What About Anastasia?

A year after unearthing nine skeletons in Siberia, scientists identified the remains of Russia's last Czar, Nicholas II, and his wife Alexandra, who were executed 74 years ago by a Bolshevik firing squad. A third skeleton was identified as that of the royal family's doctor, and the other six bodies, thought to be some of the monarchs' children and servants, will be identified by the end of the month.


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