Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, August 1914, Chapters Circa 74

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This video traverses Solzhenitsyn’s evaluation of Tsar Nicholas II, the tsar at the onset of WWI and the tsar who acquiesced in the cover up of Stolypin’s assassination. The tsar, while a good man, was not really fit to rule. This section could be seen as a treatment of Russia under Nicholas as well.

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