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Maria Nicholaievna / big pictures Maria
« on: May 07, 2009, 08:20:56 AM »
Have you big photos of Maria Nicholaievna? Thank you!!! :)

Can you post her photos?

I read her book a while back when I was younger and it brought me to tears. I believed she was the "real" Anastasia until my brain smacked me one and woke me up.
Here are some pictures of her:

In the book of Eugenia Smith there are other photos?

The Myth and Legends of Survivors / Re: Photos of Claimants
« on: April 09, 2009, 02:40:28 PM »

This picture shows  up on search engines and traces back here. It is from the Guy Richards book "Hunt for the Czar" in which the author claims the picture is of AA/FS as a child. Is it really her? Where did he get this? It looks like it could be her little. It looks like it was cut from a larger family photo, standing next to a woman in a similar dress. It could be that there are many more pictures of FS before she became AA out there and we just don't have them. Does anyone know how Richards obtained this photo?
is not Anna Anderson

Having Fun! / Re: An alternative final.
« on: March 07, 2009, 08:29:39 AM »
       The heavy rain had finally set in a little while after the bodies were put inside the truck. The guards, already confident everybody was dead, went away, not minding to post a sentry near the truck.
       Suddenly, Maria woke up from the terrible “sleep” she had. She was lying aside her lifeless sister Tatya. She can’t believe what she saw on her clothes..Blood. She searched Tatya’s wrist and laid her hand on it, hoping there was still the pulse. Tears began to descend her cheeks when she found out it wasn’t there anymore. She searched Olga’s, Anastasia’s and others’ wrists, hoping there was still somebody breathing. To her shock, she found out she was the only one. Beyond her unwillingness, she struggled to unbind herself among those she loved. The rain was still pouring so hardly that she can’t move well. The light was entirely gulped by darkness. She saw no one from the corners of the deserted house where she used to have her family alive for the last time.
“Goodbye my Papa, Mama, Olya, Tatya, Nastya, Alyosha. It’s sad to leave but I have to.”
Tears from her eyes were overwhelmed by the heaven’s tears. She touched Nastya’s pallid face and sobbed heavily. She can’t take it anymore. She ran away swiftly and carefully, to the exit she hoped to find. She saw the gate of the Ipatiev house thrown open. She sneaked at the corners once more. Seeing none was there, she successfully went out. She ran as fast as she could, gathering her strength from the faces she saw last.
“ Run, Mashka, run…Don’t let them catch you.”
She ran and ran until she found the hope she was looking for….

Continues later. I’m sorry for the still-so-sad ending and the wrong grammar I used to have always. .

Good!!!! Your story are  beautiful!!!

The Myth and Legends of Survivors / Re: Photos of Claimants
« on: March 02, 2009, 01:05:06 PM »
Thank you!!!

Having Fun! / Re: The most beautiful Grand Duchess
« on: March 02, 2009, 11:47:50 AM »
I changed my mind ... I believe that the Grand Duchess Maria is more beautiful. Tatiana but still my favorite!

Having Fun! / Re: An alternative final.
« on: February 28, 2009, 10:35:23 AM »
OMG! I swear! is a beautiful thing! This story almost cry! is beautiful!
You should do the writer! This story should become famous! is simply perfect!
If I could give one vote and the highest score was 10, I will give you 10! Excellent! Congratulations!
And your english is perfect!

The Myth and Legends of Survivors / Re: Photos of Claimants
« on: February 28, 2009, 09:53:35 AM »
Which photos are new to you?

Having Fun! / Re: The most beautiful Grand Duchess
« on: February 28, 2009, 07:50:08 AM »
   i  love this photos!

Having Fun! / Re: An alternative final.
« on: February 28, 2009, 05:47:06 AM »
Thank you!!!!!!

Having Fun! / Re: An alternative final.
« on: February 27, 2009, 03:27:01 AM »
King Nicholas II abdicated. Russia no longer had a king who ruled. Subsequently, the Romanov family, composed of Nicholas II, Alexandra, Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia and Alexei, was exiled from Tobosk with some member of servitude. In 1918 the family moved to the village of Ekaterinburg, at home Ipatiev. The revolutionary soldiers, who watched from morning to evening the Romanovs, who were deciding what to make of the prisoners. On the morning of 15 July 1918 soldiers freed Romanov. It was then that the imperial family returned to their residence in Pietrogrado. The first to marry all the daughters of the Tsar was Maria who, according to Anastasia, had intended to have 20 children. Maria then married a count named Lorenzo Corcione and, almost as an estimate of Anastasia, Maria and Lorenzo had 19 children. Then it was the turn of Olga who was married with a simple populate named Antoni Neme Sergio. They had one daughter named Alexandra. In 1932 Alexei was a love story with  Franziska Schankzoska, a Polish peasant. The love story ended early because Alexei suspected that his girlfriend had mental imbalances.  But no one gave Alexei won and married to a certain Federica Masturzo. The couple had 6 children: the first name of Pietro, the second Tatiana, Anastasia, the third, fourth Nicola, fifth Maria and sixth Alexandra. Alexei died unexpectedly in 1999! Whole family Alexei was convinced that would have died at the age of 21 years. Returning to 1928: Anastasia married a painter named Nicholas Anbrecysh. They had three daughters, Tatiana, Maria and Olga.  In 1929, Tatiana married a merchant of Kazan, named Stweart Head. Unfortunately Stweart heart was sick and died only two years the marriage. So, Tatiana, married a scientific name james Keniy and had 2 children: Joseph and Caylli.

I know this story is horrible! Sorry for my horrible English!

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