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Elizaveta and Petrovna
Promenade of Elizaveta Petrovna through the streets of Saint Petersburg ( 1903 ), watercolour by Alexandre Benois.
Elizaveta Petrovna in Tsarskoe Selo ( 1905 ), painting by Eugene Lanceray, now in the Tretyakov Gallery.
The coup did take place in December, but the new Tsarina, Elizaveta Petrovna, reneged on her promises to return the Baltic provinces to Sweden and continued the vigorous prosecution of the war, under the guidance of her pro-Austrian chancellor, Aleksey Bestuzhev.
He was chiefly responsible for Russian foreign policy during the reign of Empress Elizaveta Petrovna.
# HSH Prince Aleksander Aleksandrovich, Duke of Ingria ( March 1714-27 November 1764 ) engaged to Grand Duchess Natalya Alexeyevna but eventually married Princess Elizaveta Petrovna Galitzina and had issue.
Count Alexei Grigorievich Razumovsky (, ; 1709 1771 ), was a Ukrainian Cossack who rose to become lover and, eventually, the morganatic spouse of the Russian Empress Elizaveta Petrovna.
The palace was ordered to be constructed in 1744 by the Russian Empress Elizaveta Petrovna, and was designed by Bartolomeo Rastrelli, the most famous architect working in the Russian Empire at that time.
The Summer Palace of Elizaveta Petrovna in 1756.
After Elizaveta Petrovna ascended the Russian throne in 1741, she commissioned Rastrelli to demolish the palace of her predecessor and build a " Venetian-style " residence for herself.
In 1723, he attempted to arrange the marriage of Elizaveta Petrovna to Louis XV.
His sister Princess Vera Konstantinovna, mother Grand Duchess Elizaveta Mavrikievna and wife Princess Helen Petrovna left Russia in April 1919 with help from the King of Norway.
Her liaisons with some of the most powerful courtiers and her arrogance toward Peter I's neglected daughter Elizaveta Petrovna must have fed the latter's jealousy.

Elizaveta and
Struve was married to Elizaveta Khrystoforovna ( 1874 1964 ) and they had two sons and two daughters.
* Raffaela-Confidante, Secretary, and sometimes dresser to Elizaveta Grushinskaya Karen Akers
* Elizaveta Grushinskaya-The still-beautiful, world-famous, about-to-retire Prima Ballerina Liliane Montevecchi
* Elizaveta Ostrogska ( 1539 1582 )
* Elizaveta Litvinova ( 1845 1919?
Elizaveta Pavlovna Gerdt (; 6 November 1975 ) was a Russian dancer and teacher whose career links the Russian imperial and Soviet schools of classical dance.
Count Semyon Romanovich Vorontsov (; 26 June 1744 9 July 1832 ) was a Russian diplomat from the aristocratic Russian Vorontsov family, whose siblings included Alexander Vorontsov, Elizaveta Vorontsova and Yekaterina Vorontsova-Dashkova.
Elizaveta ' Zoya ' Yulyevna Zarubina (; January 1, 1900 14 May 1987 ), born Lisa Rozensweig, was a

Elizaveta and ),
* Elizabeth Alexeievna ( Louise of Baden ), wife of Tsar Alexander I of Russia ; born as Princess Louise of Baden and took the name Elizaveta Alexeievna upon her conversion to the Russian Orthodox Church
* Nikolai Stjernvall ( 1919-2010 ), whose mother was Elizaveta Grigorievna, wife of Leonid Robertovich de Stjernvall.
' The logical end of their life at this time would have been children, but Eileen did not become pregnant and they learnt, ( though not for another two years ), that Eric was sterile, as he told Rayner Heppenstall, and as Eileen confided in Elizaveta Fen.
The original cast included Liliane Montevecchi as Elizaveta Grushinskaya, Michael Jeter as Otto Kringelein ( garnering much praise and several awards ), David Carroll as the Baron, Timothy Jerome as Preysing, John Wylie as Otternschlag, Bob Stillman as Erik, and Jane Krakowski as Flaemmchen.
There they were imprisoned for some months, together with the Grand Duchess Elizaveta Feodorovna ( sister of the Empress Alexandra ), the Grand Duke Sergei Mikhailovich ( a cousin of KR ), and Prince Vladimir Paley ( the son of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich, another Romanov cousin ).
His mother ( to whom he felt especially close ), Elizaveta Ivanovna, born Countess Chernysheva-Kruglikova, was known among her circle in St. Petersburg society for her beauty, intellect, authoritativeness and tact.

Elizaveta and also
Vertov's brothers Boris Kaufman and Mikhail Kaufman were also noted filmmakers, as was his wife, Elizaveta Svilova.
He also gave two-piano recitals with Yakov Flier, as well as concerts with his violinist sister, Elizaveta.
By her 1971 marriage to film director Eldar Kuliev she has a daughter, Elizaveta Kulieva, who is also a poetess.

Elizaveta and Elizabeth
In 2004, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio starred as Elizaveta in a small-scale production directed by Michael Grandage at the Donmar Warehouse.
Image: Troubetzkoy Elizaveta Feodorovna. jpg | Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna, 1899

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While working for Kino-Nedelya he met his future wife, the film director and editor, Elizaveta Svilova, who at the time was working as an editor at Goskino.
The so-called " Council of Three ," a group issuing manifestoes in LEF, a radical Russian newsmagazine, was established in 1922 ; the group's " three " were Vertov, his ( future ) wife and editor Elizaveta Svilova, and his brother and cinematographer Mikhail Kaufman.
This was achieved after interrogating Elizaveta Voronyanskaya, Solzhenitsyn's typist who knew where the typed copy was hidden ; within days of her release by the KGB, she hanged herself on 3 August 1973.
Kino-Pravda (" Film Truth ") was a newsreel series by Dziga Vertov, Elizaveta Svilova, and Mikhail Kaufman.
" Elizaveta Fen, a fellow student who would become one of Eileen's closest friends, met her then for the first time: " She was twenty-eight-years-old and looked several years younger.
" Another was the future translator and author of memoirs Elizaveta Fen who later recalled Orwell and his friend Richard Rees, " draped " at the fireplace, looking, she thought, " moth-eaten and prematurely aged.
Her brother Laurence was killed by a bomb during the evacuation from Dunkirk, after which, according to Elizaveta Fen, " her grip on life, which had never been very firm, loosened considerably.
Her mother, Elizaveta Vasilyevna Tistrova was the daughter of landless Russian nobles.
Elizaveta ’ s parents died when she was young and she was enrolled in the Bestuzhev Courses, which happened to be the highest formal education available to women in Russia during this time.
He was the only son of schoolteacher Konstantin von Plehve and Elizaveta Mikhailovna Shamaev, daughter of a minor landowner.
At this time Serge was serving at court as a page to the Tsarina Elizaveta, wife of Tsar Alexander I.
and Elizaveta arrived in St. Petersburg, now renamed Petrograd, the Grand Duke was in a dismal state of health.
Elizaveta Mavrikievna and Vera and Georgi lived for the next two years in Sweden, first in Stockholm then in Saltsjöbaden ; but Sweden was too expensive for them so they moved first to Belgium by invitation of Albert I of Belgium, and then to Germany, settling in Altenburg where they lived 30 years, except for a couple of years in England.

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