14 Dear Princess Tatiana

Dear Princess Tatiana

Posted on June 12, 2012 by team

The 10th of June was birthday of Great Princess Tatiana Nikolaevna Romanova.  She was born to become a part of the magnificent history of Russia but shared the country’s destiny by suffering humiliation and death from hands of those who had lost any morality.


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14 Responses to “Dear Princess Tatiana”

  1. scott says:

    My heart always melts when I look into Tatiana’s eyes!
    She was the most beautiful, of the beautiful Romanov princesses. Those girls weren’t spoiled either; Nicholas insisted on raising them with very little comforts, so that they would know that there was more to life than possessing great wealth and luxury.You can always see the seriousness in Tatiana’s face especially. It is so sad.

  2. I agree with every word you posted Scott. And second it.

  3. DouglasU says:

    Russia will never recover from the stigma of eliminating the Imperial family.

  4. (r)evolutionist says:

    Trotsky was in favor of putting the Tsar on trial, with himself as a prosecutor. (a fair proposition)

    • jj says:

      Stop worshiping that mass murderer! Lenin and Trotsky planned the famine of the 1920s by requisitioning everything that was produced. Then when the people of Tambov rebelled against this unjust policy they were slaughtered by chemical weapons. Trotsky was responsible for this!

  5. wing says:

    Lovely people. Really sad. Russia always destroys its best, so the worst can thrive.

  6. scott says:

    I had to look at this posting again.

  7. cro says:

    I cant belive they shot those girls.. Its all Tzar fault, he shoud see whats coming and send few thousands spys/comunist/zionist to Siberia with one way ticket!

  8. Satan the stoned says:

    But no pity at all for the poor fools her dad sent to be killed. Russia is very lucky to survive in one piece.

  9. Fred Johnson says:

    Lenin’s paranoia would not allow them to survive.

    Satan, why do you even mention them? This wasn’t about them, this was about the princess. Of course there is pity for them, just like the other millions that were sent to their death by their leaders. It was a world war.
    But that is a completely different subject. So in a post about the princess, we’re supposed to talk about something else?

    • vorontsevich (f/k/a ayaa) says:

      Why shouldn’t he mention them? Millions of ordinary people’s lives are nothing compared to that of one princess?

      Plus, from where do you think the likes of Stalin got the idea of Gulags, forced labour, oppression, etc…?

  10. The Czars cousin,King George of England tried to rescue them but was prevented. Bitterly,he said “Those politicians, if it had been one or their own, there would have been plenty of volunteers. But, because he was a king…”

  11. magadanski says:

    The sins of the father will fall on his children. Let this be a lesson to all of the bourgeoise.

  12. Michael says:

    If you were an educated Russian you would know that the daughter of the Russian Tzar were Grand Duchesses not mere Princesses, but then again the people who work at englishrussia are not educated Russians.

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