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  Dagmar
Dagmar had a great sense of her dynastic duty, and she accepted her engagement to Alexander, without caring about his appearence, because it was convenient for Denmark.
Dagmar had instructed herself in the Orthodox faith and in the Russian language, and she left the plain court of Copenhagen for the most sumptuous of St. Petersburg.
Dagmar, by her side, since her great taste for jewels, refused to hand in to Alexandra the jewels that as reigning Empress was her rigth to have.
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 Alexander III of Russia - LoveToKnow 1911
Even when this elder brother showed symptoms of delicate health it was believed that his life might be indefinitely prolonged by proper care and attention, and precautions had been taken for the succession by his betrothal with Princess Dagmar of Denmark.
Under these circumstances the greatest solicitude was devoted to the education of Nicholas as cesarevich, whereas Alexander received only the perfunctory and inadequate training of an ordinary grandduke of that period, which did not go much beyond primary and secondary instruction, practical acquaintance with French, English and German, and a certain amount of drill.
His elder brother when on his deathbed had expressed a wish that his affianced bride, Princess Dagmar of Denmark, should marry his successor, and this wish was realized on the 9th of November 1866.
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 Dagmar of Denmark - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Maria Fyodorovna and Alexander III posing during a sojourn in Denmark in 1893.
Princess Marie Sophie Frederikke Dagmar (November 26, 1847 - October 13, 1928) was born as the second daughter of Louise of Hesse and Christian of Glucksburg.
Despite the overthrow of the monarchy (1917), the Empress Maria at first refused to leave Russia: it was only in 1919, at the urging of her sister Alexandra, that she grudgingly departed.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Dagmar_of_Denmark   (570 words)

  
 Denmark / Calendar of Events
The exhibition highlights that it was 80 years ago, April 17, 1917, Denmark sold the Danish West Indies - the Caribbean islands of St. John, St. Thomas, and St. Croix to the United States for the sum of 25 million dollars.
Denmark's King Christian IX was known in the last century as the father-in-law of Europe.
Princess Dagmar (1847-1928) married Russian Tsar Alexander III (1845-94) and was Empress of Russia for 36 years until the Russian revolution in 1917.
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 Dagmar of Denmark   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Princess Marie Sophie Frederikke Dagmar (November 26, 1847 - October 13, 1928), who was known as Maria Fyodorovna (in Russian Мария Фёдоровна)after her marriage to Tsar Alexander III was the mother of the last Russian Tsar Nicholas II of the Romanov Dynasty.
Her father Christian IX, who, because of the brilliant marriages of his children, was known as the "Father-in-law of Europe, " was the King of Denmark (1863-1906).
She was a younger sister of Alexandra, Queen Consort of King Edward VII and mother of George V of the United Kingdom.
www.casimiro.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/d/da/dagmar_of_denmark.html   (364 words)

  
 Alexander Palace Time Machine - Dowager Empress Marie
At the time of Dagmar's birth her father served in the small Danish army, while her mother, born Princess Louise of Hesse-Cassel, tended to the growing family.
First, Alexandra of Denmark married Edward, Prince of Wales; secondly, William of Denmark was chosen as the new King of the Hellenes, he adopted the name George I; and lastly, King Frederick VII died and was succeeded by Prince Christian under the name Christian IX.
By the end of 1864, her enterprise seemed complete when it was announced that Princess Dagmar of Denmark would marry the Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich, heir of Tsar Alexander II.
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 Dagmar of Denmark - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
Princess Marie Sophie Frederikke Dagmar (November 26, 1847 - October 13, 1928), who was known as Maria Fyodorovna (in Russian Мария Фёдоровна)after her marriage to Tsar Alexander III was the mother of the last Russian Tsar Nicholas II of the Romanov Dynasty.
Her father Christian IX, who, because of the brilliant marriages of his children, was known as the "Father-in-law of Europe, " was the King of Denmark (1863-1906).
She was a younger sister of Alexandra, Queen Consort of King Edward VII and mother of George V of the United Kingdom.
www.music.us /education/D/Dagmar-of-Denmark.htm   (559 words)

  
 The Dagmar Cross
Of the few that survive today, one of the most elaborate and beautiful is known as the Dagmar Cross.
All Dagmar crosses are sold through our Frisco CO office of Marstal Smithy where my sister, Mary Staby, takes good care of our Danish-speaking clients.
The Marstal Smithy's fine reproduction of the Dagmar Cross is available for purchase in 14k gold and in sterling silver.
www.marstal.com /dagmarcross.cfm   (253 words)

