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King, Greg / Penny Wilson. The Fate of the Romanov

Greg King / Penny Wilson

The Fate of the Romanovs

  • 2003
  • Gebunden
  • 657 Seiten
  • ISBN 9780471207689

The most comprehensive examination ever undertaken of the Russian imperial family' s final months in captivity Tsar Nicholas II and his family continue to fascinate the world, and the controversy surrounding their fate still rages, even after recent DNA tests on the imperial remains. In this new book, two noted historians offer readers the most detailed account yet of the imperial family' s last months and their murder by the Bolsheviks. Analyzing more than 500 previously unpublished documents, and including many previously unseen photos, the authors reconstruct the daily life of the prisoners in the Ipatiev House, shattering the decades-old depiction of hardened, brutal guards who delighted in deliberate torment. They offer new interpretations, fresh evidence, and careful examination of the murder, the disposal of the bodies, and the quest to identify the remains, based on their years of extensive research. Greg King (Seattle, WA) is the author of five previous books. A noted historian on imperial

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Russia and the Romanov dynasty, he is a frequent contributor to television specials in the United States, Canada, and Britain. Penny Wilson (Riverside, CA) is a Russian historian specializing in the late imperial period.

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