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Forum Announcements / Re: Tsar Nicholas II and Royal Family Rehabliitated
« on: October 17, 2008, 12:54:10 AM »
all i know is this is excellent news.
after all murder is murder, no matter what.

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Tsarevich Alexei Nicholaievich / Re: Memorial
« on: April 22, 2008, 08:45:21 AM »
a beutiful idea...
we must do what we think right to honour our hero's, mentors, idols and family in a way appropriate and correct tof their wishes....
i know i shall build one of these im my back yard...

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i beleive it's probably anastsias body missing.
anyway,
wow
just wow.
excellent knew, in a way.

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The Alexander Palace / Re: 3D Alexander Palace
« on: July 19, 2007, 07:18:01 AM »
wow...
just wow...
you are incredible.

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Tsarevich Alexei Nicholaievich / Re: The Crisis at Spala
« on: July 01, 2007, 02:51:05 AM »
he was probably still in pain or discomfort from it, maybe just still sore.

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The dog was hardly going to be able to be proclaimed Tsar or Tsarina as a challenger to the  Bolsheviks. It's pretty easy to see why it survived.
good point
but even then, why wouldn't they kill it afterwards?
bizzare

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Tsarevich Alexei Nicholaievich / Re: More Pics of Aleksey
« on: May 12, 2007, 07:26:53 AM »


i found it on wiki, iv'e never seen it before but it's apperantly the last photo taken which is odd seeing as iv'e seen other photo's with that same title.

as for pushing her into the water, sound fun, and imagine having a tub that big :)

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Tsarevich Alexei Nicholaievich / Re: Smoking
« on: May 12, 2007, 07:23:14 AM »
i doubt it
but either way, you would be suprised at the number of young people that smoke, so as has been said, if he didn't  actually smoke it was probably because of an age issue.

and as has also been said, smoking was the norm back then, alo of people did it.

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Tsarevich Alexei Nicholaievich / Re: The Crisis at Spala
« on: April 26, 2007, 06:58:23 AM »
yes but cocaine was quite common back then, a suprising amount of now illicit drugs were, actually cocaine was i believe a painkiller.
it's just like opium and many others, i can assure you, one day we will find out that a common ingredient used today is dangerous, addictive, or something else, it always happens, case and points
cigarettes.

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yes i agree!!!
and remember there were boyonettes, along with being shot in the head, shot everwhere else, and stabbed!
i highley doubt that a boy at his age with hemophellia (sp) could have survived that!

true, the gaurds were probably to scared to notice anything, but that doesn't explain the missing body!
i mean... if the body did fall out of the truck, and it was mine was dug up 3 days after
the body wasn't completely decomposed of yet? so they must have seen some bones or somthing.

didn't they bury the corpse in a different part?

something abouth trying to get rid of the body by using acid, but it failed

which if buried elsewhere, even with acid on it, the bones may have broken down faster, thus making it harder to find.

who knows, as i already said, the communist are not exactly known for being particuarly kind or thruthful.

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they would have aimed for the adults first, that and if he is sitting, they are standing, even if he is tall it's not unlikely he would have survived, even if for a few minutes at most, the unfortunate likely hood is that  second volley was quite possible, even as more of a precaution.
even from a more scientific veiwpoint, the noises may have been bodily reactions to a sudden death.
it's know for the body to release air and so on (exhale) after death, the jumpy guards may have mistaken that for signs of life.
as unpleasent as the whole matter is...

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by his age (nearly 14) he would have had fairly strong bones, if he was 8 or 9 that would be more realistic, but at that age, bones are quite strong, even for someone whom might not be full strength.
anyway, wasn't he nearly as tall as his father, as such im sure his remains would probably remain.
anyway, the fact remains, a hemopheliac is unlikely to survive gunshots, especially to the head, as for not trusting the accounts, not that suprising, the communist's were horrible liars.

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Tsarevich Alexei Nicholaievich / Re: Commemoration of Anniversary of Birth
« on: December 17, 2006, 03:58:14 AM »
yes quite.

he was a human, albiet a remarkable one, i think that is one fact that can be said,

alex


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it's unlikely to have made him infertile.
most people (particuarly when younger) have the problem self corrected eventually.
but as for implacations, who knows?

cya

alex

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Tsarevich Alexei Nicholaievich / Re: Alexei's Teddybear.
« on: October 10, 2006, 08:11:33 AM »
sorry

anyway, i would say it's unlikely, unless you are able to find the show, or go to a muesuem about the family.
otherwise check ebay or historical shops to do with the romanovs, i would look for it on specialist sites, maybe russian ones based in Alexander palace or thereabouts.


cya

alex

P.S i check on ebay for you (and google) on ebay apart from some some photos on ebay there was othing so yeah.

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