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Special File Kremlin: Anna-Anastasia: (in Russian) [Russisch] [Taschenbuch]

Boris Romanov

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16. Oktober 2013
SPECIAL FILE KREMLIN: ANNA-ANASTASIA Anna Anderson was the best known pretender for the role of the rescued Anastasia - Russian royal family's youngest daughter. Discussions about Anna Anderson and about the murder of Nicholas's II family is still going on - so far there is not even consensus on whether all members of the royal family were killed on the night of July 17, 1918, or only Nicholas II and heir Alexei. Published so far book about Anna Anderson tells about her life after 1920 - in Germany and the USA. However, until now, have not been nearly unknown details of her life from 17 July 1918 until 17 February 1920, when she was rescued by police from the Landwehr Canal in Berlin after a suicide attempt. Only in recent years, new data - primarily because of the Ekaterinburg researcher Vladimir Momot. The proposed book is a work of art, but much of what is told there about Anna Tchaikovsky (Anderson) - the truth. In this book the first time set out the circumstances (version) of Anastasia's rescue from the Ipatiev House, the details of her stay (along with Alexander Tchaikovsky, her savior) in Kamenetz-Podolsk, where birth of their son was, and about her trip out Russia to Romania in November 1919, before the fall of the city under Reds. The book contains six interwoven storylines: 1. history of salvation of Anastasia and her destiny 2. the life story of her son (in the book he is named George Tsarev) 3. history of tsar's contributions to the Bank of England, 4. history of manuscripts (prophecies) of monk Abel and Seraphim Sarovsky 5. Adventures of our Russian contemporaries (Nikolai Tsarev, Olga and Sergey and others). And (6-th storyline) the attempts of secret services of the USSR (KGB), Russia (FSB) and the UK (MI-5) to find the keys to the tsar's deposits in London and monitor these bank deposits. In this case, only the 5-th and partly 6-th storylines are purely artistic (fiction). In all other, the known facts are complemented by the reconstruction of the author. The names of some of real personalities and destinies are changed in the book. At the same time, the story lines associated with the leaders of the USSR (Stalin, Khrushchev, Brezhnev, Andropov) have a real background. Genre of the book - a historical thriller. The presentation of the book is constructed as a movie script, in the form of dialogues of the characters. The book will be of interest to the widest range of readers. NOTE (ATTENTION!): This book is written and published in Russian.


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Author BORIS ROMANOV Born in 1945 in Leningrad (St.Petersburg), Ph.D (the candidate of sciences), the writer. The author of 10 books, including «Zoroastrianism and Christianity» (1994), «The Occult Bulgakov» (1995), «The Apocalypse 2008-2173» (1996), "Astro-Biblos" (1996), «Tragedy of Princess Diana» (1998), «Russian mags and seers» (1998), «The Story about Apostles, Ponty Pilat and Simon-mag» (1999) and «Fatal Predictions of Russia» (2006) and «The Emperor who knew the Fate. And Russia, which did not knew» (2011). - First part of this book («The Emperor who knew the Fate») is a basis for the script of the documentary «The Emperor who knew the Fate». Boris Romanov was award a prize "For Best Screenplay" on IFF "Pokrov" (Kiev, 2010).

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