The Court of the Last Tsar (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
576
Utgivningsdatum
2006-03-01
Upplaga
1
Förlag
John Wiley & Sons Inc
Illustrationer
Illustrations (some col.), maps
Dimensioner
242 x 195 x 37 mm
Vikt
1240 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
16:B&W 7.5 x 9.25 in or 235 x 191 mm Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9780471727637
The Court of the Last Tsar (inbunden)

The Court of the Last Tsar

Pomp, Power and Pageantry in the Reign of Nicholas II

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Praise for The Court of the Last Tsar "Any book by Greg King is a book to be kept and savored. He has not only given us a fresh, clear-eyed, and often startling new look at the life of the last Romanovs, but also lived up to the promise of his title. He has shown us how the whole enterprise worked, from Tsar Nicholas to his lowest cook and chambermaid. This book is a great work of scholarship--and a wonderful read." --Peter Kurth, author of Tsar: The Lost World of Nicholas and Alexandra and Anastasia: The Riddle of Anna Anderson "A mammoth, monumental achievement. No other book captures the essence and the entire scope of life at the court of Nicholas II. It's a thoroughly enjoyable and encyclopedic masterpiece that will be a major source for historians and biographers for years to come." --Marlene A. Eilers, author of Queen Victoria's Descendants and publisher of Royal Book News "Greg King has truly written a tour de force. The book is extremely well researched, has over 100 illustrations and is, quite simply, marvelous." --Coryne Hall, author of Little Mother of Russia, Once a Grand Duchess, and Imperial Dancer "Greg King is emerging as one of the leading authorities in today's liveliest field of Russian studies, and this is a major contribution to the study of late Imperial Russia." --Joseph T. Fuhrmann, author of Rasputin and the editor of The Complete Wartime Correspondence of Tsar Nicholas II and the Empress Alexandra
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GREG KING is the coauthor of The Fate of the Romanovs (Wiley). His previous works include The Last Empress: The Life and Times of Alexandra Feodorovna, Tsarina of Russia and The Man Who Killed Rasputin: Prince Felix Youssoupov and the Murder That Helped Bring Down the Russian Empire. He has worked as an on-screen commentator with the Learning Channel, the History Channel, the Discovery Channel, and the Arts and Entertainment Channel.

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Author's Note. Introduction. Prologue: St. Petersburg. PART ONE: PERSONAGES. 1. The Last Tsar. 2. The Imperial Family. 3. A Rival Court. 4. The Romanovs. 5. The Russian Court. 6. Below Stairs at the Palace. 7. The Military. 8. The Aristocracy. 9. The Russian Orthodox Church. PART TWO: PALACES. 10. The Winter Palace. 11. Tsarskoye Selo. 12. Peterhof. 13. The Moscow Palaces. PART THREE: POSSESSIONS. 14. Imperial Riches. 15. Fashion at the Russian Court. 16. Jewelry, Regalia, and Objets d'art. 17. Imperial Transportation. 18. Country Estates. PART FOUR: PAGEANTRY. 19. Imperial Ceremonies. 20. An Imperial Funeral. 21. An Imperial Wedding. 22. The Coronation. 23. The Tercentenary. PART FIVE: PLEASURES. 24. Imperial Balls. 25. State Visits. 26. The Crimea. 27. The Last Season. Epilogue: July 20, 1914: The Beginning of the End. Acknowledgments. Appendix A: Family Tree of Nicholas I. Appendix B: Organizational Chart of the Russian Imperial Court. Appendix C: The Imperial Court in 1914. Appendix D: Palace Floor Plans. Appendix E: Maps of the Imperial Estates. Appendix F: Map of St. Petersburg. Notes. Bibliography. Index.