BBC Timewatch – Who Killed Rasputin?

Ra Ra Rasputin (foto Gfycat)

Rasputin, Czar’s aid, reported murdered (foto Pinterest)

Rasputin was murdered during the early morning on 30 December [or 17 December] 1916 at the home of Felix Yusupov (foto Wikipedia)

Dead Rasputin (foto Pinterest)

Rasputin as he was found (foto 每日頭條)

Here Are All The Things It Took To Kill Rasputin (foto Pinterest)

The Death of Rasputin (foto Imgur)Russian Nobles Shoot and Kill Rasputin | Rasputin Buenos Dias Fuckbov (foto Reddit)
Cause of Death Ra Ra Rasputin (foto Sizzle)
Still Lived (foto Goodreads)

Still didn’t get it right (foto Meme Generator)

Lived (foto 9Gag)

Death of Rasputin (foto SlideShare)

Beaten, shot, stabbed, castrated and drowned by a group of people (foto MemeCenter)

Rasputin (foto Dennis Booth)
Alexander Raevsky – Rasputin (exhibited at the Academy of Fine Arts in 1912, lost during the Russian Revolution) (foto Farrar, Straus and Giroux)

Big Dick Mystic (foto Gfycat)

The Penis of Rasputin (foto Onedio)

Grigori Rasputin’s Penis (foto Telegram)

Who Killed Rasputin?

Published 16 jun. 2020

The Romanov Royal Martyrs

Did a British agent murder Rasputin? Within days of Rasputin’s death, rumours were swirling that Britain, terrified by the prospect of Russia unilaterally quitting the World War I, was behind the brutal killing. The program makers reopened the investigation into the death of Rasputin and found conclusive evidence to suggest that he was murdered in a plot hatched by rogue members of the British Secret Service with a fatal shot fired at close range by Secret Agent Oswald Rayner.

The documentary is based on extraordinary new evidence uncovered by intelligence historian, and program consultant, Andrew Cook. In addition, BBC Timewatch brought in Richard Cullen, former Metropolitan Police Commander, and a trainer of police cadets in forensic detective work in Russia, to reopen the case.

This video was produced by BBC and was released in 2004. It is shared here on this channel in the framework of the publication of the book “The Romanov Royal Martyrs: What Silence Could Not Conceal”.

The Romanov Royal Martyrs” is an impressive 512 page book, featuring nearly 200 black and white photographs, and a 56 page photo insert of more than 80 high quality images, colourized by the acclaimed Russian artist Olga Shirnina (Klimbim), and appearing here in print for the first time.

📖 EXPLORE the book​
🌎 ORDER the book​

Follow us on


Meer informatie