It was a clear, warm day. After my walk I gave Alexei a geography lesson. We went out into the garden at 2:15. I worked all the time with the others in the vegetable garden; Alexis and the girls planted various things in the beds which we had prepared. At 5 o'clock we returned home perspiring. See more
After tea I read. At 7:00 I went out with Tatiana, Marie and Anastasia and went for a ride on the bicycle until 7:15. The evening went as always.
My first task was to dispatch a network-wide communiqué to the railwaymen regarding today’s events, and to call upon them to work toward the benefit of this newly free country. My second task was to ascertain the whereabouts of the Tsar. See more
I immediately issued an order stipulating that he mustn’t be allowed north of the Bologoye-Pskov line, and that the tracks and switches must be dismantled if he resolved to proceed by force.