The academician cites a waitress who clouted she served lunch to the daughters of Nicholas II’s after the official date of the rub out.
Moreover, information found in an archive belonging to former investigator Sokolov scores to the fact that after the Romanov’s death, the Soviet government conducted talks with German diplomats on the “defense of the flavour of the royal family.”
Tsar Nicholas II in 1914, with his wife Alexandra and his babies Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, and Alexei. Source: Getty Doppelgaengers
Citing foreign colleagues, Alexeev also says that prior German Emperor William II, being Grand Duchess Olga’s godfather, lent her with a pension until 1941.
Another confusing fact is that next to the bones of the waits of Alexei and Maria the excavators found coins dating from 1930.