MELANIA TRUMP WHO IS SHE?
The Rothschilds funded Hitler, Karl Marx, Lenin, Stalin and Mao.
Jacob Schiff ordered the murder of the Romanov family from Russia because they refused to follow the bankers' plans.
The Romanovs were Christians.
The Communists brutally murdered the entire Romanov family in order to turn Russia into a communist country.
The bankers / globalists funded Hitler, Marx, Lenin, Stalin and Mao.
We are fighting the same communists today.
Melania is a Romanov
Her grandmother is Anastasia.
One of Melania's sides has been tampered with.
She is Slovenian / Russian.
I am friends with Mindy Romanov.
3 Romanov boys were put on a ship from Russia with packages assisted to the USA. Operation White Hats.
Melania is more important than we know.
The Romanov family ruled Imperial Russia before Vladimir Lenin’s Bolshevik revolution in 1917. Lenin and his communist colleagues wasted no time in selling off priceless Tsarist jewels and, amid the chaos of civil war, numerous masterpieces were lost to history. The fate of the missing Romanov jewels remains one of the world’s greatest mysteries – but a huge breakthrough came with the release of previously classified KGB files. Many of the lost treasures went missing in Siberia, with precious gold and silver dating to the brief period of Siberian independence after Lenin’s power grab – all of which had been in the hands of White forces seeking to roll back Red advances.
Tsar Nicholas II’s personal jewellery and valuables, along with items owned by Empress Alexandra, were among the treasure trove.
KGB files show that Soviet authorities repeatedly hunted for the treasures after the Tsar and his family were murdered in Yekaterinburg in July 1918.
RUSSIA'S CROWN JEWELS
The Royal Martyr Children
Inside the Romanov Family's Final Days
It's been 100 years since the Tsar and his wife and children were brutally executed, but the story still has the power to shock.
OCT 11, 2018
Could the British Royal Family Have Saved the Romanovs?
In 1909, 10 years before the assassination of the tsar and his family, two kings and their families gathered for a final meal. Could their bonds have changed history?
MAR 21, 2020
Did Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna, the Last Empress of Russia, Really Have an Affair With Rasputin?
The period drama within Matthew Weiner's new show The Romanoffs seems to suggest that she did, but is it historically accurate?
OCT 20, 2018
Will the Real Anastasia Romanov Please Stand Up?
When the Russian Royal Family was assassinated in 1918, rumors swirled that a daughter, Anastasia, had secretly escaped. People are still obsessing over the story a century later.
APR 25, 2017
Modern Descendants of the Russian Royal Family
OCT 5, 2016
Was There Really a Member of the Romanov Family That Looked Exactly Like Corey Stoll?
Here's the real story behind that look-a-like photo in The Romanoffs.
OCT 13, 2018
Was She Anastasia? | The Story of Anna Anderson
Mar 31, 2021
Matthew Weiner Says Being a Romanoff Is "Almost Like Saying You’re a Kennedy"
Weiner's new anthology series The Romanoffs tells the stories of descendants (both real and imagined) of Russia's last Tsar.
BY ADAM RATHE
OCT 14, 2018
Russia Has Exhumed the Remains of Czar Nicholas II and His Wife
It's part of a search for the couple's two missing children, whom the Russian Orthodox Church may canonize.
SEP 24, 2015
The Romanovs' Relationship with the British Royal Family Is Explored in an Exhibit at Buckingham Palace
The Queen's Gallery is hosting a new survey of artworks gifted between the two monarchies.
NOV 9, 2018
How Prince Harry Is Related to the Romanovs, the Last Russian Tsars
July 16 marks the 100th anniversary of the execution of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, his wife Alexandra, and their five children.
JUL 16, 2018
Inside the Enduring Mystery of What Happened to Russia's Imperial Jewelry
A look inside the Romanov jewelry catalogues that mother Russia doesn't want you to see.
NOV 1, 2018
Inside the Enduring Mystery of What Happened to Russia's Imperial Jewelry
These stunning colorized photographs of the Romanov royal costume ball of 1903 breathe new life into Russian history
Jun 17, 2020, 3:02 PM
New Documents Could Reveal Location Of Missing Romanov Treasure
By Katie Serena
Published November 29, 2017
The Tsars and Their Jewels
Romanov Jewels worth 2 Million Euros found in Sweden
August 28, 2009 at 9:45 am by Marsel
What happened to these priceless Romanov tiaras after 1917 Revolution?
NOV 14 2020
It’s Wednesday, August 25, 2021 in Austin, Texas
The Mystery of the Romanov Treasures
The Bolshevik sale of the Romanov jewels
The stunning jewels belonging to a Romanov Princess are going to auction
By Natalie Oliveri| 2 years ago
Rare Catalog Chronicles Russia’s Regalia and Crown Jewels
October 4, 2016
Queen Elizabeth's Favorite Tiara Started as a Smuggled Romanov Jewel
The Vladimir tiara has a story worthy of James Bond.
