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Her pen pal was purportedly the daughter of the Last Tsarevich, who of course lived in Queens.
Newly declassified documents show that the British government intended to save the last Romanov.
In this week's Odder News: the weirdest New Year's show ever, the most eco-friendly person ever, and great news for Russia's orphan care system.
Empress Elizabeth Petrovna breathed her last in December of 1761, in her St. Petersburg palace. By any standard, Peter the Great’s second daughter had lived an unusual life.
A wedding fit for a Romanov went down in St. Petersburg on the first of October.
Unexpected nude photos of Nicholas II appeared online last week, causing quite a stir, despite being more than a century old.
The life of Rasputin's daughter, Maria, was full of twists and turns almost as dramatic as her father's, and took her deep into the American heartland.
On this day in 1613, a peasant saved the tsar by leading Polish troops into the woods. Or did he?
Russian history is interesting. Not always beautiful, not always glorious, but almost always... interesting.
“The Last Czars” is a wolf in sheep’s clothing: disingenuous, deceitful hagiography masquerading as history.
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