An intimate life of the late Empress of Russia written by the Baroness Buxhoeveden who became acquainted with the Empress in 1904, and in 1913 was appointed a lady-in-waiting. From the outbreak of the Revolution the Baroness shared the captivity of the Imperial Family, remaining with them till May, 1918—just before the tragedy at Ekaterinburg—when, with the rest of the household, she was forcibly separated from them. This book is in part a vindication of the Empress, contrasting her devotion to her husband and his country and the affection felt for her by those who really knew her, with the widespread rumours of her unpopularity and the part she played in bringing about the calamity which has overwhelmed Russia.
* Please note that this is a quality, hard cover reproduction of the original 1928 edition of The Life and Tragedy of Alexandra Feodorovna, complete with the original text and photographs.
Baroness Sophie Buxhoeveden
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ITEM # 1008
PUBLISHED:Originally Published 1928.
BINDING: NEW Hard Cover Edition (NO Dust Jacket)
SIZE: 5-3/4" x 8-3/4"
NO. PAGES: 336
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