Manuscript notes or letter (29 Aug. ?); Typescript fragment (n.d.); Bound typescript recollections "Reminiscences of Ten Years' Chaos in Russia", 1916-1928, with photographs (n.d.); Manuscript list of chapter abstracts, historical notes and brief overview of "Reminiscences of Ten Years' Chaos in Russia" (n.d.); Imprint "Communism in Industry" from The Economic League (Central Council) Notes and Comments no. 376 (18 Oct. 1948); Press cutting "Was the assassination of the Czar's family a gigantic hoax?" from The Toronto Telegram (6 Oct. 1970); Photocopied letter from Sir Ronald Preston to Peter Liddle, providing brief details of Bibikova and Preston family histories (n.d.).
Sir Thomas Preston papers
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Administrative / Biographical History
Sir Thomas Preston was Acting British Consul in Ekaterinburg in 1916, and British Consul in Ekaterinburg, Vladivostock and Leningrad between 1918 and 1922.
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The papers were placed in the Collection by Sir Ronald Preston (son)
In Russian and English
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Russia catalogue (hard copy) http://www.leeds.ac.uk/library/spcoll/liddle/index.htm
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