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The Russian Galatea

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On July 16, 1918, Nicholas Romanov, the last Tsar of Russia, and his entire family were supposedly murdered by Russian Bolsheviks in the basement of a house in Yekaterinburg, Siberia. One year later, Alexander Kolchak, the Supreme Commander of the White Army, appointed a legal investigator to prove, beyond any doubt, that all members of the Romanov family had indeed been executed. The investigator's name was Nicholas Sokolov. The Russian Galatea is a story based on Sokolov's investigation. It takes place in Siberia, 1919 - with the Russian Revolution as its background. The major thesis is fiction but woven around true historical facts. It is a detective story about one courageous investigator's obsession with finding out what really happened to Russian Tsar Nicholas II and his family. It is also a story about Sokolov's deep relationship with the girl in a faded photograph. Is she alive or dead?

Product code: 9781528900867

ISBN 9781528900867
No. of pages 264
Dimensions H203xW127
Publisher Austin Macauley Publishers
On July 16, 1918, Nicholas Romanov, the last Tsar of Russia, and his entire family were supposedly murdered by Russian Bolsheviks in the basement of a house in Yekaterinburg, Siberia.