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    Topic:   Execution  

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      Nicholas II was himself and his entire family and household executed in 1918. I entered the date of death of 17 Jul 1918 and obviously they were buried that day, most likely.

      <QUOTE WIKI>However the family was formally interred on 17 July 1998—the eightieth anniversary of the murder….</>

      I would assume this becomes a note against the 1918 burial? I saw 1998 for burial of one child and thought it was a typo until I found this statement.

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      A note is logical, or you could add a second burial event (re-burial?).


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