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Robert K. Massie

Robert K. Massie was born in 1929 in Lexington, Kentucky, USA as Robert Kinloch Massie. He is a writer, known for Nicholas and Alexandra (1971), Peter the Great (1986) and History's Mysteries (1998). He has been married to Deborah L. Karl since 1992. They have one child. He was previously married to Suzanne Rohrbach. See full bio »

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Peter the Great
History's Mysteries
History's Mysteries Himself - Romanov Historian
The Century
The Century Himself (segment "The Great War")


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 1986 Peter the Great (TV Mini-Series) (book - 4 episodes)
- Part IV (1986) ... (book)
- Episode #1.3 (1986) ... (book)
- Pt II (1986) ... (book)
- Episode #1.1 (1986) ... (book)
 1971 Nicholas and Alexandra (book)
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 2012 Charlie Rose (TV Series)
Himself - Guest
- Episode dated 2 January 2012 (2012) ... Himself - Guest
 2006 History's Mysteries (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Romanov Historian
- The True Story of Rasputin (2006) ... Himself - Romanov Historian
 1999 The Century (TV Mini-Series documentary)
Himself (segment "The Great War")
- No Man's Land (1999) ... Himself (segment "The Great War")

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Novel: "Nicholas and Alexandra" (filmed as Nicholas and Alexandra (1971)) See more »

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One of the things that really bothers me is that Americans don't have any sense of history. The majority of Americans don't have any idea of where we've come from, so they naturally succumb to the kind of cliche version that Ronald Reagan represented.


Winner of the Pulitzer Prize in biography: Peter the Great: His Life and World. See more »

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