Princess Marie Nigeradze was listed as Russian in the entry lists of the 1924 Paris Olympics, but probably had French citizenship as she lived and worked in France in 1924. She was actually from a noble Georgian family. After World War I she wrote novels Die Bronceuhr (The Bronze Watch), and Der ruhelose Engel (The Restless Angel) under the pseudonym Mary Vega. As there is also listed a German name Maria Lang in some sources, she may have moved to Germany or Austria.
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