6 edition of Prince Felix Yusupov found in the catalog.
Prince Felix Yusupov
Includes bibliographical references (p. 200-201) and index.
|LC Classifications||DK254.I7 D63 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 208 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||90129911|
The family met a better fate than the Romanovs: Prince Felix Yusupov II, who married Nicholas II’s niece, Irina Aleksandrovna Romanova, avoided Occupation: Style And Interiors Writer. Prince Felix Felixovich Yusupov, Count Sumarokov-Elston (Russian: Фéликс Фéликсович Юсýпов, граф Сумароков-Эльстон; Ma , Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire – Septem , Paris, France), was best known for helping in the murder of Grigori in was the faith healer who was said to have influenced Tsar Nicholas II and Born: 23 March
The Russian “Orthodox” Church was supportive of him either of its own initiative, as we have seen in this Prince Yusupov's account, or because it passively obeyed the orders of the Czar and Czarina, who blindly favored the corrupt monk to the end. Prince Felix Yusupov is alleged to have ended up with a fortune larger than that of the Czar. He had no less than 57 palaces. In he gave over a part of the mansion to the soldiers wounded in World War I. He died in Paris in after going into exile and left in a book he wrote and in his memoirs his account of how Rasputin met his end.
Prince Felix Yousssoupoff is best known as one of the murderers of Gregory Rasputin just before the Russian Revolution. He was a member of one of Russia's most aristocratic families, and in this memoir, originally published in the s, he gives us a glimpse of life for a nobleman in pre-Revolutionary Russia/5(22). Felix Yusupov, the richest man of his time, golden boy of the Russian aristocracy, did much to become famous. But in the history he is known as Grigory Rasputin’s murderer. Felix was born on Ma in St. Petersburg, Russian Empire.
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Prince Felix Yusupov: The man who murdered Rasputin Hardcover – January 1, by Christopher Dobson (Author)/5(23). Prince Felix Yousssoupoff is best known as one of the murderers of Gregory Rasputin just before the Russian Revolution.
He was a member of one of Russia's most aristocratic families, and in this memoir, originally published in the s, he gives us a glimpse of life for a /5(16). Prince Felix Yusupov Interesting book, a little boring at times Prince Felix seem to be a man before his time.
He should have lived his true self. Marlene Hessdorfer rated it really liked it Very interesting with lots of detail of life in Imperial Russia and the lives of the emigres in Europe after the revolution/5. Prince Yusupov has a Tartar ethnic background on his mother's side, but the Yusupov noble family had been Russian Orthodox for generations before Prince Felix was born.
This dates back to "the 15th century [when] Khan Yusuf became the head of the Nogai Horde. Inthe fabulously wealthy, Oxford-educated Prince Felix Yusupov was one of several Russian aristocrats agonizing over the unseemly Author: Duncan Fyfe.
Left: Count Felix Yussupov with his wife, Irina Alexandrovna, in This is the history of my family, set against a background of oriental savagery and magnificence, starting with the Golden Horde of the Tartars, through the Grand Duchy of Moscow to the Imperial Court of St.
Petersburg, and ending in exile in a foreign land. Born in Moika Palace inYusupov was the son of Count Felix Sumarokov-Elston.
His mother was Princess Zenaida Yusupova and the count had taken on the family name so that the Yusupov titles Author: Troy Lennon. First published inthis is the memoir of Prince Felix Youssoupoff.
Married to a niece of the Tsar, he killed the powerful monk Rasputin with the aid of his cousin-by-marriage, Grand Duke Dimitri, because they felt Rasputin's reputation was becoming a danger to the Romanoff dynasty/5(21). InPrince Felix and his wife gave an interview to French television.
It was in the promotion of a new film on the events of 16/17 December - 'J'ai tué Raspoutine' ('I Killed Rasputin') - a film which the couple say is the first true account of the events which took place.
In this extraordinary memoir Prince Felix Felixovich Yusupov recounts the early, heady days of the 20th century and his plot to kill the 'mad monk' Rasputin in gruesome, thrilling prose.
After a glamorous life in England, partying with the rich and famous at Oxford and London he eventually returned. Lost Splendor: The Amazing Memoirs of the Man Who Killed Rasputin by Prince Felix Yusupov () The Murder Of Rasputin: The Truth About Prince Felix Youssoupov And The Mad Monk Who Helped Bring Down The Romanovs by Greg King () FAMILY.
Rasputin’s Daughter by Robert Alexander () FICTION. THE ROMANOV FAMILY. Diaries and Letters - Prince Felix Yussupov Prince Felix Yussupov Felix was the second of two sons born to Princess Zinaida Yussupova and her husband Count Elston-Sumarokoff.
This powerful biography tells the compelling story of Prince Felix Yusupov — the man who murdered Rasputin. In pre-revolutionary Russia, Grigori Rasputin’s influence over Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra meant he was effectively ruling the country. In a time of great unrest in Russia, his controversial involvement with the imperial /5(45).
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Buy a cheap copy of Mes Souvenirs book by Prince Felix Yusupov. The fascinating first-person account of the cross-dressing prince who poisoned Rasputin with rose cream cakes laced with cyanide and spiked Madeira is now back in Free shipping over $ - Buy Prince Felix Yusupov: The Man Who Murdered Rasputin book online at best prices in India on Read Prince Felix Yusupov: The Man Who Murdered Rasputin book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: (2) Felix Yusupov wrote about his views on the Russo-Japanese War in his autobiography published in The war with Japan, one of the most terrible blunders made during the reign of Nicholas II, had disastrous consequences and marked the beginning of our misfortunes.
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Author: Felix Yusupov ISBN: All give testimony to the splendour of this family. The paintings and art objects collected by the family are now mostly in the Hermitage. As for Prince Felix Yusupov, he was arrested and exiled to Paris, where he lived until his death in The Yusupov Palace Naberejnaia Reki Moyki 94 Saint Petersburg +7 98 v.InPrince Feliks Yusupov and his wife Irina had successfully sued the Hollywood film studio MGM for invasion of privacy and libel in connection with the character based on Felix's wife Irina, who was portrayed as having been raped by Grigory Rasputin.
The Yusupovs were awar British Pounds damages by the English court, setting a.