Russian Soviet Shashka Sword Original Rare Tsar Blade Zlatoust 1896
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Russian Soviet Shashka Sword Original Rare Tsar Blade Zlatoust 1896:
Russian Soviet shashka sword , original Tsar blade made in Zlatoust 1896 ,a wooden handle and brass replaced the Soviet Union in 1930 it also ZlatoustII.Nicholas stamp on the blade !
Nicholas II(Russian:Николай II, Николай Александрович Романов,tr.Nikolay II, Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov1868 – 17 July 1918) was the Duke of Finland, and titularKing of Poland.His official short title wasNicholas II, Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias.As with other Russian Emperors he is commonly known by the monarchical titleTsar(though Russia formally ended theTsardomin 1721). He is known asSaint Nicholas thePassion-Bearerby theRussian Orthodox Churchand has been referred to asSaint Nicholas the Martyr.
Nicholas II abdicated following theFebruary Revolutionof 1917 during which he and his family were imprisoned first in theAlexander PalaceatTsarskoye Selo, then later in theGovernor's MansioninTobolsk, and finally at theIpatiev HouseinYekaterinburg. In the spring of 1918, Nicholas was handed over to the local ural soviet by commissar Vasili Yakovlev who was then presented with a written receipt as Nicholas was formerly handed over like a parcel.Nicholas II; his wife,Alexandra Feodorovna; his son,Alexei Nikolaevich; his four daughters (Olga Nikolaevna,Tatiana Nikolaevna,Maria NikolaevnaandAnastasia Nikolaevna); the family's medical doctor,Evgeny Botkin; the Emperor'sfootman,Alexei Trupp; the Empress'maidservant,Anna Demidova; and the family's cook,Ivan Kharitonovwereexecutedin the same room by theBolshevikson the night of 16/17 July 1918. This led to thecanonizationof Nicholas II, his wife the Empress Alexandra and their children aspassion bearers,a category used to identify believers who, in imitation of Christ, endured suffering and death at the hands of political enemies, on 15 August 2000by theRussian Orthodox Churchwithin Russia and, in 1981, as martyrs by the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia, located in New York City.
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