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  1. Oleksandra Petrivna Skoropadska (née: Durnovo; 23 May 1878 – 29 December 1952) was a spouse of Ukrainian political and military leader Pavlo Skoropadskyi, a member of the Skoropadsky family and Hetman of Ukraine (1918).

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  3. Oleksandra Skoropadska - Wikipedia

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    Oleksandra Petrivna Skoropadska (née: Durnovo; 23 May 1878 – 29 December 1952) was a spouse of Ukrainian political and military leader Pavlo Skoropadskyi, a member of the Skoropadsky family and Hetman of Ukraine (1918).

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    Oleksandra Petrivna Skoropadska was a spouse of Ukrainian political leader Pavlo Skoropadskyi, a founder of a hetman dynasty and Hetman of Ukraine . For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Oleksandra Skoropadska .

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    Oleksandra Skoropadska wife of the first Ukrainian president Upload media Wikipedia Date of birth 23 May 1878 (in Julian calendar) Russian Empire Date of death 29 December 1952 Oberstdorf Country of citizenship Russian Empire Educated at Sorbonne University Family Skoropadsky Father P. P. Durnovo Mother Maria Durnovo Child Mariya Skoropadska

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    Oleksandra_Skoropadska.jpg‎(339 × 502 pixels, file size: 132 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) File information Structured data Captions Captions English Add a one-line explanation of what this file represents DescriptionOleksandra Skoropadska.jpg Олександра Скоропадська, дружина Павла Скоропадського Date 1924 Source журнал "Пламя", Харків. Author [1]

  7. Pavlo Skoropadsky and his wife Oleksandra, who also came from a wealthy aristocratic family, had six children: three daughters and three sons. But personal happiness eluded all the Skoropadskys except for the last one, Olena. Pavlo died aged three, Petro suffered from epilepsy, although he lived for 56 years.

  8. Skoropadsky family - Wikipedia

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    Pavlo Skoropadsky (b. 1873-d.1945) – Lieutenant General in the Imperial Russian Army, member of Emperor Nicholas II 's svita, briefly Hetman of Ukraine in 1918. Dethroned and expelled from the country by Symon Petliura. Claimant (1919–1945) to the post of Hetman. Died in exile in Nazi Germany in 1945.

  9. Pavlo Skoropadskyi - Wikipedia

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    On April 2, 1916, he was promoted to Lieutenant General and was commissioned the 1st Cavalry Guard Division. From January 22 to July 2, 1917, he was in charge of the 34th Army Corps. In July 1917, the decommissioned 34th Army Corps was transformed into the 1st Ukrainian Corps.

  10. Pavlo Skoropadsky | The Kaiserreich Wiki | Fandom

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    On the 11th of January, 1898, Pavlo Skoropadsky married Ukrainian noblewoman Oleksandra Skoropadska. Oleksandra traced her family heritage back to the Kochubey noble family. Pavlo and Oleksandra had six children: - Maria (born 1898) - Yelyzaveta (born 1899) - Petro (born 1900), suffers from epilepsy

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  12. Pavlo Skoropadskyi | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Skoropadsky was born in a family of Skoropadskie, the Ukrainian military leaders and statesmen, that distinguished themselves since the 17th century when Fedir Skoropadsky participated in the Battle of Zhovti Vody . The father of Pavlo Pyotr Ivanovich Skoropadsky (1834–1885) was a Cavalry Guard Colonel and a veteran of the Caucasian War (Subjugation of Circassia, 1863).