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This site is very well and This site is a beautifull, I love the history and
I will like to know more about Anastasia Life,
If somebody have more information or photos or anything please send to me.
Esto es muy interesante , hojala lo traduscan al español.
302 - 03/12/2002
While i do feel compassion for the last days of the Romanovs...lest not we
forget that while the Royal family was enjoying life to the fullest, i.e.
their children having fun, christmas gifts, full bellies and dancing lessons
etc, the great majority of the russian people were starving and trying to
eek out a living in the very harshest conditions...of course if do not
believe that any royal family rules thru divine right but rather thru family
connections… Your site however is a monument to Imperial Russia…
303 - 04/12/2002
Very nice site! I'm impressed.. seems to be overall the most accurate site
I've seen. Nice work! ;
304 - 05/12/2002
I am absolutely addicted to the lives of the Romanov's. I have read nearly
every book about them, including diaries, letters etc. The one thing that I
find most truly amazing is how much of the information from all these books,
letters etc is the same. This to me says that there must be a complete
record somewhere of what really happened. Unfortunately, it also makes me
think that researchers are only allowed certain pieces of information, other
researchers may be allowed other different pieces of information, dependant
upon their beliefs. On the whole, I believe the truth is in every
well-researched and documented publication. Ultimately the truth is whatever
you want it to be. I personally would like to believe that Anastasia
survived, - don't we all want a happy ending? Even if it was so tragic!
305 - 06/12/2002
hey this a cool site but put some photos of dead bodies on it un less there
306 - 10/12/2002
This site reminded me when our prince Aleksandar was killed by his soldiers
in 1903 in Yugoslavia !
Great site :)
307 - 14/12/2002
This is one of the best sites I've seen on the
Romanov Family. Very inspiring to find out what happened to the last two
308 - 15/12/2002
309 - 17/12/2002
just wanted to say hi to everyone that is as into Anastasia as i am
310 - 18/12/2002
long live the romanovs, for they were truly the greatest alive and will
always watch over his great contry...Russia!!!!!
311 - 22/12/2002
Dieu bénisse le Tsar et sa famille.
Que cette bénédiction soit aussi sur la tête du Prince Georges Marianovitch
et que son destin s'acomplisse.
312 - 23/12/2002
hi im 13 from naples florida and i watched the nicholas and alexandar movie
and i loved it i cried alot during it and laughed alot it was a great movie
well got to go bye
313 - 26/12/2002
Hi im really interested in finding out as much as i can on Anastasia Romonov
and also Anna Anderson.( the mystrey between the two, as well) If anyone can
help me with that, by emailing me some information on both of them that
would be wonderful! thank you so much.....
please email me as much as you need to.- erica scheurer
oh yeah, this is such a great website. i feel so bad for the romonov
family... but this is a great site to bring it all back!!!
314 - 02/01/2003
Very interesting account of the last days of
315 - 03/01/2003
maria isabel fernandez
siento mucho la muerte de esta familia inocente.to the beloved family
316 - 03/01/2003
Just wanted to give a quick thanks for the information,.. I have a huge
report on whether Anna Anderson was or was not Anastasia, and this gave me
some major props in convincing reality from fraud.
317 - 04/01/2003
This is a very interesdting site with many facts and photographs that I
found very interesting. The Romanovs are a great interest of mine, along
with the French Royal family the Bourbons in the French Revolution. I
thought it was a bit unfair when the government pushed Nicholas Ipatiev out
of his house and then destroy it. By the looks of your diagrams the house
looked very beautiful when it was lived in. I would imagine the Romanovs
would of been very scared in a house barricaded into the center of a city.
When I was younger I always thought they were murdered in The Winter Palace.
