Leonida Georgievna of Russia
Leonida Georgievna of Russia , born Léonida Bagration-Moukhranski the September 23rd, 1914. Princess géorgienne. Girl of Prince George Alexandrovitch Bagration-Moukhranski (1884-1957) and of Elena Zlotnicky (1886-1979)
The August 13rd, 1948, it married the large-duke of Russia Vladimir Kirillovitch.
From this union was born:
Under the Empire
Alexeï Maksimovitch Pechko known as Gorki, which knew the Bagration-Mourkhranski princess allowed Léonida Bagration-Moukhranski and its mother to flee the Soviet Union directed by Stalin. But before that Léonida Bagration-Moukhranski saw his/her shot grandfather and his father imprisoned by the Bolcheviks. The mother of Stalin was washing machine in the grandmother of Léonida Bagration-Moukhranski.
Léonida Bagration-Moukhranski married American, Summer Moore Kirby, of which it had a girl, Helene. This one was off-set at the time of the Second world war and died in a Concentration camp. It is in Spain that the princess met the large-duke Vladimir Kyrillovitch.
Extracts from the Mémoires of exile of Frederic Mitterrand
Each morning is a grace of Léonida Large-duchess of Russia
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