18 Romanovs ruled over Russia.
Unlike many other royal families, Romanovs didn’t strictly follow a pattern of primogeniture.
Nicholas II was no longer the tsar when he and his family were murdered.
The British Royal Family were the carriers of hemophilia, not the Russians.
Not every Romanov was killed in 1918—but Anastasia was not one of the survivors.
Prince Philip was a key to identifying the Romanovs’ bodies.
Anastasia imposters were not alone.