Princess Vera Constantinovna of Russia, also Vera Konstantinovna (Russian: Вера Константиновна Романова; 24 April 1906 – 11 January 2001), was the youngest child of Grand Duke Konstantine Konstantinovich of Russia and his wife, Grand Duchess Elizabeth Mavrikievna. A great-granddaughter of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia, she was born in the Russian Empire and was a childhood playmate of the younger children of Emperor Nicholas II of Russia. She lost much of her family during World War I and the Russian Revolution. At age twelve, she escaped revolutionary Russia, fleeing with her mother and brother George to Sweden. She spent the rest of her long life in exile, first in Western Europe and from the 1950s in the United States.

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  • Wera Konstantinowna Romanowa (* 11. Apriljul./ 24. April 1906greg. in Pawlowsk; † 11. Januar 2001 in New York City, USA) war ein Mitglied des Hauses Romanow-Holstein-Gottorp. (de)
  • Vera Constantinovna de Rusia (en ruso Вера Константиновна; Pavlosk, 24 de abril de 1906 - Nueva York, 11 de enero del 2001) fue una princesa imperial de Rusia, hija del gran duque Constantino Constantinovich de Rusia y de Isabel de Sajonia-Altenburgo. (es)
  • Vera Constantinovna de Russie (en russe : Вера Константиновна), née le 24 avril 1906 à Pavlovsk et décédée le 11 janvier 2001 à New York, fut princesse impériale de Russie et membre de la Maison de Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov. (fr)
  • Amica d'infanzia delle giovani figlie dello zar Nicola II di Russia, dopo la Rivoluzione d'Ottobre le furono uccisi tre fratelli e uno zio, oltre ad alcuni parenti più lontani. Invece ella, sua madre e il fratellino Georgij Konstantinovič si salvarono, dirigendosi in Svezia. Passò il resto della sua vita in esilio, dapprima in Europa occidentale e poi negli Stati Uniti. Vera Konstantinovna trascorse i suoi primi anni di vita nello splendore favoloso dell'ultimo periodo della Russia imperiale. Aveva solo otto anni quando l'erede al trono austriaco, l'arciduca Francesco Ferdinando d'Asburgo-Este venne assassinato e scoppiò la prima guerra mondiale e si trovava con i genitori e il fratello Georgij in Germania in visita ai parenti materni ad Altenburg: il deflagare del conflitto li prese di sorpresa, intrappolandoli in Germania, un paese nemico, e solo grazie all'intervento personale dell'imperatrice tedesca Augusta Vittoria poterono rientrare in Russia. I fratelli, ufficiali dell'esercito, si batterono in prima linea, e uno di loro, Oleg Konstantinovič, morì per le ferite riportate: considerata troppo giovane non le fu permesso assistere al funerale. La morte del fratello fu appena la prima di molte sciagure che toccarono la sua famiglia. L'anno dopo suo padre le morì davanti agli occhi per un attacco di cuore. In una lettera a suo fratello più tardi descrisse come stava sedendo con il padre nello studio quando il granduca Konstantin cominciò a boccheggiare. La principessa Vera riuscì ad aprire una pesante porta che metteva in comunicazione gli studi dei genitori, spostando parecchie pesanti piante che ostruivano la porta e urlando alla madre che il padre non riusciva a respirare: quando la madre arrivò, il granduca era già morto. (it)
  • Prinses Vera Konstantinova van Rusland (Russisch: Вера Константиновна Романова) (Pavlovsk, Rusland, 24 april 1906 – New York, Verenigde Staten, 11 januari 2001), was het jongste kind van Grootvorst Constantijn Konstantinovitsj van Rusland en diens vrouw Grootvorstin Elisabeth Mavrikievna Romanova (ook wel bekend als: Elisabeth van Saksen-Altenburg). Ze was een achterkleinkind van Tsaar Nicolaas I van Rusland en Tsarina Alexandra Fjodorovna, ze werd geboren in Keizerrijk Rusland en was in haar jeugd een vriendinnetje van de jonge kinderen van Nicolaas II van Rusland. Ze verloor vele familieleden tijdens de Eerste Wereldoorlog en de daarop volgende Russische Revolutie. Prinses Vera, die toen twaalf jaar oud was, vluchtte uit Revolutionair Rusland, samen met haar moeder en één van haar broers naar Zweden. Ze leefde voor de rest van haar leven in ballingschap, eerst in Europa en daarna vanaf 1951 in de Verenigde Staten. (nl)
  • Vera Constantinovna da Rússia, (em russo: Вера Константиновна), (24 de abril de 1906 – 11 de janeiro de 2001) foi a filha mais nova do grão-duque Constantino Constantinovich da Rússia e da sua esposa, Isabel Mavrikievna (Isabel Augusta de Saxe-Altemburgo). Uma bisneta do czar Nicolau I da Rússia, Vera nasceu nos tempos da Rússia Imperial e foi uma amiga dos filhos mais novos do czar Nicolau II. Perdeu muita da sua família durante a Primeira Guerra Mundial e a Revolução Russa. Com doze anos fugiu da Rússia revolucionária juntamente com a mãe e o irmão Jorge para a Suécia. Passou o resto da sua longa vida no exílio, primeiro na Europa e a partir dos anos cinquenta nos Estados Unidos. (pt)
