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Hi! The whole history of the Czar family is so interesting. But what i don`t
understand is how did Anastacia survive? They had jewelry in their corsets,
yes, but maby they buried the body of Anastacia an other place... They found
the jewelry hidden in the corsets so, they proberly shot them one more time
or, maby not? The whole history is a big mystery, and i hope that they will
find out of it some day:)
802 - 21/08/2005
The brutality of Russians has survived till nowadays.
803 - 22/08/2005
Having just returned from Russia and visiting many historical sites I am
following up with good information to fill in the gaps of knowledge. Thank
804 - 22/08/2005
Mia Nichelle Hogsett
It's sad. Dont you think. That people could kill an entire family, including
innocent children, in the name of revolution.
805 - 24/08/2005
I'm an italian girl and i need someone that know enough well the Anastasia's
hisotory cos i have to do one or two question that i want hardly to know!!
806 - 03/09/2005
yo quisiera saber sobre la historia de Anastacia Romanov,en especial de su
vida desde pequña hasta su muerte...
807 - 04/09/2005
I only want to look at some stuff...
808 - 04/09/2005
i have just finished reading a book called ' the last empress' a biography
on the last Empress of Russia, Alexandra Feodorovna..what a tragedy this
family suffered and how terribly sad their story..I,myself being Russian
Canadian, feel very stongly on this particular subject. In the Russian
Orthodox Church, the Imperial Family was canonized and so I end with this :
" Holy Royal Martyrs, Pray to God for Us"
809 - 06/09/2005
I fournd your site very informative. Having read every thing I could
possibly get my hands on on the subject I found your site very knowledgeable
and user friendly. What a study this is and what a story of mans inhumanity
toward man. Thank you for bringing this site for the persons who don't know
the importance of the ipatiev house and its prisoners.
810 - 06/09/2005
I have been recomending the site to some of the people I have met through
811 - 07/09/2005
i would very much love to know if anyone could tell me where i could find
photographs of anna anderson from between the years 1920 and 1930. i am sure
there is a wealth of pictures out there but i just cannot seem to find them.
812 - 07/09/2005
Searched and Surfed your page great work
813 - 08/09/2005
Hello everyone my name is Donnie I am from Mobile Alabama I have allways
love the name Anastasia little did I know there was so much more this site
814 - 08/09/2005
Nice one mate, looks good, keep up the good work.
815 - 09/09/2005
Nice web site I enjoyed reading. I wish you and your family the best of
816 - 09/09/2005
Haven't been here for a long time... but glad to come back
817 - 10/09/2005
Karri Niklas von Hellens
Very interesting this past history of Russia. I wonder if the aristocrats of
Russia will receive their properties back that were stolen by the bolseviks?
818 - 20/09/2005
Thank you sooo much for this iste. I am obsessed w/ the Romanov Dynasty but
particularly Nicholas II and his family. I am going to school right now to
become a Historian specializing in Czar History. The pics were wonderful.
They really helped me gain a understanding of the house in which they were
murdered. I even got emotional and started to cry. Bu thank you once again.
819 - 21/09/2005
This site is the best i have ever seen! I loved it. im so intersted in the
Romanovs and this site gave me so much information. im doing a project at
school on the Romanovs and when this site was recommended to me i came on
here and i was soooo fascinated! thanks.
820 - 21/09/2005
A very nice site keep it up
821 - 21/09/2005
hola quisiera que me enviaran la informacion en español acerca de la masacre
de los romanov es muy importante para mi saberacerca de ellos
822 - 22/09/2005
im a part of the romanov family!
823 - 23/09/2005
The story of the Romanovs is just so sad. I saw the Nicholas and Alexandra
exhibition in Edinburgh. It's terrible that their story has a sad ending.
824 - 24/09/2005
bonjour ce site et génial depuis que j ai vu le dessin animé la famille
romanov me plait baucoup et je trouve ca affreu j espere que ce site m
apportera des information
825 - 24/09/2005
necesito informacion sobre el origen de la dinastia Romanov.
826 - 27/09/2005
The story is sad, but there was more.
The world may never know it.
827 - 28/09/2005
What a brilliant website -- I learned so much from it and it is unlike
any other Romanov site - an excellent educational tool!
Also the creator, Bernard is a wonderful chap - I am lucky to have
met him thru the internet -- Tres fantastique!
828 - 03/10/2005
I saw this site a couple of years ago. I thought it was great at the time
and as I have just got back from a holiday in Russia I thought i'd look at
it again.Great site.
829 - 04/10/2005
Vanesa Montacuto Chaminaud.
Your page is outsanding! I think it's very useful to people who doesn't know
anything about the last chapter in Romanov life.
My personal conclusion -I would not said "belief", for "belief" is
unscientific and I only believe in God and not in person or things- is that
Anna Anderson was Anastasia. I know that a DNA test has been performed on
her and said she was Franziska Schanzkowska. I did my own research with
anthropologues, forensic experts, geneticist, psychologist, psychiatrist, an
actor, Polish and Russian residents in my country (Argentina) and experts in
photography and I got amazing, truly amazing results. I thought that if we
want to know how thinks really are or were, we must undertake our own
research and not took only what we read in books or magazines. Primary
sources are the most important things to an historian.
If you are interested in my research, write to me. You may do it in English,
Spanish or French.
830 - 04/10/2005
A tragic episode in the history of Russia. The tsars will be long remembered
when all the chairmen are forgotten.
831 - 05/10/2005
A chilling reminder of one of the saddest moments in recent history, the
senseless killing of helpless women and children.
