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Transcript of Rasputin
22 January 1869
Pokrovskoye, Siberia, Russian Empire Died-
29 December 1916 (aged 47)
Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire
Cause of Death-
Homicide Early life-
He had two known siblings, a sister called Maria and an older brother named Dmitri. His sister Maria, said to have been epileptic, drowned in a river. One day, when Rasputin was playing with his brother, Dmitri fell into a pond and Rasputin jumped in to save him. They were both pulled out of the water by a passerby but Dmitri eventually died of pneumonia. Both fatalities affected Rasputin and he subsequently named two of his children Maria and Dmitri. Healer to Alexei-
Rasputin was wandering as a pilgrim in Siberia when he heard reports of Tsarevich Alexei's illness. It was not publicly known in 1904 that Alexei had haemophilia, a disease that was widespread among European royalty descended from the British Queen Victoria, who was Alexei's great grandmother. Controversy- Rasputin soon became a controversial figure, becoming involved in a paradigm of sharp political struggle involving monarchist, anti-monarchist, revolutionary and other political forces and interests. CONTROVERSY The Man Who Killed Rasputin Rasputin was killed by Russian nobles first they put poisoned in his wine when that didn't kill him they shoot him, then they nobals left came back Rasputin still alive and standing then they open fire on him hit three more times some number of geting shot and hit four times aftere that still alive, so they beat him and thew him in the river and drowed. The killing of Rasputin has been a closed case for almost a century and is one of the most notorious murder stories in modern history.
Wh Who was Rasputin?
He was a monk that was brought to assist Tsar Nicholas II's son, Alexei the son of the Tsar had hemophilia, and Rasputin was said to have mystical powers that could cure the young boy's disease.
Before and after being appointed to his position, Rasputin was rumoured to having an elaborate sex life he was reported to having held orgies, and pictures were often taken of him surrounded by many women. Rasputin married at age 19, to Proskovia Fyodorovna, who bore him four children.