December 30, 1916: Killed, Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin. According to his assassins, Rasputin had been poisoned, shot, and clubbed before being thrown into the Nevka River. The murderers' accounts are not considered particularly accurate. Here, Rasputin is shown in 1914, recovering in the hospital from an earlier assassination attempt.

December 30, 1916: Killed, Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin. According to his assassins, Rasputin had been poisoned, shot, and clubbed before being thrown into the Nevka River. The murderers' accounts are not considered particularly accurate. Here, Rasputin is shown in 1914, recovering in the hospital from an earlier assassination attempt.

Rasputin surrounded by adoring female admirers shortly before his assassination in 1916.

Rasputin surrounded by adoring female admirers shortly before his assassination in 1916.

He was poisoned, shot, beaten and thrown into a river under the orders of Russian nobles fearful of his influence over the Tsar

Rasputin as you've never seen him before!

He was poisoned, shot, beaten and thrown into a river under the orders of Russian nobles fearful of his influence over the Tsar

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Rasputin is infamous for the hold he had over the early century leadership of Russia and is believed to be part of their downfall in 1916

Rasputin as you've never seen him before!

Rasputin is infamous for the hold he had over the early century leadership of Russia and is believed to be part of their downfall in 1916

Grigori Rasputin | Григорий Распутин | Olga | Flickr

Grigori Rasputin | Григорий Распутин | Olga | Flickr

“Grigoriy Rasputin (on the far right) photographed alongside two Orthodox clergyman, mid-1900s. ”

“Grigoriy Rasputin (on the far right) photographed alongside two Orthodox clergyman, mid-1900s. ”

NICHOLAS ROMANOV BECOMES THE 18TH ROMANOV CZAR OF RUSSIA AND MARRIES (became the 18th Romanov Czar of Russia at 26, immediately took as his czarina Alexandra, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England, was a better husband than a monarch, had no grasp of the vast unrest that led to the Russian Revolution, also became the last Romanov Czar of Russia after his and his family's executions)

Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna

NICHOLAS ROMANOV BECOMES THE 18TH ROMANOV CZAR OF RUSSIA AND MARRIES (became the 18th Romanov Czar of Russia at 26, immediately took as his czarina Alexandra, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England, was a better husband than a monarch, had no grasp of the vast unrest that led to the Russian Revolution, also became the last Romanov Czar of Russia after his and his family's executions)

Villains Mythos – “Rasputin” Art Print by Florian Bertmer  (Onsale Info)

Villains Mythos – “Rasputin” Art Print by Florian Bertmer (Onsale Info)

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