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  • Lovell, James Blair, 1951-
  • Anastasi︠i︡a Nikolaevna, Grand Duchess, daughter of Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia, 1901-1918.
  • Anderson, Anna.
  • Princesses -- Russia -- Biography.
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    Anastasia : the lost princess / James Blair Lovell.
    by Lovell, James Blair, 1951-
  • Anastasi︠i︡a Nikolaevna, Grand Duchess, daughter of Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia, 1901-1918.
  • Anderson, Anna.
  • Princesses -- Russia -- Biography.
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    Washington, D.C. : Regnery Gateway ; Lanham, MD : Distributed to the trade by National Book Network, c1991.
    1st ed.
    xxviii, 512 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
    0895265362 (acid-free paper) :
    9780895265364 (acid-free paper)
    The imperial dynasty -- Never forget who is Czar -- A misunderstood and unloved Czarina -- Even the roses were mauve -- Incomparable as a mother -- I was named the clown -- God's gift to Russia -- The old Russia was no more -- That I cannot forget -- To destroy all traces -- The escape -- I was still alive -- A time of appalling suffering -- And Anna I remained -- We change our shell -- This is Anastasia's body -- We shall not abandon you -- I immediately recognized Grand Duchess Anastasia -- We will have you out of the way -- I have seen Nicky's daughter -- What thoughts are going to haunt her -- Somehow not a home -- That malicious nonsense -- Those jewels are mine -- Who can blame the Grand Duchess -- Nothing without Botkin -- Entirely contrary to seeing the truth found out -- The burning streets -- They did not suspect who she was -- There the unhappiness started -- How any jurists could have the effrontery -- I didn't like this at all -- She lived in her own world -- They do not seem to want the Grand Duchess to really trust anybody -- To get the Grand Duchess out of Germany -- Yes, write, write, write -- The free development of the personality -- I shall not stay any more alone -- What her future would be -- Now I am safe -- Just part of the illness -- The Rasputins were always trouble -- A marriage of protection -- Grand Duke-in-Waiting -- Watch out for the booby traps -- I am here; I am real -- The death of kings -- You merely have to prove that she believed it -- You'll never take me alive -- It's all over -- A publicity carnival -- I'm the son-in-law of Czar Nicholas II -- Entirely a Romanov -- Doorn -- She was my mother -- Missing pieces -- She has the Romanov eyes -- And stays a mystery -- Epilogue -- Appendices. Last will and testament of Grand Duchess Xenia -- Speller statement -- Dramatic adaptations -- Discography.
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