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  1. Prince Mircea of Romania (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈmirtʃe̯a]; 3 January 1913 – 2 November 1916) was the third son and youngest child of King Ferdinand of Romania and Marie of Edinburgh and the great-grandson of Queen Victoria through his mother. He died aged 3 in November 1916.

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  3. Prince Mircea of Romania - Wikipedia

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    Prince Mircea of Romania (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈmirtʃe̯a]; 3 January 1913 – 2 November 1916) was the third son and youngest child of King Ferdinand of Romania and Marie of Edinburgh and the great-grandson of Queen Victoria through his mother. He died aged 3 in November 1916.

  4. Prince Mircea of Romania (1912-1916) - Find a Grave Memorial

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    Source citation. Prince Mircea was the youngest child of Crown Prince Ferdinand of Romania, later to rule as King Ferdinand I, and his wife, Princess Marie of Edinburgh, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria and Tsar Alexander II of Russia. He died at Buftea, about 20 miles from Bucharest, of typhoid fever, when enemy troops were...

  5. Romanian royal family - Wikipedia

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    Princess Maria Ferdinand I Queen Princess Marie of Edinburgh Children Carol II Elisabeth, Queen of the Hellenes Maria, Queen of Yugoslavia Nicholas, Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen Princess Ileana Prince Mircea Carol II Spouse Princess Helen of Greece and Denmark Children Michael I Michael I Queen Princess Anne of Bourbon-Parma Children

  6. Carol Lambrino - Wikipedia

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    Mircea Grigore Carol Hohenzollern (born Mircea Grigore Carol Lambrino; 8 January 1920 – 27 January 2006), also known as Prince Mircea Grigore Carol al României ( anglicised as: of Romania) according to his amended Romanian birth certificate [1] [2] [3] or as Carol Lambrino ( Romanian pronunciation: [ˈkarol lambrino] [needs stress] ), [4] was the...

  7. Remembering Prince Mircea of Romania - YouTube

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    © 2023 Google LLC Mircea, in my humble opinion, was the absolute most cutest and precious child of his time. The darling prince would die at the age of 3 in 1916.

  8. Zizi Lambrino - Wikipedia

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    Her son, Mircea Gregor Carol Lambrino, was named in memory of Prince Mircea of Romania (1913–1916), Carol's youngest brother, who had died four years previous to the former's birth, but he would later be known as "Carol" rather than "Mircea." Mircea/Carol married three times, firstly (1944-1950) to Opera singer Hélène Nagavitzine (aka.

  9. Prince Mircea of Romania - Wikiwand

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    Prince Mircea of Romania ( Romanian pronunciation: [ˈmirtʃe̯a]; 3 January 1913 – 2 November 1916) was the third son and last child of King Ferdinand of Romania and his wife, Marie of Edinburgh and a great-grandson of Queen Victoria through his mother. He died aged three in 1916. Oops something went wrong: 403

  10. Category:Prince Mircea of Romania - Wikimedia Commons

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    Mircea (given name) 1913 births; 1916 deaths; Deaths from typhoid fever; Royalty of Romania; House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (Romania) Princes of Romania; People of the Kingdom of Romania; Descendants of Queen Victoria; Births in Bucharest

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  12. Prince Mircea - Biography - IMDb

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    Prince Mircea died on November 2, 1916 in Buftea Palace, Buftea, Romania. Trivia (4) Mircea is an exclusively Romanian-used named that is derived from the Old Slavic mir meaning "peace" or "world".