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Quick question, I haven't read this book yet. I would like to know if the content is similar to Fate of the Romanovs (regarding the days the IF remained in captivity and the murders) or if it includes new information. I'm aware the authors reach different conclusions, but I'm curious about the facts, or historical accounts.
Im getting this book this week any good
I believe that the full text of this letter appears somewhere here on the AP Forum, but I cannot find it right now.
Eva and Daniel McDonald translated it from Princess Eugenie's book.
April 23 / May 6, 1918 -- Ekaterinburg
G. D. Maria Nicholaevna writes to those back in Tobolsk:
"...To remind you of Golaf. Sem., I can inform you that today we ate the provisions purchased on Saturday. Sedniev heated everything again on the spirit stove, and this reminds us how he prepared our kasha."
Does anyone have any idea who or what or where Golaf. Sem. might be? Perhaps it's a place in the Finnish Skerries where the Imperial family used to picnic, etc? Or the Crimea?
Thanks in advance for any help or advice!
Where did you read that there were photos taken in the Ipatieve house? I read that the Romanov's asked to 'play' with their Box brownies at Ekaterinburg but were refused them.