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‘Nicholas and Alexandra - Tyrants and Martyrs of Imperial Russia’ - Study Day
Douglas Skeggs, writer, lecturer and artist Thursday 11 October 2018

Nicholas & Alexander / The Romanovs - Tyrants & Martyrs of Imperial Russia

Douglas Skeggs

The Lesser Albert Hall, Stirling

As we approach the centenary of the ending of the First World War, a study day on two of the most important people involved in the tragic events that befell the Russian nation during a turbulent period in its history is most fitting. Douglas Skeggs will bring his accustomed knowledge and enthusiasm to lead us through this fascinating time. 10.00 Coffee can be purchased at Henderson’s

11.00 First Lecture : "The Blasphemimg Bear" - The Life of Peter the Great

12.05 Second Lecture : "The New Byzantium" - Russia at the time of Catherine the Great 

1.00 Light lunch in the Lesser Albert Hall

2.00 Third Lecture : "The Last Romanovs" - The Life and Death of Nicholas and Alexandra

Cost, inclusive of lunch - £37 per person. Wine available to buy.

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