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Anna Anderson

Anna Anderson – Headstone in Castle Seeon

Hans Christian Andersen 02 april 1805 Odense (Denemarken) - 04 augustus 1875 Østerbro (Denemarken)


German television spot on Unterlengenhardt where Anna Anderson lived after WWII in the Black forest of Germany


Anna Anderson and her husband John E. Manahan. Circa 1968


Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanov - was she really murdered along with her family? Or did she later resurface as Anna Anderson, who claimed to survive the execution?

Anna Anderson und Anastasia im Profil. Anna rechts und links, Anastasia in der Mitte.


Anna Anderson. Most likely taken when she was moving into her new dacha in the black forest in Germany.

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Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna and Anastasia Nikolaevna with their Greek cousins, Princesses Nina and Xenia

Princesses Nina and Xenia Georgievna, daughters of Grand Duke Georgiy Mikhailovich. The two moved with their Mother out of Russia prior to the Revolution. Their father was killed by Bolsheviks. They ended up in America. Where Xenia invited Anastasia claimant Anna Anderson. She recognized her as her Imperial cousin while her sister Nina did not.