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But wouldn't the tsar been abel to change the law and make Olga hair after wasn't the tsar really the law. His word where law but maby it was more difficult to change a law even for a tsar. But i do think if she had been hair if it was possible and the law was as she would have been hair. And she did became empress of Russia i think she would been a good empress


Jebidiah,

You need to relax and lose the attitude. Your English is terrible at best, so do not tell someone to "get lost", which is rude, more so when that person is correct.

Specifically:

But wouldn't the tsar been abel (INCORRECT ENGLISH AND BAD SPELLING. Correct is "have been able") to change the law and make Olga hair (INCORRECT SPELLING. Correct is "heir")after wasn't the tsar really the law (MAKES NO SENSE IN ENGLISH). His word where law(MAKES NO SENSE IN ENGLISH. Do you mean perhapes "His word was the law"?) but maby (THE WORD IS SPELLED "MAYBE")it was more difficult to change a law even for a tsar. But i do think if she had been hair (HAIR IS THE STUFF ON TOP OF YOUR HEAD. YOU MEAN "HEIR") if it was possible and the law was as she would have been hair (THIS SENTENCE MAKES NO SENSE IN ENGLISH). And she did became empress of Russia (FIRST YOU MEAN "BECOME" NOT "BECAME". AND NO SHE NEVER DID BECOME EMPRESS.) i think she would been (INCORRECT! YOU MEAN "SHE WOULD HAVE BEEN") a good empress.

Do you see our point Jebidiah? You can not even write one paragraph in English that makes sense.  We have many many users who do not speak English well, and most are grateful to be corrected.  Your English is awful, you might open your mind and learn instead of being rude.




I would love to see you spell Norwegian perfectly

She wasn't saying she could speak "Norwegian perfectly." She was just trying to point out some things that has been going on in this thread and in your post as well. I alway's would really apprcited if you stop these random remarks like this to other memberes.

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The Final Chapter / Re: should anastasia and her siberlings have died
« on: December 11, 2008, 04:19:11 PM »
Sadly, my mom thinks they deserved it. I asked her why, and she said, "They lived in such luxury that I can't feel sorry for them about anything. And I'll bet those kids were never punished for anything they did." I told her that it wasn't as wonderful as she thought. Yes, it was very luxurious, but I mentioned that they slept in camp cots, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia got hand me down clothes from Olga, and they got a small allowance in which they were expected to give some to charity. They were also punished for things they did wrong. My mom still kept her opinion. But even if their beds had been made of gold, they never got punished, and got new clothes everyday, they still wouldn't have deserved death.

My father is like that. So i don`t speak to him anymore.

What? Are you serious? Over that matter? My father too does not like the romanov's but I still do have interesting conservations with him. I mean you shouldn't close your mind off to him like that.

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But wouldn't the tsar been abel to change the law and make Olga hair after wasn't the tsar really the law. His word where law but maby it was more difficult to change a law even for a tsar. But i do think if she had been hair if it was possible and the law was as she would have been hair. And she did became empress of Russia i think she would been a good empress


Please check over your grammer and spelling  before making a post, most likely not. The tsar was set in his ways by keeping the traddition one of the reasons the revolution started.  Having a women on the throne would proably the be the last thing on Nicholas brain patteren. James_Davidov said it and describe this scarino the best. -I have bad spelling too, sorry- Theoritcally he could changed the law, but let's just say it easier said then done.

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I know. But I'm speaking excactly of his grandmother, Marie Alexandrovna/
In spelling - I think the Nicholas mother's name is spelt like Maria Feodorovna


It's right, I never trust my spelling. But the women your speaking of the one who was a "saint" was that Nicholas mother?

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The Final Chapter / Re: Murder or execution?
« on: December 11, 2008, 10:28:54 AM »
It was murder, for me. In Yurovsky's eyes, it was execution.


 I think that's the best way to put it.

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No, it is almost impossible.  Lenin did not order the executions, the Ural Soviet did,


Why do you spred lies like that. We all know that Lenin did give the order

That wasn't really nescarrey by the way, also she is right as well.

