Anastasia's own photos, watercolors, letters, and diaries reveal an engaging portrait of Anastasia and her family.
The czar and his family were great photographers, and they spent many hours pasting pictures in their albums. Anastasia and her sisters added their own decorations of plants and flowers.
For more than eighty years, the diaries, letters, and photo albums of the csar's family were kept a secret. Now they are displayed in the State Archives in Moscow.
The photo album made by Anastasia and many of her letters to her father and friends reveal not only her daily life with her family but her wonderful sense of humor. Their close, happy family life does not foretell their violent end. Buy this book
This unique compilation of 140 photos includes photographs, both formal and informal, taken from the personal album of the Tsar's daughter, Grand Duchess Maria, and from the Tsarina Alexandra's own commemorative album. Buy this book
This spectacular, illustrated history tells the story of how the Romanov dynasty ended, artfully disguised as a coffee table book. Flip through the pictures (Ekaterinburg, Tsarkoe Selo, the Cathedral of Peter and Paul at St. Petersburg, shining like a gold dagger in the snow), and you will ache to travel to Russia. Nicholas and Alexandra are one of the great tragic love stories of all time. 375 illustrations, 125 in color. Buy this book