Russian History: Romanovs, Stalin, Lenin, Rasputin, Putin
The Romanov’s ruled Russia from 1613 till 1917, for five generations. They were the last Imperial Dynasty to rule Russia. It was during their reign that Russia became a significant power in Europe. The Romanovs were one of the few noble families.
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Tsar Nicholas II headed the Romanov family, he inherited the throne in 1894. He was married to Alexandria Fyodorovna of Hesse, who was from Germany. They had five children in the course of their marriage, Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Alexei and Anastasia, who Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones mentioned in their song “Sympathy for the Devil.”
By 1917 the Russian government was riddled with conflicts arising from wars and a poorly ran government. In 1914 the Romanov family was not extremely popular, after the start of WWI Alexandra came under heavy criticism for her German heritage.The politics and economics of the time caused the Russian populace to become disenfranchised with the family. In 1915 Nicholas had assumed personal control of the Russian military forces. When Nicholas had headed to military headquarters on the front lines of the war, Tsarina Alexandra took over the rule of Russia.
Alexandra had come to take advise from a “Faith Healer” and a famed Russian occultist of the time, (Grigori Rasputin.)
Grigori Rasputin pictured below:
With Rasputin as an advisor, Alexandra became rather paranoid, in a period of just 16 months Russia went through four Prime Ministers. Rasputin was killed in December 1916 by opponents. After his murder Alexandra tightened her grip on authority.
Nicholas II did not win in decisive battles on the front and Russia’s war effort lost momentum. The winter of 1916/1917 was severe and the railways ground to a halt, with the lack of transportation of food or fuel. Soldiers, workers and peasants were left to suffer. Nicholas II grew increasingly weaker, and at the same time Vladimir Lenin “Vladimir Ilich Ulyanovborn” rose to be most powerful figure in Russia. Lenin had a vision for Russia’s future, the assassination of Lenin’s older brother Alexander in 1887 for involvement in a plot to assassinate the tsar effected him deeply.
There has been discussion about a possible link between Vladimar Putin and Grigori Rasputin. Altought the ancestory of Vladimar Putin is largely a mystery, with no records surviving of any ancestors with the last name Putin beyond his grandfather Spiridon Ivanovich, there is an interesting fact about his grandfather.
All Putins came from the clan of Putins from the Tver region. Often in Russia illegitimate offsprings of noble families have names that were cut. A example would be Russian writer Pnin who was the illegitimate son of Field Marshal Repnin. Other examples would be Betskoy instead of Trubetskoy, Gribov instead of Griboyedov, so forth. So it would seem plausible that Putin could be the illegitimate offspring of a Tver prince.
The family book of the Tver region does mention the name of Putyanin, who were a clan of Russian princes. This clan which was one of the oldest clans in Russia gave to Russia many military leaders, artist, politicians, and priest. If Putin is a descendant of this clan then Vladimir Putin is related to all the Royal families of Europe.
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The Russian revolution took place in 1917 at the end of WWI. This brought the end of the Russian Empire, and the USSR was born as was the first Communist state of the World. There were two separate coups that the revolution brought, one in February the other in October. The new government was formed in 1920 after this revolution, it was formed after three years of civil war and was led by Vladimir Lenin.
The Romonov family was murdered in Ekaterinburg on 07/17/1918. After the civil was the family was sent to Tolbolsk in Siberia, They soon after were placed placed under house arrest and were kept on the outskirts of St. Petersburg. They were finally sentt to Ekaterinburg which is where they were executed after the decision was made by the Bolsheviks. On the night of the 17th the family was told there was trouble in Ekaterinburg and were led along with their three servants to the basement of the house that they were staying in. There they were shot by a group of twelve soldiers.
Rumors spread that Anastasia had escaped execution with a stash of the royal families jewels that were sewn into her clothes. She was 17 at the time of her alledged murder.
The Romanovs, pictured below in 1911:
The rumors of Anastasia were further fueled for the bodies of the family went missing. There were at least five imposters that came forth and claimed to be the Grand Duchess Anastasia. In 1991 the grave site of the Romaov family was discovered near Yekaterinburg. yet only nine bodies were discovered. In 2007 another discovery of two additional bodies was found and it was reported that the remains were that of a boy who was between 10-13 years old and a girl who was between 18-23 years old.