To Kill a Tsar - Andrew Williams Reviews
Description:ISBN 0719524113 / Paperback: 448 pages / Publisher: John Murray / Published: 29 Sep 2011
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One man living a double life in the treacherous world of revoluti ...
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Everyone knows about the revolution in Russia in 1917 in which the Bolsheviks ousted the Romanovs, the Russian royal family, but in fact plots to seize power from the ruling elite had been taking place for decades. 'To Kill a Tsar' is fiction but it is based on the various attempts of a revolutionary party, 'The People's Will', to kill Tsar Aleksander II in the 1880s. Central to the story is Frederick Hadfield, a young Anglo Russian doctor who works partly in a military hospital, and partly ministering to the medical needs of the wealthy ex-pat British contingent in St. Petersburg as well as some influential Russians. At a party a left leaning friend from his ... Read the complete review
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