Убийство царской семьи (The murder of the Russian royal family). Н. А. Соколов (N.A. Sokolov). Nikolai Sokolov (1882-1924) was an investigator of important cases for the Omsk district court and was appointed in 1919 by Alexander Kolchak as lead investigator in the case of the murder of the Royal Family. Sokolov collected physical evidence and interviewed hundreds of witnesses. He collected evidence as the White Army retreated from Yekaterinburg to Harbin. In 1920 he emigrated to France, and published part of his findings there. In 1924 he was found dead in his garden. The full book was published posthumously in 1925. This is a rare Russian emigre first printing.
Publisher: ARGENTINA: Buenos Aires, 1969. 300 pages. IN RUSSIAN. Original publisher's wrappers (paper bound). Illustrated. Well-preserved, white mark on first page.1 copy only.