Question by Bill Smith: If the monarchy of Russia had not been abolished, who would be the Tsar today?
The research I’ve done seems to indicate that there are three main claimants, but there seems to be a great deal of argument over which, if any, of the three has the more valid claim. Frankly, I am having trouble wrapping my head around the various arguments in support of each claim.
More important, it seems that the supporters of each of the claimants are quite adamant in their position, despite the fact that the chances of the Tsar being restored are almost non-existent. So, I suppose my follow-up question would be why is the question of who the Tsar would be today so important to so many people?
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Answer by Rachel Sheen
hmm thats hard to say, i doubt it would’ve been the Romanovs because of alexei’s haemophilia, but i dont really know who else…
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