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King, Kaiser, Tsar by Catrine Clay
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Apr 08, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: history
Read from May 17 to 28, 2012

this was a great book.....it was non fiction, so there was lots of information and facts...and I learned a lot about the history of Eurasia leading up to WWI. However, as there were letters and anecdotes from the family members, it made it an enjoyable story. Once you get the Alexanders, Alexandras, Georges, Alberts and Nicholases straight....it's definitely worth the read.

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05/18/2012 page 9
05/22/2012 page 48
13.37% "this is very interesting but slow going..I have to keep flipping back to the family trees. All the Alexandras, Georges, Alberts, Victorias, Vickys, Berties...AAAAHHH. Queen Victoria had many children and grandchildren and insisting derivatives of Albert and Victoria were in every name was a little egotistical but now it's FRUSTRATINGLY CONFUSING!"
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