Romanovs: Love, Power & Tragedy: Love, Power and Tragedy Hardcover – 30 Nov 1993
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This book is the product of years of work to shed more light on the tragic deaths in Yekaterinburg all those years ago. As well as unearthing material which sheds more light on their deaths, it provides a description of the last Romanovs as people.
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The biographical details are not what you're buying the book for; it's nothing new or groundbreaking on that front. It's the photographs, many of them rare and previously unpublished, that make this book what it is, and worth the money. It is pretty much solely concentrated on Nicholas, Alexandra, Alexei and the Grand Duchesses and it provides a lovely, intimate portrait of their family life. Plus, there are letters, diary entries, paintings, invitations and so on that are a touching reminder of just how real this family were, something that is easy to forget with all the myths surrounding them.
If you're prepared to spend the money on this, you won't be disappointed. It's a beautifully produced book with so many lovely photographs you just can't find elsewhere. Love, Power and Tragedy is a book I will certainly cherish for many years to come, and it is an invaluable addition to my Romanov collection.
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Gorgeous book on the last imperial family, filled with many unseen photographs and personal mementos such as drawings, invitations, etc. Stunning.Published 18 months ago by Patrick William Hunter
I can highly recomend this book as it produces a wealth of ephemera of which I had not seen before.Published on 28 Sept. 2006 by Mr. David A. Hume
This book is one of the best books I have read on the Romanov's and Imperial Russia. While I was reading it, I actually felt I was transformed back in time to a place that will... Read morePublished on 20 July 1999
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