Alexandra Fedorvna, The Last Empress Of The Romanov Dynasty

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Alexandra Fedorvna was the last empress of the Romanov dynasty. She was notorious not only for the connection with Gregory Efimovich Rasputin, who tried to intervene the nomination of ministers in his own interests by influencing her Majesty. But also she was criticized for stubbornly persistent in helping her husband, Nicholas II to retain a divine right of ruling the Russian empire and refuse to respond to the social demand for constitutional rule, which finally demised the dynasty. She kept a private diary in English. Because she was educated in England in her youth, though she was born as a princess in Hessen-Darmstadt, Germany. A portion of it remains, and was translated into Russian and published. The period of the published is from
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