Please note: The text of this book is in French.
Subtitled: D'apres des documents nouveaux et engrande partie inedits puises aux archives des affaires etrangeres de Paris aux archives secretes de Berlin et de Vienne at dans divers autre depots ainsi que dans les publication Russes et etrangeres les plus recentes.
The last of the Romanovs, Elizabeth I, imperator of Russia, 1741-1762, according to new and largely unpublished documents from the archives of the Foreign Affairs of Paris, the secret archives of Berlin and Vienna and in various other deposits, as well as in the most recent Russian and foreign publications. 1912 edition.
Kazimierz Klemens Waliszewski (1849–1935) was a Polish author of history, who studied in Warsaw and Paris, and wrote primarily about Russian history. Waliszewski wrote a detailed, scholarly works covering nearly three centuries of Russian history: from Ivan the Terrible to the end of the nineteenth century. He began research in 1870, and devoted over thirty years of work in libraries and archives in Paris, London, Berlin, Vienna, and Saint Petersburg.
There is rubbing to the top of the front and back covers and down the spine. There is bumping to the corners of the covers. There is mild foxing to the front and rear free end papers. The ends of the pages are slightly tanned. Otherwise, internally, the pages are clean and the binding is firm.