that isn't anastasia. the house in the background of the photo isn't even the governor's house. it would be impossible for her picture to be taken anywhere but there because they weren't allowed to leave the fenced yard. and it doesn't look like her in the slightest, that is definitely a boy. the clothes would indicate the picture was taken in a later time period and even a different country.
Okay, thank you for that. I read it was her and I assumed it was her. The caption says its her. So thank you once again for helping me!
Olga: Friday, November 15th, 1895 Tatiana: Thursday, June 10th, 1897 Maria: Monday, June 26th, 1899 Anastasia: Tuesday, June 18th, 1901 Alexei: Friday, August 12th, 1904 Nicholas: Monday, May 18th, 1868 Alexandra: Thursday, June 6th, 1872
An interesting account of a 1907 Christmas by General Alexander Spiridovitch, the Chief of Secret Personal Police who was in charge of Protecting Nicholas II and his family when they left the Palace and served from 1905-1914.
The exhibition will run in Moscow at the Exhibition hall of Federal Archives, running from Tomorrow, May 25th-July 29th 2012. If anyone from Russia/anyone going to Moscow within those months follows this blog and goes there, feel free to send a message saying what it was like! It sounds very interesting.