Il Burattinaio Dell Ultimo Zar Grigorij Rasputin

Autore: Marco Natalizi
ISBN: 9788869731525
Grandezza: 45,50 MB
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The Real Tsaritsa

Autore: Lili Dehn
Editore: Ravenio Books
Grandezza: 68,50 MB
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Vista: 7292
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Lili Dehn was the wife of a Russian naval officer and a friend to Tsarina Alexandra, and was with the Romanoff family during the Russian Revolution of 1917.


Autore: Annette Tison
Editore: Franklin Watts
ISBN: 9781408330715
Grandezza: 70,85 MB
Formato: PDF, Kindle
Vista: 5107
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Meeting Barbapapa for the very first time is a magical moment - every child will adore this loyal, gentle, friendly creature, who can change into any shape and solve any problem for his family and friends. In this story, Barbapapa arrives and finds his place in the world.

The Jazzmaster Cookbook

Autore: Jim Grantham
ISBN: 9780967963501
Grandezza: 39,23 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Vista: 9378
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The Rasputin File

Autore: Edvard Radzinsky
Editore: Anchor
ISBN: 0307754669
Grandezza: 32,12 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 8234
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From the bestselling author of Stalin and The Last Tsar comes The Rasputin File, a remarkable biography of the mystical monk and bizarre philanderer whose role in the demise of the Romanovs and the start of the revolution can only now be fully known. For almost a century, historians could only speculate about the role Grigory Rasputin played in the downfall of tsarist Russia. But in 1995 a lost file from the State Archives turned up, a file that contained the complete interrogations of Rasputin’s inner circle. With this extensive and explicit amplification of the historical record, Edvard Radzinsky has written a definitive biography, reconstructing in full the fascinating life of an improbable holy man who changed the course of Russian history. Translated from the Russian by Judson Rosengrant.

The Works Of Dante Alighieri

Editore: Douglas Editions
Grandezza: 29,66 MB
Formato: PDF, Kindle
Vista: 3778
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To Kill Rasputin

Autore: Andrew Cook
Editore: Tempus Pub Ltd
Grandezza: 30,21 MB
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Vista: 1516
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Gregori Rasputin is probably one of the best known, but least understood of the key figures in the events which ultimately led to the downfall of the Russian Tsars some 90 years ago. His political role as the power behind the throne is as much obscured today, as it was then, by the fascination with his morality and private life. Andrew Cook’s re-investigation of Rasputin’s death will reveal for the first time the real masterminds behind the murder of the "mad monk."

Little Mother Of Russia

Autore: Coryne Hall
Editore: Holmes & Meier Pub
Grandezza: 35,23 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Detailed, fast-paced, & entertaining, this is the first English-language biography of this incredible empress--mother of Russia's last tsar, grandmother of the controversial Anastasia, & one of the few Romanovs to survive the Revolution.


Autore: Peter Kurth
Editore: Back Bay Books
ISBN: 9780316557887
Grandezza: 78,25 MB
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This spectacular illustrated history tells the story of the last Romanovs - one of the great tragic love stories of all time - with unparalleled vividness & intimacy. The text, which follows Nicholas & Alexandria from their childhood's to the Siberian cellar where their lives ended, is complemented by rare images from the imperial family's private collections (locked away for decades in Soviet archives, & published here for the first time), as well as by contemporary full-color photographs of the places & palaces the Romanovs knew.