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Grand Duchess Maria of Russia

Grand Duchess Maria of Russia, Maria Nicolaievna Romanova (June 26, 1899 - July 16, 1918) was the daughter of Tsar Nicholas II. She was a happy go lucky girl, interested in children and the families of normal people; she assaulted soldiers when she was imprisoned in Tobolsk[?] and Ekaterinburg with questions of their wives, children, families, homes and other things. She loved children and said to her sisters, "I want to marry a Russian soldier and have twenty children!" She was nineteen when she was assassinated in Ekaterinburg.
Grand Duchess Maria of Russia, Maria Pavlovna Romanova (February 16, 1786 - June 23, 1859) was a daughter of Paul I of Russia and a patroness of Franz Liszt.



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