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Also, the family arleady had a heir before Alexis birth to take over the throne when Nicholas died. -Don't have the names right now, notes are at home-

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I wonder why Nicholas didn't try to change the law after Alix had Anastasia, when they were both frustrated at not having a son. I realize it wasn't as easy as just saying, "Girls can be the heir now," but you'd think he'd have at least tried it, especially after it was obvious Aleksey was sick.


Why Anastasia? That would be unbelivable silly. If he was going to do somthing like that it would had been his first born. Also Nicholas was too a beliver in the power of prayer. His full hope was one day his son to become a heir, also Nicholas would proably never would think that too. "Girls can be the heir now" espically in the later years.

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Poor Marie!
There's not much known about her. She was really saint!
And her marriage on Alexander was not a question of politics, just a sign of fate (let me be fatalistic).


Are we speaking of the same Marie? The mother to Nicholas? That Marie?

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Olga Nicholaievna / Re: Olga born late?
« on: November 27, 2008, 07:22:37 PM »
Well, alot of women during that time time period was put to sleep during birthing process.

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Sorry for go topic off, but in that 1894 diary, Sarushka, Alexandra described her wedding day----something she wore white wedding-dress, what was strange for her(she wore black dresses), because she was depressive, cause many deaths in her family. Am I right?

Of course, come back to topic.  :)

Well she very well couldn't have worn black to her wedding. So many looked down upon the wedding since it was in such close time to Tsa Alexander III's death. And she didn't wear black because she was depressive. It was because mourning black was customary.

Yes, the royal court of the women was post to wear black for a year. I also belive the people took this as one of many "bad omens."

Indeed! Same with Nicky going to the ball held by the French. They all thought because of what happened in the filed...that he shouldnt go and he didn anyways. =[


Nicholas and Alexander did not whish to go the ball, but there adviors inisit on going. One of the reason is it would had looked bad for the russian court. They did not want to lose the French as an ally, the peasnts thought they were dancing for the deaths of the fallen. In reality it was the opposite, they had no choice.

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I really know nothing of this book, or how it got started extratered extratered. Does anyone know about it?

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Proably potty training, I was still kid.

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Having Fun! / Re: Do you know anybody that hates the Romanovs
« on: November 25, 2008, 07:23:05 AM »
Oops sorry about "ingles" word. No, I'm not spanish but espanol my 1st lanuage

Well, Spanish means 'espanol' =).
Aleksandr- I think if you answer the first question, and if you give your opinion, you 'implicity' answer the second question too.
No matter if my friends don't like what I am interested in... And if I have friends who don't like the Romanovs ( I don't mean friends who really 'hates' them) if they know a bit about the Romanovs History, it could be a very interesting discussion. All what I want is respect from my interest. (I don't need more.)

No, Oops I mean I speak espanol as 1st lanuage... But Spanish is not my nationaitly. 

Also, I never thought of it like that way. I can see how it might have it good advangtes. But... I have a feeling if they hate the Romanov's. chance's are, it's not going to be based on facts. Slanders and lies and hardly any sympathetic for the victims. Proably hitting below the bellt for debates go... Again I know I'm judging right now, Sorry. I hope I didn't offend anyone. But I do hope one day I will meet somone with oppesing views to the romanov's to prove me wrong about my pre-idear of there character. Again I'm really sorry.

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Sorry for go topic off, but in that 1894 diary, Sarushka, Alexandra described her wedding day----something she wore white wedding-dress, what was strange for her(she wore black dresses), because she was depressive, cause many deaths in her family. Am I right?

Of course, come back to topic.  :)

Well she very well couldn't have worn black to her wedding. So many looked down upon the wedding since it was in such close time to Tsa Alexander III's death. And she didn't wear black because she was depressive. It was because mourning black was customary.

Yes, the royal court of the women was post to wear black for a year. I also belive the people took this as one of many "bad omens."

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