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The Tsar’s children at Tsarskoe Selo, 1917.
Olga, Alexei, Anastasia and Tatiana taking a rest after working in the kitchen
garden in the Alexander Park, May 1917.
A Russian Grand Duke branded King George V a 'scoundrel' who 'did not lift a finger' to save the Romanov family in the revolution there of 1917, explosive diaries have revealed.
The cousin of the overthrown Russian Royal family blamed the British King for their executions because he failed to grant them refuge.
Dmitri Pavlovich no-holds-barred diary extracts have been published for the first time in a new book by respected historian Coryne Hall, To Free The Romanovs.