Assassination of Grigori Rasputin
The murder of Rasputin, Russia’s infamous “Mad Monk,” is the fodder for a great historical tale that blends fact and legend. But the death of the controversial holy man and faith healer had a combustible effect on the tense state of affairs in pre-revolution Russia. Grigori Rasputin is an important Russian who became famous in Tsarist Russia with his supernatural powers and entered the palace of the Tsar, and his death and intrigues became the subject of stories. Grigori Rasputin is a famous and mysterious personality that has been talked about for centuries in Russian history. The life of Rasputin, Emperor II. It is filled with a series of inexplicable events and facts about Nikolai's closeness to his family and his influence on the fate of the Russian Empire. Some historians see him as a swindler, while others consider Rasputin to be a true healer, which allowed him to gain influence over the royal family. Grigori, who settled in the palace and gained prestige in a short time, started to provide political consultancy services to the Tsar on some issues. The young priest, who was loved very much by the Tsarina, became an influential person in the palace. So much so that Grigori Rasputin had a say in the management of both the palace and the army in a short time. The dominance of the Russian army and some political institutions were now in the hands of a mystical priest. Both the Tsar and the Tsarina respected Rasputin's divine power and viewed him as an opinion leader. Of course, all this prestige and power has come at a price. Rasputin was assassinated on December 30, 1916. In YIAMUN'23, our delegates will try to unravel the secrets of this event, which had a great impact on the kingdom.