Nicholas II and family murdered on orders from US, scholar says
Pyotr Multatuli said that while Bolshevik leadership in Moscow did initiate plans to murder Nicholas II in 1918, a U.S. mission was the reason behind the decision to murder the tsar's close family, according to the Moscow Times.
Multatuli references secret conversations in an Argumenty i Fakty report between the head of the Bolshevik Central Executive Committee and one of the executioners as proof that a U.S. financial-industrial organization told Russian officials of "the necessity of killing the whole family," the Moscow Times reports.
The order was sent to Moscow via a U.S. organization stationed in Vologda, according to Multatuli. He also said that the organization's members saw the complete destruction of tsarist Russia as essential to fulfilling their plans to create a unipolar world with the United States as the sole power.
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