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Lucy Worsley travels to Russia to tell story of the dynasty that ruled the country for more than three centuries.

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Lucy investigates the unraveling of the Romanov dynasty during 1825 to 1918.
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She examines the reign of Catherine the Great, and the traumatic conflict with Napoleonic France.
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Lucy investigates the beginning of the Romanovs' 300-year reign and the reign of Peter the Great.

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