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As the strength of the Russian Empire began to falter during World War One, the seeds of Revolution were sown. Princess Julia Cantacuzene, a granddaughter of Ulysses S. Grant, was married to a...

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Revolutionary Days: Recollections Of Romanoffs And Bolsheviki 1914-1917
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282 pages
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English
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As the strength of the Russian Empire began to falter during World War One, the seeds of Revolution were sown. Princess Julia Cantacuzene, a granddaughter of Ulysses S. Grant, was married to a Russian aristocrat and general, Michael Cantacuzene, and recorded in fascinating detail her experiences of those tumultuous days.

Covering from just before the war broke out in 1914 As the strength of the Russian Empire began to falter during World War One, the seeds of Revolution were sown. Princess Julia Cantacuzene, a granddaughter of Ulysses S. Grant, was married to a Russian aristocrat and general, Michael Cantacuzene, and recorded in fascinating detail her experiences of those tumultuous days.

Covering from just before the war broke out in 1914 and initial setbacks of the Russian army through to the growth of competing factions after the abdication of Nicholas II and the subsequent Bolshevik uprising, it continues until their eventual escape from Russia in 1917. Cantacuzene documented not only the broad changes that were occurring through the Revolution but also their own smaller concerns and experiences, therefore providing an extremely personal view of the Russian Revolution. From Rasputin to Trotsky, Kerensky to the Grand Duke Nicolas Nicolaiovitch, Cantacuzene provides in-depth analysis of all the characters who were instrumental in shaping this monumental moment in history.

Cantacuzene travelled back and forth across the empire, including Petrograd, Kief and the Crimea, in order to evade tumult that was surrounding them, but they never truly escaped and instead they became witnesses to how the revolutionary fervor was affecting different parts of the empire. Revolutionary Days by Princess Cantacuzene is a brilliant first-person account of the Russian Revolution which observes both the Imperial and Bolshevik positions of that time. Julia Dent Grant Cantacuzene Spiransky, Princess Cantacuzene, was an American author and historian.

She was the eldest child of Frederick Dent Grant and his wife Ida Marie Honoré, and the first grandchild of Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th President of the United States. In 1899, she married Prince Mikhail Cantacuzene, a Russian general and diplomat.

Princess Cantacuzene was the author of three first-person accounts of the events leading up to the Russian Revolution in 1917, as well as a personal historian of the Russian people during that time. This book was published in 1919 and she eventually died in America in 1975 at the age of ninety-nine.


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