BY STELLENE VOLANDES JUN 2, 2019
Locked up, lost, or looted: 5 Romanov treasures that have suffered different fates
JAN 08 2019
The story of the Romanov crown jewelry collection is as mysterious as the family’s tragic death. While some of their gems were sold or lost, some survive to this day and are locked in the state vaults.
From a tiara rumoured to have been smuggled out of Imperial Russia to Meghan's earrings with links to the Saudi royals, the British monarchy has many jewels with very interesting histories.
By Natalie Oliveri|5:30pm Jul 03, 2021
Royal mystery blown wide open as lost Russian Romanov treasure traced to FIVE locations
December 25, 2020
Secrets of the Fabergé Eggs
In the waning decades of their rule, Russia's Romanov imperial family maintained a standing order with Peter Carl Fabergé to create jeweled Easter eggs. Here is the story of nine of the most important works of art that resulted from this remarkable commission.
BY NANCY GOULD CHUDA
JUN 11, 2021
The duck-egg sized sapphire worn in a choker, was a wedding gift from Elizabeth the Queen Mother, to Princess Diana in 1981.
The Queen Mother gave Lady Diana Spencer, this enormous sapphire brooch as a wedding present. Diana had the brooch placed later, as the centerpiece of a seven strand pearl necklace.
Tiara March Madness: Which Crown Jewels Are Your Favorite?
Sixteen tiaras go head to head, but only one will be crowned the winner.
Queen Mary's Most Iconic Tiara Moments
A brief history of the legendary jewelry collector's famous diadems.
BY LEENA KIM
AUG 7, 2021
See Two Rare Fabergé Tiaras With Ties to the Russian Royal Family
The auction of two Fabergé wedding tiaras is the jewelry coincidence of the century.
MAY 14, 2019
The Romanovs’ Favorite Tiara Is Back On Trend
Princess Eugenie wore a Kokoshnik tiara to her wedding and a new Chanel collection has brought the Russian style back into the spotlight.
AUG 13, 2019
THE VLADIMIR TIARA
07.27.2019 by THE COURT JEWELLER
Inside the Rare Jewelry Collection of a Romanov Princess
Princess Natalie Paley, who fled to France and then America, amassed a remarkable collection of pieces that will be auctioned by Sotheby's.
NOV 7, 2019
How Catherine the Great Used Her Magnificent Jewels to Project Power
She used her extraordinary collection of jewelry to cement her authority as an enlightened despot.
MAY 15, 2020
How Romanov Emeralds Ended Up With American Princess Barbara Hutton
The heiress turned Russian emeralds into an Indian-style tiara, but what happened to them after her time remains a jewelry mystery.
APR 11, 2020
19 Photos of Queen Elizabeth, Princess Diana, and Kate Middleton in Amethyst Jewels
From the Queen's historic Kent Amethyst Demi-Parure to the Duchess of Cambridge's many amethyst earrings.
BY LEENA KIM
JUL 11, 2021
A Brief History of the Cullinan Diamonds, Queen Elizabeth's Most Valuable Jewels
T&C takes a look at the 9 magnificent gems that were cut from the largest diamond ever found.
BY LEENA KIM
AUG 14, 2021
Queen Elizabeth II's Most Glamorous Jewels and Tiaras
Her Majesty's jewelry box is unmatched.
NOV 9, 2020
The Subtle Message Queen Elizabeth Sent By Wearing an Unusual Brooch During Her Televised Address
The turquoise and diamond brooch is from the same collection as Meghan Markle's wedding tiara.
APR 6, 2020
The Romanov Four Sisters: Before the Storm
Apr 14, 2021
The Romanov sisters were the most photographed princesses of their day, yet the world knew very little of the four girls in the official portraits. The daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra have often been considered nothing more than the pretty backdrop to the larger and more dramatic story of their parents and tragic hemophiliac brother Alexey. Despite what portraits depict and behind the dutiful image existed four very vibrant and fascinating and most of all, distinct, personalities. A two-part series focusing on Tsar Nicholas II's four daughters - Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia - combining interviews with leading historians, stunning archive footage, and dramatic reconstruction to reveal the real girls behind the fairy-tale images. This is a remake of a video produced and published by BBC in 2014, entitled "Russia's Lost Princesses". This new version features colorized pictures by Olga Shirnina (Klimbim), newsreel footage, and a selection of photographs from the State Archive of the Russian Federation (GARF).
