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The Tsar’s children at Tsarskoe Selo, 1917.<br />
Olga, Alexei, Anastasia and Tatiana taking a rest after working in the kitchen<br />
garden in the Alexander Park, May 1917.<br />
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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.<br />
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The cousin of the overthrown Russian Royal family blamed the British King for their executions because he failed to grant them refuge.<br />
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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.