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July 20, 1991 | Reuters
International experts will examine nine skeletons that may be the remains of the last Russian czar and his family, who were assassinated in 1918. According to Russian television, authorities in the Siberian city of Sverdlovsk announced Thursday that "the supposed burial place of the Russian emperor's family" was opened on July 12. "Nine skeletons were found there. International experts will take part in the examination of the remains," the television said.
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July 20, 1991 | Reuters
International experts will examine nine skeletons that may be the remains of the last Russian czar and his family, who were assassinated in 1918. According to Russian television, authorities in the Siberian city of Sverdlovsk announced Thursday that "the supposed burial place of the Russian emperor's family" was opened on July 12. "Nine skeletons were found there. International experts will take part in the examination of the remains," the television said.
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November 27, 1990 | CAREY GOLDBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Their ancestors were dashing princes and graceful duchesses, aristocrats from France, Prussia and Sweden, scions of the noble houses of Old Russia. They lived among gilt, marble and mirrors, waltzing in satin and jewels, attended by dozens of servants on palatial estates.
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November 27, 1990 | CAREY GOLDBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Their ancestors were dashing princes and graceful duchesses, aristocrats from France, Prussia and Sweden, scions of the noble houses of Old Russia. They lived among gilt, marble and mirrors, waltzing in satin and jewels, attended by dozens of servants on palatial estates.
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