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  2. Prince Henry of Prussia (August 14, 1862 — April 20, 1929 ...

    After the war Prince Henry maintained naval traditions and connections, became an avid flyer and car driver, and was one of the few Hohenzollerns to be allowed to remain on German soil. The kaiser's brother died at Hemmelsmark on April 20, 1929, of cancer of the throat, the same disease that had claimed his father in 1888. Achievements

  3. Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston - Wikipedia,_3rd...

    He had two periods in office, 1855–1858 and 1859–1865, before his death at the age of 80 years, a few months after victory in a general election in which he had obtained an increased majority. He remains the most recent British prime minister to die in office. Palmerston masterfully controlled public opinion by stimulating British nationalism.

  4. List of symphony composers - Wikipedia

    Joseph Haydn (1732–1809), Austrian composer, one of the best-known Classical composers of symphonies, he wrote 106 examples, combining wit and structural clarity (see the List of symphonies by Joseph Haydn and the Category of Haydn symphonies) Franz Ignaz von Beecke (1733–1803), German composer of at least 33 symphonies