Here is the 1996 documentary entitled, Last of the Czars, that you may enjoy watching over the weekend. 🙂
“When he came to power in 1689, Tsar Peter the Great began to force through the modernisation of Russia. But one country fascinated him: the France of Louis XIV. He went there in 1717. The Palace of Versailles and Peterhof Palace invite you to discover this famous voyage.” Subtitled for those who do not speak French… Read More “The Journey of Peter the Great to Versailles”
Here is the documentary, Icons of Power: Catherine the Great. Click here to watch the program.
On June 23, 2012, the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, California will finally open the highly anticipated exhibition, Fabergé: Imperial Jeweler to the Tsars. Also, on opening day, beginning at 1:30 PM, there will be a lecture from Dr. Mally, Professor of History, Emeritus, from the University of California, Irvine. During the lecture, Dr. Mally will:… Read More ‘Fabergé: Imperial Jeweler to the Tsars’ A New Exhibition At the Bowers Museum
Here is the History Channel’s well-known documentary, Russia: Land of the Tsars. If you have never seen this long program I highly recommend that you watch it. It’s incredibly fascinating. 🙂 Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Part Five Part Six Part Seven Part Eight Part Nine Part Ten Part Eleven… Read More ‘Russia: Land of the Tsars’ A Documentary
Here is the documentary, Peter the Great: The Tyrant Reformer, produced by American television network, Biography. The program is okay; nevertheless, it’s a decent introduction to those who are unfamiliar with the famous Russian emperor. Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Part Five
Here is the final documentary for today entitled, The Last Grand Duchess. This series traces the life of H.I.H. Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna of Russia the daughter of Emperor Alexander III and Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia. So far the program is quite interesting. Click the links below to watch: Part One Part Two Part Three Part… Read More ‘The Last Grand Duchess: H.I.H. Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna of Russia’