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  2. Wilhelm, German Crown Prince - Wikipedia

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    Wilhelm, German Crown Prince, Crown Prince of Prussia (Friedrich Wilhelm Victor August Ernst; 6 May 1882 – 20 July 1951) was the eldest child of the last Kaiser, the German Emperor, Wilhelm II, and his consort Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein.

  3. Death in the Baltic: The World War II Sinking of the Wilhelm ...

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    Cathryn J. Prince (Weston, CT) is the author of American Daredevil: The Extraordinary Life of Richard Halliburton, the World's First Celebrity Travel Writer, Death in the Baltic: The WWII Sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff and three other non-fiction books including Shot from the Sky: American POWs in Switzerland.

  4. Ernest Augustus, Crown Prince of Hanover - Wikipedia

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    He became the crown prince of Hanover upon his father's accession as George V in November 1851. William I of Prussia and his minister-president Otto von Bismarck deposed George V and annexed Hanover after George sided with the defeated Austria in the 1866 Austro-Prussian War. During that war, the Crown Prince saw action at the Battle of ...

  5. Prince Frederick William of Hesse-Kassel - Wikipedia

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    Prince Wilhelm (1844–1844) His second wife was Princess Anna of Prussia (1836–1918), the youngest daughter of Prince Charles of Prussia and Princess Marie of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. They had six children: Prince Frederick William III of Hesse (1854–1888); never married; died at sea on a voyage from Batavia to Singapore.

  6. Prince Hubertus of Prussia - Wikipedia

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    Biography. He joined the army in 1934 (infantry regiment 8 in Frankfurt/Oder) and participated in the Invasion of Poland in 1939. One year later he was dismissed from the army by Hitler's Prinzenerlaß, following the death of his elder brother Prince Wilhelm of Prussia, who was wounded in France in May 1940 and later died in a Field hospital in Belgium.

  7. Explore the Royal Collection Online

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    The income from your ticket contributes directly to The Royal Collection Trust, a registered charity. The aims of The Royal Collection Trust are the care and conservation of the Royal Collection, and the promotion of access and enjoyment through exhibitions, publications, loans and educational activities.

  8. Napoleon III - Wikipedia

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    The new government of Spain considered several candidates, including Leopold, Prince of Hohenzollern, a cousin of King Wilhelm I of Prussia. At the end of 1869, Napoleon III had let it be known to the Prussian king and his Chancellor Bismarck that a Hohenzollern prince on the throne of Spain would not be acceptable to France.

  9. Greek royal family - Wikipedia

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    The royal coat of arms still used by the royal family is a blue shield with the white cross of Greece with the greater coat of arms of Denmark of 1819-1903 in the centre. . This was consequently also the arms of Denmark when the Danish prince William accepted the Greek throne as King George

  10. Cologne - Wikipedia

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    The Cologne Ring boulevards (such as Hohenzollernring, Kaiser-Wilhelm-Ring, Hansaring) with their medieval city gates (such as Hahnentorburg on Rudolfplatz) are also known for their night life. Hohe Straße (literally: High Street) is one of the main shopping areas and extends past the cathedral in an approximately southerly direction. The ...