Collaborative Team Spotlight: Team Behind #1917LIVE Project Comes Back for Romanovs 100, Detailing the Murder of Tsar Nicholas II and His Family
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Telling stories and history in an online photo project.
During the night/early morning of July 17, 1918, Tsar Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra, their five children, and four of their loyal servants were murdered in the basement of the Ipatiev House.
The award-winning creators of the #1917LIVE Project are returning to their social media, storytelling platform to create Romanovs 100. This account has gathered hundreds of photos of the late Romanovs, taken by the family, to tell their story in this unique project. A century has past since their deaths, but the project hopes to inspire a resurgence in telling their story, not just their gruesome deaths, but their lives before the events of the 1917 Russian Revolution.
The project will debut later this year, but you can keep track and check out the teaser by following along on twitter @Romanovs100
Missed the #1917LIVE event? Read more about it here.