The autobiography of the man who killed Rasputin. Prince Felix Youssoupoff was married to a niece of Tsar Nicholas II. More than any other single event, the assassination of Rasputin helped to bring about the cataclysmic upheaval that ended in the advent of the Soviet regime.
|Publisher:||Turtle Point Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.74(d)|
About the Author
In 1919, the Youssoupoffs left Russia. They sold two Rembrandt paintings (now in the national Gallery in Washington) as well as Princess Irina's jewelry. Contesting their portrayal in an MGM film and a CBS television drama both dealing with Rasputin, they subsequently won large libel settlements in 1934 and 1965.