Helena Hancock is an All-American author from the Rapid City, South Dakota who has lately been obsessed with the Russian historic characters. Last month, Helena completed writing a book on the life and death of Russian Tsar – Nicholas II of Russia.
In her book, Helena claims that Nicholas II was one of the most polite and humble Tsars in the history of Russia, even more polite than the hosts of those crypto casino USA websites.
Helena writes that if emperor Alexander III of Russia were alive by the time his youngest child and the second daughter – Olga Alexandrovna reached the age of 20, he would have coronated her as his successor without caring about the traditions of his nation but instead doing what was good for his legacy and the nation. Helena claims that Aalexander III knew it very well that none of his other 5 kids was eligible for being the Tsar. Helena adds that it doesn’t mean that he didn’t love any of his other 5 children but that he knew it very well that none of those was eligible for becoming the Tsar.
Helena writes in her book that Nicholas II was very close to his maternal grandfather as a child but their relationship started getting bitter after Nicholas II reached the adulthood. Helena believes that one of the causes for their relationship getting worse was Nicholas II’s marijuana addiction and his maternal grandfather – King Christian IX’s alcohol addiction.
Helena writes that the claims of Nicholas II having sexual relationship with his English aunt Alix are all false.
Helena ends her book by mentioning that Xenia, the younger sister of Nicholas II advised her brother to make agreement with the communists and go to the USA but he wouldn’t listen.