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Marina Denikina, the daughter of Russian General Anton Denikin, was given a Russian passport on Thursday
“Today is one of the happiest days in my life,” she said at a special ceremony in the residence of the Russian ambassador to France, where the document with the national emblem of the Russian Federation was handed to her. President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on granting Russian citizenship to Marina Antonovna Denikina, born in the Krasnodar Territory in 1919 and now living in France, on April 26, this year. Marina Denikina was born in the city of Yekaterinodar, whose present name is Krasnodar. When she was one year old, her mother took her from Novorossiisk to Istanbul. After emigrating from Russia, the Denikin family first moved from one European country to another and finally settled in France in 1926. Marina Denikina became a countess after she married Jean-Francois Quipe, a historian. She worked for TV for many years. Besides, she wrote several books, most of which are about Russian history. Her pen name is Marina Grey
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