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  2. Alexandra Feodorovna (Charlotte of Prussia) - Wikipedia

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    Empress Alexandra Feodorovna was born as Princess Friederike Luise Charlotte Wilhelmine of Prussia, at the Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin on 13 July [O.S. 1 July] 1798. She was the eldest surviving daughter and fourth child of Frederick William III, King of Prussia , and Duchess Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz , and a sister of Frederick ...

  3. Alexandra Feodorovna (Alice de Hesse e Reno) – Wikipédia, a ...

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    Alexandra Feodorovna nasceu no dia 6 de junho de 1872 no Novo Palácio em Darmestádio, então parte do Grão-Ducado de Hesse, vassalo do Império Alemão. O ducado de Hesse era um território relativamente pequeno, com dificuldades económicas permanentes e sem qualquer influência política no palco europeu.

  4. Alexandra of Rome - Wikipedia

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    According to Frederick George Holweck, Saint Alexandra was the reputed wife of Emperor Diocletian and secretly converted to Christianity. Jacobus de Voragine listing her name as “Alexandria” describes her as the wife of Dacian, the Roman Prefect who persecuted Saint Caprasius of Agen and Saint Maginus. While Saint George was being tortured ...

  5. Tsar Nicholas II - Death, Wife & Family - Biography

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    Alexandra Feodorovna was consort of the Russian Czar Nicholas II. Her rule precipitated the collapse of Russia's imperial government. She was murdered, along with her entire family, in 1918.

  6. Rasputin - Assassination, Children & Death - Biography

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    Alexandra Feodorovna was consort of the Russian Czar Nicholas II. Her rule precipitated the collapse of Russia's imperial government. She was murdered, along with her entire family, in 1918.

  7. Dagmar von Dänemark (1847–1928) – Wikipedia

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    Marie Sophie Frederikke Dagmar, Prinzessin von Dänemark (* 26.November 1847 auf Schloss Amalienborg in Kopenhagen; † 13. Oktober 1928 auf Schloss Hvidøre bei Kopenhagen) war als Gemahlin von Kaiser Alexander III. als Maria Fjodorowna (russisch Мария Фёдоровна), auch Maria Feodorowna, von 1881 bis 1894 Kaiserin von Russland.