Author Topic: Leonid Sednev  (Read 169900 times)

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LifeOfJudaism

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #315 on: September 09, 2010, 06:48:07 PM »
I don't wish to argue, but i would like you to tell me why he couldn't have. Thank you

Dust_of_History

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #316 on: September 09, 2010, 06:55:01 PM »
Because, the Ipatiev House was not accessible for him. After the murders the house was long locked up and later used as a museum. Nobody was murdered there after 1918. 

LifeOfJudaism

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #317 on: September 09, 2010, 06:57:28 PM »
Ok thank you, i'll have to look this over.

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #318 on: October 17, 2010, 04:37:48 PM »
Well, im sorry to say, given my limited level of knowledge i would have to agree with Dust of history, all evidence seems to be to the contrary of leonid dying in iaptiev house, however i love to be challeneged and or proven wrong and would encourage you LifeOfJudaism to do more research into this. as i would dearly love to hear your results. its an interesting question.
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Dust_of_History

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #319 on: October 18, 2010, 08:16:11 AM »
I'm fairly sure that there won't be any results. It is difficult enough to even get general information on Sednev, that's why I think it is impossible for LifeOfJudaism to prove such a statement. Furthermore, we need a genuine proof and not one of those very dubious sources. I'm afraid such a source is almost impossible to find.

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #320 on: October 21, 2010, 08:05:23 PM »
i agree, i would be genuinely surprised if a verifible source arose. But if LifeOfJudaism chooses to give it shot, i for one will be eager to his/her results be they verifiable or not.
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aleksandr pavlovich

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #321 on: October 21, 2010, 09:51:26 PM »
Yes, "Ausmanov," a NUMBER of us who have followed this thread, would VERY much like to have additional verifiable/documented information re Leonid Sednev!  If the poster that you mentioned in your Reply# 317, DOES respond (with hopefully new and relevant information on Leonid Sednev), I for one, will be certain to read it with interest.  
                                                                                                               Best regards,  AP.  
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Dust_of_History

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #322 on: October 22, 2010, 06:29:15 AM »
Yes, it would indeed be great to find additional information on Sednev. But I do not consider LifeOfJudaism trustworthy. He/She posted things which were obviously false and I think the only reason why he/she posted "I'll have to look it over" was that he/she was running out of arguments. Even if LifeOfJudaism shows up again with a "result", I doubt that I will believe him/her. I remain more than skeptical.

aleksandr pavlovich

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #323 on: October 22, 2010, 08:07:04 AM »
Re Reply # 319:  IMO, I firmly agree, "Dust_of_History". That is why I mentioned the need for submission of "verifiable/documented," as well as relevant material. While the board shows that he is still apparently a registered member, he has posted no contributions on the Sednev subject since the last one that you mentioned, that of September 9.  Parenthetically, though I have no official recognition of such, it is my impression that he is involved with another, far smaller forum as "TinyJrLeshka" which caters to the "I feel that I have the past life memories of XXXXX" approach. If indeed these two ARE the same, "Tiny" believes himself to be embodied with the "memories" of none other than Leonid Sednev! IF this were so, then he could actually answer his OWN questions! My inquiries into such and the PARTIAL (and incorrect) responses received are documented in Posts # 165 and 179 on this thread.  
    Good to hear from you again, "DoH" !  AP.
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Dust_of_History

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #324 on: October 22, 2010, 09:48:17 AM »
Hello AP,

yes, I'm finally back. I moved house and the last few weeks have been the most stressful ones in my whole life. :-)

I think the whole "I have the past life memories of xxxxx"-thing is quite problematic and annoying. Such a forum (and its members) can't be taken seriously (I don't know if LifeOfJudaism is a member but it wouldn't be surprising). I mean, here are so many excellent historians and even they haven't found any detailed information about Sednev's death so far. So how could a person like LifeOfJudaism who wrote obviously false things have any verifiable information on Sednev's death? I dare say it's impossible. For me LifeOfJudaism has lost all of his/her credibility.

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #325 on: August 04, 2011, 07:17:32 PM »
Still retaining my interest (among other topics) relative to Leonid I. Sednev, I wish to come "up-to-date" on two points re the subject:

!.)  Someone apparently relatively recently, has posted on "Wikipedia," a brief and somewhat curious biography of the so-called "Kitchen Boy." While the usual salient (and sometimes disputed) points are quickly re-hashed, a stand-out error occurs:   " He served with his father, Ivan Dimitryevich Sednev, a child lackey."
      The "Ivan Dimitriyevich Sednev, a child lackey" to whom this article refers was Leonid's UNCLE.  His particular charge was to accompany the grandduchesses, as K. Nargony did for the Heir. As is well-known, for their work/association with the Imperial Family, both  K. Nargony and I. Sednev lost their lives.  Those interested may read back through this thread for more.

2.)  As some of you know, it was my intention to again make another enjoyable trip to Russia in September, including Leonid's native oblast.  I had hoped that my son (fluent in Russian, MUCH moreso than I) would be able to accompany me. However, he has just accepted a more rewarding (and enjoyable, according to him!) change in his occupational field, thus understandably cannot take a few weeks' leave to travel.  We will look forward to replanning, in due time after he has gained experience.

     From time to time, I will still peruse sources for new information, but at this point they remain "thin", to the point of non-existence!

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TsarAlexeiII

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #326 on: August 05, 2011, 02:58:25 PM »
I wonder if Sednev was the inspiration for Dmitri "the kitchen boy" in the children's movie Anastasia.

aleksandr pavlovich

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #327 on: August 05, 2011, 03:26:28 PM »
Have no idea.  I have never seen the 1997 Fox animated musical film.  Regards,  AP.
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Sunny

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #328 on: August 13, 2011, 03:12:54 PM »
I've always seen his last name written as SEDNEV, but recently i found "Sednyov" in The last diary of Tsaritsa Aleksandra" (the edition with Massie's introduction). I bet this is the translitteration for Sednëv, so it would be a question of wrong letter; but since pronunciation changes a lot, does anyone have idea of the truth?

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Re: Leonid Sednev
« Reply #329 on: August 13, 2011, 03:14:08 PM »
I wonder if Sednev was the inspiration for Dmitri "the kitchen boy" in the children's movie Anastasia.

I've wondered so for a long time!