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2. Majolier, p 191

3. LRA MS 1363/101, Gray, 138

4. Ibid, 1363/119

5. Majolier, p 192

6. August 2, LRA MS 1363/103-3

7. LRA MS 1363/69

8. The Times, London, July 6,, 1924

9. Cyril, p 220

10. Ibid, p 248

11. Ibid, p 247

12. Ibid, p 222, 248

13. Letter, October 4, 1924, kindly provided by Prince Nicholas Romanov, great-nephew of ‘Nikolasha’

14. Cyril, p 222

15. Ibid, p 165

16. Ibid, p 232

17. Ibid, p 248

18. Almanac de Gotha, 1936

19. Gray, p 146

20. Majolier, p 226

21. Ibid, p 230

22. Illyustrirovannaya Rossiya, Paris, August 1, 1931. LRA MS 1363/123

23. Natasha grand-daughter Pauline Gray to author

24. Death certificate: copy to author from Natasha’s grand-daughter Pauline

25. Gushchik, p 46




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