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Hidden Account Of The Romanovs

Hidden Account Of The Romanovs

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  • Author
    John Browne
  • Publisher
    Iuniverse
  • Publication date
    21 May 2013

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Hidden Account Of The Romanovs

  • Author

    John Browne

  • Date Published

    21 May 2013

  • Publisher

    Iuniverse

  • Pages

    848 pages

  • ISBN

    9781475978346

Book Description

Preparing for President Putins State Visit in 2003, the Bank of England is ordered to return any remaining Czarist money to Russia. The Banks trustee of the former Empress Alexandras secret trust account resists. To support his case, the trustee investigates the revealing career of a Grenadier Guards officer. The evidence trail follows the Grenadier though the trenches of World War I, including active service events involving The Prince of Wales, Winston Churchill and the Royal Flying Corps.

The backdrop is Imperial Russia and the extraordinary lives of Emperor Nicholas and his family. While history recorded three women surviving the initial shootings of the Imperial family, only to be killed later when they cried out, rumours erupted of a female Romanov escapee. Stalin determined to liquidate her.

In 1918, the Grenadier offi cer is posted to Russia to locate and aid the escape of Romanovs. Attached to a Cossack regiment, a peasant girl rescues him from Red soldiers.

Against a background of international intrigue and Imperial elegance the story winds through two of histories greatest mysteries, the murders of the Imperial family and Rasputin. King George Vs hitherto misunderstood delay in rescuing his cousin Emperor Nicholas is explained. Questions challenging conventional history run through the story, including amazing evidence, suggesting the British MI6 organization of Rasputins assassination and Trotskys raising of Bolshevik seed capital in New York.

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