The Romanovs under house arrest: From the 1917 diary of a Palace priest
This book reproduces a remarkable document: the diary of Father Afanasi Beliaev, who was chosen to provide spiritual food to the last Russian Imperial Family during his house arrest in Alexander Palace, between March and August 1917.
The Father's Diary is valuable, first of all, because it describes the way in which the members of the Imperial Family lived before being sent into exile, highlighting their remarkable spiritual condition. They relied on faith in God's goodwill, which helped them to endure all the humiliations they were subjected to and to prepare their souls for their martyrdom.
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