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La Maison à destination spéciale: La tragédie d’Ekaterinenbourg (The House of Special Purpose: The tragedy in Ekaterinburg)
by Valentin Speranski

285 pages

Published: 1929

Genre: Non-fiction

Publisher: J. Ferenczi & Fils

Languages: FRENCH

ISBN Hardcover: No hardcover edition available

ISBN Softcover: None (predates ISBN system)

Print Status: out of print

La Maison à destination spéciale: La tragédie d’Ekaterinenbourg (The House of Special Purpose: The tragedy in Ekaterinburg)

description:

unique features:

Testimony by Ipatiev house guards (some identified and some anonymous) not found in other sources.

similar to:

Ispoved' Tsareubiits (Confession of Regicide)

in my opinion:

Necessary for anyone who wishes to trace some of the more controversial stories of the Romanovs' imprisonment back to their origin.

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