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While the partnership between the high fashion b. In contrast to the tight security observed in Russia, the tsar, tsarina and their children relished the relative freedom that they could enjoy at Bernstorff and Fredensborg.
The annual family meetings of monarchs in Denmark was regarded as suspicious in Europe, where many assumed they secretly discussed state affairs.
Maria also had a good relationship with the majority of her in-laws, and was often asked to act as a mediator between them and the tsar. During Alexander III's reign, the monarchy's opponents quickly disappeared underground.
A group of students had been planning to assassinate Alexander III on the sixth anniversary of his father's death at the Peter and Paul Cathedral in St.
The plotters had stuffed hollowed-out books with dynamite, which they intended to throw at the Tsar when he arrived at the cathedral. However, the Russian secret police uncovered the plot before it could be carried out.
Five students were hanged in ; amongst them was Aleksandr Ulyanov , older brother of Vladimir Lenin. The biggest threat to the lives of the tsar and his family, however, came not from terrorists, but from a derailment of the imperial train in the fall of Maria and her family had been at lunch in the dining car when the train jumped the tracks and slid down an embankment, causing the roof of the dining car to nearly cave in on them.
When Maria's eldest sister Alexandra visited Gatchina in July , she was surprised to see how weak her brother-in-law Alexander III had become.
At the time Maria had long known that he was ill and did not have long left. She now turned her attention to her eldest son, the future Nicholas II , for it was on him that both her personal future and the future of the dynasty now depended.
Nicholas had long had his heart set on marrying Princess Alix of Hesse-Darmstadt , a favourite grandchild of Queen Victoria. Despite the fact that she was their godchild, neither Alexander III nor Maria approved of the match.
They were also concerned that the young Princess was not possessed of the right character to be Empress of Russia.
Nicholas's parents had known Alix as a child and formed the impression that she was hysterical and unbalanced, which may have been due to the loss of her mother and youngest sister, Marie , to diphtheria when she was just six.
On 1 November , Alexander III died aged just 49 at Livadia. In her diary Maria wrote, "I am utterly heartbroken and despondent, but when I saw the blissful smile and the peace in his face that came after, it gave me strength.
While the Prince of Wales took it upon himself to involve himself in the preparations for the funeral, the Princess of Wales spent her time comforting grieving Maria, including praying with her and sleeping at her bedside.
Once the death of Alexander III had receded, Maria again took a brighter view of the future. Maria continued to live in the Anichkov Palace in St.
Petersburg and at Gatchina Palace. In May , she travelled to Moscow for the coronation of Nicholas and Alexandra.
As a new Imperial Train was constructed for Nicholas II in time for his coronation, Alexander III's "Temporary Imperial Train" composed of the cars that had survived the Borki disaster and a few converted standard passenger cars was transferred to the Empress Dowager's personal use.
During the first years of her son's reign, Maria often acted as the political adviser to the Tsar. Uncertain of his own ability and aware of her connections and knowledge, Tsar Nicholas II often told the ministers that he would ask her advice before making decisions, and the ministers sometimes suggested this themselves.
It was reportedly on her advice that Nicholas initially kept his father's ministers. Her personality was magnetic and her zest of activity was incredible.
She had her finger on every educational pulse in the empire. She would work her secretaries to shreds, but she did not spare herself. Even when bored in committee she never looked bored.
She said that if Nicholas did not agree, she would 'leave for Denmark, and then without me here let them twist your head around'".
Maria Feodorovna's grandson-in-law, Prince Felix Yusupov , noted that she had great influence in the Romanov family. Sergei Witte praised her tact and diplomatic skill.
Nevertheless, despite her social tact, she did not get along well with her daughter-in-law, Tsarina Alexandra, holding her responsible for many of the woes that beset her son Nicholas and the Russian Empire in general.
She was appalled with Alexandra's inability to win favour with public, and also that she did not give birth to an heir until almost ten years after her marriage, after bearing four daughters.
The fact that Russian court custom dictated that an empress dowager took precedence over an empress consort, combined with the possessiveness that Maria had of her sons, and her jealousy of Empress Alexandra only served to exacerbate tensions between mother-in-law and daughter-in-law.
By the turn of the twentieth century, Maria was spending increasing time abroad. The following year, a change in political circumstances allowed Maria Feodorovna to be welcomed to England by King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, Maria's first visit to England since A little under two years later, Maria Feodorovna travelled to England yet again, this time for the funeral of her brother-in-law, King Edward VII, in May During her nearly three-month visit to England in , Maria Feodorovna attempted, unsuccessfully, to get her sister, now Queen Dowager Alexandra, to claim a position of precedence over her daughter-in-law, Queen Mary.
Empress Maria Feodorovna, the mistress of Langinkoski retreat, was also otherwise a known friend of Finland. During the first russification period , she tried to have her son halt the constraining of the grand principality's autonomy and to recall the unpopular Governor-General Bobrikov from Finland to some other position in Russia itself.
During the second russification period , at the start of the First World War , the Empress Dowager, travelling by her special train through Finland to Saint Petersburg , expressed her continued disapprobation for the russification of Finland by having an orchestra of a welcoming committee play the March of the Pori Regiment and the Finnish national anthem " Maamme ", which at the time were under the explicit ban from Franz Albert Seyn , the Governor-General of Finland.
In , Maria's second son, George, died of tuberculosis in the Caucasus. During the funeral, she kept her composure, but at the end of the service, she ran from the church clutching her son's top hat that been atop the coffin and collapsed in her carriage sobbing.
