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Princess Adilé Zogolli[1]
(1890-1966)

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For a number of years, she ran the household for Zog and his sisters. After she separated from her husband in 1925, she rejoined her brother's household with her children. Later, she was transferred to Switzerland for treatment after contracting tuberculosis, and remained there a number of years.[1] In 1928, she was granted the title of princess, along with her other sisters.[2] She joined her brother King Zog in his exile to England, and she later settled in Henley-on-Thames. In the 1950s, she moved to Cannes with her brother Zog until his death in 1961 when she returned to England.[1] 

Place of birth: Mati[2]
Place of death: England[1]
Place of burial: Thiais cemetery, Paris[1]


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Sources

1. R. Elsie. A Biographical Dictionary of Albanian History. London; New York: I.B. Tauris & Co.Ltd, 2013.

2. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, ed. Burke's Royal Families of the World. Volume I: Europe & Latin America. London: Burke’s Peerage Ltd, 1977.

 

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