  
 The Tsar's Mother: Marie Feodorovna (1847-1928)
At the time of Dagmar's birth her father served in the small Danish army, while her mother, born Princess Louise of Hesse-Kassel, tended to the growing family.
First, Alexandra of Denmark married Edward, Prince of Wales; secondly, William of Denmark was chosen as the new King of the Hellenes, he adopted the name George I; and lastly, King Frederick VII died and was succeeded by Prince Christian under the name Christian IX.
By the end of 1864, her enterprise seemed complete when it was announced that Princess Dagmar of Denmark would marry the Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich, heir of Tsar Alexander II.
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 Toronto Catalog   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Maria Feodorovna, born Princess Dagmar of Denmark (November 26, 1847—October 13, 1928) was Empress Consort of Russia.
Dagmar was warmly welcomed in Kronstadt by Alexander II of Russia and all his family.
In 2005, the governments of Denmark and Russia agreed that the Empress's remains should be returned to Saint Petersburg in accordance with her wish to be interred next to her husband.
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 Drew Spencer Family Tree - aqwg148
Alexander married Dagmar "Marie" of Denmark Tsarina on 1866.
Dagmar "Marie" of Denmark Tsarina [Parents] was born 1847.
Dagmar married Alexander III Alexandrovich Romanov Tsar of Russia on 1866.
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 22ND GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: )
King Frederick VIII DENMARK (son of King Christian IX of DENMARK and Princess Louisa of HESSE-CASSEL Queen of Denmark) was born in 1843 in Denmark - son of Christian IX.
Thyra II of DENMARK was born in Denmark - dtr of Frederick VIII.
Dagmar of DENMARK was born in Denmark - dtr of Frederick VIII.
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 FIFTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: )
King FREDERICK VIII of Denmark was born in 1843.
King Charles HAAKON VII of Norway was born in 1872 in Charlottenlund, Denmark.
Princess Ingeborg of Denmark was born in 1878.
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 M&M Art Travel - Russian Empress will be reburied in 2006
Denmark's Queen Margarethe has given her consent for the remains to be sent, at the request of Russia and the former Russian royal family, the Romanovs.
Empress Maria Fyodorovna was born Princess Dagmar of Denmark.
She died in Denmark in 1928 and was buried next to her father, Danish King Christian IX in Roskilde Cathedral, the burial place of Danish kings and queens.
www.mmarttravel.com /newsletter/2004-11/maria.php   (282 words)

  
 Dagmar of Denmark - meaning of word
Due to the brilliant marriages of his children, he was known as the "Father-in-law of Europe." She was a younger sister of Alexandra of Denmark, Queen Consort of King Edward VII and mother of George V of the United Kingdom.
Similarly Alexandra of Denmark's daughter-in-law is known in history as Mary of Teck or May of Teck, not Queen Mary.
I believe she should be in Maria of Glucksburg or Maria of Denmark, or better, in Maria Fedorovna of Denmark or Maria Fedorovna of Glucksburg.
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 My Family
Christian VIII (King of Denmark) was born on 18 Sep 1786 in Christiansborg (near Copenhagen), Denmark.
Christian X (King of Denmark) was born on 26 Sep 1870 in Charlottenlund (near Copenhagen), Denmark.
Dagmar of Denmark (Tsarina) was born in 1847.
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 Dagmar
Dagmar is near the North Dakota line and the Canadian border.
The original name of the town, Dronning Dagmar’s Minde, was chosen by E. Madsen to honor Queen Dagmar of Denmark.
Another highlight of the refuge is a 100-foot observation tower which offers a panoramic view of the area, and an observation platform with telescopes that provide a view if the largest white pelican colony in Montana, over 10,000 birds.
www.visitmt.com /categories/City.asp?City=Dagmar&SiteID=1   (259 words)

