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Offline nena

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Rasputin. Secret of his authory, by Elisabeth Heresh
« on: November 22, 2008, 03:33:30 PM »
Распутин. Тайна его власти
Rasputin. Secret of his authority

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In the book it is narrated about the offensive and contradictory personality in the history of Russia - Grigoriy Rasputin. How simple Siberian peasant it did know how to enter into the circle of the approximation of tsar? In what does lie the phenomenon of its authority above the people? Which was the role of G.Rasputin in the preceding 1917 events? :. about this and much other to you will tell the secret reports of police agents, notes of the assasin of Rasputin, his letter and personal records, the stories of contemporaries.

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Re: Rasputin. Secret of his authory, by Elisabeth Heresh
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2008, 02:44:44 AM »
Hey, it's available in Russian now.  :) For those members who do not read Russian and have a better command of the German language:  This book was originally published  by Langen/Müller in the German language in 1995. Langen/Müller marketed a new paperback edition earlier this year: http://www.buecher.de/shop/Biographien/Rasputin/Heresch-Elisabeth/products_products/detail/prod_id/25445159/
"The Correspondence of the Empress Alexandra of Russia with Ernst Ludwig and Eleonore, Grand Duke and Duchess of Hesse. 1878-1916"  -  http://www.bod.de/index.php?id=296&objk_
"Grand Duke Ernst Ludwig and Princess Alix of Hesse and by Rhine in Italy - 1893"

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Re: Rasputin. Secret of his authory, by Elisabeth Heresh
« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2008, 09:18:48 PM »
Another book by Elisabeth Heresch is "Petersburger Zarenschlösser". One curious note (I am not sure if it is the reviewer who visited in 1994 or E. Heresch's text excerpt) is the reference to the cottage's grand piano in the upper library that the curator had confirmed belonged to Nicholas II.

http://www.buechervielfrass.de/archiv.php4?was=979

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Re: Rasputin. Secret of his authory, by Elisabeth Heresh
« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2008, 02:07:22 PM »
I know Heresh. She´s a good writer. Way better than for examply Carolly Eriksoon. In fact "Alexandra" by Elisabet Heresh was the first book I have ever read about the Romanovs and my totally first information about OTMA were from it.