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Does anyone know what title Victoria Melita used between her divorce from Grand Duke Ernst of Hesse and her marriage to Grand Duke Cyril of Russia? I have added it in under her maiden name, as she might have gone back to that, but if she used another title that should be included. Prsgoddess187 15:49, 23 April 2006 (UTC)
I've added images to this article, but I'd like to make sure they're all OK to use. The main photo was taken prior to World War I and appears to be from a German postcard. I copied it off a web site run by Jesus Ibarra. The web site address is listed with the photo information. His e-mail doesn't work, so I couldn't contact him for information. I think the general rule is that anything published prior to 1923 is in the public domain in the U.S. All of the photos used here look like they came from postcards that were published in Germany and elsewhere well before 1923. Please remove the photos if I'm wrong and they aren't public domain.--Bookworm857158367 22:06, 6 January 2007 (UTC)