In , Maria arranged Olga's disastrous marriage to Peter, Duke of Oldenburg. When Olga attempted to contract a morganatic marriage with Nikolai Kulikovsky , Maria Feodorovna and the tsar tried to dissuade her, yet, they did not protest too vehemently.
In , Maria faced trouble with her youngest son, when he secretly married his mistress, much to the outrage and scandal of both Maria Feodorovna and Nicholas.
Maria Feodorovna disliked Rasputin and unsuccessfully tried to convince Nicholas and Alexandra to send him away. She considered Rasputin a dangerous charlatan and despaired of Alexandra's obsession with "crazy, dirty, religious fanatics.
Nicholas remained silent and Alexandra refused. She sincerely believes in the holiness of an adventurer, and we are powerless to ward off the misfortune, which is sure to come.
She does not perceive that my one aspiration is to see my son happy. In May Maria Feodorovna travelled to England to visit her sister.
In Berlin the German authorities prevented her train from continuing toward the Russian border. Instead she had to return to Russia by way of neutral Denmark and Finland.
Upon her return in August, she took up residence at Yelagin Palace , which was closer to St. Petersburg renamed Petrograd in August  than Gatchina.
During the war, there was great concern within the imperial house about the influence Empress Alexandra had upon state affairs through the Tsar, and the influence Grigori Rasputin was believed to have upon her, as it was considered to provoke the public and endanger the safety of the imperial throne and the survival of the monarchy.
In parallel, several of the Grand Dukes had tried to intervene with the Tsar, but with no more success. The moment she starts to lecture her son, her feelings run away with her; she sometimes says the exact opposite of what she should; she annoys and humiliates him.
Then he stands on his dignity and reminds his mother he is the emperor. They leave each other in a rage. Reportedly, Empress Alexandra was informed about the planned coup, and when Maria Feodorovna made the ultimatum to the Tsar, the empress convinced him to order his mother to leave the capital.
She never again returned to Russia's capital. In Kiev, Maria engaged in the Red Cross and hospital work,  and in September, the 50th anniversary of her arrival in Russia was celebrated with great festivities, during which she was visited by her son, Nicholas II, who came without his wife.
When Rasputin was murdered, part of the Imperial relatives asked Maria to return to the capital and use the moment to replace Alexandra as the Tsar's political adviser.
Otherwise she might go completely mad. Let her enter a convent or just disappear. Revolution came to Russia in , first with the February Revolution , then with Nicholas II's abdication on 15 March.
After travelling from Kiev to meet with her deposed son, Nicholas II , in Mogilev , Maria returned to the city, where she quickly realised how Kiev had changed and that her presence was no longer wanted.
She was persuaded by her family there to travel to the Crimea by train with a group of other refugee Romanovs.
After a time living in one of the imperial residences in the Crimea, she received reports that her sons, her daughter-in-law and her grandchildren had been murdered.
However, she publicly rejected the report as a rumour. On the day after the murder of the Tsar's family, Maria received a messenger from Nicky, "a touching man" who told of how difficult life was for her son's family in Yekaterinburg.
My Lord save my poor, unlucky Nicky, help him in his hard ordeals! The truth was too painful for her to admit publicly. Her letters to her son and his family have since almost all been lost; but in one that survives, she wrote to Nicholas: "You know that my thoughts and prayers never leave you.
I think of you day and night and sometimes feel so sick at heart that I believe I cannot bear it any longer. But God is merciful.
He will give us strength for this terrible ordeal. Despite the overthrow of the monarchy in , the former Empress Dowager Maria at first refused to leave Russia.
Only in , at the urging of her sister, Queen Dowager Alexandra, did she begrudgingly depart, fleeing Crimea over the Black Sea to London. King George V sent the warship HMS Marlborough to retrieve his aunt.
The party of 17 Romanovs included her daughter the Grand Duchess Xenia and five of Xenia's sons plus six dogs and a canary. After a brief stay in the British base in Malta, they travelled to England on the British ship the Lord Nelson , and she stayed with her sister, Alexandra.
Although Queen Alexandra never treated her sister badly and they spent time together at Marlborough House in London and at Sandringham House in Norfolk, Maria, as a deposed empress dowager, felt that she was now "number two," in contrast to her sister, a popular queen dowager, and she eventually returned to her native Denmark.
The All-Russian Monarchical Assembly held in offered her the locum tenens of the Russian throne but she declined with the evasive answer "Nobody saw Nicky killed" and therefore there was a chance her son was still alive.
She rendered financial support to Nikolai Sokolov, who studied the circumstances of the death of the Tsar's family, but they never met.
The Grand Duchess Olga sent a telegram to Paris cancelling an appointment because it would have been too difficult for the old and sick woman to hear the terrible story of her son and his family.
In November , Maria's favourite sister, Queen Alexandra , died. That was the last loss that she could bear. In , Queen Margrethe II of Denmark and President Vladimir Putin of Russia and their respective governments agreed that the Empress's remains should be returned to St.
Petersburg in accordance with her wish to be interred next to her husband. A number of ceremonies took place from 23 to 28 September The funeral service, attended by high dignitaries, including the Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Denmark and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent , did not pass without some turbulence.
The crowd around the coffin was so great that a young Danish diplomat fell into the grave before the coffin was interred. Following a service at Saint Isaac's Cathedral , she was interred next to her husband Alexander III in the Peter and Paul Cathedral on 28 September , years after her first arrival in Russia and almost 78 years after her death.
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For Princess Dagmar of Denmark — , see Princess Dagmar of Denmark. For Maria Feodorovna — , the second wife of Paul I of Russia, see Maria Feodorovna Sophie Dorothea of Württemberg.
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