Mathilde Kschessinska (1872-1971) was the mistress of three Russian Grand Dukes and the greatest ballerina of her generation. She is in almost every book about the Romanovs, but so many myths surround her that she has become the stuff of legend. After her own memoirs, this title aims to reveal the real story by looking at what she did not say.Über den Autor:
Coryne Hall was trained in classical ballet and is a regular contributor to Royalty Digest and European Royal History Journal. She is the author, with John Van Der KIste, of 'Once a Grand Duchess', 'Xenia, Nicholas II's Sister (Sutton 2002) and of 'Little Mother of Russia', 'A Biography of Empress Maria Feodorovna'.
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