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I am really satisfied with this thread because all of us have been able to convey our views on this topic.  I too believe that more investigation is required because the bodies of alexie and one of the girls are still missing and also the rest of the remains of the family members is still questionable because the russian orthodox church did not authorize the burial that took place in 1998.  

True.  But i still believe that the dowager empress  hoped that one of them had survived.

The Myth and Legends of Survivors / Re: Did any of the Romanovs survive?
« on: February 15, 2004, 07:40:53 AM »
If none of the romanovs survived then why is there so much mystery surrounding their death?

The Imperial Family / Re: What got you interested in the Romanovs?
« on: February 13, 2004, 03:54:59 AM »
The Romanovs have won many hearts and i am also one of the individuals who has felt the magnitude of the tradegy of their deaths.  Then their is the mystery attached to their deaths.  I first got interested in the Romanovs when i watched Nicholas and Alexandra and a mini series on Anastasia.  I also watched a few documentaries on History Channel.  Ever since then i have not been able to put them out of my mind.  Their lives have also been extraordinary and that continues to increase my interest in the Romanovs.  And ofcourse this forum and this website has provided me with so much information.  

What sort of a man was he? And how were his relations with Tsar Nicholas II.  In the movie Anastasia: the mystery of anna it was shown that Cyril met Anna Anderson.  Is this true?

This thread is going to combine all of those threads about people who actually knew the Imperial Family and Grand Duchess Anastasia, but who also met or refused to meet Anna Anderson.      Edited by Alixz 05/27/09

In the tv-movie on Anastasia: the Mystery of Anna it was shown that the dowager empress had expressed her desire to meet Anna Anderson but she died the next day.  Is this a true historical event?  Did the dowager empress make such a request?

Imperial Russian History / Paul I and Catherine the Great
« on: February 07, 2004, 07:16:44 AM »
What sort of relationship did Paul I have with his mother?  It is common knowledge that they did not get along with each other.  Was Paul I a good ruler?

Alexandra Feodorovna / Empress Alexandra and Maria Feodorovna
« on: February 07, 2004, 07:10:59 AM »
What sort of relationship did Empress Alexandra have with her mother-in-law?

Rulers Prior to Nicholas II / Empress Catherine II
« on: February 07, 2004, 06:59:32 AM »
What sort of a woman was she?  Historians have payed more attention to her love life than her achievements.  And how did she die?

The Russian Revolution / Re: Future of the Russian Government
« on: February 05, 2004, 02:07:43 AM »
Keeping the current economic situation of Russia in mind i dont think that the Russian monarchy will be restored.  

What sort of woman was she? She is considered one of the most tragic figures of European history.  What was her life like?  What sort of relations did she have with her son and his wife?  How did she live her life when her son and grandchildren died?

Rasputin / Re: Rasputin's Murder
« on: February 02, 2004, 01:10:03 AM »
It is possible because Rasputin was a clear danger and they could have been involved.  I am not sure about what benefit they will get out of it.

Alexandra Feodorovna / Re: Alexandra's Personality Traits - Good & Bad
« on: February 01, 2004, 03:19:50 AM »
Agreed.  But you cant rule out her believe in Rasputin because her weakness was her son Alexei and Rasputin knew that.  Though i too believe that she did not have a physical relationship with Rasputin but she was influenced by him.  She loved her husband with all her heart.  Rasputin was an evil man and he should've had a horrible death.  

The Myth and Legends of Survivors / Re: Anna Anderson and Anastasia
« on: February 01, 2004, 03:06:24 AM »
Anna Anderson also claimed to have knowledge about Anastasia's uncle Grand Duke Ernst of Hesse.  She said that he had visited Russia in 1916, when his country and Russia were at war.  This was denied by the Grand Duke but his stepson testified in court in 1966 that he knew that the Grank Duke had made that trip to Russia in total secrecy.  I mean how did Anna Anderson know about this trip.  

Well i have to say that i agree with Insight.  We need more evidence.  The Russian Orthrodox church did not authorize the burial of the Tsar in 1998 because they believed that the bodies been buried were not that of the Tsar and his family.  I mean to me this says a lot and therefore more evidence is required.  Anything could have happened, it was chaos and confusion at that time.  I dont have any evidence to prove my statement but i still believe that more evidence is required so that the missing bodies of the 2 can be found.

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