History of Time Zones

Joanne Kneafsey jo at oftv.co.uk
Wed Jul 25 08:54:11 UTC 2001

To Whom This May Concern,

We are currently producing a documentary for Channel 4 about Rasputin. The director has a theory that he would like to put in the film. On June 27th 1914 Frans Ferdinand was shot in Sarajevo, which ultimately started the First World War. On that same day Rasputin was stabbed in Tyumen in Russia. His theory is that these two events happened around the same time across different time zones. The shooting in Sarajevo happened at 12 noon. 

Please can you tell me what time it would have been in Tyumen, Russia? 

If you have any further queries then please contact me.

Kind Regards,

Joanne Kneafsey

Joanne Kneafsey
Oxford Film & Television
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