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New Book 352 p. Includes illustrations. 'Les Dernieres Annees de la Cour De Tzarskoie Selo', A. I Spiridovitch 1928 translated into English, Russiahouse Press Publisher, Volume 1 of 2 After 82 years, The Memoirs of Alexander I. Spiridovitch (Spirodovich)have finaly been translated into the English language by Emily Plank, and published by his Great Grandson. Major General I. Spiridovitch' Memoirs have been for 80 years considered the most accurate and reliable account of the events that occured in the final years at the Tsars Royal Palace. The story of the Generals personal and professional relationship with Tsar Nicholas II, as Head of his Secret Service, and his entire family Empress Alexandra the four Princesses and the Tsarevitch Alexie, is an endearing, yet sad story, accompanied by details of their most intimate private lives, numerous attempts to assassinate the Tsar, and the final fall of the Russian Imperial Empire. A Story of immense importance that will remain as part of world history for ever. . ( )
  Spiridovitch_Family | Oct 11, 2009 |
Book 352 p. Includes illustrations. 'Les Dernieres Annees de la Cour De Tzarskoie Selo', A. I Spiridovitch 1928 translated into English,' Last Years of the Court at Tsarskoie Selo" Russiahouse Press Publisher, Volume 1 of 2 After 82 years, The Memoirs of Alexander I. Spiridovitch (Spirodovich)have finaly been translated into the English language , and published by his Great Grandson. Major General I. Spiridovitch' Memoirs have been for 80 years considered the most accurate and reliable account of the events that occured in the final years at the Tsars Royal Palace. The story of the Generals personal and professional relationship with Tsar Nicholas II, as Head of his Secret Service, and his entire family Empress Alexandra the four Princesses and the Tsarevitch Alexie, is an endearing, yet sad story, accompanied by details of their most intimate private lives, numerous attempts to assassinate the Tsar, and the final fall of the Russian Imperial Empire. A Story of immense importance that will remain as part of world history for ever.
Copyright Spiridovitch Family, Translated from French by Russiahouse Press
Purchase 'Collectors First Edition' signed by Authors Great Grandson only at (Alibris.com) ( )
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