THE TALE OF THREE WHITE BEARS
The publishing house of the Sretensky Monastery published the book “The Tale of Three White Bears”, written and illustrated by the Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna Kulikovskaya-Romanova.
The publication is dedicated to the 125th anniversary of the birth of the Grand Duchess.
CLOSE TO THE EMPRESS, Published by the Dagmaria Society.
Timofei Ksenofontovich Yashchik (1878-1946), court Cossack of Empress Maria Feodorovna, followed the members of the royal family into exile and continued to serve the Empress until the last days of her life. After the death of Maria Feodorovna, he remained in Denmark, was married to a Danish woman (since 1925) and dictated his memories to his wife, the translation of which is offered to your attention in Russian.
Compiled by: Demidova I.N.
The Moscow publishing house “Russian Chronograph” published the second, expanded and supplemented, edition of the book by O. Chernovaya “Faithful to Death” (first edition – 2007 by the publishing house “Satis”).
The new book continues the theme of spiritual feat and sacrificial love of people of various social groups and estates (courtiers, retinue, teachers, servants, military), who voluntarily shared their tragic fate with the Royal Passion-bearers.
Author: Olga Chernova
FAVORITE RESIDENCES OF EMPRESS MARIA FEDOROVNA IN RUSSIA AND DENMARK.
The creators of this book are well-known St. Petersburg ethnographers, authors of a number of books and articles on the history of St. Petersburg, its outskirts, and the imperial House of Romanov. Excellent storytellers, who brought their own impressions of their trips to Denmark into the narrative, they offered the reader an essentially lively and fascinating excursion, the route of which is much wider than the halls of these wonderful palaces, which have now become architectural and historical monuments. Stories about buildings and architects, interiors and household items are freely woven into the general outline of the book – a short history of the life of Maria Feodorovna.
Authors: Korneva G.N., Cheboksarova T.N.
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