THE EMPRESS AND THE ENGLISH DOCTOR: How Catherine the Great Defied a Deadly Virus
As smallpox ravaged her empire and threatened her court, Catherine the Great took the momentous decision to summon the Quaker physician Thomas Dimsdale to St. Petersburg to carry out a secret mission that would transform both their lives. Photos.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 1964984
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