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Nicholas II / Re: Personal Attributes of Nicholas II
« on: December 24, 2011, 01:31:49 PM »
About the 1902 voice recording with President Loubet.


Now I'm not so sure it is Nicholas.

I just had my French friend listen to the 1902 recording, and he thinks that it is not Nicholas talking!  I am so disappointed.  He believes that the recording is like this:

(short Narration Voice #1) (Speech in French, Voice#1) (short Narration Voice #1) (Speech in French Voice#2).

In other words, a French person speaks the quick introductions and Loubet does his own speech.  I guessed why this might be -- if the event was in Krasnoe, Nicholas would have spoken in Russian, and Loubet in French.  But if it were re-recorded back in France, the narrating voice might have spoken Nicholas' speech translated from Russian to French.  Perhaps it was prepared for a radio transmission?  I don't know, radio was just being invented, so that's unlikely, unless it was transcribed much later.

On the other hand, if the audience at these speeches was more educated, it is possible Nicholas might have spoken French.

So it all depends upon whether the "Narrator" voice is the same as the first real Speaker....

What do you think?
Naslednik

This is exactly the voice of Nicholas II. This is what I wrote in the discussion  Voices of the Imperial Family http://forum.alexanderpalace.org/index.php?topic=16135.30
This speech, more precisely - the toast he gave May 8, 1902 at a luncheon during visit to Russia of President Loubet. And this speech in French, published in the official (Правительственный вестник) Government Gazette  1902, No102.
 

Given on the pages of the Complete Collection of speeches, Tsar Nicholas II - is speech 62.

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Nicholas II / Re: Personal Attributes of Nicholas II
« on: December 24, 2011, 08:24:10 AM »
I just wanted to say that the allegations of imbalances should bring the evidence. A lot of words said, a lot of criticism expressed by my criticism, but no one has presented data on the size of feet and shoe of Nicholas II and that "he appears to have rather large feet for as small as he was". Where is  evidence?
 

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Nicholas II / Re: Personal Attributes of Nicholas II
« on: December 22, 2011, 12:48:30 PM »
From all the photos of Nicholas II I've seen, he appears to have rather large feet for as small as he was. Has anyone else noticed this?

From all the photos of Nicholas II I've seen, he appears to have rather large feet for as small as he was. Has anyone else noticed this?


Yes! That's true! I didn't saw Maria Fyodorovna's feet, but maybe she had big feets too. Nicholas had almost the same physical features than his mother.

RealAnastasia.

For such statements are necessary facts, based on measurements. It was just for you to do. For these purposes, there is a huge number of photos. The proportions of the body is easily measured by investigators from the photos. But you have not already done so. Therefore, your statement should be classified as intentional unsubstantiated vilification Nicholas II.  Why are you doing?






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Alexandra Feodorovna / Re: voices of the Imperial Family
« on: December 21, 2011, 12:36:12 PM »
Hi!
In addition to the previous post quote a page from the Complete collection of speeches, Nicholas II - speech number 62.


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Alexandra Feodorovna / Re: voices of the Imperial Family
« on: December 16, 2011, 10:50:42 AM »
This is confusing. First you say that can't be his voice, now you say it is/could be?
No. The military ceremony which he thanks the soldiers for having,likely is Nicholas. The 1902 French recording probably is not.

Hi.
This toast Emperor Nicholas II proclaimed did not during his visit to France in 1901, but at a luncheon May 8, 1902  during visit to Russia of President E. Lube.
The text of the toast of Nicholas II in French without translation into Russian was published in the Правительственный вестник (Government Gazette) 1902 № 102.

I was just stating my opinion.
Nothing wrong with that. Just remember to make it clear that it's your opinion and folks won't be quite so quick to jump down your throat. ;^)


Oh, yes!

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Alexandra Feodorovna / Re: voices of the Imperial Family
« on: December 14, 2011, 12:16:32 PM »
Russian site states that kid's voice ---- Aleksei's one can be heard between 39th and 41nd second of that recording, as well as Eduard Vladimirovich's and Nicholas'.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYZ3IuHoLJk&feature=related

EDIT: This is speculation, I don't know what to think actually. Others?
This is not speculation. The probability that the voice of the Tsarevich Alexei sounds in the video is very big.
Firstly it is certainly the voice of children. I have never heard "out of breath and voice" ( as Dust_of_History writes )  on the military men's  parade, even more to leave it on record.
I see no reason why the "bad" voice have left on the recording close to  the Emperor' voice, unless it is the voice of the Crown Prince.
Secondly, other children in the video and photos on the Russian parade does not occur.
And thirdly, Emperor Nicholas II often took Alexis with him to military parades . Beginning in 1915, when the Emperor took over the Supreme Commander during the war, almost always with him was the Crown Prince.
As, for example, in this clip:
http://youtu.be/wMs2h-NBTvw


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Nicholas II / The third voice recording of the Emperor Nicholas II.
« on: December 14, 2011, 11:03:13 AM »
This third voice recording of the Emperor Nicholas II, performed in four of the film "Nicholas II", shown on the NTV russian channel in 1998.
Emperor Nicholas II takes the grenadiers parade .

http://youtu.be/H_VehvpnAA4


19 sec. - 22 seconds. - The voice of Emperor Nicholas II - "Healthy (Hello), Samogitskie Grenadiers!"

23 sec. - 25 sec. - Samogitsky 7th Grenadier Adjutant-General Count Totleben Regiment - "Good health we wish for Your Majesty!"

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