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Anastasia: The Lost Princess

Anastasia--the name has become synonymous with enigma. the story of the youngest daughter of the last Russian czar has become one of the world's most favorite romantic fascinations, and is one of the strangest, saddest, most haunting riddle of the twentieth century: Did she escape the massacre of the Russian Royal family in 1917?

James Blair Lovell's exhaustive search for tAnastasia--the name has become synonymous with enigma. the story of the youngest daughter of the last Russian czar has become one of the world's most favorite romantic fascinations, and is one of the strangest, saddest, most haunting riddle of the twentieth century: Did she escape the massacre of the Russian Royal family in 1917?

James Blair Lovell's exhaustive search for the truth culminates in the definitive book, the last word on the mystery of Anastasia. Drawn form eyewitness testimony, medical and scientific study, handwriting analysis, and a cache of thousands of documents, letters, paintings, private photographs, and audio tapes, Anastasia: The Lost Princess separates the facts from the myths, and establishes beyond a shadow of a doubt the identity of the real Anastasia. Filled with romance, intrigue, drama, and startling revelation, it is Anna Anderson's true story....more

Paperback, 544 pages

Published January 15th 1995 by St. Martin's Griffin (first published January 15th 1989)

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Royal Russia from the James Blair Lovell Archive

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wide 8vo, royal blue cloth-covered bds, bright gold title on spine, sl. trace bumping to spine ends, 1 cm spot lower corner ft bd, else fine inside and out; illus with map and many fine photographs of the Imperial family; pp.119; price-clipped illus dj, sl. fade to spine, else clean and unworn in archival cover. A marvelous collection of photographs from the lives of Nicholas and Alexandra and their family. Seller Inventory # 4884

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Synopsis: This splendid selection of 140 rare or unpublished photographs from the Romanovs' own albums is an intimate portrait of the private and public lives of Tsar Nicholas II's family. It shows them relaxing in the luxury of their magnificent country estates, at work during World War I in the Palace Hospital, the children playacting, mushroom picking, and studying with their tutors. More formal portraits include the ceremony of the Imperial court as well as such important family occasions as the celebration of the birth of the heir Alexei.

This unique compilation is taken from the personal album of the Tsar's daughter Grand Duchess Maria and from the Tsarina Alexandra's own commemorative album, both now in the James Blair Lovell Archive. It also draws on the impressive collection of Ian Lilburn, a close friend of Anna Anderson, once the most plausible claimant to being the Grand Duchess Anastasia. With an explanatory text and informative captions often compiled from the original Russian, this is an extraordinary chronicle of a way of life that ended with the brutal execution of practically every member of the Imperial Family photographed in this book.

About the Author: Eminent Romanov historian James Blair Lovell's major work, Anastasia: The Lost Princess, was first published in 1991. When he died in 1993, he left behind a vast and important archive of Romanov documents and artifacts, some of which is reproduced here for the very first time.

Carol Townend studied European and Byzantine History at Royal Holloway College, London University. The author of several historical novels, she now lives in London.

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Bibliographic Details

Title: Royal Russia from the James Blair Lovell ...
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication Date: 1998
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: VG
Dust Jacket Condition: VG
Edition: 1st Am. edition.

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Anastasia; The Lost Princess

Lovell, James Blair

Washington, DC: Regnery Gateway, 1991. First Edition [Stated], First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. xxviii, 512, [4] pages. Inscribed on the half title page by the author. Inscription reads: For David and Eugenie Chauchavadze, with my admiration and respect, James Blair Lovell. Prince David Chavchavadze (May 20, 1924 – October 5, 2014) was a British-born American author and a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer of Georgian-Russian origin. Chavchavadze entered the United States Army in 1943 and served during World War II as liaison for the U.S. Army Air Force Lend-Lease supply operations to the Soviet Union. After the war, he entered Yale University where he was a member of The Society of Orpheus and Bacchus, the second longest running a cappella group in the United States. He spent more than two decades of his career as a CIA officer in the Soviet Union Division. Mrs. Chavchavadze was born Eugenie de Smitt. She was a supporter of Russian dissidents; and the wife of David Chavchavadze, a descendant of the Romanov dynasty that ruled Imperial Russia for 300 years. Book includes Introduction, Epilogue, Appendices, Source Notes, Bibliography, Acknowledgments, and Index. Topics covered include The Court of the Double Eagle; The Lost Princess; "That I Have Passed Through'; Who I Am and Who I Pretend to Be"; The Czarina of Charlottesville; and This Is Such a Great Mystery. As part of his exhaustive research, in 1989 the author acquired the largest cache of Romanov memorabilia still in private hands. It consists of documents, letters, paintings, scores of unpublished photographs, many of which taken by members of the Russian imperial family; motion picture film; and more than one hundred hours of audio tapes that are the only existing record of Anastasia telling her life's story in her own words. Above all, James Blair Lovell's revelatory account of the lost princess tells the haunting story of a girl--scarred for life by the brutality of her Bolshevik captors--who grew to adulthood obsessed with trying to maintain her anonymity while seeking affirmation of her true identity. Eminent Romanov historian James Blair Lovell's major work, Anastasia: The Lost Princess, was first published in 1991. When he died, he left behind a vast and important archive of Romanov documents and artifacts. He was also a journalist whose work appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Washington Times. This reads like a detective novel, [and] presents an often shocking portrait totally at odds with the Anastasia legend of stage and screen. The fullest account of the mystery to date. --Publishers Weekly. Condition: Very good / Very good.

Keywords: Anastasia Nikolaevna, Grand Duchess; Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia; Soviet Union, Gleb Botkin, Suzanna de Graaff, Frederick Ernest, Monica Miltitz, Milukoff, Romanov, Xenia, Felix Youssoupov

ISBN: 0895265362

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