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Re: Investigación Anastasia. Argentina
« Reply #45 on: June 04, 2005, 03:13:47 PM »
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I think that the woman looks like to Alexandra.
But in modern time i've never heard about this woman.
Do you know if this woman was really the sixth child of Nicholas and Alix?


She most likely is not a sixth child of Nicholas and Alexandra, but it's still interesting to discuss the miniscule possibility. :)

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Re: Investigación Anastasia. Argentina
« Reply #46 on: June 04, 2005, 06:42:47 PM »
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Hi you all!:

                    I'm interested in this thread for I'm Argentinian, as the guy who started this discussion. I'm an Anna Anderson supporter (Yes; despite de DNA proofs. I don't believe in them, since in Argentina we had some problems in a police case with DNA) but I wouldn't speak about Anna Anderson. Possibily I can help the "Argentinian Investigator" and he may help me too, for I read somewhere that Lili Denh dead in Argentina. I'm writing a story of "Recoleta Cemetery" the most famous in Buenos Aires, and I would to know exactly where Lili Denh is buried, if she is buried in my country.

                        Warmly
                        RealAnastasia

I know that Lili Denh lived in Caracas in Venezuela. But if she died in Argenina I don´t know.Interesting woman by the way. She believed in Anna Anderson after having visited her in he 50´s.

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Re: Investigación Anastasia. Argentina
« Reply #47 on: June 04, 2005, 09:57:28 PM »
It is a distasteful thought, but if this woman was really a Romanov, she is more likely to have been the daughter of one of the girls than of Alexandra. However, because I do not like to believe the more lurid stories about what happened to the family in captivity, I tend to think she was a fraud (although, in the one picture we have seen, from an extremely dubious source, she does bear a resemblance to Alexandra).
This is not the only rumor about a "fifth daughter of N&A" -- there was a story in James Blair Lovell's biography of AA about a fifth daughter who was raised in the Netherlands. To both of these stories, my response is -- yeah, right.

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Re: Investigación Anastasia. Argentina
« Reply #48 on: June 12, 2005, 01:52:05 PM »
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I forgot to bring the article to work with me, but this is the gist of it.

A woman from Argentina (but is originally from Germany) claims she is the 6th child of Alix and Nicky, and was born while the IF was imprisoned in Tobolsk.  She claims that the Kaiser helped her escape to Germany where she was adopted by well-to-do family.  She married an Argentinian man and eventually figured out she was Irina Nicolaevna Romanov.  It's an old, old article.  There's no date, but from the ad on the back, I'd place it in the second half of the 1970's (maybe very early '80's).  The article was touted as a "Globe Exclusive," so you know the caliber of the paper it's from.  There's also a picture of the so-called GD Irina Nicolaevna.

If anyone's interested, I can scan the article and e-mail to you.

Alexa


Could you please e-mail this to me?This is very interesting,I'd like to learn more.

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Re: Investigación Anastasia. Argentina
« Reply #49 on: June 12, 2005, 02:10:43 PM »
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Existe la posibilidad de que la princesa Anastasia haya pasado el resto de sus días refugiada en el norte Argentino, no diré en que lugar hasta no estar seguro de la hipótesis. Inclusive conocemos el lugar donde estan enterrados sus restos, los cuales se podrían inclusive analizar. Testimonios de personas del lugar aseguran que esta joven rusa poseía gran cantidad de joyas fabulosas y vivía en completo estado de reclusión u ocultamiento. Me gustaría conectarme con personas dispuestas a investigar en conjunto el caso.


Tener el mujer restos mortales?Si ya no,do el gobierno tener intencion a?Muy gracias,aseverac!(Yo esperar mi Espanol es bueno!)

translation:Have the woman's remains been tested?If not yet,does the government have plans to?Thank you very much,aseverac!

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Re: Investigación Anastasia. Argentina
« Reply #50 on: June 12, 2005, 02:17:30 PM »
I know it noght not be possible,but I still find this very interesting.I have never heard about this claim,I'll have to learn more.

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Re: Investigación Anastasia. Argentina
« Reply #51 on: June 12, 2005, 02:17:42 PM »
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Re: Investigación Anastasia. Argentina
« Reply #52 on: June 17, 2005, 03:10:57 PM »
Anastasia_R, if you need to correct your message that you've already submitted you can click on the modify button: (see below)
(you can find this button on the upper right hand side of the any messages in a thread)
Once you click it, it will take you to your message, where you can edit, or fix any spelling errors, and add any information that you forgot  :)

Hope this helps   :)

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Re: Investigación Anastasia. Argentina
« Reply #53 on: January 28, 2006, 09:40:55 PM »
Anastasia to Olga to Alix.  This is the way the woman describes her physical appearance as it changed from youth to adulthood.  If this were true, than she would have been morphing her bone structure continually for years.  While the three women (AOA) were related and did bear some similarities there were striking differences between them.  I could understand the claimant saying that she had Anastasia's eyes and Alix's nose or something like that but saying that she looked exactly like each one of them?  Impossible.
Hindsight is 20/20.  When the myopic haze of of the present is lifted by the march of time we see it clearly as the past.  Sociology, psychology, anthropology.  They are all means of understanding that which came before.  History cannot stand alone.