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Century after the murder of the Romanovs

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ST. PETERSBURG – This week is a century ago that the last tsar of Russia, Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra, their 13-year-old son and heir to the throne, Alexei, along with their four daughters (Olga, Tanja, Maria, Anastasia) by the bolsheviks in the Oeralstad of Yekaterinburg were murdered.

The Romanovs pose in 1913. Five years later, they are executed. The girls survived the first volley of bullets by the jewels in their corsets were sewn.

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