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Nino Dadeshkeliani
Born 17 June 1890
Died 1931
Allegiance Flag of Georgia.svg Georgia
Service/branch Russian Army
Battles/wars World War I
Other work Author

Nino Dadeshkeliani (June 17, 1890 – 1931), a Georgian author, was the daughter of General Prince Alexander Dadeshkeliani and Princess Eristavi. Her father, an inspector of State Forests, was assassinated in 1909.

During World War I Dadeshkeliani joined the Russian Army, and served with the 4th Tartar Regiment. She drove an ambulance on the Austrian front before being wounded in 1916.

After the war, Dadeshkeliani lived in Georgia and served in the Constituent Assembly of the Democratic Republic of Georgia. However, when Soviet Russia took control of the country in March, 1921 the family moved to Paris. An account of Dadeshkeliani's wartime experiences, Princess in Uniform, was published in 1934.

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