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The news took days to get there, too, and all of it was bad. November brought tales of a Bolshevik coup in Petrograd, followed in January by the dissolution of the elected constituent assembly.

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Meanwhile, Lenin approved the treaty of Brest-Litovsk, ceding large swaths of his inherited empire to Germany. Russia was poised for civil war, and nowhere was considered safe. Sketching this context with deft, precise strokes, Service explains why Nicholas had to be moved to the Urals stronghold of Ekaterinburg, already famous for its active, experienced Bolshevik leadership. You feel a new respect for thugs as Service describes the logistics of transporting the tsar across a landscape bristling with assassins or persuading clusters of suspicious troops to guard a family they loathed.

The balance almost tipped when rumours spread that Lenin might use the Romanovs as exchange pawns with Germany. Then came news of an unstoppable anti-Bolshevik military advance. As this net tightened around the city, the decision to execute Nicholas was taken in Ekaterinburg. What Service shows, however, citing Russian research from the s, is that the Kremlin sanctioned the killings. Lenin deliberately avoided incriminating paper trails, but he approved the general plan.

The sound was masked by lorry engines running in the street.

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He concedes that the man was a good father, but finds no happy surprises among his library notes. In seclusion, the ex-tsar got around to reading War and Peace , but he preferred material that pandered to his blinkered view of sovereignty and his shameless antisemitism. This gave him solace in uncertain times, but even he might still have questioned why he chose to face the future with a backward-looking gaze. In any age of rapid change, there is a lesson there. Topics History books The Observer. Russia Russian Revolution reviews. Order by newest oldest recommendations. Show 25 25 50 All.

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One of the characters, Iliodor , enemy monk of Rasputin , played himself. Peter and Alexei Chronicled the childhood of Peter the Great , moving from the reign of his father to his own. Clothes Make the Woman. Anastasia, die falsche Zarentochter.

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This film has hastily written and produced to take advantage of the allegation that Anna Anderson was actually Fransziska Schanskowska, a missing factory worker from Poland. Rasputin and the Empress. First sound film where all the Barrymore siblings Lionel, John, and Ethel appeared together.

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Prince Felix Yussupov who was living in London at the time, launched a massive lawsuit against MGM for the inaccurate portrayal of himself and his wife, Irina Alexandrovna. Catherine of Russia Never completed; Only a few shots were completed before production was halted. Film adaptation of the play by Marcelle Maurette. Anastasia, die letzte Zarentochter. Rasputin, the Mad Monk. United Kingdom United States. Based on the book by Robert K. Miniseries about the fall of the Habsburg , Hohenzollern , and Romanov dynasties.

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United States Soviet Union. Television miniseries based on the book by Robert K. United States Austria Italy. The Mystery of Anna. United States Russian Federation Hungary.