Last Days of the Romanovs

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Last Days of the Romanovs is a book written by Robert Wilton who was The Times' correspondent in Russia during the years leading up to the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. During this period Nicholas II and his family, the Romanovs, were taken to Ekaterinburg, held prisoner and murdered. Robert Wilton was part of the investigation of this regicide and was in a position to give an informed account.

Wilton provides at the end of his book the names and nationalities of those responsible for the deaths of the Romanovs and reveals most of the murders were not Russians but instead were Jews.

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