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Rachmanowa, Alja, 1898-1991

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Personal name headingRachmanowa, Alja, 1898-1991
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Variant(s)Rakhmanova, Aleksandra, 1898-1991
Hoyer, Galina Duri︠a︡gina von, 1898-
Duri︠a︡gina, Galina, 1898-1991
Rachmanova, Alja, 1898-1991
Rachmanowa, Alexandra, 1898-1991
Rachmanova, A., 1898-1991
Found inHer Studenty, li︠u︡bovʹ, cheka i smertʹ, 19--: t.p. (Aleksandra Rakhmanova)
LC in RLIN, 12-20-84 (hdg.: Hoyer, Galina (Duri︠a︡gina) von, 1898-; usage: Alja Rachmanowa)
Flight from terror, 1933: t.p. (Alja Rachmanova)
Tragödie einer Liebe, 1937: t.p. (Alexandra Rachmanowa)
Sonja Kowalewski, 1953: t.p. (Alja Rachmanowa)
Szerelem, Cseka, halál, 1990: t.p. (A. Rachmanova)
Nat. Lib. of Germany auth. file, 20 Apr. 2009 (hdg.: Rachmanowa, Alja; life dates: 1898-1991; Austrian writer and psychologist, born in Russia, resident in Austria from 1925 and Switzerland from 1947)
German Wikipedia, 20 Apr. 2009: under Alja Rachmanowa (Alja Rachmanowa, born Galina Djuragin, 27 June 1898 at Kasli in the Urals; died 11 Feb. at Ettenhausen in Switzerland; her husband was Arnulf von Hoyer, of Salzburg, who translated her manuscripts into German; she adopted the pseudonym Alja Rachmanowa, by which name she later became well-known, during her Austrian exile in order to protect her remaining relatives in Russia)