I love Grand Duchess Princess Anastasia Nicholaevna Romanov she was very
beatiful and very interesting. I think Anna Anderson was Anastasia because
she had a deformed foot like the real Princess. I just compared your picture
of Anna Anderson and Anastasia and their eyes and mouth look nearly
identical! I want to ask whoever reads this, is Catherine the Greats Palace
bigger than the Palace of Versailles? and
318 - 06/01/2003
Wonderful site! Related Links are very impressive too! I came to USA from
Russia 10 years ago, I am an american now but this site has made me
crying... Ipatiev House... tzar Nicolas II.... it is a history of my
I would like to thank the creators of this site for grate work they have
performed. Here in USA I am reading and learning about my country, I am
reading and learning things, which were hiden from russian people by
bolshevik party. I see old russian pictures, houses, and it brakes my heart.
319 - 06/01/2003
Oh, in addition, one question only: I thought the Ipatiev House was taken
down in Boris Yeltzin period, which happened after 1977, in fact it was
sometime right after he became a president of Russia, in 1990-est. I
remember him giving a speech later about how he was ashamed by his decision
( he gave an order to take the House down). Am I mistaken?
320 - 07/01/2003
Marianito Jose Luspo
Kudos for such an informative,well-balanced and level-headed presentation
about the tragedy of the Romanov family. By this laudable effort, alone, you
have done justice to the memory of perhaps one of the most maligned and
talked about families of this century.
321 - 09/01/2003
David J. Kaiser
Really interesting! I am very interesting in the Romanov family and their
demise. Quite a sad story.
322 - 09/01/2003
thanx i got an a+ on my russian revolution assianment because of this really
helpful site my teacher was inpressed by the extra info .
323 - 09/01/2003
ce site est très bien fait.bravo.il est vrai que j'ai eu un peu de mal à
tout lire en anglais mais comme ce sujet m'interresse beaucoup j'ai fait un
effort!C'est très bien que l'on puisse se représenter les lieux grâce aux
photos et plans.
Il me semble à ce propos qu'il y a une erreur(si je puis me permettre)dans
les noms des grandes duchesses sur la photos de famille.Il semble que
l'ordre soit plutôt:Maria, Tatiana, Olga et Anastasia.Mais sinon c'est un
très bon site,très clair.Merci, cela m'a beaucoup servi.
324 - 09/01/2003
Linda Falgoust of Luling LA
i would like to think you for such a informative web site. i am fasinated by
the Imperial Family and have been since i was a child. what really gets me
is I know it was a war but how could these soldiers just kill these innocent
children while they were standing there crying and begging for mercy. I hope
that these men got their just rewards in the end.
325 - 15/01/2003
I found your site interresting.Although more research could have answered
some questions.The "sign in the cellar room" is really the name of a small
town near Perm,Lysva.This can be seen if held to a mirror.
326 - 16/01/2003
Very interesting site.However,please dig deeper.The truth has yet to be
327 - 21/01/2003
hello, I guess I could start by appoligizing for not asking you politely.
Well,would you please consider sending me some information on Anastasia,that
is if you aren't to busy. THANKS, Megan
328 - 22/01/2003
Bertha Marie Willis
I have always been interested in the family and am glad to find information
about them on the web. I know I will enjoy seeing all of the program. Thank
you for having all this..
329 - 28/01/2003
Ashley Burke (Romanov)
this is a relative of anstatia romanov adn im glad this is not a hoax movie
330 - 29/01/2003
When i first saw the animated movie Anastasia i became very intrested in the
Romanov's. I have to do a gradation project for school and the execuation of
the last Russian Royal family is what i wanted to do it on. I am very
facinated with the whole subject and one day i plan to visti russia and
visit all the sites that have to do with Czar Nicholas the 2. I personaly
think that you should ellabrate a little bit more about what exactually
happend during the time of the execuations and who was killed with what.
Just things like that. I think it would give the reader more insite on how a
person can be so crule to a little 14 year old boy for instance who was beat
so bad that the whole part of his skull was damagded so badley that it didnt
look like a human skull. Those are some things that make the readers have
more insite to what actually happend.
again thankyou for the great information that will help me out greately.
331 - 29/01/2003
It is one of the most mysterious story i have ever read about. i love your
site which gives losts of details and photos of what happened.
