Dec 18, 2018

At long last, the truth will be told


It is my fervent hope that this highly anticipated book will at long last, tell the truth about the much slandered tsar. Biographies and studies of his life and reign by Western historians are rife with the same myths and lies planted more than a century ago by the Bolsheviks.


Russia's last emperor and tsar was not the indecisive, weak-willed, incompetent monarch, which his detractors have led us to believe. He was surrounded on all sides by incompetent ministers and generals, as well as his own relatives. At the end of his reign, he was betrayed by the Entente, as well as his British and European royal relatives. His now infamous quote "all around me there is treachery, cowardice, and deceit", speaks volumes. It is time for a new and honest assessment of Nicholas II's reign, one which reflects the difficult times in which a crown of thorns was placed on his head.

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  • Hi, I was wondering: Is there a date yet, for when the book is to be released? Thanks.
  • I have read the Greek version of the book, which I found greatly unique for its spiritual approach of the family. It shows that the Royal family lived a Christ-centered life and their love for God was the most important aspect of their lives. The book also offers previously unpublished texts (in English) from the last chapter of the family's life, the internment in Yekaterinburg, coming from testimonies by guards and the nuns of Novo-Tikhvin Monastery. There is also a significant reference on the events of Bloody Sunday, providing materials that are not so often presented in other Romanov biographies. As for the Orthodox faithful, they will be happy to read some very significant words spoken by other Orthodox saints who have testified to the sanctity of the Royal Family. Finally, I hope that the English version will include even more materials than the Greek one, which has indeed been a wonderful reading, written in a most vibrant style.
  • I can hardly wait until this new book comes out in English! I have loved the Imperial Family since the day my aunt gave me Robert Massey's book, "Nicholas and Alexandra" when I was 12 years old and I have read just about everything I could get my hands on about them. I am now 64 and have been thrilled with Their canonization and the centennial celebration of Their martyrdom. My hope and prayer is that Russia will one day restore the Monarchy and atone for the horrible sin they have committed.