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Book By Author:  Delin Colon

Rasputin: the Memoirs of his Secretary
 Rasputin: the Memoirs of his Secretary
 Available and annotated for the first time in English, Aron Simanovitchís memoirs offer an intimate view of Rasputin through the eyes of his dear friend and secretary. Simanovitch reveals Rasputinís progressive ideas for social and economic reform that outraged the nobility. In the process, he paints a Peyton Place image of early twentieth century Petersburg society, with its gossip, plots and intrigue. But more importantly, his revelations about Rasputinís humanitarianism lend a three-dimensional view to this controversial figure of Russian history.
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Author:  Delin Colon