Journal of a Russian Grand Duchess: Complete Annotated 1913 Diary of Olga Romanov, Eldest Daughter of the Last Tsar

Journal of a Russian Grand Duchess Complete Annotated Diary of Olga Romanov Eldest Daughter of the Last Tsar She was the eldest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia the Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna Romanov In the tricentennial year of her family s dynastic rule Olga was coming of age turning in

  • Title: Journal of a Russian Grand Duchess: Complete Annotated 1913 Diary of Olga Romanov, Eldest Daughter of the Last Tsar
  • Author: Helen Azar
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • She was the eldest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia the Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna Romanov In 1913, the tricentennial year of her family s dynastic rule, Olga was coming of age turning 18 in early November, and her life was full of romance, pageantry and fun This volume comprises of diary entries from the full year, which allow the reader a unique glimpse inShe was the eldest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia the Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna Romanov In 1913, the tricentennial year of her family s dynastic rule, Olga was coming of age turning 18 in early November, and her life was full of romance, pageantry and fun This volume comprises of diary entries from the full year, which allow the reader a unique glimpse into the daily domestic routines of the Russian imperial family just prior to the outbreak of the First World War.

    One thought on “Journal of a Russian Grand Duchess: Complete Annotated 1913 Diary of Olga Romanov, Eldest Daughter of the Last Tsar”

    1. Anost. Autoarea cărții încearcă să-i dea consistență inserînd, calendaristic, scrisorile ducesei către tatăl ei, alegere care derutează în lectură, și note de jurnal ale anturajului familiei regale, cu referiri la ducesă (fie critice, fie exaltate). Sînt note de subsol, aparținînd editorului american și preluate ad litteram în traducere, incorecte, negjijent formulate.Cartea capătă consistență cînd începe jurnalul țarului, de la Țarskoe Selo și din exil, la Tobolsk [...]

    2. This is an extremely interesting portrait of the life and mind of Tsar Nicholas II’s eldest daughter. I've been a Romanov fan since Spring 2003, so finally discovering a book about royal daily life— told in the actual voice of Grand Duchess Olga, and with many rare and previously unpublished photographs— is priceless, especially as 1913 was the last full year of life as Olga knew it before the outbreak of World War I. Olga’s diary was kept as a journal of activities, and as such is writt [...]

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