Ipatiev House - Romanov Memorial - The tragic end of the last Czar of Russia
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1 101 - 26/04/2007
rebecca

very interesting site, helped to answer some of my questions


1 102 - 26/04/2007
Tatjana from SERBIA

BOZE, OPROSTI IM JER NE ZNAJU STA URADISE!!!!!!!!! TRAGEDIJE PORODICA
SLOVENSKIH NARODA! BOZE, CUVAJ MI IH KAO NAJRODJENIJE MOJE!!!!


1 103 - 27/04/2007
rebecca starling

very intersesting site i am studying this subject at school at the moment ive never been more intersted in a topic before! Its unbelivable to think of the pain they must of suffered..... why kill
the inocent ?


1 104 - 01/05/2007
London

Terence victor smirnovv of east london. Never claimed to be anyone but was very seceretive and does have heamophilia and sleeping sickness. He as an old man looks just like anna anderson when she was old. He has no family that i know of. I havent seen him for a year but he used to ride a bicycle around whitechapel picking up papers like a vagrant.He said he was the son of a russian merchant officer and aristocrat. I still think he was scared of the truth.i belive he's english birthcertificate was faked and that he was alexi romanovv. I am looking for some hair i managed to get for genetic proof!!!


1 105 - 03/05/2007
Peter Gardner

very informative however very sad how a bunch of cowards could have done this to this family


1 106 - 05/05/2007
Agnes

Precise and moving. So much to learn through these events. A site so helpful in my writing of a novel about the last days of the Romanov


1 107 - 09/05/2007
Georgina Lees

A Fantastic site. I loved the panoramic tour of the house. Will be visiting again. Thank you.


1 108 - 11/05/2007
JOHN IN ENGLAND

FANTASTIC SITE. THE ROMANOVS DID NOT DESERVE TO DIE. I HAVE JUST READ A BOOK ACOUT XENIA, THE TZAR'S SISTER, WHO SURVIVED. I FIRMLY BELIVE THAT WHEN PUTIN GOES, THE TRUTH WILL OUT. THE ENGLISH ROYAL FAMILY ALSO KNOW MORE THAN THEY LET ON AND I FEEL SURE THAT IN TIME, DOCUMENTS WILL BE RELEASED. ONE DAY, A MONARCHY WILL BE RESTORED IN RUSSIA. LETS JUST HOPE IT'S A CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCH LIKE IN ENGLAND, RATHER THAN AN ABSOULTE.


1 109 - 13/05/2007
Stuart Leeming

Those poor kids


1 110 - 17/05/2007
Bianca

This is a very great site and very informative. It's really sad what happen to the Romanov family, no one diserves to be killed like that.


1 111 - 21/05/2007
Cecilia Hernández

Mis felicitaciones por el excelente trabajo, y ha sido una investigación muy seria y precisa.


1 112 - 24/05/2007
Stephan Guerguiev

In the book of the White-Russian examining magistrate N.A.Sokolov on the murder of the tsar family it is explained in Chapter 15 that all non-Russian soldiers of the Red Army, among them the German and Austrian-Hungarian prisoners-of-war, were called 'Latvians'. This is valid for the Hungarians of the soldiers of the execution squad.
Among them was Imre Nagy, the future Hungarian well-known politician, hanged for treason in 1958.


1 113 - 02/06/2007
Stefanie

saw the movie from anastasia. And I liked it very well! I dunno why, but I'm interested in it. Maybe because it's such a big happening! That's something I would say =)


1 114 - 05/06/2007
jonathon reinhart

such a shame....the royal family taken in such a fasion. Hopefully their is a true heir out there somewhere and will come forward one day to re claim what is rightfully theirs.


1 115 - 06/06/2007
Edith Wubben

I am interested in the everyday lives of the girls - Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anatacia. Thank you.


1 116 - 16/06/2007
Sarah Louise

Hi, just wanted to say thank you for such a useful and impressive site. And also if you have any other information that isnt posted here - especially on the "pretenders" i would greatly appreciate it.


