The book is written as a novel, while at the same time it offers an abundance of quotes from primary sources, such as diaries, letters, memoirs, testimonies, and depositions. The story, therefore, unfolds in front of the reader in a most lively and vibrant style.
The book offers previously unpublished texts in English, such as excerpts from the testimonies of the Novo-Tikhvin nuns, who were taking provisions to the Imperial Family at the Ipatiev house, and from the testimonies of Ipatiev guards.
The book brings to light a multitude of unknown and unrevealed facts, which evince that many truths remain silenced or distorted to this day. Such are:
• The events of the 1905 revolution and Bloody Sunday.
• Russia’s and Tsar Nicholas’ involvement in WW1.
• The plots and conspiracies to overthrow Tsar Nicholas from his throne.
• The myth of the “Bread Revolution” and the truth about the February 1917 coup.
The most accurate account of the murder of the Romanovs ever presented in a book. No fictional additions. The information used in The Chapter of Blood draws exclusively from the memoirs and depositions of the murderers and the guards, as well as from the official forensic investigations and studies of the remains. The chapter also includes unpublished material relating to the family’s imprisonment in Ekaterinburg.
PERIOD OF SEPARATION OF THE FAMILY
IN TOBOLSK & YEKATERINBURG
Tobolsk 12/25 April 1918
My dear and sweet beloved Papa,
I hope that You will arrive soon. I have tried to eat a lot and heal quickly. How good it is you travel with our good soldiers. That God may keep you. I hug you strongly and make the sign of the cross upon you. I pray for You. I hope that Gracious God keeps and watches over you. We will all be in each others arms everything and all.
TESTIMONIES, DIARIES, MEMOIRS
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