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- No. 5 - Winter 2014

The Royal Russia Annual No. 5 will focus on the life of Grand Duchess Alexandra Petrovna (1838-1900). Born Duchess Alexandra Petrovna of Oldenburg, she married Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia (18311891), Senior. She was the mother of Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia (18561929), Junior, who served as Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Armed Forces at the beginning of World War One. After the breakup of her marriage, Alexandra retired from court life and became a nun as 'Sister Anastasia' taking Holy Orders on 3 November 1889 in Kiev.

Full-length articles on the Romanovs written by historians from Russia will be included in this issue, including Irene W. Galaktionova, as well as 2 new authors Russian writers.

Our two popular photograph collections, Frozen in Time: Photographic Memories of the Russian Imperial Family and The Lost World of Imperial Russia: Vintage Photographs of Imperial Russia Before the Revolution will be expanded in this issue to include more rare photographs, mainly from Russian sources, and new to many readers.

List of articles and authors will be updated at a later date.

- No. 6 - Summer 2014

The Royal Russia Annual No. 6 will feature more full-length articles on the Romanovs written by historians from Russia will be included in this issue, including Irene W. Galaktionova, as well as new authors Russian writers.

Our two popular photograph collections, Frozen in Time: Photographic Memories of the Russian Imperial Family and The Lost World of Imperial Russia: Vintage Photographs of Imperial Russia Before the Revolution will be expanded in this issue to include more rare photographs, mainly from Russian sources, and new to many readers.

A list of articles and authors will be updated at a later date.