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A-Z of History

For the finale of this fantastic issue, Nige Tassell flicks through a fortune of fun and fascinating facts


Felix Yusupov, husband of Tsar Nicholas II’s niece, led one of history’s more bizarre assassinations. In 1916, he and several other nobles conspired to murder Grigory Rasputin, the influential confidante of the Tsar’s wife. Having been poisoned and shot, the still-alive Rasputin tried to escape before being bludgeoned and finally thrown into St Petersburg’s freezing Neva River.

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