RUSSIA: Imperial Russia*

In America the Macmillan Co. published last week a book by one Mme. Anna Viroubova dealing with her twelve years at the Imperial Russian Court, her experiences under the Kerensky regime and under the Bolshevik autocracy. There can be no doubt but that this authoritative book is of historical importance.

It is not the genre of book that will be generally popular with the Russian emigres, scattered among the nations of the world, outcasts of Soviet Russia.

Most particularly does it deal with the confidence that the Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna shared with the...

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