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    Rasputin Hemophilia

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    a mystic and faith healer. Two years later he was introduced to Russian Czar Nicholas II and his wife Alexandra Feodorovna, They were seeking help for their sick son, Alexis. Rasputin gained their confidence by "curing" the boy of hemophilia. This action won him the support of Alexandra. As Russia entered World War I Rasputin predicted that the country would fall. Nicholas II took command of the Russian Army in 1915. Alexandra was always Rasputin's defender, she refused ministers who were said to

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    Rasputin Essay

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    Rasputin Rasputin had a significant impact on the royal family as well as Russia during the reign of Czar Nicholas II. Rasputin was a staret that worked his way into the royal family. The influence of Rasputin on Alexis, the heir to the throne, gave him great power. The power given to Rasputin had a notable impact among the Russian people as well as Russia. Grigory Efimovich, better known as Rasputin, was born in the town of Pokrovskoe in 1871. The name Rasputin means "dissolute," for his

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    Rasputin Influence

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    Rasputin played a part in the fall of the royal family but he was not the main reason. The Tsar had no one to support and protect his family due to not seeing to civilians needs. The overthrow of the Tsarist government was the ending of the oppression and tyranny. Rasputin however did manipulate his ability to influence government decisions. The Romanov Empire in Russia was a dynasty that had been in power for over three hundred years and sadly ended with the last Romanov family being murdered.

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    Rasputin was an important figure in the Russian Revolution. His acclaimed magical powers helped lessen the symptoms of poor Alexei's hemophilia, an awful condition in which the blood doesn't clot. Because Alexei was the heir to the Romanof throne, Tsar Nicholas II and Alexandra were in a stressful situation. They gave Rasputin certain powers that people were jealous of. The aristocrats could not stand a peasant in such a high position. Peasants could not stand the rumors that the tsarina was

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    God (Frost). This man’s name was Rasputin. Rasputin became a trusted advisor of the czarina because of who he was and he received more and more power because of this connection to the crown of Russia. Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin was born around 1872 in the village of Pokrovskoe in Siberia, Russia (Frost). He was born into a peasant family seemingly destined for an ordinary life. He married a local woman Praskovya Dubrovina and worked on his farm (Harris). Rasputin began to have an interest in religion

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    mystic, Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin rose through the Russian hierarchy using his captivating appearance, charm, and supernatural ability. Rasputin’s quick surge of reputation frightened many and rumors started to grow. The divided population recognized Rasputin as either a healer and prophet or a “mad monk” with malintent. Questioning Rasputin’s motives and influence, government officials plotted against him. Eventually came a day that the aristocrats assassinated Rasputin after several failed attempts

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    Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin, a Siberian muzhik born on January 22nd, 1869, has become one of the most controversial figures of the twentieth century. A ‘Mad Monk’- who had become entailed in a paradigm of the harsh political struggle; comprising imperialist, anti-monarchist, revolutionary and other diplomatic strengths and interests. The Russian mystic and hypnotist has been conceivably most famous for his trivial yet pivotal role in the corruption and downfall of the Romanov dynasty in 1917, which

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    Research Paper on Gregory Rasputin

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    Grigori Rasputin was not a very great person in history. A great person in history does good and important things for his people, country and the world. Early Life and Family: Grigori Efimovich Rasputin was born on January 10, between 1864-1872, along the Tura River in the village of Pokrovskoye. Rasputin was married to Praskovia Fyodorovna in 1889. His mother was Anna Egrovna and his father was Efim Rasputin. Grigori had three children with Praskovia, named Varya, Maria and Dmitry

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    over. Others more or less had brought some benefits during their reign. Grigori Rasputin was a very spiritual man. He was known throughout Europe as a healer and man of God. Although he had been known as a religious person he also had many faults in his life. He was an advisor to Tsar Nicholas and his wife. He had much of their trust and controlled most of their decisions. This, in the end, would be his downfall. Rasputin had been born in Pokrovskoe, Russia on January 21, 1869. His father was a literate

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    Grigori Rasputin was unique compared to the other Russian Revolution leaders; Rasputin was known as the “Holy Man” because of his healing powers. Many people believed that Rasputin possessed mystical skill in healing the sick and injured. Rasputin’s healing powers introduced him to the Russian court when Rasputin supposedly helped cure Tsar and Tsarina’s son Alexei who was haemophiliac. Rasputin also had the ability to know what others were thinking and to heal people in conditions which were impossible

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