Russians Have Begun To Love And Even Worship Their Last Czar (A Century After The Revolution )

Nicholas II, Tsar
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A Russian lawmaker speaking on TV recently described something amazing happening to a statue of the last Russian emperor in Crimea: The stone torso had begun to weep. PRI could not yet independently verify such an occurrence. But the symbolism of the politician’s remarks was weighty. “People bring their ill children to touch the statue and…



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