alexei Nikolaevich (1904–1918), became the Russian Empire's last tsesarevich. Tsesarevich of Russia
The boy received the traditional Romanov name Nicholas and was named in memory of his father's older brother and mother's first fiancé, Tsesarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich of Russia, who had died young in 1865.  Informally, he was known as "Nikki" throughout his life.
Nicholas II, the last Russian emperor (1894–1917), whose autocratic but indecisive rule and disastrous military ventures led to the Russian Revolutions of 1905 and 1917. He abdicated in 1917 but was killed, along with his wife, Alexandra, and their children, by the Bolsheviks the following year.
The Ōtsu incident (Japanese: 大津事件, Hepburn: Ōtsu Jiken) was an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Nicholas Alexandrovich, Tsesarevich of Russia (later Emperor Nicholas II of Russia) on 11 May [O.S. 29 April] 1891, during his visit to Japan as part of his eastern journey.
The Eastern journey of Nicholas II in 1890–91 was a journey made by Nicholas Alexandrovich–then Tsesarevich of Russia–around the greater part of the Eurasian continent. The total length of the journey exceeded 51,000 kilometres, including 15,000 km of railway and 22,000 km of sea routes.
Nicholas Alexandrovich ( Russian: Николай Александрович; 20 September [ O.S. 8 September] 1843 – 24 April [ O.S. 12 April] 1865) was tsesarevich —the heir apparent —of Imperial Russia from 2 March 1855 until his death in 1865.
By Patrick Parr TOKYO. It all started on April 27, 1891, when Tsesarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich II — heir to the Russian throne then held by his father, Alexander III — stepped onto the docks at Nagasaki Bay. The mustachioed 22-year-old prince wanted to take in Japanese culture before heading to Vladivostok to acknowledge the beginning of ...
Nicholas Alexandrovich, Heir, Tsesarevich and Grand Duke of Russia (Russian: Цесаревич Николай Александрович, Наследник-Цесаревич и Великий Князь) (20 September [O.S. 8 September] 1843 – 24 April [O.S. 12 April] 1865) was Tsesarevich—the heir apparent—of Imperial Russia from 2 ...