GRAND DUKE MICHAEL ALEXANDROVICH: SEARCH FOR REMAINS UPDATE

 GRAND DUKE MICHAEL ALEXANDROVICH: SEARCH FOR REMAINS UPDATE   Presidential archives have been opened to the international group of researchers from SEARCH Foundation, Inc., who are looking for the remains of Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovich and his friend and secretary Nikolai Johnson. Both were murdered by a group of Bolsheviks…

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ROMANOV FAMILY: GRAND DUCHESS AND TSAREVICH REMAINS IN CUSTODY OF RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH

ROMANOV FAMILY: GRAND DUCHESS AND TSAREVICH REMAINS IN CUSTODY OF RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH   The Russian Orthodox Church (ROC) finally received custody of the remains of Tsarevich Alexei and Grand Duchess Maria Romanov. The location where they are currently being stored has been determined but will kept confidential. It is only known that the remains…

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Romanov Family Remains: Unique Photo of Exhumation

ROMANOV FAMILY REMAINS: UNIQUE PHOTO OF EXHUMATION OF ALEXANDER III   For those of you following the Romanov remains saga, this is a very unique photograph of the exhumation of the tomb of Tsar Alexander III at the St Peter & Paul Cathedral. Samples from Alexander III’s  remains will be compared to…

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ROMANOV FAMILY REMAINS UPDATE: SAMPLES FROM ALEXANDER III NOW IN POSSESSION OF SCIENTISTS

ROMANOV FAMILY REMAINS UPDATE: SAMPLES FROM ALEXANDER III NOW IN POSSESSION OF SCIENTISTS     Genetic samples from the remains of Tsar Alexander III have been transferred to several laboratories for comparison with the remains of his son Nicholas II. The remains of two younger children of the last Russian Tsar, Grand Duchess Maria…

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ROMANOV FAMILY: STREET WHERE THEY WERE MURDERED IN EKATERINBURG WILL BE RENAMED

ROMANOV FAMILY: STREET WHERE THEY WERE MURDERED IN EKATERINBURG WILL BE RENAMED   Members of the committee of the Ekaterinburg street naming decided to rename the street to Tsarskaya.  On this street once stood the house of engineer Ipatiev once stood – where the entire Russian imperial family and their servants had been murdered…

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ROMANOV FAMILY: TOMB OF ALEXANDER III WAS NOT PREVIOUSLY OPENED BY SOVIETS AFTER ALL.

  ROMANOV FAMILY: TOMB OF ALEXANDER III WAS NOT OPENED BY SOVIETS AFTER ALL. Earlier this week, the tomb of Tsar Alexander had once again been opened at the Peter & Paul Cathedral,  said a source familiar with the situation. Entrance to the Cathedral for the congregation was closed off and guarded by the police.…

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