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Pravda o Grigorii Rasputine (The Truth about Grigorii Rasputin)
by A.N. Bokhanov

606pages

Published: 2011

Genre: Biography/Documentary

Publisher: Russkii Izdatel'skii Tsentr

Languages: Russian

ISBN Hardcover: 978-5-4249-0002

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Print Status: in print

Pravda o Grigorii Rasputine (The Truth about Grigorii Rasputin)

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From the publisher:

 
The book is about one of the most mysterious and most famous person not only in Russian, but also in world history - Grigorii Rasputin. The author presents the true details of the biography of the Siberian peasant, the reasons for his public fame, the actual role of this man in history. One of the purposes of the investigation is to determine how and why a "black legend" about Rasputin appeared, who started and spread it, why gossip and rumors replaced the actual facts becoming "reliable" documents and "indisputable" evidence. The edition is complemented by works of Grigorii Rasputin.
 
(Translation by Panrus.com)
 
Illustrated with 48 pages of black & white photos.
 
(Title in Russian: Правда о Григории Распутине)

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