The Last Tsar : Life and Death of Nicholas Ii – Edvard Radzinskii

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Edvard Radzinki, the leading Russian playwright, offers a portrait of Nicholas and Alexandra’s marriage and an account of the final days of the Russian royal family’s arrest, imprisonment and regicide. The opening of long-closed archives has allowed the author to make discoveries and reach new and revealing conclusions. His hitherto uptapped sources include three participants in the shooting, Radzinki reveals Lenin’s role in the execution and has seen the actual telegram in which the order for the murder was given and there is the outstanding question: were the Tsarina and the daughters allowed to escape?

Used. Hardcopy in close to fine condition, internally all pages 422 fresh white and crisp. Dust wrapper in same condition. A beautiful copy could pass for new

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SKU: 9780340569955 Category: Title: The Last Tsar : Life and Death of Nicholas Ii
Author: Edvard Radzinskii
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Year: 1993
ISBN10: 0340569956
ISBN13: 9780340569955
Condition: Mint
Format: Hardcover
Inventory No: 1889

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Edvard Radzinki, the leading Russian playwright, offers a portrait of Nicholas and Alexandra’s marriage and an account of the final days of the Russian royal family’s arrest, imprisonment and regicide. The opening of long-closed archives has allowed the author to make discoveries and reach new and revealing conclusions. His hitherto uptapped sources include three participants in the shooting, Radzinki reveals Lenin’s role in the execution and has seen the actual telegram in which the order for the murder was given and there is the outstanding question: were the Tsarina and the daughters allowed to escape?

Used. Hardcopy in close to fine condition, internally all pages 422 fresh white and crisp. Dust wrapper in same condition. A beautiful copy could pass for new

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Weight 0.84 kg
Dimensions 23.4 × 15.6 × 4 cm

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