The Last Tsar: The Life and Death of Nicholas II is a fascinating book unrevealing the past history of Russia’s last Romanovs dynasty. A popular Russian playwright, Edward Radzinsky has dramatically put an endeavor to depict the Romanovs’ final, poignant days. Radzinsky began with re-creating the personalities and events of Romanov’s days. Putting up a lot of effort in interlacing together letters and royal family diaries scrap into his book has made the book more scientific and effective. ‘The Last Tsar: The Life and Death of Nicholas II’ covers many detailed details regarding Czar Nicholas II and his family.
However I found this book tedious to read as Radzinsky bounces back and forth providing more deep details concerning the prior content, this can result into confusion at times. The Last Tsar book follows the story collected from the hidden royal diaries, letters, testimony of the executioners, anecdotes of friends and successors. As per the collected sources, during the final year of Romanovs, when Nicholas resigned and he along his family were expecting for rescue by tsar’s English cousin, King George, they were dragged around the countryside by Bolshevik guards. Bolshevik’s head Lenin ordered for their execution. And this caused the tragic end of Nicholas II, his family (his wife, 5 children), 3 servants and family doctor.
If you are interested in Tragic histories, The Last Tsar is kind of book that becomes difficult to put down once you start reading it. This book is highly recommended to the history lovers. If you are looking for a detailed breakdown of the collapse of Tsarist Russia, this is a worthy book.
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