Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark

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Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark (Greece and Denmark, Glücksburg)

Birthdate: (94)
Birthplace: Tatoi Palace, Greece
Death: October 16, 1997 (94)
Paris, France
Place of Burial: Topola, Sumadija, Serbia
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Nicholaos of Greece and Denmark, prince and Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia
Wife of Prince Paul of Yugoslavia
Mother of Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia; Nicholas Karageorgievich / Karađorđević; <private> of Yugoslavia (Karadjordjević); Prince Alexander Yugoslavia; Prince Nikola Yugoslavia and 1 other
Sister of Prinzessin Elisabeth, Gräfin zu Toerring-Jettenbach and Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark

Occupation: Princess Olga of Yugoslavia
Managed by: Shirley Marie Caulk
Last Updated:

About Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark

Olga of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, Princess of Grækenland og Denmark. By marriage Princess of Yugoslavia

Links:

The Peerage: http://thepeerage.com/p10361.htm#i103602

Geneall: http://www.geneall.net/W/per_page.php?id=6654

Wikipedia:

English: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_Olga_of_Greece_and_Denmark

http://ww2gravestone.com/people/karadordevic-prince-paul-of-yugoslavia-paul/


Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark was the granddaughter of King George I of Greece and wife of Prince Paul, Prince Regent of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

Princess Olga was born in Athens, Greece, on 11 June 1903. Her father was Prince Nicholas of Greece and Denmark, the third son of George I of Greece. Her mother was Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia, a granddaughter of Tsar Alexander II of Russia.

The family was not wealthy and forced into exile when she was 11, following the overthrow of the Greek monarchy. The family later moved to Paris, whereas Olga stayed throughout Europe with her extended family.

Brought up without wealth, Princess Olga was engaged to Prince Frederick of Denmark in 1922. In the end she married HRH Prince Paul of Yugoslavia in Belgrade on 22 October 1923. Prince Paul was the regent after the assassination of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia.

Prince Paul and Princess Olga had issue: Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia (13 August 1924-12 May 2016) married Princess Maria Pia of Savoy on 12 February 1955 in Estoril Portugal. They have issue. After their divorce in 1967 he married Princess Barbara of Liechtenstein on 2 November 1973. They have issue. Prince Nikola of Yugoslavia (29 June 1928–12 April 1954) Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia (7 April 1936) married

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Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark's Timeline

1903
June 11, 1903
Greece
June 11, 1903
- October 19, 1923
Athens, Attica, Attica, Greece
1923
October 22, 1923
- January 16, 1929
Age 20
Belgrade, City of Belgrade, Serbia
1924
August 13, 1924
Age 21
White Lodge, Richmond Park, Surrey, England
August 13, 1924
Age 21
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
1928
June 29, 1928
Age 25
London, Middlesex, England
June 29, 1928
Age 25
London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
1936
April 7, 1936
Age 32
Belgrade, City of Belgrade, Serbia