Talk:Pyotr Nikolayevich Wrangel

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For those who might be interested, I met a Historian-Writer-Researcher in Moscow a couple of years ago who recently published a biographical book on Pyotr Nicolayevitch, General Wrangel, who became Commander-in-Chief of the White Russian Armies toward the end of the Bolchevic revolution.

His book is titled (in Russian), Генерал П. Н. Врангель. Последний рыцарь Российской империи it means General P.N.Wrangel. Last Knight of Russian Empire thats it: http://www.books.ru/shop/books/263350

ISBN 5-9524-0490-1

It is hard to imagine you would find it on Amazon.com or Barnes&Noble. You would have to get in touch with the main bookstores in Moscow. In any case, I have relatives and friends in Moscow who are able to obtain a copy of the book.

I would be interested in finding a copy of the book, as I am his great-grandson by his youngest daughter Natalie (my grandmother). Assuming any are interested there is a biography of my great-grandfather that is available in English that was written by my great-uncle Alexis. It is entitled General Wrangel, Russia's White Crusader and can be found and purchased on Amazon, along with my great-grandfather's memoirs.—Preceding unsigned comment added by 66.210.224.178 (talkcontribs)

This article does not mention him working with Ahmet Zogu and the Triumph of Legality in Albania in 1925. ChilternGiant (talk) 23:12, 15 April 2012 (UTC)