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Rasputin / Re: Was Rasputin a homosexual?
« on: January 04, 2013, 09:29:52 AM »
Thank you for your quick reply! I read and heard a lot about Rasputin's attraction to women, too.

Rasputin / Was Rasputin a homosexual?
« on: January 04, 2013, 09:04:38 AM »
Is there any proof for Rasputin beeing bi- or homosexual? The other day I watched a documentary about Rasputin on youtube where Orlando Fidges stated that he might had had a sexual relationship with Felix Yusupov. The writer Asta Scheib was spinning an alike plot in her book "Frost und Sonne" about the Yusupov family and Rasputin.
Are there any files or documents which proof this theory?

Rasputin / Re: The Golovina
« on: November 10, 2010, 06:30:47 PM »
Thank you fpr the pics, lilianna!

Alexandra Feodorovna / Re: Did Alexandra Have Other Lovers?
« on: March 30, 2010, 07:13:26 AM »
A precise anwser to a precise question.
Can't see what's wrong about it? It's a fact that there were and still are these rumours around. It's a part of history. And for me it's seems pretty ok to talk about it. Of course with respect and the intention to find the truth.

Alexandra Feodorovna / Re: Did Alexandra Have Other Lovers?
« on: March 30, 2010, 04:04:43 AM »
Maybe some members have a different definition of good taste!

The (im)possible intimate relation between AF / OTMA and Rasputin was part of the nasty propaganda against the IF. So far it is of historical interest for me. I'am not interested in the "dirty details".

Having Fun! / Re: Ha! Ha! Ha! They've got it sooooo wrong!
« on: March 30, 2010, 02:01:12 AM »
I wish that the members of this forum would show greater maturity than this.

The purpose of the site in question was likely, as the web address says, to show history through the eyes of those who lived it. Had you read the article, you would've found the author quite knowledgeable about the events surrounding the execution, and then proceeded to relay the account of Paul Medvedev. That was the entire purpose of the article. The photo? A mere illustration to draw the attention of the reader.

Given, it would have been appreciated if the author/web designer/whoever had done the photo had done some simple research in photo identification. The 1913 series has been labelled time and time again. However one does make mistakes.  As well, I have read in many places that Olga was 23 at the time of the executions, from fansites created by users like us, but I do not point them out and mock them on a simple error.

Who, therefore, is "unprofessional" here? The one who misidentified people in a photo, or the person who pointed it out in a public forum with the title "They got it soooo wrong!"?

Take this error and do as we all do when a mistake is made - laugh and move on.

Forgive my intrusion. I simply wished to express how I felt.

I absolutely agree with you! Thank you for putting it this way. I'am sorry, but sometimes I feel here lika in a kingergarten.

Alexandra Feodorovna / Re: Did Alexandra Have Other Lovers?
« on: March 30, 2010, 12:58:20 AM »
That would be censorship indeed, we must not be precious about things however distasteful we may personally find them. The ongoing fascination with AF and Rasputin, is of historical intrest. It all nonsense of course but new comers to this story of tumultuous change and an epoch full of historical giants need to be able to discuss why AF would not and did not have lovers. We should also remember that Saints are human being elevated by God because of there suffering and defense of faith usually. AF was a flesh and blood women, a sinner like all of us, then a devoted mother, then an Empress Consort and finally a saint and martyr!! You may wish to change the order according to you opinion of her. I have a soft spot for AF, I like to think I understand her a little.

But we must be free to discuss whatever we need to, free expression of views and opinions!!! We must also accept that others may not agree with us at all.

Thank you I agree with you! In my opinion nor the subject nor the way it's talked about here is distasteful.

For me AF is not so much a martyr, but a person of historical interest.

Nicholas II / Re: Tsar Nicholas II's personal guard
« on: March 29, 2010, 09:59:35 AM »
I wonder what happened to all these soldiers during the Revolution? Did they die in WWI? As far as I know many of them were from noble families. Didn't they try to defend Zarskoje Selo?

Nicholas II / Re: Nicholas II's opinion of Grigory Rasputin
« on: March 24, 2010, 06:33:36 PM »
To come back to this topic. Did Nikolas II write in his letters to his wife or others what he thougt of Rasputin and his advices? As far as I know he ignored most of it and was fed up with Rasputin in 1916. Please correct me, if that's wrong.

Rasputin / Re: The Golovina
« on: March 23, 2010, 11:34:25 PM »
Are there any photografs of Munya Golovina?

Alexandra Feodorovna / Re: Did Alexandra Have Other Lovers?
« on: March 23, 2010, 06:30:26 PM »
We know Nicholas II

( and maby Rasputin )

Anybody else who was her lover ?


Please be more respectful with your questions - "she" happened to have been the former Empress, Alexandra Fyodorovna.

Despite the numerous salacious rumors that seem to continue to this day, there was no physical relationship between the former Empress and Grigorii Rasputin.



in my opinion "she" shows not a lack of respect.

But I agree with you. Alexandra Feodorowna had no interest in other men than her husband. And besides she hardly had the possibility to have any secret love affair after her marriage. The stories about her sexual relation with Rasputin were just nasty slander and gossip comparable to what was said about Marie Antoinette over hundred years before.

The Imperial Family / Re: Costume Ball 1903
« on: March 21, 2010, 06:30:32 PM »
Is there a list with all attendants of the ball?

And why did Maria Feodorowna not attend? Does anybody know something about it? Was she still mourning and not allowed to go to balls, because she was widowed?

Their World and Culture / Re: Post-Mortem pictures
« on: March 21, 2010, 05:22:25 PM »
Thank you very much for posting them! They look quite peaceful.

Their World and Culture / Re: Post-Mortem pictures
« on: March 20, 2010, 09:40:30 PM »
Has anyone deathpictures of Russian royalty and can please post them here?

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