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The Love That Ended An Empire

A blog dedicated to the memory of Tsar Nicholas II and his family.

Nicholas Alexandra Olga Tatiana Marie Anastasia Alexei

1894 and earlier1895-19001901-19061907-19121913-1918

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Hi! Love your blog, finally someone who shares the same love for this family. I'm trying to write a paper on Nicholas II, but I can't find a lot of information about his youth.. I was wondering if you may have a few suggestions on where I can find this information. Thanks! asked by Anonymous

The Last Tsar by Edvard Radzinsky and The Romanovs: Love, Power and Tragedy (various authors) are good places to start; you can probably borrow them in your local library. :)

It's amazing. So tell me, why are you interested in dynasty of Romanov? This is the first time when I meet Filipino with such interests. asked by mrsmalyrusek

I think I fell in love with Nicholas II and his family because of their amazing story, everything about their lives, as well as the events that continue to unfold after their deaths. I love the mystery that surrounded them, the beauty, the photographs, just their whole lives seem like something out of a storybook. I love that I can never stop learning about them, and that my interest in them further sparked my fascination with history and Russian culture. 

I'm sorry, are you Russian? asked by mrsmalyrusek


To the followers of Romanovs:

My deepest apologies for being absent for the longest time without prior notice. New pictures and updates on this blog will be up again very soon. 

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Have you read The Romanov Conspiracy by Glenn Meade? Any thoughts? :-) asked by Anonymous

I have not! :(

Have you read Nicky and Alix by Vitginia Rounding? If yes do you recommend that? Because I´m reading Nicholas and Alexandra by Robert K. Massie and I´m loving it, I just wanted to know if the other is also good so I cold buy it too. asked by flurry-blueberry

I’ve never read it, but if I do I’ll let you know! Glad you’re enjoying Massie :)

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