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Russia -- History -- Nicholas II, 1894-1917

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Georgii Eduardovich Berkhman papers

 Collection
Call Number: MS 935
Overview: Typescript copies of documents relating to the battles between the Russians and Turks in Sarykamysh in Turkey, 1914-1915. Also included is a pamphlet (printed in 1934) with telegrams, letters and other documents relating to Georgii Berkhman's part in the campaign.
Dates: 1914-1934, bulk 1914-1917

Robert K. Massie papers relating to Nicholas and Alexandra

 Collection
Call Number: GEN MSS 775
Overview: The papers are comprised of Robert Massie's original typescript, setting typescript, galley proofs, and page proofs for his book Nicholas and Alexandra (New York: Atheneum, 1967). Also present are some of his research notes, clippings and reviews of the publication, and three letters regarding the placement of these papers. Box 9 contains the original typescript of Massie's earliest version of the work, titled "The Last Days of the Romanovs," dating from 1964.
Dates: 1964-1968

Alexander Ivanovitch Petrunkevitch papers

 Collection
Call Number: MS 394
Overview: The papers consist primarily of Alexander Petrunkevitch's personal correspondence and contain numerous letters from his father Ivan Il'ich Petrunkevitch and stepmother Anastasia Petrunkevitch. These letters include discussions of the Russian political climate (1900-1919) and focus on Ivan Petrunkevitch's work with the Constitutional Democratic (Kadety) Party. Other correspondents include officials of Russian-American societies. The papers also encompass Alexander Petrunkevitch's writings on the...
Dates: 1886-1964

Romanov collection

 Collection
Call Number: GEN MSS 313
Overview: The collection consists of letters, photographs, artwork, and autographs by or pertaining to the imperial family. Most of the correspondence is from members of the Russian imperial family to their friends Anna Vyrubova and Lili Dehn, and chiefly concerns details of everyday existence in captivity at T︠S︡arskoe Selo (T︠S︡arskoselʹskiĭ dvoret︠s︡), Tobol'sk, and Ekaterinburg, and news about mutual friends, with little specific reference to historical events. There are also a few letters to the...
Dates: 1894-1935, bulk 1907-1918