The identity of Romanov family remains is not the only controversial subject in the headlines these days. Another Romanov tsar, Alexander I, is also the subject of a renewed identity controversy.
Having recently examined original writings, President of Russian Graphology Society Svetlana Semyonova stated that the handwriting of Tsar Alexander I and that of the “Holy Staretz” Feodor Kuzmich of Tomsk has “absolute similarity” and belong to the same person . How legitimate is this conclusion? The answer to this question comes from Alexander Arkhangelsky, a Ph.D. and author of the biography of Alexander I.