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B. 2009-03-11 DNA: Bolsheviks killed all czar's children Russia
C. 2008-10-01 Russia's last tsar rehabilitated Moscow
D. 2008-07-17 Russia remembers slain royals Russia
E. 2003-06-25 Putin, Queen reach out on Iraq Edinburgh, Scotland
F. Tsar Nicholas murdered by Bolsheviks Ipatiev House, Yekaterinburg, Ural
G. Catherine the Great born Szczecin, Poland
H. Peter I proclaimed Emperor of all the Russias St. Petersburg
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J. First Russian Tsar, Ivan the Terrible, crowned

  Catherine the Great born Map of Szczecin Poland
DNA: Bolsheviks killed all czar's children  DNA analysis of bone fragments has proven that two of Czar Nicholas' children believed to have escaped were killed with their royal family Russia's last tsar rehabilitated  Moscow: Supreme Court has ruled that Nicholas II and his family were victims of political repression and should be rehabilitated   Russia remembers slain royals  90 years ago Russia's last royal family was executed. Scientific proof ending years of speculation that some of the Romanovs survived   Putin, Queen reach out on Iraq Map of Edinburgh United Kingdom  Scotland: Russian President has been touring Edinburgh after he and Elizabeth II sought to heal wounds from the Iraq war Tsar Nicholas murdered by Bolsheviks Map of Ipatiev House Yekaterinburg Russia

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Jul. 12, 1918
  Ural: Nicholas II was executed together with his family. This led to the canonisation of Nicholas II, his wife the Empress Alexandra and their children
May. 2, 1729
   Poland: Catherine II was the most renowned and the longest-ruling female leader of Russia

Oct. 22, 1721
  St. Petersburg: On 22 October 1721, soon after peace was made with Sweden, he was officially proclaimed Emperor of All Russia
Jun. 9, 1672 Peter the Great born
  Moscow: He expanded the Tsardom into a much larger empire and led a cultural revolution that replaced some of the traditionalist and medieval systems
Jan. 16, 1547 First Russian Tsar, Ivan the Terrible, crowned
Map of Dormition Cathedral Moscow Russia
  Moscow: Ivan IV Vasilyevich was the Grand Prince of Moscow from 1533 to 1547 and Tsar of All the Russias from 1547 until his death

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