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4. Rodzyanko, Rasputin, p 259

5. Ibid, p 260

6. Sandro to his brother Bimbo, February 14, 1917, cited Maylunas/Mironenko, p 530

7. AF to N, February 22, 1917, cited Maylunas/Mironenko, p 536

8. N to AF, February 23, 1917, ibid, 537

9. MA’s diary, February 25, 1917

10. Buranov/Khrustalev. Doc. 7, p 34

11. MA’s diary, February 26, 1917

12. Okhrana report, February 24, 1917, Steinberg/Khrustalev, Doc 9, pp 36-7

13. Rodzyanko to N, February 26, 1917, ibid, Doc 11, p 40

14. Pares, p 443

15. Knox, p 516

16. Pares, p. 444

17. MA’s diary, February 27, 1917

18. AF to N, February 26, 1917, GARF 601/115

19. N to AF, February 26, 1917, GARF 601/115

20. Ibid, February 26,7, 1917

21. Belyaev to N, Febuary 27, 1917, cited Steinberg/Khrustalev, Doc 9, p 81

22. Pares, p 441, Buranov/Khrustalev, 15, p 42

23. Shulgin, Dni, p 178-9

24. Ibid, p 171

25. Matveev’s diary, February 27, 1917

26. MA’ diary, February 27, 1917

27. Pares, p 451

28. MA’s diary, February 27, 1917

29. Rodzyanko, cited Buranov/Khrustalev, 17, p 42

30. Ibid

31. Milyukov, Vospominaniya, Vol II, p 275

32. MA to General Alekseev, Buranov/Khrustalev, 72, p 86-7

33. Ibid

34. Ibid

35. MA’s diary, February 27, 1917

36. N to Prince Golitsin, February 27, 1917, GARF 601/2089

37. MA’s diary, February 27, 1917

38. Ibid

39. Ibid

40. Poutiatine

11. Address Unknown

1. Karkov, p 310

2. Nz’s diary, February 28, 1917, cited Maylunas/Mironenko, p 541

3. Gen. Alekseev to Pskov,,February 27, 1917, Buronov/Khrustalev, 70, p 85

4. Ibid, February 28,1917, 73, p 89

5. N to AF, telegram, February 28, 1917, GARF 640/108

6. Pares, p 456

7. Dehn, p172

8. Benckendorff, pp 2-3

9. Ibid, pp 14-15

10. Buxhoeveden, p 255

11. Dehn, p 156

12. Katkov, p 312

13. Pares, p 459

14. N’s diary, March 1,1917 cited Maylunas/Mironenko, p 541

15. Vyrubova, p 209, Bykov, p 32

16. Nabokov, p 45-6

17. Shulgin, pp 170-1

18. Ibid, 189-91, Pares, p 454

19. Kerensky, Catastrophe, pp 36-7

20. Ibid, p 21

21. Nabokov, p 43

22. MA’s diary, February 28, 1917

23. Izvestia, No 3 March 1, 1917, BuranovKhrustalev Doc 31, p 52

24. Paléologue, March 13, 1917, Vol III, pp 229-30

25. Kschessinska, p 164

26. Buchanan, Meriel, p 168

27. MA’s diary, February 28, 1917

28. Poutiatine

29. Matveev’s Diary, March 1, 1917

30. MA to NS, February 28, 1917, GARF 622/22

31. Grand Duke’s manifesto, March 1, 1917, GARF 5881/36732.

32. AF to N, March 2, 1917, Steinberg/Khrustalev, Doc 24, p 94

33. MA to NS, March 1, 1917, GARF 622/22

34. Buchanan to Foreign Office, London, March 14, 1917, PRO/FO 371/2459

35. Buchanan, Vol II, p 68

36. Kerensky, Murder, p 88

