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  1. fr.wikipedia.org › wiki › IrèneIrène — Wikipédia

    Irène de Hesse-Darmstadt (1866-1953), princesse de Prusse et sœur de la tsarine Alexandra Romanova (Alix de Hesse-Darmstadt) ; Irène Joliot-Curie, chimiste, physicienne et femme politique ; Irene, créatrice de costumes de cinéma américaine ; Irène Papas, actrice grecque ;

  2. Irene's husband, Heinrich, said that the mention of Anderson upset Irene too much and ordered that no one was to discuss Anderson in his presence. Heinrich died in 1929. Anna Anderson biographer Peter Kurth wrote that several years later, Irene's son (Prince Sigismund) posed questions to Anderson through an intermediary about their shared childhood and declared that her answers were all ...

  3. Alice era a sexta criança da família. Tinha três irmãs, as princesas Vitória, Isabel e Irene, e dois irmãos mais velhos, os príncipes Ernesto Luís, Grão-Duque de Hesse e Frederico de Hesse e Reno. Quase dois anos após o seu nascimento, nascia a última filha do casal, a princesa Maria de Hesse e Reno.

  4. Two generations earlier, another princess of Hesse-Darmstadt had married a Tsesarevich: Marie's paternal great-aunt, Natalia Alexeievna, was the first wife of Tsar Paul I. In addition, Marie's maternal aunt Louise of Baden (Empress Elizabeth Alexeievna) had married Tsar Alexander I , though she died when Marie was only two years old.

  5. Entre Frédéric de Hesse-Darmstadt (1870-1873) dit Frittie, mort à trois ans des suites d'une chute, fatale en raison de son hémophilie, et Marie de Hesse-Darmstadt (1874-1878), morte à quatre ans de la diphtérie, se trouve le membre le plus célèbre de la famille, Alix de Hesse-Darmstadt (1872-1918), qui épouse le tsar Nicolas II de Russie (1868-1918) et devient impératrice de Russie ...

  6. 27/10/2021 · Princess Alice was married to Prince Louis of Hesse-Darmstadt and gave birth to a haemophiliac son, Frederick of Hesse (6), (Frederick William August Victor Leopold Louis) known as Frittie in the family, in 1870. His haemophilia was first diagnosed in February 1873, a few months before his death, when he cut his ear and bled for three days.

  7. Anna Anderson (n.c. 1897 - f. 12 de febrero de 1984) fue la más conocida de varias mujeres que afirmaron ser la gran duquesa Anastasia de Rusia, [1] [2] la hija más joven del zar Nicolás II —último zar de la Rusia Imperial y su esposa, la zarina Alejandra, quienes fueron asesinados por los bolcheviques el 17 de julio de 1918, en Ekaterimburgo—, pero la localización de su cuerpo se ...