Alexandra feodorovna

1872–1918, empress of Russia (wife of Nicholas II).
Historical Examples

“Alexandra Feodorovna must certainly come this way,” remarked the ragged “saint” as I stood at his side.
The Minister of Evil William Le Queux

Alexandra Feodorovna held her breath at hearing those words.
The Minister of Evil William Le Queux

Excuses were made for Alexandra Feodorovna’s non-appearance.
The Minister of Evil William Le Queux

He has the police at his back; I have Alexandra Feodorovna—so we win always.
The Minister of Evil William Le Queux

His one sin in the eyes of Alexandra Feodorovna was that he hated Germany.
The Minister of Evil William Le Queux

So you can return to Alexandra Feodorovna and tell her what I say.
The Minister of Evil William Le Queux

Such was the man whom Alexandra Feodorovna, fascinated by his glance, had called to her side.
The Minister of Evil William Le Queux

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