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Grand Duchess Anastasia and an officer aboard the Standart: 1914. 

Grand Duchess Anastasia and an officer aboard the Standart: 1914. 

Grand Duchesses Tatiana and Anastasia and Tsarevich Alexei aboard the Standart: 1910.

Grand Duchesses Tatiana and Anastasia and Tsarevich Alexei aboard the Standart: 1910.

A photo of Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich and tinted photographs of Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia

A photo of Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich and tinted photographs of Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia

Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana and Anastasia visiting with soldiers and Grand Duchess Olga’s hospital train, number 164: 1915. 

From Helen Azar’s Facebook page. 

The grand duchesses aboard the Standart: 1913. 

The grand duchesses aboard the Standart: 1913. 

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Anastasia in 1913.

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Anastasia in 1913.

Nicholas II, Empress Alexandra, Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, and Anastasia: 1914. 

Nicholas II, Empress Alexandra, Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, and Anastasia: 1914. 

Items belonging to the Imperial family later found by the White Army at the Ipatiev House: 1918/1919.

An ikon of the Mother of God found at the Ipatiev House after the murder of the Imperial Family: 1918. 

An ikon of the Mother of God found at the Ipatiev House after the murder of the Imperial Family: 1918. 

96 years ago Emperor Nicholas II, his family and their four servants were brutally murdered in the cellar of the Ipatiev House. 

Through their suffering in exile, the Imperial family maintained their love of one another and their faith in God. 

Today they are revered as Passion Bearers in the Russian Orthodox Church. The Emperor, Empress, three of their daughters and their four servants rest together in the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in St. Petersburg. The remains of the two youngest children have yet to receive a state burial. 

Rest in peace.