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Welcome to Fuck Yeah! Anastasia Nikolaevna, one of the very first Tumblrs dedicated to anything and everything Her Imperial Highness the Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia (18 June 1901 - 17 July 1918).

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Alexei Nikolaevich & Anastasia Nikolaevna in Livadia, 1911

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Anya Vyrubova, Maria Nikolaevna, Tatiana Nikolaevna & Anastasia Nikolaevna in Crimea, 1912

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We have just finished dinner. Alexei has come to Mother’s to pray. Sisters are sorting out the flowers sent from Livadia by the Yanovs. Mother is trying to send Anastasia to bed but she is desperately trying to find Shvybzik, who is missing. Everybody is calling him but he would not come, the git. He was found at last 10 minutes later. We all thought that he was under the sofa. Mother started to bark and Shvybzik answered. He appeared to be sitting under Mother’s couch and we all put a great effort in pulling him out of there. I continue writing next morning at 8 a.m. I’ve just drawn back the curtain and was delighted to see that it was 19 degrees above zero in the sun. Alexei has come into our bedroom and is now lying in my bed and is playing with Anastasia and Shvybzik. [OT] are still sleeping. Shvybzik is squeaking. I think, he wants to see the “Governor”. He has done it already and Anastasia has run in with a small shovel and took it a way…

- Maria in a letter to her father, 18 & 19 of April, 1915 (via romanovrussiatoday)

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Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna, Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna and Princess Tatiana Konstantinovna during an official occassion, 1914

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Romanov Alphabet  C is for Cousins

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OTMA onboard the Polar Star, circa 1910

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Tsar Nicholas II with his daughters and officers in Pukion-Sari, 1910

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ОТМА в Ливадийском дворце, октябрь 1913 года
ГА РФ, ф. 673. оп. 1 д. 203 л. 7

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The Grand Duchesses in 1910

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Tsar Nicholas II and his children in the Maple Room at the Alexander Palace, 1911