  
 Last tsar's mother to be reburied beside her murdered son - Telegraph
Born in Denmark, and rescued from Russia and the Bolsheviks by the Royal Navy, the last tsar's mother, Empress Maria Fyodorovna, died in penury in the land of her birth in 1928.
Prince Dmitry Romanov, a family member living in Denmark, said: "At last she will be able to rest in peace next to her son and family." Although born Princess Dagmar of Denmark, after marrying the future Tsar Alexander III the Empress treated Russia as her real home.
In fact she was much closer to Russia than she was to Denmark." At first she refused to leave the Crimea at the height of the Russian civil war.
www.telegraph.co.uk /news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2001/06/02/wrus02.xml   (400 words)

  
 Biography of Dagmar of Denmark
Her father Christian IX, who, because of the brilliant marriages of his children, was known as the "father-in-law of Europe, " was the king of Denmark (1863-1906).
She was a younger sister of Alexandra, Queen consort of King Edward VII and mother of George V of the United Kingdom.
Despite the overthrow of the monarchy (1917), the Empress Maria at first refused to leave Russia: it was only in 1919, at the urging of her sister Alexandra, that she grudgingly departed.
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 Baby Name Dagmar - Origin and Meaning of Dagmar
It is of Scandinavian and Old German origin, and its meaning is "glorious, day's glory".
A royal name in Denmark; Tsarina Marie, wife of Tsar Alexander III of Russia, was Princess Dagmar of Denmark.
Dagmar is a common female first name and a very rare surname (source: 1990 U.S. Census).
www.thinkbabynames.com /meaning/0/Dagmar   (110 words)

  
 Russia
Princess of Denmark - Czarina Maria Feodorovna of Russia
Princess Dagmar of Denmark was originally engaged to be married to the Grand Duke Nicolas, within the family always called Nixa.
Czarina Dagmar, the mother of the killed Czar, survived the murdering and was later evacuated to Denmark after having lived in Russia for 52 years.
glucksburg.heindorffhus.dk /frame-Russia.htm   (756 words)

  
 Earthly Remains of Empress Maria Fedorovna to Return to Russia - Kommersant Moscow
Russian and Danish officials have agreed to return the remains of Empress Maria Fedorovna, born Princess Dagmar of Denmark, to St. Petersburg.
The Empress died in Denmark and her catafalque has since been standing in a vault at the Roskilde Cathedral, not far from Copenhagen, waiting for the return.
On October 10, 2005, Alexander Churilin, director of the historical and documentary department at the RF Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Christopher Bo Bramsen, who heads the protocol department at the Foreign Ministry of Denmark, sealed a document concerning the burial of Empress Maria Fedorovna in Petropavlovsk Fortress, St. Petersburg.
www.kommersant.com /page.asp?id=616523   (372 words)

  
 NPG 5487; The Landing of HRH The Princess Alexandra at Gravesend, 7th March 1863 (includes Alexandra of Denmark; ...
1 of 138 portraits of Alexandra of Denmark
Thyra, Crown Princess of Hanover (1853-1933), Wife of Crown Prince Ernest Augustus of Hanover, 3rd Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale; Daughter of Christian IX, King of Denmark; Sister of Queen Alexandra.
Prince Valdemar of Denmark (1858-1939), Naval officer; Son of Christian IX, King of Denmark; Brother of Queen Alexandra.
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 Dagmar of Denmark Biography
Marie Sophie Frederikke Dagmar of Denmark (November 26 1847 - October 13 1928) who was known as Maria Fyodorovna Romanova after her marriage to Tsar Alexander III was the mother of the last Russian Tsar Nicholas II of the Romanov Dynasty.
Her father Christian IX who because of the brilliant marriages of his children was known as the "father-in-law of Europe was the king of Denmark (1863-1906).
After a brief visit to London she return to her native Denmark choosing as her home Hvid?re her former holiday villa near Copenhagen.
www.ebiog.com /biography/2552/dagmar-of-denmark/bio.htm   (343 words)

  
 The Copenhagen Post
Despite the rosy television tribute to the sitting monarch, relations between Denmark and Russia remain too strained for Margrethe to follow through with a planned visit to Russia in June of this year.
Margrethe was to have presented the Russians with a special gift in honour of St. Petersburg's tricentennial in May. The Danish government and A.P. Møller are set to donate DKK 5 million each for a massive renovation of the interior courtyard of St. Petersburg's Winter Palace.
Prince Michael Romanov, Dagmar's closest living relative - a grandson of one of her daughters - also gave his consent, so everything was legally in order,' Romanov told Berlingske Tidende.
www.cphpost.dk /print.jsp?o_id=66108   (533 words)

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