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Vernye: O tekh, kto ne predal Tsarstvennykh muchenikov (Faithful: On those who did not betray the imperial martyrs)
by Olga N. Chernova

576 pages

Published: 2010

Genre: Biography

Publisher: Russkii Khronograf

Languages: RUSSIAN

ISBN Hardcover: 978-5-85134-123-8

ISBN Softcover: No softcover edition available

Print Status: in print

Vernye: O tekh, kto ne predal Tsarstvennykh muchenikov (Faithful: On those who did not betray the imperial martyrs)

description:

A collective biography of the retinue that followed the imperial family into exile, many of whom ultimately paid for their loyalty with their own lives. 

 
Profiles include:
Botkin, Chemodurov, Demidova, Derevenko, Dolgoruky, Gibbes, Giliard, Hendrikova, Kharitonov, Khitrovo, Kobylinsky, Nagorny, Schneider, Tatischev, Trupp, Volkov, and others.
 
(Expanded from the 2007 edition entitled Vernye do Smerti [Faithful Unto Death] and published by Satis under the ISBN 978-5-7868-0081-6.)

Title in Russian: 
Верные: О тех, кто не предал Царственных мучеников
 

unique features:

Biographical information and photographs of often-overlooked members of the imperial household and suite.

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