The Year of the last Romanovs – Nicholas the family man

May 18, 2018 Moniek 0

The future Nicholas II of Russia was born on 18 May (O.S. 6 May) 1868 in the Alexander Palace as the son of Alexander III of Russia and Dagmar of Denmark. He was related to several European monarchs. His maternal uncles were Frederick VIII of Denmark and George I of George, while his maternal aunt [read more]

Books and Media about the last Romanovs

May 1, 2018 Moniek 0

Books Nicholas and Alexandra: The Classic Account of the Fall of the Romanov Dynasty (US & UK) The Romanov Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra (US & UK) The Last Days of the Romanovs: Tragedy at Ekaterinburg (US & UK) Romanov: The Last Tsarist Dynasty (US & UK) Caught in [read more]

The Year of the Last Romanovs: Transfer to Yekaterinburg

April 30, 2018 Brittani Barger 0

Our Year of the Last Romanovs series continues with the transfer to Yekaterinburg. It was 1917, and Tsar Nicholas II was no longer on the throne. After being under house arrest, the family, who had been put on soldier’s rations, was moved from Tobolsk to the city of Yekaterinburg (also called Ekaterinburg) the following year after the Bolsheviks [read more]

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