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  • His unpublished diaries hint, among other exploits, at a successful rescue attempt of one of the Czarist-Russian Grand Duchesses, possibly Tatiana (see The Romanov Conspiracies by Michael Occleshaw).Richard Meinertzhagen-Wikipedia
  • He was said to have wished to marry Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia, a cousin of his wife and the second daughter of Tsar Nicholas II, and was distraught by her untimely death in the Russian Civil War.Alexander I of Yugoslavia-Wikipedia
  • Alexandra proved to be a fertile bride and three more girls followed Olga in the next five years: Tatiana on 10 June 1897, Maria on 26 June 1899 and Anastasia on 18 June 1901.Alexandra Feodorovna (Alix of Hesse)-Wikipedia
  • When her second daughter Tatiana was born, Alexandra was said to have burst into tears over what the Russian people would think of her.Alexandra Feodorovna (Alix of Hesse)-Wikipedia
  • Alexandra bore Nicholas four daughters, the Grand Duchess Olga in 1895, the Grand Duchess Tatiana in 1897, Grand Duchess Maria in 1899, and Grand Duchess Anastasia in 1901, before their son Alexei was born on 12 August 1904.Nicholas II of Russia-Wikipedia
  • She appeared the following year in the 1971 biographical film Nicholas and Alexandra (1971), in which she played the Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia, second eldest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II.Lynne Frederick-Wikipedia

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