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  • The Imperial Tea Party by Frances Welch
    The Imperial Tea Party (Hardback) Frances Welch

    The British and Russian royal families had just three full meetings before the Romanovs' tragic end in 1918. In The Imperial Tea Party, Frances Welch draws back the curtain on those fraught encounters, which had far-reaching consequences for 20th-century Europe and beyond.

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  • Rasputin by Frances Welch
    Rasputin (Hardback) Frances Welch

    Grigory Rasputin, Siberian peasant-turned-mystic and court sage, was as fascinating as he was unfathomable. In this riveting and eye-opening short biography, Frances Welch turns her inimitable wry gaze on one of the great mysteries of Russian history.

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  • The Russian Court at Sea by Frances Welch
    The Russian Court at Sea (Hardback) Frances Welch

    The story of the surviving Russian Imperial Family as they head into a life of exile aboard the HMS Marlborough.

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  • The Russian Court at Sea by Frances Welch
    The Russian Court at Sea (Paperback) Frances Welch

    On 11th April 1919, less than a year after the assassination of the Romanovs, the British battleship HMS Marlborough left Yalta carrying the Russian Imperial Family into perpetual exile. The Russian Court at Sea vividly recreates this unlikely voyage, with its bizarre assortment of warring characters and its priceless cargo of treasure.

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  • Rasputin by Frances Welch
    Rasputin (Paperback) Frances Welch

    An eye-opening short biography of Rasputin, drawing on previously unpublished material, in which Frances Welch turns her inimitable wry gaze on one of the great mysteries of Russian history.

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  • Romanov Fantasy by Frances Welch
    Romanov Fantasy (Hardback) Frances Welch

    Did the 17-year-old Anastasia survive the massacre of the Russian Royal family in 1917? The possibility that she, the youngest of the Tsar's four daughters, might have escaped, and the longing to salvage some thread of hope from the tragedy, provided a spawning ground for claimants. This is a study of discipleship, snobbery and life after death.

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