Prince Henry Victor Louis Frederick of Prussia ( German: Heinrich Viktor Ludwig Friedrich; 9 January 1900 – 26 February 1904), was the haemophiliac third son and youngest child of Prince Henry of Prussia and Princess Irene of Hesse and by Rhine, and thus a grandson of Frederick III, German Emperor, on his father's side and a great-grandson of ...
Prince Henry of Prussia (German: Albert Wilhelm Heinrich; 14 August 1862 – 20 April 1929) was a younger brother of German Emperor William II and a Prince of Prussia. He was also a grandson of Queen Victoria.
Georg Friedrich, Prince of Prussia, is the current head of the formerly royal Prussian line, while Karl Friedrich, Prince of Hohenzollern, is the head of the formerly princely Swabian line.  County of Zollern
. King George V, 1865-1936 The grandson of Queen Victoria—and great-grandfather to King Charles III—George V was born third in the line of succession and did not expect to become king. That changed...
In 1901, Tsar Nicholas II told Prince Henry of Prussia, "I do not want to seize Korea but under no circumstances can I allow Japan to become firmly established there. That will be a casus belli ."  By 1898 they had acquired mining and forestry concessions near the Yalu and Tumen rivers,  causing the Japanese much anxiety.
Washington, D.C. February 24, 1902 This monotone version may have been for guests not sitting at the head table. Wine importer George Kessler placed his business card in these menus to promote Moët & Chandon Champagne which was served at the presidential dinner and other key events during the royal visit.
Vice-Admiral Prince Henry of Prussia, brother of the Emperor William, who holds a command in the German Navy, intends shortly to visit Prussia, and will take his ...
July August September October November December February 8–9, 1904: Outbreak of the Russo-Japanese War The following events occurred in February 1904 : February 1, 1904 (Monday) Frank Wedekind 's play Pandora's Box, the second part of his "Lulu" cycle, received its world premiere in Nuremberg, Germany. 
East Prussia, German Ostpreussen, former German province bounded, between World Wars I and II, north by the Baltic Sea, east by Lithuania, and south and west by Poland and the free city of Danzig (now Gdańsk, Poland). After World War II its territory was divided between the Soviet Union and Poland.