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Books: The Lost Crown by Sarah Miller #2 "Yurovsky’s voice once more, like a needle on a gramophone. Papa, still asking, What? What? Another flash - Yurovsky and his squad answering with open fire. I cross myself and close my eyes. Where we go next, we go together."

Lit Meme → Books: The Lost Crown by Sarah Miller “ A flurry of panic erupts around me, but nothing penetrates.

Books: The Lost Crown by Sarah Miller #1: “    A flurry of panic erupts around me, but nothing penetrates. Only a haze of sounds brushes against me. Yelps from Mama, my sisters. Papa turning back to Yurovsky, his mouth moving. What? I can’t understand you. Read it again please.!

Lit Meme → Books: The Lost Crown by Sarah Miller “ A flurry of panic erupts around me, but nothing penetrates. Only a haze of sounds brushes against me. Yelps from Mama, my sisters.

“Someday, when all the wars are over, someone young will lead us to the harvest. As long as there are children, anything is possible.”

““Someday, when all the wars are over, someone young will lead us to the harvest.

Marie of Edinburgh, Queen consort of King Ferdinand I, wearing the Diamond Fringe Tiara, Romania (1874; diamonds).

Marie of Edinburgh, Queen consort of King Ferdinand I, wearing the Diamond Fringe Tiara, Romania diamonds).

Self-portrait of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia (later Queen Olga of Wuerttemberg). "AL"

Self-portrait of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia (later Queen Olga of Wuerttemberg).

Oh this brings me back to 7th grade. I styled myself after Cher for a whole semester. lol.

my fav movie characters cher and dion.i will always be obsessed with the clothes in this movie Clueless

Grand Duchess Tatiana Romanov

Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia Princess Tatiana wallpaper

#2 The Romanov Sisters by Helen Rappaport: “Happy voices, smiling faces, golden memories of a summer afternoon, of a world that could still laugh and talk of war as something far away.”

The Romanov Sisters by Helen Rappaport: “Happy voices, smiling faces, golden memories of a summer afternoon, of a world that could still laugh and talk of war as something far away.

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