NEW EDITION! High gloss stock. Daily journal-diary entries by Nicholas II as Tsarevich in 1896 and then as Emperor, upon the death of his father, Alexander III in late 1894 until the end of 1896. Each year is complete with 365 entries each. Personal notes of Nicholas's fears, joys, and passion characterize the extreme emotion of the young Tsar, who found psychological support in his German wife, and became dependent on her daily nearness. Archival photographs in clear, crisp photographic reproduction.
Translated, Edited, and Annotated by Stephen R. de Angelis