It is also the saddest story.
thank you to share it with us.
332 - 02/02/2003
Thank you for a wonderful and most interesting website.
I hope now the Tsar and his family rest in peace and that God will bless the
for dealing with this sad business.
333 - 03/02/2003
is true that michael gray is the son of tsaravich alexis and that anastasia
had a son of one of the tschaikovski brothers?
334 - 03/02/2003
What ever happened to Nicholas II mother? They say his entire family was
murdered, but she was not among those in the room during the execution. What
became of her?
335 - 06/02/2003
I really believe that Anastasia got away and it is a tragic event that all
the Romanovs died b/c of a foolish money. Why would you kill someone or in
this case 5 people just for money and pride? Its wrong. I don't know what
happened to Anastasia but deep in my heart i think she live on.....
336 - 13/02/2003
I had seeked many days information of these events from net, because at next
monday I'm travelling to Ekaterinburg! At last found more than expected. I
have reed much about Romanovs, but these pages are still the best I have
337 - 13/02/2003
Thank you very much.
I am peruvian, and I am very interested in finding the true history of the
Romanov family. I liked the film and the pictures and perhaps I will use it
in a furture monography in my university. I searched in many web pages and
this is the best. I only ask you can you get other photos or portraits of
romanov family before the tragedy? Thank you
338 - 14/02/2003
My father-in-law, now deceased, spoke to me several times about the Russian
Imperial Family. For some reason, although born in Canada, I feel a kinship
with this family and understand intuitively that their fall presaged the
fall of Russian dance and lit
339 - 14/02/2003
purtroppo non capisco l'inglese ma essendo un'appassionata della tragica
storia dei Romanov ho trovato comunque interessante il sito! Ho letto molto
su questo vergognoso episodio della storia e ogni volta che mi ritrovo a
pensare o a guardare i volti di q
340 - 20/02/2003
This is serious bros, stop browsing.
341 - 20/02/2003
this is a very good and serouis site. its a sad story wat happened to the
family!! my only question is :why did the merders kill them? if you know the
answear PLEASE e-mail me!! I'm not one of the persons that are bad,
(SEARIOUS) I JUST WANNA KNOW THE ANS
342 - 25/02/2003
hi. i would like to say thankyou to you. I have spent the best part of
3weeks trying to find out a slight image of the romanovs being killed
because i am basing my final art exam of high school on the romanov masacre.
I needed an image really badly, wheth
343 - 27/02/2003
You guys aren't the only one to go through famine, hunger, civil war,
droughts, bullets, you know. Everybody has, so don't go on about how it is a
HUGE part of world history, blah blah blah. History repeats itself, or
haven't you figures that out yet? You
344 - 01/03/2003
This site was excellently done and well put together. Very helpfull for my
extra credit project. The mysteriousness in the Romanovs' deaths intrigued
me very much. Until now, I did not have a clue about the truth. Just think
about how many people still d
345 - 01/03/2003
very interesting, but very sad
346 - 02/03/2003
I found a few *mistakes* in the site. But it's great that whoever made this
site went and did all this reasearch to make this site. I got a few good
facts from this site. That adds to my reasearch!
347 - 02/03/2003
I stumbled upon this site after doing a lot of research for a project on the
assassination of the Romanov family. I found your website extremely helpful.
Thank you very much for maintaining such a wonderful site.
348 - 07/03/2002
Jo Ellen Weston
Thank you for such an excellent site! I am a history major and have always
been interested in the story of the Romanov's and their tragic deaths. Your
site gave me such a complete and intimate look at not only their murder, but
of the location and events
349 - 13/03/2003
Thank you for this wonderful site. Every detail is handled with care and
tact. This truely is a memorial to the innocent Romanov family. Thank you.
350 - 13/03/2003
Wow. I didn't know so many people liked the Romanovs! Once I thought I was
alone...Ah, well. This site is pretty cool, but it amuses me that some
people say they're related to the family! *laughs* Like one entry,
by...well, someone-they said: 'my family c