Helen Rappaport is a historian with a specialism in the nineteenth century. She is the author of eleven published books, including Ekaterinburg: The Last Days of the Romanovs and Magnificent Obsession: Victoria, Albert and the Death that Changed the Monarchy. She is also the author, with Roger Watson, of Capturing the Light. For more information, you can visit her website at www.helenrappaport.com.
On the hundredth anniversary of the revolutions of 1917, we've collected together the very best books on Revolutionary Russia.
Award-winning and critically acclaimed historian Helen Rappaport turns to the tragic story of the daughters of the last Tsar of all the Russias, slaughtered with their parents at Ekaterinburg.
RT @RevRichardColes: Boys from a school in Exeter protest at strict uniform codes in hot weather. https://t.co/Gm1LZMqcDZ
by @HelenRappaport - 3 hours ago
RT @nickfshort: Great picture. New to me!
@charlotte_m_z @HelenRappaport https://t.co/MVtLgDIa7a
by @HelenRappaport - 15 hours ago
RT @DrLivGibbs: Stonehenge by Moonlight by David Cox the Elder (1783-1859) (Private Collection). https://t.co/PIN4e5j4JT
by @HelenRappaport - 17 hours ago
RT @revoltingrussia: Jun 22nd 1917: The women’s battalions currently assembling in Russia were formed to “shame timid” men. https://t.co/0S…
by @HelenRappaport - 18 hours ago
RT @Rokewood: My Mum's entertaining thoughts on the Russian Revolution. Tsar undone by the mad priest Strathsputin. I like the sound of him…
by @HelenRappaport - yesterday
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