ISBN Hardcover: 978-5-9533-3089-3
ISBN Softcover: No softcover edition available
Print Status: in print
An examination of the murder of the imperial family by the general in charge of the White army's Ekaterinburg investigation. (Originally printed in two volumes in 1922.)
Written with the benefit of full access to both the Sokolov dossier and all other evidence (depositions, testimony, etc.) gathered during the White army inquiry.
in my opinion:
Though marred by anti-Semitism, Diterikhs's book was one of the more thorough and insightful treatments of the imperial murder and captivity at the time of its publication.
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this book profile was written by Sarah Miler