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The Borki train disaster occurred on October 29, 1888 (N.S.), near Borki station in the former Kharkov Governorate of the Russian Empire (present-day Birky, Chuhuiv Raion, Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine), 295 kilometers south of Kursk, when the imperial train carrying Tsar Alexander III of Russia and his family from Crimea to Saint Petersburg derailed at high speed. Twenty-one people died at the scene and two later, and many others were injured. According to the official version of events, Alexander held the collapsed roof of the royal car on his shoulders while his family escaped the crash site uninjured. The story of the miraculous escape became part of contemporary lore and government propaganda. The investigation into the crash, led by Anatoly Koni, resulted in the appointment of railway mana

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  • Borki train disaster
  • Eisenbahnunfall von Borki
  • Accident de train de Borki
  • Incidente ferroviario di Borki
  • Крушение императорского поезда
  • 波尔基铁路事故
  • Залізнична аварія під Бірками
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  • Beim Eisenbahnunfall von Borki entgleiste am 17. Oktoberjul. / 29. Oktober 1888greg. der von zwei Dampflokomotiven gezogene Hofzug des Kaisers Alexander III. in der Nähe des Bahnhofs Borki. 23 Menschen aus der Begleitung der kaiserlichen Familie starben, den Mitgliedern der Kaiserfamilie geschah nichts, obwohl der Speisewagen, in dem sie sich zum Unfallzeitpunkt aufhielten, stark beschädigt wurde.
  • Круше́ние импера́торского по́езда — железнодорожная катастрофа, произошедшая 17 (29) октября 1888 года с императорским поездом на участке Курско-Харьково-Азовской (ныне Южной) железной дороги у станции Борки под Харьковом (в Змиевском уезде). Несмотря на многочисленные человеческие жертвы и сильные повреждения подвижного состава, в том числе царского вагона, сам император Александр III и члены его семьи остались живы. Спасение императорской семьи в официальной печати и в церковной традиции интерпретировалось как чудесное; на месте катастрофы был воздвигнут православный храм.
  • Залізнична аварія під Бірками — катастрофа, яка сталася з потягом імператора Олександра III 18 (29) жовтня 1888 року на Курсько-Харківсько-Азовській (нині Південній) залізниці, внаслідок якої імператор і його родина не постраждали, а вийшли зі страшних уламків неушкодженими. Порятунок імператорської сім'ї було оголошено дивом, що викликало у всій Російській імперії радість серед громадян. На місці катастрофи було споруджено храм.
  • 波尔基铁路事故发生于1888年10月29日(俄历10月17日),俄罗斯帝国哈尔科夫省的波尔基(现在位于乌克兰),俄罗斯帝国皇帝亚历山大三世在乘火车从克里米亚返回圣彼得堡过程中,由于火车编组过长,速度过快脱轨,21人当场死亡。
  • The Borki train disaster occurred on October 29, 1888 (N.S.), near Borki station in the former Kharkov Governorate of the Russian Empire (present-day Birky, Chuhuiv Raion, Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine), 295 kilometers south of Kursk, when the imperial train carrying Tsar Alexander III of Russia and his family from Crimea to Saint Petersburg derailed at high speed. Twenty-one people died at the scene and two later, and many others were injured. According to the official version of events, Alexander held the collapsed roof of the royal car on his shoulders while his family escaped the crash site uninjured. The story of the miraculous escape became part of contemporary lore and government propaganda. The investigation into the crash, led by Anatoly Koni, resulted in the appointment of railway mana
  • L’accident de train de Borki est un accident ferroviaire survenu près de la gare de (en), dont fut victime le train impérial qui transportait le tsar Alexandre III et sa famille, le 17 octobre 1888 (29 octobre 1888 dans le calendrier grégorien).
  • L'incidente ferroviario di Borki avvenne il 17 ottobre 1888 (29 ottobre 1888 secondo il calendario gregoriano), vicino alla stazione di Borki nell'ex governatorato di Char'kov nell'Impero russo (l'attuale Birky, distretto di Čuhuïv, Oblast' di Charkiv, Ucraina), a 295 chilometri a sud di Kursk, quando il treno imperiale che trasportava lo zar Alessandro III di Russia e la sua famiglia dalla Crimea a San Pietroburgo deragliò ad alta velocità. Ventuno persone morirono sul posto e due in seguito, e molte altre sono rimaste ferite. Secondo la versione ufficiale degli eventi, lo zar Alessandro sorresse sulle spalle il tetto crollato della carrozza reale, consentendo alla sua famiglia di uscire illesa dal luogo dell'incidente. La storia della miracolosa fuga divenne parte della tradizione contem
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