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This book about the Romanov's sounds like fantastic, character drive non-fiction via @Julie Merilatt #NonFictionFriday

The Romanov Sisters by Helen Rappaport

The Romanov Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra - Helen Rappaport: Books

The Romanovs: were executed in 1917 by the communists. The Queen was Queen Victoria's granddaughter.

The Last Russian Royal Family: Tsarina Alexandra, Tsarevich Alexei, Tsar Nicholas II and Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Marie and Anastasia

NICHOLAS ROMANOV BECOMES THE 18TH ROMANOV CZAR OF RUSSIA AND MARRIES (became the 18th Romanov Czar of Russia at 26, immediately took as his czarina Alexandra, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England, was a better husband than a monarch, had no grasp of the vast unrest that led to the Russian Revolution, also became the last Romanov Czar of Russia after his and his family's executions)

Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna

At age and in the Romanov line to rule Russia since Tsar Nicholas II took as his Tsarina Alexandra, granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England.

Tsar and family, a tragic ending for this family. They're actually related to me through my Russian grandma. Very sad!

Massacre of the Russian royals: Horrific last hours of a dynasty

The Romanov family in 1904.  14 years later they would all be brutally murdered while prisoners of the Red Army during the Russian Revolution.

The Romanov family in the Russian Imperial Family. 14 years later they would all be brutally murdered while prisoners of the Red Army during the Russian Revolution.

The Romanovs ~ Tsar Nicholas II, Alexandra, Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, Alexei

Nicholas & Alexandra: Khodynka Field

The Nicholas II Romanov Family: Tsar Nicholas II (Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov) Russia & wife Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna Hesse & children Olga Tatiana Maria Anastasia & Tsarevich Alexei

Starvation was vast during the Russian Revolution. These refugee children, their bellies distended from malnutrition, gave mute testimony in 1921 to the famine that killed as many as 6 million people.

Starving and Ragged Children During the Russian Famine

Starvation was vast during the Russian Revolution. These refugee children, their bellies distended from malnutrition, gave mute testimony in 1921 to the famine that killed as many as 6 MILION PEOPLE

The basement room of the Ipatiev House in Yekaterinburg, where the Imperial family were murdered.

Royal Russia News: The Deaths of Tsar Nicholas II and His Family: Images from an Exhibition. The basement room of the Ipatiev House in Yekaterinburg, where the Imperial family were murdered.

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