The killing of Rasputin and his assassins and why he was killed, and still defamed is very interesting. Tatars, Cossacks and Jews are involved in these issues. They deny his merits and stopped him from ending WWI.
The subject began in the Far East 2000 years ago and led to WWI & WWII. Touman is the earliest named Xiongnu chanyu (lit. ‘Tengri’s great son’) reigned from c. 220–209 BC. The word meaning is related to ‘10,000, a myriad’ (Muraid). Modun, c. 234 – c. 174 BC, was the son of Touman and the founder of the Xiongnu Empire in modern-day Mongolia. He came to power by ordering his men to kill his father in 209 BC
The Xianbei state or Xianbei confederation was a nomadic empire which existed in modern-day Mongolia, Inner Mongolia, northern Xinjiang, Northeast China, Gansu, Buryatia, Zabaykalsky Krai, Irkutsk Oblast, Tuva, Altai Republic and eastern Kazakhstan from 156 to 234. The ethnic makeup of the Xianbei is unclear.
The Rourans, whom Book of Wei identified as offspring of Proto-Mongolic Donghu people, possessed the alternative name(s) Dàtán and/or Tántán “Tartar” and according to Book of Liang, “they also constituted a separate branch of the Xiongnu”. Nikita Bichurin considered Xiongnu and Xianbei to be two subgroups (or dynasties) of but one same ethnicity. These groups invaded the world since 2400 BC and were behind WWI
Genghis Khan refers to the time of Modu Chanyu as “the remote times of our Chanyu” in his letter to Daoist Qiu Chuji. Sun and moon symbol of Xiongnu that discovered by archaeologists is similar to Mongolian Soyombo symbol. So, Turkic, Mongolian, Tatars are neighboring nomadic groups and raiders in Far East Asia
Nogay/Nohai Horde or Nogay Yortu was a confederation of about 18 Turkic Mongolian groups occupied the Pontic-Caspian steppe from about 1500 until they were pushed west by the Kalmyks and south by the Russians in the 17th century. The Mongol tribe called the Manghits constituted a core of the Nogay Horde.
In the 13th century, the leader of the Golden Horde, Nogay Khan a direct descendant of Genghis Khan through Jochi, formed an army of the Manghits joined by numerous Turkic tribes. A century later the Nogays were led by Edigu, a commander of Manghit paternal origin and Jochid maternal origin, who founded the Nogay dynasty. The Yusupovs were a Russian noble family descended from the monarchs of the Nogai Horde (Turkic Mongolian Tatars), renowned for being richer than any of the ruling Romanovs.
Felix Felixovich Yusupov, Count Sumarokov-Elston 1887 –1967, is best known for planning and carrying out the assassination of the Russian holy man Grigori Rasputin. Felix was a Russian aristocrat, prince and count from the Yusupov family, and married the niece of Tsar Nicholas II. He is son of Count Felix Nikolaievich Sumarokov-Elston and Zinaida Yusupova, his mother, was the last of the Yusupov line, of Tatar origin
Count Felix Nikolayevich Sumarokov-Elston 1820 –1877, was the Ataman of the Kuban Cossacks and the Governor of Kuban Oblast region in the late 1860s. He had seven children, including Count Felix Felixovich Sumarokov-Elston, later prince Yusupov, who was the father of Prince Felix Yusupov.
Ataman (otaman, wataman, vataman) was a title of Cossack leaders of various kinds. In the Russian Empire, the term was the official title of the supreme military commanders of the Cossack armies. The Ukrainian version of the same word is Hetman. Otaman in Ukrainian Cossack forces was a position of a lower rank.
The origins of the Cossacks are disputed. Originally, the term referred to semi-independent Tatar groups (qazaq or “free men”) who inhabited the “Wild Fields”, or steppes, north of the Black Sea near the Dnieper River. Until at least the 1630s, these Cossack groups remained ethnically and religiously open to anybody, although mainly Slavic element. There were several major Cossack hosts