  • Princess Vera Constantinovna of Russia, also Vera Konstantinovna (Russian: Вера Константиновна Романова; 24 April 1906 – 11 January 2001), was the youngest child of Grand Duke Konstantine Konstantinovich of Russia and his wife, Grand Duchess Elizabeth Mavrikievna. A great-granddaughter of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia, she was born in the Russian Empire and was a childhood playmate of the younger children of Emperor Nicholas II of Russia. She lost much of her family during World War I and the Russian Revolution. At age twelve, she escaped revolutionary Russia, fleeing with her mother and brother George to Sweden. She spent the rest of her long life in exile, first in Western Europe and from the 1950s in the United States. (en)
  • Вера Константиновна (11 [24] апреля 1906, Павловск, Санкт-Петербургская губерния — 11 января 2001, Вэлли-Коттедж, около Нью-Йорка) — русская княжна императорской крови, младшая дочь великого князя Константина Константиновича и великой княгини Елизаветы Маврикиевны, правнучка императора Николая I. (ru)
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  • Wera Konstantinowna Romanowa (* 11. Apriljul./ 24. April 1906greg. in Pawlowsk; † 11. Januar 2001 in New York City, USA) war ein Mitglied des Hauses Romanow-Holstein-Gottorp. (de)
  • Vera Constantinovna de Rusia (en ruso Вера Константиновна; Pavlosk, 24 de abril de 1906 - Nueva York, 11 de enero del 2001) fue una princesa imperial de Rusia, hija del gran duque Constantino Constantinovich de Rusia y de Isabel de Sajonia-Altenburgo. (es)
  • Vera Constantinovna de Russie (en russe : Вера Константиновна), née le 24 avril 1906 à Pavlovsk et décédée le 11 janvier 2001 à New York, fut princesse impériale de Russie et membre de la Maison de Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov. (fr)
  • Vera Constantinovna da Rússia, (em russo: Вера Константиновна), (24 de abril de 1906 – 11 de janeiro de 2001) foi a filha mais nova do grão-duque Constantino Constantinovich da Rússia e da sua esposa, Isabel Mavrikievna (Isabel Augusta de Saxe-Altemburgo). Uma bisneta do czar Nicolau I da Rússia, Vera nasceu nos tempos da Rússia Imperial e foi uma amiga dos filhos mais novos do czar Nicolau II. Perdeu muita da sua família durante a Primeira Guerra Mundial e a Revolução Russa. Com doze anos fugiu da Rússia revolucionária juntamente com a mãe e o irmão Jorge para a Suécia. Passou o resto da sua longa vida no exílio, primeiro na Europa e a partir dos anos cinquenta nos Estados Unidos. (pt)
  • Princess Vera Constantinovna of Russia, also Vera Konstantinovna (Russian: Вера Константиновна Романова; 24 April 1906 – 11 January 2001), was the youngest child of Grand Duke Konstantine Konstantinovich of Russia and his wife, Grand Duchess Elizabeth Mavrikievna. A great-granddaughter of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia, she was born in the Russian Empire and was a childhood playmate of the younger children of Emperor Nicholas II of Russia. She lost much of her family during World War I and the Russian Revolution. At age twelve, she escaped revolutionary Russia, fleeing with her mother and brother George to Sweden. She spent the rest of her long life in exile, first in Western Europe and from the 1950s in the United States. (en)
  • Вера Константиновна (11 [24] апреля 1906, Павловск, Санкт-Петербургская губерния — 11 января 2001, Вэлли-Коттедж, около Нью-Йорка) — русская княжна императорской крови, младшая дочь великого князя Константина Константиновича и великой княгини Елизаветы Маврикиевны, правнучка императора Николая I. (ru)
  • Amica d'infanzia delle giovani figlie dello zar Nicola II di Russia, dopo la Rivoluzione d'Ottobre le furono uccisi tre fratelli e uno zio, oltre ad alcuni parenti più lontani. Invece ella, sua madre e il fratellino Georgij Konstantinovič si salvarono, dirigendosi in Svezia. Passò il resto della sua vita in esilio, dapprima in Europa occidentale e poi negli Stati Uniti. (it)
  • Prinses Vera Konstantinova van Rusland (Russisch: Вера Константиновна Романова) (Pavlovsk, Rusland, 24 april 1906 – New York, Verenigde Staten, 11 januari 2001), was het jongste kind van Grootvorst Constantijn Konstantinovitsj van Rusland en diens vrouw Grootvorstin Elisabeth Mavrikievna Romanova (ook wel bekend als: Elisabeth van Saksen-Altenburg). Ze was een achterkleinkind van Tsaar Nicolaas I van Rusland en Tsarina Alexandra Fjodorovna, ze werd geboren in Keizerrijk Rusland en was in haar jeugd een vriendinnetje van de jonge kinderen van Nicolaas II van Rusland. Ze verloor vele familieleden tijdens de Eerste Wereldoorlog en de daarop volgende Russische Revolutie. Prinses Vera, die toen twaalf jaar oud was, vluchtte uit Revolutionair Rusland, samen met haar moeder en één van haar broers (nl)
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  • Vera Konstantinova van Rusland (1906-2001) (nl)
  • Vera Constantinovna da Rússia (1906–2001) (pt)
  • Романова, Вера Константиновна (ru)
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