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Who is Princess Dragomiroff maid?

Last Updated: 26th June, 2020

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Hildegarde pretends to be Princess Dragomiroff's maid, but is truly the Armstrong's cook.

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Subsequently, one may also ask, who was the last person to see Ratchett alive?

Greta is supposedly the last person to see Cassetti (Ratchett) alive.

One may also ask, who claims to be the owner of the handkerchief? King Richard II of England, who reigned from 1377 to 1399, is widely believed to have invented the cloth handkerchief, as surviving documents written by his courtiers describe his use of square pieces of cloth to wipe his nose.

Keeping this in consideration, who killed Mr ratchett?

Poirot gathers all of the passengers into the dining car and propounds two possible solutions. The first solution is that a stranger entered the train when it stopped at Vinkovci, killed Ratchett and disembarked from the train.

Where is Princess Dragomiroff from?

Princess Dragomiroff is wealthy, elderly Russian woman who now resides in France.

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