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Fate of the Romanovs
by Greg King & Penny Wilson

657pages

Published: 2003

Genre: Non-fiction

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Languages: English

ISBN Hardcover: 0471207683

ISBN Softcover: 0471727970

Print Status: in print

Fate of the Romanovs

description:

An in-depth look at the captivity and murder of the Romanovs, with particular emphasis on the Ekaterinburg period. Also includes chapters on the aftermath of the murder, the Anna Anderson case, discovery of the remains, DNA testing, and canonization of the Imperial Family.

unique features:

A level of detail regarding the guards and day-to-day activity during the Ekaterinburg captivity unsurpassed by other volumes, scarce exterior photos of the Ipatiev house, and a vivid description of the execution constructed from witness testimony and forensic evidence.

similar to:

Fall of the Romanovs
Romanovs: The Final Chapter
House of Special Purpose

in my opinion:

Some claims have sparked controversy, but ample source notes allow readers to analyze the authors' research and draw their own conclusions.

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