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August 31, 1991 | From Associated Press
The pretender to the Russian throne celebrated his 74th birthday Friday with a wish to return to his ancestral land, whether as the possible first czar since the 1917 revolution or simply as an adviser. "Czardom in some form could be a good solution. I have got information that it could be possible. It could act as a balancing factor," said Grand Duke Vladimir Kirilovich Romanov during a birthday reception at Haiko Manor, near the town of Porvoo, where he was born.
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April 22, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The successor to the Russian throne, Grand Duke Vladimir Kirillovich Romanov, collapsed and died Tuesday at a news briefing. He was 74. The grand duke was in Miami to talk with a forum of civic leaders. He was speaking with members of the Spanish language media at the Northern Trust Bank Tuesday morning when he fell unconscious. He was pronounced dead at Mercy Hospital shortly before 2 p.m., hospital spokeswoman Odalys Lloret said. The cause of death was not immediately known.
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November 7, 1991 | ELIZABETH SHOGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A hush fell over the crowd at the ornate St. Isaak's Cathedral on Wednesday night as a 74-year-old Romanov, the pretender to the Russian imperial throne, bowed his head and kissed a cross hanging from the neck of Patriarch Alexei II, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church.
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November 7, 1991 | ELIZABETH SHOGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A hush fell over the crowd at the ornate St. Isaak's Cathedral on Wednesday night as a 74-year-old Romanov, the pretender to the Russian imperial throne, bowed his head and kissed a cross hanging from the neck of Patriarch Alexei II, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church.
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April 22, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The successor to the Russian throne, Grand Duke Vladimir Kirillovich Romanov, collapsed and died Tuesday at a news briefing. He was 74. The grand duke was in Miami to talk with a forum of civic leaders. He was speaking with members of the Spanish language media at the Northern Trust Bank Tuesday morning when he fell unconscious. He was pronounced dead at Mercy Hospital shortly before 2 p.m., hospital spokeswoman Odalys Lloret said. The cause of death was not immediately known.
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August 31, 1991 | From Associated Press
The pretender to the Russian throne celebrated his 74th birthday Friday with a wish to return to his ancestral land, whether as the possible first czar since the 1917 revolution or simply as an adviser. "Czardom in some form could be a good solution. I have got information that it could be possible. It could act as a balancing factor," said Grand Duke Vladimir Kirilovich Romanov during a birthday reception at Haiko Manor, near the town of Porvoo, where he was born.
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