The sites listed in this category deal with persons, and their descendants, who claim to have survived the assassination of the Imperial family in July 1918 at Impatiev House in Ekaterinburg. In particular, these persons generally claim to be the Tsarevich Alexei or the Grand Duchess Anastasia, whose bodies were not among those recovered and reburied in 1998. They have been separated out from the other sites on the Romanov family because the family does not recognize their claims as legitimate, nor is there conclusive evidence to support their claims.
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Introduction to the Russian revolutions and the Romanov family. What happened to the family in 1917 and 1918. The butchery of Ekaterinburg. The story of Anna Anderson. (Site in English and French.)
Article supporting the claim that Anna Anderson was in reality the Grand Duchess Anastasia.
Anastasia Romanov and Anna Anderson
Article on Anna Andersen, who claimed to be the Grand Duchess Anastasia.
Anastasia: The Unmasking Of Anna Anderson
Explaining how Anna Anderson, who claimed to be the Grand Duchess Anastasia, was identified as being Franziska Schanzkowska.
HIH Alexei Romanov
The Spala Crisis of 1912. John Kendrick examines the case of the Tsarevich Alexei's haemophilia, and concludes that Heino Tammet was really the Tsarevich.
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