Europa 1814-19

Map comparing Europe 1914 with Europe 1923 showing old empires becoming new countries/ via bbc.hoping to somehow find my maternal great grandmother but she immigrated from the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Princesse Ileana (1909-1991)

Romanian Royalty - Princess Ileana - daughter of Queen Marie. She became the Archduchess of Austria

Queen Marie of Romania Gallery / H.M. Queen Marie of Rumania

Queen Marie of Romania Gallery / H. Queen Marie of Rumania

Balkans, Yugoslavia & Rumania Map

The Balkans, Yugoslavia & Rumania map from Pear’s Cyclopedia 1926

Prinzessin Ileana von Rumänien, Princess of Romania

Ileana D'cruz, Vintage Dog, Dog Portraits, Dog Photos, Vintage Photography, Romania, Archduke, Vintage Photos, Grand Duke

Pss Ileana of Romania and little brother, Prince Mircea.  Both were kids of Barbu Stirbey, Queen Marie´s lover and friend. Mircea died in 1916 at age of 3.

Pss Ileana of Romania and little brother, Prince Mircea. Both were kids of Barbu Stirbey, Queen Marie´s lover and friend. Mircea died in 1916 at age of

Prince Barbu Stirbey, Queen Marie's lover and the biological father of her two youngest children, Princess Ileana and Prince Mircea.

** I have not heard this before, I don't know if it is true.Prince Barbu Stirbey, Queen Marie's lover and the biological father of her two youngest children, Princess Ileana and Prince Mircea.

Prinzessin Maria von Rumänien, future Queen of Yugoslavia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Prinzessin Maria von Rumänien, future Queen of Yugoslavia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Prince Nicholas of Romania (1903-1978) was the second son of King Ferdinand and Queen Marie of Romania.  He was of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen.  Nicholas lost his royal status in Romania when he chose to marry a divorced commoner.

Prince Nicholas of Romania was the second son of King Ferdinand and Queen Marie of Romania. He was of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen. Nicholas lost his royal status in Romania when he chose to marry a divorced commoner.

România la 1919

Imagini pentru porumb geo in lumea muzicii

Princess Marie “Mignon” of Romania, later queen of Yugoslavia. Early 1910s.

carolathhabsburg: Princess Marie “Mignon” of Romania, later queen of Yugoslavia.

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