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Robert Massie • 38 Items / 21 Articles, 11 Reviews, 6 Books
Nicholas and Alexandra (1967)
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Published Reviews
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    Modern Europe (Review)
    Nicholas and Alexandra, by Robert K. Massie
    1. Nicholas and Alexandra by Robert K. Massie
    The American Historical Review, April 1968, p. 1204
  2. Books
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    Babes in the Wood (Review)
    Nicholas and Alexandra, by Robert K. Massie
    1. Nicholas and Alexandra by Robert K. Massie
    The New Yorker, March 23, 1968, pp. 152-156
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    Books (4 Reviews)
    The Peripatetic Reviewer
    1. To Brooklyn with Love by Gerald Green
    2. Nicholas and Alexandra by Robert K. Massie
    3. Our Crowd by Stephen Birmingham
    4. The Revealing Eye by Nickolas Muray and Paul Gallico
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 1968, pp. 110-113
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    Books in Brief (6 Reviews)
    Leafy Rivers, by Jessamyn West
    1. Leafy Rivers by Jessamyn West
    2. An Exile by Madison Jones
    3. The Camera Always Lies by Hugh Hood
    4. Nicholas and Alexandra by Robert K. Massie
    5. The Goodbye Land by Jose Yglesias
    6. New American Review No. 1 by Theodore Solotaroff
    The Harpers Monthly, October 1967, pp. 115-119
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    Backward History in a Backward Country (9 Reviews)
    The Rise of the Romanovs, by Vasili Klyuchevsky
    1. The Rise of the Romanovs by Vasili Klyuchevsky
    2. Russia in World History by M.N. Pokrovskii
    3. Russia in the Era of Peter the Great by L. Jay Oliva
    4. The Tsars, 1533-1917 by Ronald Hingley
    5. The Tragic Dynasty by John D. Bergamini
    6. The Romanovs by E.M. Almedingen
    7. Years of the Golden Cockerel by Sidney Harcave
    8. The Cossacks by Philip Longworth
    9. Nicholas and Alexandra by Robert K. Massie
    The New York Review of Books, October 7, 1971, pp. 36-39