Nicholas II: Emperor of All the Russias

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Pimlico, 1994 - Russia - 292 pages
This portrait of the last Tsar tells the story of the family man, the father of the haemophiliac heir, the protector of Rasputin, and the victim of the infamous murder at Ekaterinburg in 1918. It also considers Nicholas as political leader and emperor. It presents a view of him very different from the one generally held in the West and portrays the old regime's collapse and the origins of Bolshevik Russia in a new light.

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Dominic Lieven, a former Kennedy scholar at Harvard University, is professor of Russian government at the London School of Economics.

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