Person NameNicholas II; (Nikolay Aleksandrovich) (1868-1918); Emperor of Russia
SurnameNicholas II
Forenames(Nikolay Aleksandrovich)
EpithetEmperor of Russia
WH2907[no caption]W.K. Haselden1905WH2907.jpg 
WH2922[no caption]W.K. Haselden1905WH2922.jpg 
WH0101From the frying pan to the fire [on reverse]W.K. Haselden24 Jul 1906WH0101.jpg 
WH0145Czar and revolution genie [on reverse]W.K. Haselden27 Oct 1905WH0145.jpg 
WH2915[no caption]W.K. Haselden1905WH2915.jpg 
WH2900[no caption]W.K. Haselden01 Jan 1904 - 31 Dec 1918WH2900.jpg 
WH0210"Anarchy, a monster that must be killed" [on reverse]W.K. Haselden02 Jun 1906WH0210.jpg 
WH2918Russia shows her great white teeth.W.K. Haselden1905WH2918.jpg 
WH2913[no caption]W.K. Haselden1905WH2913.jpg 
WH0751Big Willies' Christmas a failure [on reverse]W.K. Haselden19 Dec 1916WH0751.jpg 
WH2902Published caption: Why war news is scarce.
Printed under published cartoon: Both Russia and Japan find it to their interest to keep their hands upon the cables through which war telegrams from the Far East must come. This is why there is so little intelligence of the movements of the warring Powers.
W.K. Haselden23 Feb 1904WH2902.jpg 
21120"Mr Nixon! Would you consider an alliance with us against those dangerous Chinese Reds?"Michael Cummings24 Sep 197121120.jpg 
WH2920Published caption: Through the large end and the small.W.K. Haselden30 Sep 1904WH2920.jpg 
WH2911Published caption: This is what has kept the Tsar busy.W.K. Haselden27 Jan 1905WH2911.jpg 
WH0112What did the Tsar say to the Kaiser?
Printed under published cartoon: At least a dozen explanations have been given of the subjects discussed by the two Emperors at their mysterious meetings. If they are all authentic, the Tsar's head must be in a perfect whirl.
W.K. Haselden28 Jul 1905WH0112.jpg 
WH0093British Fleet chained up [Second caption] Czar and Brit. shipping [on reverse] Published caption: "Please take as many as you want."
Printed under published cartoon: The Government's complaisant attitude in face of Russia's high-handed dealings with British shipping is arousing general alarm and disgust. Our Fleet is chained up, and, instead of taking-action, John Bull seems to be encouraging the Tsar to persist in his anti-British policy.
W.K. Haselden11 Aug 1904WH0093.jpg 
WH0272If things went on the stage [on reverse]W.K. Haselden10 Jan 1907WH0272.jpg 
WH0130I hear they want more liberty [on reverse]
Published caption: Tsar's troubles not nearly over yet.
Printed under published cartoon: The granting of a Constitution has had very little effect upon the turmoil in Russia. It only seems to have whetted the Revolutionists' appetite for more concessions.
W.K. Haselden03 Nov 1905WH0130.jpg 
WH0088King War - kicked out [on reverse]
Published caption: Another ruler deposed - King War kicked out
W.K. Haselden31 Aug 1905WH0088.jpg 
PC3987[no caption]Chris Priestley17 Jul 1998PC3987.jpg 
WH2892Published caption: The Tsar's Christmas boxes to his people.
Printed under published cartoon: The Tsar's long-expected Reform Manifesto has at length been issued. It turns out to be a mere empty form of words. His subjects open their Christmas boxes and find nothing in them!
W.K. Haselden28 Dec 1904WH2892.jpg 
WH2899Published caption: "The prodigal son" (Russian style.) (With apologies to the designer of the poster which advertises Mr. Hat Caine's play at Drury Lane.)
Printed under published cartoon: M. Witts has started for home. The kind of reception he will receive in Russia may be judged by the fact that the Tsar has not sent him any message of thanks or congratulation upon his work as Peace Envoy, and that Russian public opinion thinks he might have done much better.
W.K. Haselden07 Sep 1905WH2899.jpg 
MC0222"At least there was no damned left-wing nonsense about HIM!"Michael Cummings27 Jun 1956MC0222.jpg 
WH5525Only one subject of interest just now, wants a new drink. [caption on reverse]W.K. Haselden05 Aug 1904WH5525.jpg 
CU0333Retired Monarchs ClubMichael Cummings28 Jul 1952CU0333.jpg 
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