37. Paléologue, March 3/22, 1917 Vol III, p 259

38. Polovtsov, pp 151-2

39. Cyril, p 209

40. Grand Duke Paul to Kirill, March 2, 1917, Paley, pp 55-6

41. Kirill to Paul, ibid, p 56

42. Gen. Dubensky, cited Lincoln p 337

43. Shulgin, p 269

44. BuranovKhrustalev Doc 89, p 102

45. Rodzyanko to Ruzsky, March 2, 1917, ibid, Doc 78, pp 92-3

12. Poisoning the Chalice

1. Alekseev to Pskov, March 2, 1917, Buranov/Khrustalev, Doc 79, p 94

2. Alekseev to army commanders, March 2, 1917, ibid Doc 80, p 94

3. Ruzsky, cited Lincoln, p 340

4. Grand Duchess George, Memoirs, p 182

5. Alekseev to N, March 2, 1917, GARF 601/2100, cited Steinberg/Khrustalev, Doc 20, pp 89-90

6. Lincoln, p 341

7. N to Rodzyanko, March 2, 1917, Buranov/Khrustalev, Doc 86a, p 98

8. Ruzsky, cited ibid, Doc 89, p 103

9. Ibid

10. Lincoln, p 341

11. George V’s diary, March 15, 1917, RA

12. MA’s diary, March 1, 1917

13. Alexander, p 168, Chavchavadze p 173

14. Paléologue, Vol III, mutiny 2nd Brigade, September 1, 1916, p 17; Petrograd mutiny, October 16, November 9, 1916, pp 74-5, p 83

15. Sukhanov, p 116

16. Ibid, pp 120-2; Milyukov, p 34

17. Sukhanov, p 122

18. Ibid, pp 153-4

19. Ibid, pp 154

20. Ibid, p 155

13. ‘A Father’s Feelings’

1. Shulgin, pp 238-9

2. Ibid, pp 266-7

3. Ibid

4. Ibid

5. Guchkov, GARF 601/2099. cited Steinberg/Khrustalev, Doc 25, p 97

6. Nicholas, ibid

7. Mossolov, p 124; Benckendorff, p 46

8. Gen Boldyrev, p 198

9. Protocol of talks, Steinberg/Khrustalev, Doc 25, p 97

10. Katkov, p 343

11. Gen. Dubensky, cited Lincoln, p 344

12. N’s diary, March 2, 1917; Pipes p 469

13. Milyukov, Revolution, p 36

14. Ibid, p 37

15. Kerensky, p 214

16. Ibid

17. Kerensky, Catastrophe, p 67

18. Rodzyanko to Ruzsky, March 3, 1917, Buranov/Khrustalev, Doc 95, 110-11

19. Alekseev to army commanders, March 3, 1917, ibid, Doc 97, pp 112-3

20. Matveev’s diary, March 3, 1917

14. Emperor Michael

1. Melgunov, p 230

2. Marie, p 230

3. Cantacuzène, p 122

4. Almedingen, p 195

5. Ibid

6. Shulgin, Dni, pp 263-4

7. Ibid, p 265; Bykov p 27

8. Ibid, pp 266-9

9. Nabokov, p 46

10. Matveev’s Diary, March 3, 1917

11. Paley, p 59

12. Ibid, p 61

13. Kerensky, Catastrophe, p 68

14. Majolier, p 99

15. Matveev’s diary, Wednesday, March 1, 1917

16. Poutiatine

17. Kerensky, Catastrophe, p 69

18. Shulgin, Dni, p 277

19. Matveev’s diary. March 3, 1917

20. Kerensky, Catastrophe, p 59

15. Playing for Time

1. N’s diary, March 2, 1917, GARF 601/265, cited Steinberg/Khrustalev. Doc 30, p 107

2. Nabokov, p 49

3. Kerensky, Memoirs, p 207

4. Shulgin, Dni, p 272

5. Ibid, p 274

6. Rodzyanko, Archiv russkoi revolyutsii, p 61

7. Milyukov, Revolution, p 38