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Last Days: Legacy of the Imperial Internment

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1943, Rostock, Germany: What do missing members of the Romanov family—supposedly executed in 1918—have to do with Imperial Russian treasures looted by the Nazis in 1943? Now someone is stealing those items from the Nazis as the looted goods are shipped for sale to Black Market buyers in neutral countries. The Nazi hierarchy has sent enforcers to the city to deal with the problem, and the insult.

1918, Russia: Arrested and confined, the women of the Imperial family secretly sewed jewels into their corsets and hems. Who else knew, and where did the treasure go after their deaths?

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