In this study group, we will study the complicated history of Russia by focusing on the last Tsar, Nicholas II, and his family. The Romanovs ruled Russia for 300 years. This dynasty came to a disastrous end for the Tsar and his family and for the Russian people and the modern world. We will discuss how the ending of the dynasty could have been much different. Our text will be The Romanov Royal Martyrs: What Silence Could Not Conceal
(Mesa Potamos Publications, Cyprus, 2019) attributed to St. John the Forerunner Monastery. Using this book as our guide, we will examine the lives of the Romanov family through their personal letters, testimonies, diaries, memoirs and other texts not previously published in English. Based on these primary sources, the book reveals new facts about the lives of the royal family, as well as painting a lively portrait of them from their personal documents and in the writings of those closest to them. This book is available on several online sites for a wide range of prices, all of which are above $40. Please consider your interest in this investment before registering for this study group. Join us for this revealing discussion of this tragic family.