Women's lives in Britain in the First World War - and other things.
Saturday, 25 October 2014
The Tsar's Daughters
From Woman’s Weekly, 24th October 1914
THE TSAR’S DAUGHTERS
These are the four daughters of the Tsar of Russia, and they are very busy these days making scarves and belts for their soldiers. Every day there is a big working party at the Palace, and each Grand Duchess spends two or three hours sewing or knitting for the brave defenders of her father’s realm.