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Title -  Rasputin, Spiritual Advisor to Czar of Russia


Description -  Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin (January 1869 - December 1916) was a Russian mystic who is perceived as having influenced the latter days of the Russian Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra, and their only son Alexei. Rasputin had often been called the "Mad Monk", while others considered him a "strannik" (or religious pilgrim) and even a starets ("elder", a title usually reserved for monk-confessors), believing him to be a psychic and faith healer.  It has been argued that Rasputin helped to discredit the tsarist government, leading to the fall of the Romanov dynasty, in 1917.


Description Source -  Library of Congress (for identity)


Year -  Unknown

Gregori Rasputin, Spiritual Advisor to Czar Nicholas II of Russia

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