RUSSIA: Intense Seclusion

At Budapest, Prince Galitzin, onetime member of the State Council of Russia, has just published his memoirs of the Russian revolution. He asserts that "the Tsar Nicholas and certain members of his immediate family are still alive" and are dwelling in "intense seclusion" at "a place which must naturally remain nameless."

Hungarian reviewers noted that Prince Galitzin has seen fit to adduce no evidence whatever in support of his assertions. They evinced surprise that he should have troubled to repeat a rumor that has long fallen upon deaf ears.


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