Hidden Treasures of the Romanovs: Saving the Royal Jewels
This title reveals for the first time the story of Albert Henry Stopford, Edwardian man-about-town, dealer in object d'arts and a regular guest at the Romanov dinner tables. In the terrible turmoil of the Russian Revolution, he risked his life rescuing Romanov jewels from the Vladimir Palace.
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CHAPTER TWO Titchmarsh 10
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