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  1. In fact, she probably did not survive her family’s execution at all. After Nicholas II abdicated the throne on March 15, 1917, he and his family—his wife, Alexandra ; son, Alexis ; and four daughters, Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia—were taken captive and eventually moved to a house in the Ural Mountains .

  2. 9 de ene. de 2023 · The conspiracy theory: Anastasia’s survival Several theories have it that somehow, the youngest daughter, Grand Duchess Anastasia, survived the massacre and was able to flee Russia, possibly with the help of a sympathetic Bolshevik soldier.

  3. There is not much information about Anastasia’s private life, mainly because it wasn’t something special or much different from the lives of the other daughters of the tsar. Anastasia was...

  4. 26 de sept. de 2012 · No bodies were immediately found, however, and rumors flew fast and furious that one or more of the Romanovs had survived. In 1921 a mysterious woman showed up in a German mental hospital claiming...

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  5. 7 de may. de 2021 · On the night of July 16-17, 1918, Anastasia and her family were executed in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Speculation arose as to whether she and her brother, Alexei Nikolaevich, might have survived. In...

  6. Could Anastasia Romanov have survived the bullets and bayonets somehow on the night her family was murdered? And how? No. None of the Romanovs could or did survive. They were packed in a small room and shot many, many times at close range (Nicholas was killed instantly as one of the killers fired at him on purpose.)