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There were 11 people: Tsar and his wife Alexandra, their son, Alexis, their 4 daughters: Tatiana, Olga, Anastasia, and Maria. Their doctor, Dr. Botkin and a servant that stayed with them in captivity. The day before, the communists executed Alexis bodyguard and constant companion by firing squad. Almost forgot, the family's cook also was shot and stabbed with the rest of the family.

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Someone is confused. Nicholas II, the last Tzar of Russia was not brutal by any stretch of the imagination. Nicholas II was an intellectual, and tried to drag Russia kicking and screaming into the 20th century against the rising forces of socialism and communism. He and his family were slaughtered seven Central European Communist soldiers and three Bolsheviks from the local area in the basement of Ipatiev House in Yekaterinburg. While there are dozens of different accounts, that given by Yakov Yurovsky, the chief executioner is perhaps the most accurate.

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