1 117 - 05/07/2007
Peter Michael Worby

very odd all this..seeing as british police say that you CANT get forensic evidence from bodies over 50 years old,especially those that have been buried.all they can do is identify female/male and possibly the only I.D from any dental records..all this dna business is taken not only from so called romanov bodies that were from graves but also from dna taken from from another dead body buried elsewhere..as for prince phillip...just why dont the royals want their dna revealed??would it prove lots of skeletons in their own cupboards and outcast relatives!!!!I wonder.NO one has ever seen the real documentary evidence...just certain people who want to put it to bed...without any real answers


1 118 - 08/07/2007
forestskoe selonov anscilvich

i agree with Terence victor smirnovv from london. the formal monachy should return to russia. the heirs are still living in europe and are still aristocrated in blood. russia needs demoracy ran by its people and governed by its orgianal iconic figures.


1 119 - 17/07/2007
Peter

today it`s the 17th of July 2007... at the same day in 1918 the zar - family was murded… in memory a friend....


1 120 - 19/07/2007
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Mr. Rostovsky I have just found this site and read your entry truly we are closer of two alike than you can imagine, as you may pray for a return for a constituional Monarch I dont beleive the embodiemnt of the Government deserives a return to the Honor that they bring all-though it is impressive to see alot of people and I do mean the people wanting a return to the Monarch and the honor that they bring.


1 121 - 19/07/2007
Robert E .Rhodes

This is in itself one of the best peices I have seen to date, all though their are peices missing from it at no fault of your own but at the fault of historians not following every little lead like a private investigator should.


1 122 - 01/08/2007
laceyy

my name is lacey, prendiville, wa. perth
it was fun to see pics
i think thye were all killed
byeee


1 123 - 06/08/2007
Wayne R

I like to think that the Romanovs would have had some kind of legacy they deserved it and didn't deserve such untimely deaths by nasty and cruel executors. Whata shame the extended royal family from europe couldn't extend there supposed hand of strength to those who where in need. What a great shame the supposed Greast nation allowed such attrocities.


1 124 - 07/08/2007
Susan T

Just read "The Kitchen Boy" and found this site very helpful to fill in the gaps in my knowledge of the actual historical account of the Romanovs. Obviously much work and effort put into this site - loved the ability to see the virtual cellar room and Impatiev house. Great work! Thank you.


1 125 - 07/08/2007
Ly

I have long been facinated by the Romanovs and the lives of Nicholas and Alexandra...this is the best site I have found about the subject! Simply awesome and you got pictures and detailed descriptions of places that I cannot help but post here. Thank you so much for the information. I cannot wait to see you discover the remains of Anastasia and Alexie. Cheers for a job well done!


1 126 - 15/08/2007
AnaRosa

Excellent site, rich in history and tragedy at the same time that leaves the reader wondering and creating its oun conclusions....


1 127 - 16/08/2007
roberta

their story is indeed heart-breaking... today is the 89th aniversary of their death, and i felt that i should pay them an homenage... So long live the romanovs in our memory, may we always remember their lives and cruel destiny!it's so upsetting to see how many pretenders there have been along the years. though i must admit anna anderson looked a lot like anastasia! thank you for this site! i wish to visit one day yekaterinbug and the place where once the ipatiev house once stood…


1 128 - 18/08/2007
Denise Price

Great website and very informative. It is very sad to see that someone would stoop so low to kill off the family of their Tzar and Tzarina. I hope those who did this act will have an guilty conscious for the rest of their lives and even after there death as well. But on a much happier note, it is a great website. and keep up the great work.


1 129 - 25/08/2007
Margot Durkin

The newly reported discovery of the possible remains of Alexei and Marie will confirm the identities of the previously found remains of the rest of the family. If they are verified, the Yurosky note will also be settled as authentic.


1 130 - 25/08/2007
Richard A, Vlasic

A fascinating collection of information and photos. Having a long time interest in Russian history, I want to thank you for sharing this tremendous effort. Now that recent news seems to indicate that the remains of Alexi and Maria have been found, the theories of survivors may soon be put to rest.


