Discussion in 'Prewar' started by HA96, Jul 16, 2018.
On July 17, 1918 the whole family and servants were murded 1300km east of Moscow.
Reminds me of this small but typically ornate Russian chapel which relatives took me to see during a visit to the area.
Russian Chapel in Darmstadt - Wikipedia
"stated by some that it had been the only one Nicholas II would have ever entered and attended outside of Russia"
The Russian Chapel in Darmstadt
The Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia - Official Website
BBC World Service - Witness, The Killing of the Russian Tsar
The Killing of the Russian Tsar
The Russian Tsar Nicholas II and his wife, four daughters and young son, were shot in the cellar of a house in Yekaterinburg on 17 July 1918. Olga Romanoff is his great niece. She spoke to Olga Smirnova about his death and eventual reburial in St Petersburg.
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