Little mother of Russia: a biography of Empress Marie Fedorovna, 1847-1928
Detailed, fast-paced, & entertaining, this is the first English-language biography of this incredible empress--mother of Russia's last tsar, grandmother of the controversial Anastasia, & one of the few Romanovs to survive the Revolution.
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