What Really Happened to Russia's Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanov

When Czar Nicholas II was overthrown, in 1917, he and his family were held in a place in Tsarkoye Selo, the village later renamed for Alexander Pushkin, the man who brought Russian literature and arts into the modern age, even as that age kept fantasizing about survival of members of the ancien regime

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On the cold morning of February 27, 1920, a young woman jumped off a bridge into the frigid water of the Landwehr Canal in Berlin. A police officer rescued her and she was rushed to hospital. Upon regaining...