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02:12 Empress Alexandra: The Victorian upbringing
04:37 Nicholas & Alexandra
07:53 Alexandra's difficulties at the Russian Court
10:30 Tsarskoe Selo: The upbringing of the four sisters
14:45 OTMA: The characters of the Romanov sisters
16:21 Tsarevich Alexei: The drama of hemophilia
21:45 Rasputin and the Imperial family
25:21 The Romanovs visit the Isle of Wight - 1909 Cowes Sailing Regatta (Britain)
29:51 Alexandra's illnesses
30:56 The relationship between Rasputin and the four sisters · · ─────── ·•· ─────── · ·
This video is produced as part of the project for the book
"The Romanov Royal Martyrs”, which is an impressive 512-page book, featuring nearly 200 black & white photographs, and a 56-page photo insert of more than 80 high-quality images, colorized by the acclaimed Russian artist Olga Shirnina (Klimbim) and appearing here in print for the first time.
The Romanov Four Sisters: The Tragic End
Apr 28, 2021
Survivors - What happened to the Romanov family?
Nov 19, 2020
Russia's Lost Princesses Documentary 1/2
Feb 7, 2016
Russia's Lost Princesses Episode 1 of 2
Russia's Lost Princesses Documentary 2/2
OTMA | Full Documentary
Jul 14, 2021
The four daughters of Russia’s last Emperor continue to fascinate people around the world more than a century after their brutal killings in Ekaterinburg, 1918.
Often thought of as a single unit using a nickname, they sometimes used to refer to all four of them, OTMA, seen as beautiful young ladies in white dresses, or as dutiful wartime nurses, or even as naïve young women who had few friends and little contact with the world outside the palace, their lives have been steeped in modern-day mythology. However, with the opening of the Russian State Archives following the fall of the Soviet Union, the letters and diaries of the Grand Duchesses are now revealing interesting and fascinating details about their sadly short lives.
The Romanov Daughters - Olga, Tatiana, Maria & Anastasia
Sep 7, 2021
Who Would Be Tsar of Russia Today? | Romanov Family Tree
Jan 1, 2021
Russian Tsars Family Tree | Ivan the Terrible to Nicholas II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OE1Ib...
The Romanov Faberge Eggs
Aug 11, 2020
They are at once exquisite works of art and fascinating relics of a vanished era. Some of the most valuable and prized treasures on earth, the jeweled eggs created by Peter Carl Faberge for the Russian Tsar represent the zenith of the jeweler's art. They helped secure Faberge a monumental reputation and embody an era of opulence that came to a sudden, horrific end. This film tours the Forbes Collection and the Hillwood Museum, offering a comprehensive history of these magnificent creations. Curators and experts reveal the amazing features that make each egg a masterpiece while historians explain how the waning years of Russian royalty can be traced through the eggs' changing themes. From the courts of the Tsar to today's auctions, this film presents the incredible story of some of the most mesmerizing objects ever created.
The Last Christmas of the Romanovs
Dec 30, 2020
Christmas 1917 would be the last for the Romanov family. Isolated from the world, exiled in Siberia, they lived the joy of the feast of love, distributing gifts to the members of their staff that they had made themselves. Under house arrest and closely guarded, they were able to organize a traditional Christmas that was in many ways their closest family holiday.
Brother of the Tsar | Michael Romanov
Aug 19, 2021
The Romanov Royal Martyrs
This is the story of Grand Duke Michael Romanov, brother of Tsar Nicholas II, and the first Romanov to be killed by the Bolsheviks. The life and death of this third son of Alexander III served to punctuate the trials of the last Tsar's reign, as well as the horror and brutality of the regimes that followed. His ancestor, Peter the Great, made history. Misha, as he was known to his family, was swept into a political tidal wave, over which he had little control.
The Lost Life of Alexis Romanov | with Jonathan Jackson
Dec 16, 2020
For the first time, a video production tells the story of the life of Tsarevich Alexis Romanov, which was brutally cut short very early, leaving behind a legacy of love and forgiveness. The story is narrated by five-time Emmy award-winning actor Jonathan Jackson, who also gives his personal testimony of love for the Romanov family at the end of the video. Alexis was killed together with his entire family and four of their retainers. According to the accounts of the murderers, Alexis was the last one to die. He was 14 years old. Little Alexis was the first male child born heir to the throne during the reign of his father from the seventeenth century onward. The little boy suffered from hemophilia. The most terrible episodes for Alexis’ health happened when he was injured in the joints, which caused unbearable pain. When Alexis was well, however, the whole life of the palace was transformed. Everything seemed bathed in sweet light. This a remarkable production featuring an abundance of black and white archival photos and astounding new colorizations by Olga Shirnina. Furthermore, the video includes all the newsreel footage with Tsarevich Alexis in the highest quality.