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Dnevniki Nikolaya II i Aleksandry Fedorovny: 1917-1918 (Diaries of Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna)
by V. M. Khrustalev (editor)

624 (Vol 1); 624 (Vol 2)pages

Published: 2008

Genre: Documentary

Publisher: Vagrius

Languages: RUSSIAN

ISBN Hardcover: 9785982640314 (Vol 1) 9785982640321 (Vol 2)

ISBN Softcover: No softcover edition available

Print Status: in print

Dnevniki Nikolaya II i Aleksandry Fedorovny: 1917-1918 (Diaries of Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna)

description:

The complete text of the diaries of Nicholas II and his consort for 1917 -1918. Each volume illustrated with 16 pages of photographs.

 
Volume 1: January 1 - July 31 1917
Volume 2: August 1 1917 - July 16 1918
 
(Email for Volume 2 cover scan)
 
(Title in Russian: Дневники Николая II и Императрицы Александры Федоровны 1917-1918)

unique features:

The side-by-side presentation allows for direct comparison between Nicholas and Alexandra's perspective on the downfall of the dynasty. 

 
Also contains the complete text of Alexandra's 1917 diary, which to my knowledge is not available unabridged in any other volume.

similar to:

Poslednie Dnevniki Imperatritsy Aleksandry Fedorovny Romanovoi
Dnevniki Imperatora Nikolaya II (Diaries of Emperor Nicholas II)
Complete Wartime Correspondence of Emperor Nicholas II and The Empress Alexandra

in my opinion:

Beautiful presentation with a wealth of copious footnotes. Heartily recommended for serious scholars and collectors alike.

where to find this book:

www.vasha-kniga.com
www.kniga.com
www.ozon.ru
www.dom-knigi.ru

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