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The letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, 1914-1916

Alexandra

The letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, 1914-1916

by Alexandra

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Published by Hoover Institution Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • 1894-1917,
  • Alexandra,
  • Correspondence,
  • Nicholas,
  • Politics and government,
  • Rasputin, Grigori Efimovich,
  • Russia,
  • Russian empresses,
  • Soviet Union,
  • World War, 1914-1918

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages462
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11388545M
    ISBN 100817999922
    ISBN 109780817999926

    Berlin, ) [Letters of the Empress Alexandra Fedorovna to the Em-peror Nicholas II] gives both the original English text and the Russian translation of the letters, but was based apparently on somewhat imper-fect copies and abounds in minor inaccuracies.9 The English text was reprinted as Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, , with. BIBLIOGRAPHY - George, Nicholas and Wilhelm: Three Royal Cousins and the Road to World War I - by Miranda Carter Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, – London, Duckworth, Allrey, Anthony. Edward VII and His Jewish Court. London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, The Letters of the Tsar to the Tsaritsa, –, trans. A.

    Russia Under the Last Tsar Theofanis George Stavrou Published by University of Minnesota Press Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, , ed. Bernard Pares. London: Duckworth, Emperor of Russia, The Letters of the Tsar to the Tsaritsa, , trans. A. L. Hynes, ed. C. E. Vulliamy. New York: Dodd, Cited by: 4. SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY - The Last Tsar: The Life and Death of Nicholas II Letters of the Tsar to the Tsaritsa, – London, Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, – London, Massie, R. Nicholas and Alexandra. London, Mosolov, A. At the Court of the Last Tsar.

    8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; xv - (3) - - xliii - pp. Dark blue cloth over boards with gilt lettering on the spine. This is a reprint of "The Letters of the Tsar to the Tsaritsa, (London, ) and The Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, (London, )" and . Notes. Four primary sources are cited in abbreviated form throughout these Notes. Nicholas II’s Journal Intime is cited as “N’s Diary.”The Letters of the Tsar to the Tsaritsa – is cited as “N to AF,” and Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar – is cited as “AF to N.”The Secret Letters of the Last Tsar: The Confidential Correspondence Between Nicholas II and His.


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The letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, Hardcover – by Alexandra (Author)1/5(1). Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(8). Apr 05,  · Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, (Russian Studies) by Alexandra, Empress, consort of Nicholas II (Author), Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia (Author), Bernard Pares (Introduction) & 0 moreReviews: 1.

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Jun 15,  · The Letters Of The Tsar To The Tsaritsa Paperback – September 10, by A. Hynes (Translator), C. Hagberg Wright (Introduction), C. Vulliamy (Contributor) & 0 more5/5(2). Get this from a library. Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, [Alexandra, Empress consort of Nicholas II Emperor of Russia; Nicholas, Emperor of Russia; Bernard Pares].

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Get this from a library. Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, [Alexandra, Empress consort of Nicholas II Emperor of Russia; Bernard Pares]. July - there were no letters this month; August; September; October; November; December; This online edition was produced due to the gracious contributions of Nancy Batey, Julie Moscinski, Andrea Cotton, Dominic Albanese, Sam Robinson - and one sponsor who wishes to remain anonymous.

Comments on this website should be directed to Bob Atchison. The Letters of the Tsar to the Tsaritsa, from the Official Edition of the Romanov Correspondence and Now Published for the First Time in England. Bodley Head Translated by A.L. Hynes; Edited by C.E. Vulliamy; Introduction by C.T. Hagberg Wright.

My own beloved One, I hope you get my letters regularly, I write and number them daily, also in my little lilac book. - Forgive my bothering you, by sending a petition, but one would like to help those poor people - I think it's the second time they write - kindly put a decision and send it to the minister of justice.

Tsarskoie Selo, October 1-st Sleep well huzy, wify is ever near you, with & in you. When you remember the picture books think of old wify for ever & ever. God bless you & protect you, guard & guide you. Ever Your very own old. To read the letters of the Tsar to the Tsaritsa click here.

Tsarskoe Selo, Nov. th My own beloved Nicky dear, There is a belated gnat flying round my head whilst I am writing to you.

- Well, I went to the big Palace to that poor boy's dressing, and somehow it seems to me as tho' the border of the great bedsore wound were getting firmer - the P-ss did not find the tissue too dead looking. Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia is the author of The Letters of the Tsar to the Tsaritsa, ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) 4/5(8).

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received 2 letters from Tchakhov, 2 from Jedigarov and Malama so touching all of them - I begged them always to give us news through A. I shall see Alrosimov tomorrow he leaves back to the regiment which soon goes to the "Stavka", and longs to see its beloved "chef" (and family) there.

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Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar Empress Alexandra (consort. Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar, by Alexandra Empress, consort of Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia 5 editions - first published in The Nicky-Sunny Letters; Correspondence of the Tsar and Tsaritsa, [Nicholas, Emperor of Russia; Emperor of Russia the Letters of the Tsar to the Tsaritsa Nicholas Ii; Empress Consort of Nicholas Ii Emperor of Russia Letters of the Tsaritsa to the Tsar Alexandra].

Mar 20,  · 2) Letters of the Tsar to the Tsaritsa -translated by virtuosobs.com (John Lane, ) 3) Letters of Tsar Nicholas and Empress Marie, edited by Edward Bing (Nicholson & Watson, ) Sometimes I just open one of the books at random and read a few letters.Jan 15,  · Letters and journals and diaries written by the people who surrounded the Tsar create an atmosphere so pervasive you almost seem to be there and these people bare their naked emotions.

You see Russia from the inside. But you see her as she is viewed by the world, too, in letters by Queen Victoria and Kaiser Wilhelm, /5(26).51) Hynes (translator), The Letters of the Tsar to the Tsaritsa,John Lane, $40 52) Ignatieff, The Russian Album, Viking, (in dj) $1.