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1918. Illustrated. A fictionalized account of Czarina Alexandra written by Count Paul Vassili, the nom de plume of Princess Catherine Radziwill, whose personal life makes for interesting reading of its own. Her Highness, Princess Catherine Radziwill, her connections with the courts of Russia, Poland and Germany, as well as her modish clothes and dazzling jewelry allowed her entry into the highest levels of society and of whose exploits she was happy to recount under the guise of Count Paul Vassili. She also wrote Berlin and Behind the Veil of the Russian Court where her writing style lives up to her reputation as being a sharp-tongued intrigante.