NICHOLAS II (1894-1917) Photograph of Nicholas II in the Headquarters of the Supreme Commander. Baranovichi. 1914
by I. G. Dremin, photographer of the Headquarters of the Supreme Commander (sticker on the back). On the mount. Baranovichi. October 24, 1914 Owner's inscriptions on the back: "The Society for mutual assistance to officers of the Grenadier regiment Life guards. Presented by the Chief Commander of the regiment V. N. Voeikov. January 23 / February 5, 1934, Paris". Minor fox stains, the edges of the mount are not evenly cut off. 22x28,5 cm. Provenance: the Chief Commander of the regiment V. N. Voeikov, 1934 Private collection, Europe The Headquarters of the Supreme Commander — authority for the most powerful field troops management and the residence of the Supreme Commander of the Armed forces of Russia in the theater of military operations during the World War I of 1914-1918. From the beginning of the war it was first in Baranovichi (Belarus), than in Mogilev - after 8 August 1915.