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Helen Rappaport
Writer, historian, TV talking head. Lover of all things Victorian, Gothic & late Imperial Russian. Historical Consultant on ITV Victoria. Big fan of ScandiNoir
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Hear me talk about Petrograd 1917 in 'Archive on 4' 8pm Sat 26 Feb Radio 4.
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Dr Liv Gibbs Feb 18
Tavern in Whitechapel by Gustave Doré 1869 ().
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John Constable Feb 18
High Street, Whitechapel by Edwin Edwards 1869 Oil on Millboard ()
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Helen Rappaport Feb 18
Thanks Nick. Apologies for typos in article - not mine. Am getting them corrected.
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Helen Rappaport Feb 18
What made me want to write & how I researched it and found forgotten eyewitnesses
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Garry Kasparov Feb 17
A century ago, it took Vladimir Lenin one month after taking power to coin the term "vrag naroda", "enemy of the people", on 28 Nov, 1917.
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Victorian Web Feb 17
Marian Collier, Tho. Huxley's daughter, by her husband John, 1882-3; her story was a sad one—see Thanks .
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Helen Rappaport Feb 17
Friend found it - probably Russian web
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Helen Rappaport Feb 17
Thank you so much dear David. Xx
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David Baldacci Feb 17
Add this to your : 's gripping account of the 1917 Russian Revolution.
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Helen Rappaport Feb 17
Bloody hell NO! Lovely Peter Skellern and that beautiful voice gone from us now as well. I love this song.
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Helen Rappaport Feb 17
FO file letter 1935 from Tatiana Nikolaevna claimant living Lima Peru. Laconic comment by official: 'The writer is rather obviously insane'
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Helen Rappaport Feb 17
Well it is absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
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Helen Rappaport Feb 17
Wonderful new photo of Romanovs taken winter 1911/12. Tatiana looking away far L, then Olga looking down, lovely Maria & squinting Anastasia
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Helen Rappaport Feb 17
What a wonderful painting. I've never seen it before
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Jnl. Art in Society Feb 16
Wm Perkin's chance discovery of mauve took London by storm after Queen Victoria wore it to daughter’s wedding (1858)
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Luke Allnutt Feb 15
In The Footsteps Of Revolution. Beautiful work by my colleagues
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Helen Rappaport Feb 16
Almost mistook it for the UK edition-- but here is the Norwegian translation just out! Thank you !
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Helen Rappaport Feb 16
I'm so excited - a whole hour on superfast BB and I haven't seen that horrid little technicolour golfball hanging there once!
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Helen Rappaport Feb 16
Great job Marina. Wonderful colours.
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