Category:Marina Denikina

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Français : Journaliste de langue française Marina Grey (1919-2005).



Marina Denikina 
French journalist, daughter of General Denikin, leader of the white army in the Russian Civil War
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Marina Greye en 2005.
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Name in native languageMarina Grey
Date of birth20 February 1919
Krasnodar
Date of death16 November 2005
Versailles
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Father
Mother
  • Xenia Denikina
Spouse
  • Jean-François Chiappe
Award received
  • prix Eugène-Colas (1984)
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