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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #15 on: July 24, 2008, 12:15:39 AM »
Anastasia Romonov had fine refined lips but Anna Anderson had the sort of lips lips that remidned me of the autobahn on a wet wednesday.



Hahahahahahahaha.... that's hilarious. And true.

When I was twelve the first two books I got on the Romanovs were those on Anna Anderson and even then I knew she was a lunatic.

What makes Anna Anderson so annoying is the people who fight for her royal title.
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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #16 on: July 24, 2008, 05:14:05 AM »

What makes Anna Anderson so annoying is the people who fight for her royal title.

...which also has made (and stiill continues to make) the whole AA controversy a royal pain in the butt for all concerned.

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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #17 on: July 24, 2008, 06:53:16 AM »
that anna anderson boils my blood >:(  how could anyone believe a polish factory worker was a russian princess!

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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #18 on: July 24, 2008, 11:02:28 AM »
that anna anderson boils my blood >:(  how could anyone believe a polish factory worker was a russian princess!

Easy.   It happens all the time.  How else could an unemployed artist and paperhanger become the dictator of Germany.  There are many other examples around......

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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #19 on: July 24, 2008, 11:06:32 AM »
that anna anderson boils my blood >:(  how could anyone believe a polish factory worker was a russian princess!

Easy.   It happens all the time.  How else could an unemployed artist and paperhanger become the dictator of Germany.  There are many other examples around......

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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #20 on: August 03, 2008, 02:21:27 PM »
Please allow me to spell out the problem with your argument.

D.N.A.

I for one find the tone of your post offensive.

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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #21 on: August 03, 2008, 03:13:01 PM »
Please allow me to spell out the problem with your argument.
D.N.A.
I for one find the tone of your post offensive.

i'm guessing you mean my ealier post. im sorry if it offened or upset you.

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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #22 on: August 03, 2008, 04:53:16 PM »
No Tom it was not you. There was a new member who posted on every thread that the FA was nuts and that Maria had survived. I posted and also sent a message to the FA and the messages were deleted as was the account of the poster. Therefore my post was the response to the one about Maria and was nothing to do with you at all and I am sorry that you thought it did. 
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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #23 on: August 04, 2008, 03:39:08 AM »
thanks for clearing that up michael,

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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #24 on: December 02, 2012, 08:50:00 PM »
Know topic has not been touched on very recently, but have found article by Baroness Sophie Buxhoeveden's meeting with Anderson: (my very apologies is long)

“When she heard us enter the room, she hid herself under the cover to hide herself from our stares, and we were not able to get her to show us her face….After asking my companions to move away from the bed a little, I tried to attract the young woman’s attention as I caressed her hair and speaking to her in English while using the types of phrases I would have used while speaking with the Grand Duchesses, but I did not refer to her by any name other than ‘Darling’. She did not reply and I saw that she did not understand a word of what I had said, for when she raised the cover after a certain period of time, and I saw her face, there was nothing in her eyes which showed she had recognized me. The eyes and forehead showed some resemblance to the Grand Duchess Tatiana Nicolaievna, resemblance that disappeared, nevertheless, as soon as her face was not covered. I had to remove the cover by force, and I saw that neither the nose, the mouth, nor the chin were formed like that of the Grand Duchess. The hair was lighter in color, some of her teeth were missing-and the remaining ones were not like those of the Grand Duchess…Her hands were also completely different, the fingers were longer and the nails narrower. I wanted to measure her height, but she refused, and I found it impossible to get an exact measurement without force. We judged roughly that in any case, she was smaller than me, while the Grand Duchess Tatiana was more than ten centimeters taller than me. I have been able to verify this, thanks to the patient’s official measurement at the time of her arrival at the hospital and that corresponded exactly with the one which was taken in my presence. I tried to awaken the memory of the young woman by all the possible means; I showed to her an ‘icon’, with the date of the Romanov jubilee, that the emperor had given to some persons of the suite, after that a ring that had belonged to the empress; the latter had been given to her in the presence of the Grand Duchess Tatiana. But none of these things seemed to evoke in her the slightest recognition. She remained completely indifferent, she whispered some incomprehensible words into Ms. Peuthert’s ear. Although I noted a certain similarity in the upper part of the face with the unknown -currently Mrs. Tschaikovski- with the Grand Duchess Tatiana, I am sure that she is not her. I later learned that the she supposes that she is the Grand Duchess Anastasia, but she does not physically resemble her in the least. She has none of the special characteristics that would allow any one who knew the Grand Duchess Anastasia well to identify her.”

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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #25 on: October 07, 2014, 07:31:30 AM »
There was this person who went by the user name of ChatNoir and they stubbornly insisted that Anastasia was not murdered with her family on July 17, 1918. Rather this person kept saying that Anna Anderson was, in fact, Anastasia. Of course, DNA has totally debunked that idea and proven that all the Romanovs were murdered that awful day. However, no matter I tried to tell ChatNoir this, this person wouldn't listen.

To this person, Anastasia survived and anyone who tried to say otherwise was an ignorant fool. In the end, I gave up. You can't win against people like this. Anastasia's ghost could materialize right in front of them and give a first hand account of her murder, and this clown still wouldn't believe it.
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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #26 on: October 07, 2014, 09:35:18 AM »
I came across Chat Noir on Amazon's website when King & Wilson's book on Anastasia came out. She was so determined not to listen to reason that I gave up.

To my eye AA did not look remotely like Anastasia, and, as Annie put it earlier in this thread, her story (particularly about her 'escape') had holes in it bigger than a semi-detached.

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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #27 on: October 07, 2014, 11:34:37 AM »


The one on the right doesn't become the one on the left without some type of plastic surgery.
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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #28 on: October 07, 2014, 05:21:58 PM »
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To my eye AA did not look remotely like Anastasia, and, as Annie put it earlier in this thread, her story (particularly about her 'escape') had holes in it bigger than a semi-detached.

Yeah, the two of them look nothing alike.  I think it was a case of people wanting to believe. 



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The one on the right doesn't become the one on the left without some type of plastic surgery.

Which would have been next to impossible in those primitive days.
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Re: Anna Anderson Annyonace
« Reply #29 on: October 08, 2014, 07:23:12 PM »
I came across Chat Noir on Amazon's website when King & Wilson's book on Anastasia came out. She was so determined not to listen to reason that I gave up.

To my eye AA did not look remotely like Anastasia, and, as Annie put it earlier in this thread, her story (particularly about her 'escape') had holes in it bigger than a semi-detached.

Ann

I know that ChatNoir has changed his mind about AA and now believes like most people that she was FS.  I know that from another site he used to write in.  So ofcourse we can change our minds as we learn and really want to learn when new facts appear.