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The Story of Tatiana

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In the shadow of the Jungfrau's peak that towers about Interlaken, Switzerland, Tatiana Leontiev carried out her Act. Historian Jacques Baynac recounts the life of this young Russian revolutionary before and after 1906, when she assassinated the man she believed was a Tsarist minister.
Paperback, 255 pages
Published December 31st 1994 by Black & Red
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Apr 16, 2012 Artnoose Noose rated it really liked it
I received this book a couple of years ago as a gift from the publisher/translator. I've only just now gotten around to reading it.

I wasn't going to start reading a new book on my due date because I didn't want to go into labor partway through. I did anyways, and alas, it's a week later, I've finished the book, and still haven't gone into labor.

This is the story of a young woman who attempted to assassinate a Tsarist minister in 1906, and failed. That is to say, she shot the wrong guy. But real
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