Attached is the story of the daily newspaper that was published between the years 1894 through 1917. The paper's entire readership could be counted with one finger and his name was Czar Nicholas II of Russia. The paper employed hundreds of reporters (both foreign and domestic) and although only one printing of each issue was ever run, it set the Russian taxpayers back more than $40,000.00 a day to maintain.
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