The Romanovs were the leaders of Russia, dating back to Catherine the Great. Nicholas the 2nd and
his family were the last of their line. The family lived decently for a few years before the war went out of their favor and
their people rebelled. They were held prisoner for about a year or two and massacred on July 17,
1918. Nicholas, the czar, was 50, Alexandria, Czarina, 46, (The daughters) Olga, 23, Tatiana, 21, Marie, 19, Anastasia, 17.
The son, Alexei, was 14. May they rest in peace.