Living in a cold labor camp in Magadan for nearly a decade, Rasputin became bitter and anti-semitic, due to the fact that the lawyer who had him convicted was Jewish. On February 18th, 1927, Rasputin, along with his advisor Josef Dughashvili, lead a revolt in the labor camps, sparking similar revolts in the nearby Sakha Republic. At the head of his Holy Army, Rasputin marched across all of Russia, defeating several Republican armies, and gaining the support of various peasants, generals, White Russians, mercenaries, officials and soldiers who joined him on what became known as the Long March. After the Holy Army took Petrograd, the capital, Rasputin instated Alexei II as Czar and declared himself Supreme Elder of the Slavic People, creating the New Russian Empire, a totalitarian state. Rasputin established a personality cult, eventually calling himself the Son of God, and brutally crushed all opposition, including the invading German People's Republic in World War II. As the New Russian Empire and the United States became the sole superpowers, Rasputin became increasingly senile, declaring war on the U.S in 1952 after the U.S expanded in the Middle East, prompting World War III. Rasputin was eventually killed in a military coup in 1953, leaving behind a legacy of hate and fanaticism.