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  2. Prince Adalbert of Prussia (1884–1948) - Wikipedia

    Prince Adalbert of Prussia; Born 14 July 1884 Marmorpalais, Potsdam, Prussia, German Empire: Died: 22 September 1948 (aged 64) La Tour de Peilz, Vaud, Switzerland: Burial: 26 September 1948

  3. Prince Adalbert of Prussia - Wikipedia

    Prince Adalbert of Prussia (1884–1948) Prince Adalbert of Prussia (1811–1873)

  4. Prince Adalbert - Wikipedia

    Prince Adalbert may refer to. Prince Adalbert of Prussia (1811–1873), Prussian admiral. Prince Adalbert of Bavaria (1828–1875), son of Ludwig I of Bavaria and Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen. Prince Adalbert of Prussia (1884–1948), son of Wilhelm II, German Emperor and Princess Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein.

  5. Prince Adalbert of Prussia (1811–1873) - Wikipedia

    Prince Adalbert of Prussia. Prince Heinrich Wilhelm Adalbert of Prussia (29 October 1811 – 6 June 1873) was a son of Prince Wilhelm of Prussia and Landgravine Marie Anna of Hesse-Homburg. He was a naval theorist and admiral. He was instrumental during the Revolutions of 1848 in founding the first unified German fleet, the Reichsflotte.

  6. Prince Albert - Death, Queen Victoria & Children - Biography

    Internationally, Prince Albert led the queen through disputes with Prussia (in 1856) and the United States (in 1861).

  7. Balmain Tigers - Players - All Matches - Rugby League Project

    Complete list of Balmain Tigers players. All Matches. Please note that the numbers below are based on data contained in the RLP database, and may not be accurate.

  8. Supporting private practices exclusively since 1884 Goetze Dental is a fifth-generation, family owned, full service dental supply company proudly serving private practices in the Midwest since 1884. Products

  9. History of Belgium - Wikipedia

    e. The history of Belgium extends before the founding of the modern state of that name in 1830, and is intertwined with those of its neighbors: the Netherlands, Germany, France and Luxembourg. For most of its history, what is now Belgium was either a part of a larger territory, such as the Carolingian Empire, or divided into a number of smaller ...