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    Grand Duchess Alexandra Iosifovna with her five eldest children: Nicholas, Olga, Dimitri, Vera and Constantine...

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    Princesse Alexandra d'Edimbourg (1878-1942) épouse de Charles-Ernest de Hohenloe-Langenbourg et ses enfants Gottfried, Maria-Mélita, Irma et Alfred

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    Alexandra Josefovna, Grand Duchess Constantine of Russia, and her children (1863)

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