1 131 - 26/08/2007
Carol

I have always been fascinated by the history of the Romonov's. I have always hoped that Alexi and Anastasia really did escape. Now, in the news a couple of days ago, I suppose they have been found, where they were buried years ago. I hope you will follow up with more info after they have been identified (or not). Your site is very informative and seems to have covered everything. Thank you for all the time and research you have put into making this site.


1 132 - 26/08/2007
Gord

Just wanted to say this is a fantastic site. Very informative and useful.


1 133 - 26/08/2007
Nicola

I found this to be a very interesting site, many thanks! A tragic story indeed, I am surprised there are not more films about the murder of the Romanov family!


1 134 - 28/09/2007
Louis (the Netherlands)

What a impressive complete and interesting site. This is why the internet is made for! Keep up the good work!


1 135 - 01/09/2007
Recato Cristiano Eberwein

I had a different tale told to me about the deaths of the honorable Royal family. Thanks for putting it right. May they rest in peace. And those people who shot a 13 year old boy may they forever wander around in agony.


1 136 - 02/09/2007
Mariana

Wow! Your page just inspired me to what to write about my final proyect on my history class. I have to write about an important event that had shocked me or made a diffrence about my look at history. I will write about the Romanov!
Thank you for your website


1 137 - 07/09/2007
P.R. Nielsen

God Save the Romanov Dynasty.


1 138 - 08/09/2007
emily

thanks for the information i'm doing a project at school about the russian revlution this helped me understand the last part of the Romanovs lives


1 139 - 12/09/2007
Joan

Great site. I am fascinated by this event & will be back often.


1 140 - 12/09/2007
Martha

I'm a very enthusiastic fan of this story. I know it's an horrible thing but still I just love it. thank you for your amazing site and your amazing information.


1 141 - 13/09/2007
Luke

I am 15 and I just founnd out that I am directly related to the Romanovs. I am very excited. I always felt a connection to Annastasia.


1 142 - 13/09/2007
Caroline

The whole affair is very sad. The children should not have been blamed but spared. They were just born into the royal family and did nothing wrong..


1 143 - 14/09/2007
Joanna

J just would like to thanx for this site.God bless Romanov, rest in peace


1 144 - 15/09/2007
nancy

this is a very interesting website.. i'm just 14 but i am personally curious and fascinated of what happened to the last czar..


1 145 - 18/09/2007
Porsha Nicalavina DeLonCyre

loved tha site,made me think about how cruel humans can be towords there own kind. I could never kill someones whole family like that


1 146 - 21/09/2007
Amanda

I first became very interested in the last Tzar of Russia when I read Steve Berry's "The Romanov Prophecy". I am now reading "Nicholas and Alexandra". Their lives and deaths become more interesting the more Iread about them. What a tragedy it all was.


1 147 - 25/09/2007
Erik H. van der Graaf (The Netherlands)

First of all let me express my admiration for the quality of this wonderful website.
Very well done in terms of contents, images and historical context. However I do not agree with the assumption that the Romanov family has been killed in the Ipatiev house. Obviously most of what has been published on the fate of the Romanovs is based on the findings and conclusions of the Sokolov investigation. The investigation itself has proved to be very one-sided and politically driven by various parties at the time. I recommend anyone interested in the Romanov history to keep an open mind and read and study the findings of writers like Anthony Summers & Tom Mangold, Guy Richards, Michael Occleshaw and Shay McNeal. In my opinion the case of the disappearance has yet to be solved and the DNA results of the remains - which are far from conclusive - just prove this point.


1 148 - 27/09/2007
ignacio

Debería ser un recordatorio de las monarquías, ¿qué hicieron por sus pueblos si no fueron capaces de hacer nada por los de su sangre? De verguenza lo de la familia real inglesa que no ponía sus pies en Rusia hasta que sus parientes no fueran enterrados dignamente...¿se puede ser más hipócrita???
En fin, creo que sólo el rey de España hizo algo a favor de los Romanov.
La historia siempre nos da lecciones!!


1 149 - 02/10/2007
Ross Kavanagh

Im doing the romanov assasination as m special topic in my history leaving cert exam!


1 150 - 09/10/2007
Tomas

Fantastic site. The poor Tsar, his wife and family.




 

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