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  1. Georgia's political and cultural exploits of Tamar's epoch were rooted in a long and complex past. Tamar owed her accomplishments most immediately to the reforms of her great-grandfather David IV (r. 1089–1125) and, more remotely, to the unifying efforts of David III and Bagrat III who became architects of a political unity of Georgian kingdoms and principalities in the opening decade of the ...

  2. When the Soviet Union invaded and occupied Georgia in 1921, Dimitri was on diplomatic service in Turkey. Dimitri then joined other Georgian exiles in Poland , where he met and married John's mother, Maria; she was Polish and of part German ancestry, [6] and the daughter of Count Rudiger-Bielajew, a former Tsarist general.

  3. 09/09/2022 · “Charles can never replace her, you know," said 31-year-old Londoner Mariam Sherwani. Like many, she referred to Elizabeth as a grandmother figure. Others compared her to their mothers, or great-grandmothers. But around the world, her passing revealed conflicting emotions about the nation and institutions she represented.

  4. 09/09/2022 · LONDON, UK — King Charles III vowed in his first speech to the nation as monarch Friday to carry on Queen Elizabeth II's “lifelong service,” as Britain entered a new age under a new sovereign.

  5. 09/09/2022 · King Charles III vowed in his first speech as monarch Friday to carry on Queen Elizabeth II's “lifelong service” with his own modernizing stamp, as Britain entered an uncertain new age under a new sovereign. Around the world, the queen's exceptional reign was commemorated, celebrated and debated. Charles, who spent much of his 73 years preparing for the role of king, addressed a nation ...

  6. 09/09/2022 · LONDON — King Charles III vowed in his first speech as monarch Friday to carry on Queen Elizabeth II's "lifelong service," as Britain entered an uncertain new age under a