832 - 05/10/2005
Roland Wildhaber, Letzacherstrasse 19, CH 8117 Fällanden Switzerland
Ladys and Gentlemen
Thank you very much for the information about the tragedy about the russian
family Romanov. I can confirm that I have a sigend paper from Prince
Sigismund from Prussia which stated that Mrs. Anna Anderson was a member of
the royal russian family and that he met her several times in Germany. In my
own opinion, Mrs. Anna Anderson is identical to the Grand Duches Anastasia
833 - 06/10/2005
HEY! I AM ABSOLUTLY OBSESSED WITH THE ROMANOV FAMILY!!!! I PLAN TO VISIT
RUSSIA NEXT YEAR TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FAMILY1 I TRUELY BELIEVE I WAS A
MEMBER OF THE FAMILY IN A PAST LIFE BECAUSE I HAVE SUCH LOVE FOR THEM ALL
AND I CRY EVERYTIME I SEE THEIR GRAVE OR THE ROOM IN WHICH THEY DIED111
834 - 08/10/2005
Hi I'm named after Grand Duchess Maria Romanovs .I 'm happy I found a
Romanovs fan. I hope we can keep in touch.
835 - 10/10/2005
Knowing the tragic incident of the romanov family it really touches my heart
and curious to know more and the exact details of this story..Im a Filipina
who follow and read the life story of this royal family in Russia.May their
souls will rest in peace with the Lord Almighty.
836 - 12/10/2005
quiero participar en el concurso de las vacaciones a iguazu en argentina que
tengo que hacer, por favor respondanme muchas gracias, me llamo la atencion
tirano por que el demostro valentia y honor para poder salvar lo poco que
quedaba del imperio romano y el encargado de que la sucesion por el trono
837 - 13/10/2005
My mothers father was the first cousin to the czar.He had 9 children
8 boys 1 girl.
838 - 14/10/2005
want to know if anastacia romanov died in july 1918 or she does not died??
839 - 14/10/2005
I think that justice should be made to the Romanovs.
840 - 15/10/2005
over and over i cant get enough of new insideof this amazing family.why do
they not rebuilt the ipatiev house the way it was?are there any old
postcards of this house in existence?
841 - 16/10/2005
What happened to annastasia and the son of the TSar
842 - 17/10/2005
i love anasatasia. and it's imposible for hr too pose's your body. she's
been dead for a long time and her gosht is probly already passed on.
843 - 22/10/2005
Great Site!!! I can't believe what happened to the Imperial Family. The
Movie ANASTASIA showed alot of what happened to the Last Imperial Family of
Russia. I still think that Anastasia might og survived that gruesome
execution Who Knows?! Hopefully one day soon the truth will be brought to
844 - 25/10/2005
I stumbled across this sight while trying to find the address of my friend
on Belinskogo in Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation. I had heard about the
Romanov family in the past but had little knowledge of their history and
demise. Thank you for sharing the truth of their lives.
845 - 25/10/2005
HOLA AMIGOS INTERESANTES NOTAS .POR AHI LEI QUE EN ARGENTINA VIVIO ALGUN
MIEMBRRRO D ELA REALEZA RUSA.
ADEMAS DA L APOSIBILIDAD QUE HALLA SOBREVIVIDO ANASTACIA SOLO QUE AUN NO L
AENCONTRARON . PERO ES BUENO ESTO HAY ESPERANZA Y FE EN ESTA INVESTIGACION
.QUERIA COMPARTIR MI PUNTO DE OPINION .
846 - 26/10/2005
Anastasia Romanov did survive the Russian revolution. I have no idea whether
she was Anna Anderson or not, but many pointers indicate she was.I cannot
comment too, on the authenticity of the medical/dna investigation done on
exhumination of the family gravesite in the Urals in the 1990's.
What I do know is that a British Secret service officer, acting in concert
with other British MI5 men in Russia at the time, and at the behest of the
British monarchy, spirited her out via Archangel in 1918. A Britsh
battleship was used to get her out of the country.
One of those British officers was Lt Col W.J.Clarke, OBE, my late
grandfather who took charge of the princess to the east of Archangel on the
Dvina river. He transported her across the snow, alone, on a horse drawn
sled to a the British battleship anchored in the White sea off Archangel.
This story is told in Col Clarke's hitherto unpiblished diaries which are in
my possession . Col Clarke was in fact a S.African military of
847 - 28/10/2005
REALMENTE DE ANASTACIA SE SABE ES UN MISTERIO LO AFIRMARON LOS CIENTIFICOS
YA QUE AUN NO SE LA ENCUENTRA Y SEGUN AGENCIAS PODRIAS ESTAR EN ARGENTINA
AHY DATOS MUY COINCIDENTES SERA CUESTION DE INVESTIGAR PARA LLEGAR A LA
VERDAD ESTA ABIERTO UN MUNDO DE POSIBILIDADES Y ANTE LA INMINETE REVELACION
DE ESTA NOTICIA ES QUE SE DEBE SER OBJETIVOS Y CONCISOS.
ESTAMOS EN CONTACTO. MARIA
848 - 01/11/2005
They suffered and died knowing all along that.. sadly.. that was their
purpose...To serve Russia.. to live...and to die for Russians in the name of
all things honorable for Russia... Humanity failed them, yet they failed no
one... . they are with God now.. God save the souls of those who harmed
them.. they are the only ones who need our prayers...and... do you really
think god would have allowed all to perish. . faith is a funny thing. you
either have it and need no explanation.. or don't. those who know.. know...
849 - 03/11/2005
I have read many books that a bunch shit about the Romanov Family but i
don't thing anybody would like be murder by a bunch of traitors, instead
they should have made an agreement for better economy and the war would've
end nobody maybe dead by now.
850 - 03/11/2005
I'm new here and many questions I've read are the same doubts I have. Can
you please tell me where I can find the answer... tk ya