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The Russian Revolution / Re: 100 Years Later
« Last post by TimM on Yesterday at 07:01:53 AM »
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the Russians might get fed up with Putin one day and it looks like many of them are. Who knows they might have a revolution.

Ironic if this were to happen this year, the 100th Anniversary of the last revolution.

Hope things turn out better this time.
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Nicholas II / Re: The Romanov bloodline decending from 4th century AD
« Last post by Forum Admin on March 27, 2017, 05:35:47 PM »
I have had quite enough of this self promotion of a silly unsupported, unproven, fictional, and ridiculous, supposition from this user. I'm locking this thread to further comment and "von ebert" with his awful grasp of the English language have been given a "time out" from further posting.
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The Russian Revolution / Re: 100 Years Later
« Last post by JamesAPrattIII on March 27, 2017, 05:23:36 PM »
I said before in a above post the Russians might get fed up with Putin one day and it looks like many of them are. Who knows they might have a revolution.
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Nicholas II / Re: The Romanov bloodline decending from 4th century AD
« Last post by von Ebert on March 27, 2017, 03:34:48 PM »
This writer has made comments before on the matter of Czar Nicholas 11 rare  DNA visible markers inherited from birth as did his son Alexei and one sister Anastasia so inherit .

Many will scoff of this writers comments but to clarify I have posted on  RBD (Royal Bloodline Descent    (on Facebook)  to show the rare genetic visible markers do exist and have been doing so since the 4Th century AD on a German King known as Clovis. 

Clovis had 4 sons one was the same name as this writer who also inherited the same visible markers as Clovis, Clovis was a Frank of German origin as was his decedents. Clovis became the first King of France and his German linage descended to royals in the Romanov /German line as well the Kaisers line and that of Queen Victoria and keeps on descending in a few royal lines today.

Some  experts have expressed their theory on the non survivors o the Romanov family of Czar Nicholas 11 and two of his children who inherited his rare gene in the form of a visible marker from birth we do not present a theory but only picture proof of such spoken about.


Frederic von Ebert

Royal Bloodline Descent   on Facebook

Email  royal.bloodline.descent@gmail.com

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This was Royal Bloodline Descent comments at an ealier date and would like to update our findings of thebloodline that carried the gene that produced the royal ancestor markerthat exists even though ome say it does not exist, We are now aware the same bloodline that produces the visble earlobe markers extend back many cnturies into some
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The Greek Royal Family / Re: Prince Andrew of Greece and his family, Part II
« Last post by Marc on March 27, 2017, 02:40:27 PM »
Prince Philip, Prince Andreas and Princess Alice seen by Princess Alexandra of Greece, Queen of Yugoslavia:

http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/48208639/4883706

Fragments from her book "Prince Philip, a family portrait"(1961).
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Tsarskoe Selo Palaces / Re: Catherine Palace Restoration
« Last post by JGP on March 27, 2017, 11:16:05 AM »

İTsarskoye Selo State Museum

I am in awe of the restorers work. Magnificent!

Joanna
I am too!  That is a beautiful facsimile.
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The Russian Revolution / Re: 100 Years Later
« Last post by edubs31 on March 27, 2017, 10:42:37 AM »
It would certainly have been interesting to see what the future of Russia might have been had the Provisional Government held onto power...or had the Whites won the Civil War that followed.

It seems unlikely to me that the unrest could have been quelled so long as Russia remained in the war, and Kerensky and company we're dedicated to supporting the allied cause. Therefore it seems likely to me that legitimate leadership could never have been established unless a bloody revolution had placed them at the head of government...such as it did for Lenin and, ultimately, Stalin.

Given the constant state of confusion and identity crisis Russia has suffered from over the decades - be it as a Monarchy, a Communist state, a quasi-Democratic republic, or whatever the hell we consider it to be under Tsar Putin at present - I'm betting revolution and upheaval was, sadly, Russia's destiny...it was just a matter of when.
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Books about the Romanovs and Imperial Russia / Re: In the Marble Palace
« Last post by Ally Kumari on March 27, 2017, 10:41:32 AM »
I have translated into English In the Marble Palace - it is word.doc of 151 pages.

If you would like a copy, send me a message with your email.

Joanna

Gosh that would be wonderful! Sending message now! :-)
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Books about the Romanovs and Imperial Russia / Re: In the Marble Palace
« Last post by Joanna on March 27, 2017, 09:34:58 AM »
I have translated into English In the Marble Palace - it is word.doc of 151 pages.

If you would like a copy, send me a message with your email.

Joanna
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