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... Marie José of Belgium (Marie José Charlotte Sophie Amélie Henriette Gabrielle 4 August 1906 – 27 January 2001) was the last Queen of Italy ...
... For some time, she lived in Mexico with her daughter, Princess Marie-Beatrice, and her grandchildren ... Marie-José returned to Italy only after her husband had died in 1983 ... Marie José's death was instrumental in influencing the Italian government to amend its constitution and allow male members of the House of Savoy to visit Italy ...
1863) 1826 – Elme Marie Caro, French philosopher (d. 1978) 1936 – Aribert Reimann, German composer 1937 – José Araquistáin, former Spanish football goalkeeper 1937 – William Deverell, Canadian novelist, activist, and criminal lawyer 1937 ... French professor of mathematics at the University of Paris VI Pierre et Marie Curie 1963 – Barbara Bubula, Polish politician 1963 – Janey Lee Grace, English singer and disc ...
Famous quotes containing the words jos and/or marie:
“Jos: How was the concert, my dear?
Meredith: Beethoven nights theyre like animals.”
—Margaret Forster, British screenwriter, Peter Nichols, and Silvio Narizzano. Jos (Alan Bates)
“After the earthquake, which had destroyed three-quarters of Lisbon, the countrys wise men had found no more efficacious means of preventing total ruin than to give the people a fine auto-da-fé.”
—Voltaire [François Marie Arouet] (16941778)