The Murder of the Romanovs: The Authentic Account (English and Russian Edition) ePub download
by Alexander Kerensky,Paul Bulygin
- ISBN: 0883551837
- ISBN13: 978-0883551837
- ePub: 1965 kb | FB2: 1342 kb
- Language: English Russian
- Category: Humanities
- Publisher: Hyperion Pr (June 1, 1975)
- Pages: 286
- Rating: 4.2/5
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Introduction by Sir Bernard Pares. Translated from the Russian by Gleb Kerensky. THE factors composing this book combine to give a view of the tragic death of Czar Nicholas II and his family in, so to speak, three dimensions. Each one of these phases is authentic for its view-point, comprehensive, complete. View Full Article in Timesmachine . Advertisement.
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Bulygin, Paul, and Alexander Kerensky, The Murder of the Romanovs. Wilton, Robert, The Last Days of the Romanovs (including Depositions of Colonel Kobylinsky, Pierre Gilliard, Sidney Gibbs, Anatoly Yakimov, Pavel Medvedev, Philip Proskuriakov). Introduction by Sir Bernard Pares. London, Hutchinson, 1935. Buxhoeveden, Baroness Sophie, Left Behind: Fourteen Months in Siberia During the Revolution. New York and London, Longmans, Green, 1929. , The Life and Tragedy of Alexandra Feodorovna, Empress of Russia. New York and London, Longmans, Green, 1928. Cited in Notes as Buxhoeveden. London, Thornton Butterworth, 1920.
The book falls into two parts. The first section is written by Alexander Kerensky, Premier of the Provisional Russian Government, and in this section he outlines the background, the steps leading to the crime, - Road to Tragedy.
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The eldest son of Grand Duke Paul Petrovich, later Emperor Paul I, Alexander was born in. .In December 1805 Austria and Russia lost the battle of Austerlitz, called Napoleon’s greatest victory.
The eldest son of Grand Duke Paul Petrovich, later Emperor Paul I, Alexander was born in St. Petersburg on December 12, 1777. Paul’s mother, Catherine the Great, utterly disliked her son and didn’t think him capable of ruling the country. The news of the murder terrified him – guilt and remorse would haunt Alexander for the rest of his life. Alexander didn’t think he was cut for the role of a monarch and dreamt of a quiet life, away from the court. After a disastrous defeat in Poland two years later, Alexander had had enough.
The murder shook my father’s confidence in.That’s what Duke of Windsor wrote about his father George V in his book A King’s Story.
The murder shook my father’s confidence in the innate decency of mankin.My father had personally planned to rescue him with a British cruiser but in some way the plan was blocked. However, there are grounds to believe that it was George V himself who blocked the plan. England does not extend its hospitality’. Sir George William Buchanan in 1915.