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Margarita
If you do a new publication of your fine Alexander III book please note my comments and errata.

Have done so! Thank you.

Best regards,

Margarita

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Are you also going to be republishing your book on Alexander III which is now out of print?  (curious).

Given the interest expressed by you and many others over the past two or so years, I am seriously considering the publication of a new edition.

Best regards,

Margarita Nelipa

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page 317 General Ruzski at Stavka he was at Pskov

Just to make it clear, in Russian, the word "Stavka" = military headquarters.

As written 4 lines down @ p 317, I did say:

"... the imperial train was detained and stood isolated on a railway track outside of Pskov". 

Rodzianko did indeed contact General  Ruzskii at [his] Stavka!

and @ p 318:

"Guchkov and Shulgin arrived in Pskov "

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Rasputin / Re: Ella's Role
« on: March 26, 2019, 04:02:31 AM »
I would say yes Ella did know about the plot in advance and after the murder sent congratulatory telegrams to Dmtrin P and Zinaida Yusupova that were intercepted and copies sent to Nicholas and Alexandra. See the book "Killing Rasputin" M Nelipa

Ella certainly was aware of the conspiracy in advance and her actions after the happening are less than right-minded.

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some more errata and comments:
me page 138 should be for not force and page 134 should be upcoming books 2016

page 31 you mention GD NNs children I assume you mean GD NN the elder since the younger didn't have any children
page 50 Beletsky in exile Stephen Beletsky was shot by the Cheka in September 1918
pages 250-1 Purichkevich 3 shots fired according to the writing of Massad Ayoob who is a forensics expert has wrote a number of books, has numerous videos on youtube and analysis gunfights ect. for Purichkevich to get the number of shots he fired wrong is commen Ayoob points out that many police officers and civilians involved in shootings often can't remember how many shots they fired. As for missing Rasputin there are police officers who were excellent shots have better pistols with better sights and a few have missed close range suspects in broad daylight in their first gunfights
page 317 General Ruzski at Stavka he was at Pskov
page 350 General Bartov 1st Caucasian Cavalry division he was the commander of the I Caucasus Corps at this time

Many thanks for taking the time to offer your comments and corrections.

Best regards,

Margarita

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A few weeks ago, I was interviewed in relation to my Rasputin book by Ann Marie Ackermann. She is a former U. S. criminal and medical law attorney, now turned author.

I hope you will enjoy the interview that appears on her blog: https://www.annmarieackermann.com/new-evidence-on-rasputins-murder/

Margarita Nelipa

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I just finished reading this on my Kindle Fire.  Very well written and made him more real.

Thank you very much for letting me know that you enjoyed this book. Your feedback on Amazon and or Goodreads would be appreciated.

Regards,

Margarita Nelipa

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I just recently finished reading this book and found it to be both well researched, informative and fine reading. and now for the errata:


I am glad you enjoyed my book and thank you for your for the list of errata.

Other than the year, I do not have the exact date when the Leningrad Pioneer Palace was bombed.

Regards,

Margarita Nelipa


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Recently I added a new poster on my FB page "KILLING RASPUTIN: The Murder That Ended the Russian Empire" that presents proof that Grigorii Rasputin was murdered by a weapon that was of Russian military issue.

Full details may of course be read in the book that is published by Wildblue Press and available from them directly or through Amazon in your country and the Van Hoogstraten Bookstore online.

Margarita Nelipa

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Given that almost 101 years have passed since the day Grigorii Rasputin was brutally murdered in Petrograd, why not consider reading the details about that event today in my revised book, KILLING RASPUTIN The Murder That Ended The Russian Empire?

Thank you in advance,

Margarita Nelipa

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Thanking John Blackburn for his recent 5 star review:

"This is the best and most comprehensive account of the events that befell Rasputin that I have had the pleasure of reading. Every point that the author has presented is backed up with relevant evidence.

This book is filled with historical information, be sure this is not a 'light and fluffy' account of the 'mad monk', this is a serious analysis of the time period in Russia and what led to the events surrounding Rasputin's death. This books questions previously held misconceptions and challenges the reader.

Would highly recommend to a scholarly audience or Russian history buffs!
"


Margarita Nelipa

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Did you know that there is an audio book edition available?

See:
https://www.amazon.com/Killing-Rasputin-Murder-Russian-Empire/dp/B074JJ8STK/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1494708034&sr=8-1

Thanks in advance for your interest in my work.

Regards,

Margarita Nelipa

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I just started reading this book on my kindle fire.  It is a enjoyable read. Miami about a quarter done.

Thank you for purchasing the e-book and letting me know that you did so. I hope you will continue to enjoy reading it to its end. Your feedback on Amazon would be appreciated.

Best regards,

Margarita

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Absolutely delighted with this five star review (in part) on Amazon that was provided by a retired English professor:


"a well-researched, in-depth exposition of the unique, mysterious, historic figure, Rasputin. I was impressed with the breadth of research as well as the orderly presentation that author Margarita Nelipa uses to present her case. Indeed, this tome could well be a college level textbook!"

Thank you very much!

Margarita Nelipa

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I really like the front and back covers of the softback edition that was created by my publisher, Wild Blue Press. Simply click on the image below to enlarge it ...



Margarita Nelipa

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