Books: Death at Ekaterinburg

THE MURDER OF THE ROMANOVS—Paul Bulygin—McBride ($3).

Though all the world knows that the late Tsar Nicholas II of All the Russias and his family were shot to death in a cellar in Ekaterinburg, few U. S. readers have heard the whole story. Though The Murder of the Romanovs embodies two strictly partisan points of view—its co-authors are Alexander Kerensky and Paul Bulygin, a onetime captain of the Imperial Life Guards—even Bolsheviks would probably admit that the main facts of the story are true.* Less because some of the details are gruesome...

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