Author: Henri TroyatISBN: 978-954-320-450-2
Price: 12.00 lv
Rasputin was one of the most scandalous personalities in the entire history of the Russian monarchy, a man blindly worshiped and intensely detested. Who actually was Rasputin? A pious peasant with a gift for predicting the future and healing, or a lowly swindler, who took advantage of the naiveté and weaknesses of Nicholas II and the Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna in order to rise to the world of the high society and enjoy without restraint the pleasures reserved for the nobility? A voluptuous seducer or a wizard? A supporter and passionate defender of the crown or the destroyer of the monarchy's power and authority?
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