A 100 years ago, Mata Hari faced the firing squad as a convicted German spy. Was she a dangerous spy, whose boldness and sexuality threatened the establishment, or a victim entangled in a climate of blame and desperation as WWI dragged on?
The life of the Russian Empress Ekaterina II (Catherine the Great), a German born princess who came to Russia as bride for the young Peter III, chosen by his aunt Elisabeth, and who, once ... See full summary »
1904. The Russian-Japanese War. Manchuria. Russian military hospital on the retreat stations in a half-destroyed Chinese village. The head of the hospital Sergey Karenin learns that the ... See full summary »
Lesha and Alena're planing their wedding. Everything is going to be OK, but Lesha and famous journalist Ira s' knowledge changes everything. Her image doesn't fit into the framework of ... See full summary »
One of the main intrigues of the Russian history is opened. How left, what in the XIX century Russia forever lost the lands in North America? After all it possessed the huge territory from Alaska to Northern California.
A model named Sofia is in a relationship with a celebrity that proposes marriage, but Sofia wants a normal relationship out of the public eye. To prove her point, she sets off to marry a ... See full summary »
"Matahari" means 'sun' in Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian) and Malay. While 'matahari' means 'sun', the words 'mata' means 'eye' and 'hari' means 'day' so literally translated, it means 'eye of the day'. See more »