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  1. Prince Wolfgang of Hesse: Hesse-Kassel: Born 6 November 1896. Prince Wolfgang of Hesse-Kassel was the designated Hereditary Prince of the monarchy of Finland, (with a pretension to Estonia), and as such, called the Crown Prince of Finland officially until 14 December 1918, and also afterwards by some monarchists. NSDAP – 7900128: Joined: 1 January 1940

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  3. Former German nobility in the Nazi Party - Wikipedia

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    Prince Wolfgang of Hesse: Hesse-Kassel: Born 6 November 1896. Prince Wolfgang of Hesse-Kassel was the designated Hereditary Prince of the monarchy of Finland, (with a pretension to Estonia), and as such, called the Crown Prince of Finland officially until 14 December 1918, and also afterwards by some monarchists. NSDAP – 7900128: Joined: 1 January 1940

  4. Prince Wolfgang of Hesse, Crown Prince of Finland and fourth ...

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    Prince Wolfgang of Hesse, Crown Prince of Finland and fourth son of Fredrik Kaarle Vote 4 4 comments Best Add a Comment Connorus • 5 min. ago Free to use with credit 1 RudolfMidler • 2 min. ago hi conro 1 Connorus • 1 min. ago Upvote 1 RudolfMidler • 1 min. ago allow reacting to messages in portrait makers More posts you may like r/hoi4portraits

  5. Prince Otto of Hesse in Whitehall Palace, 1611 | Institute of ...

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    Prince Otto of Hesse in Whitehall Palace, 1611. This paper draws upon an unpublished manuscript account of Prince Otto von Hessen-Kassel's princely tour in England and Scotland in 1611. From within this rich manuscript, the paper focuses specifically on the account's descriptions of James VI and I (1566—1625) and Anna of Denmark's (1574—1619) rooms at Whitehall Palace, and the images and objects collected therein.

  6. Grand Duchy of Hesse - Wikipedia

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    The crown princes of Hesse and Prussia arranged a cease fire in the middle of July. Dalwigk rejected this in the hope that France would enter the war against Prussia. On 31 July, Prussian troops occupied Darmstadt without a battle. After its defeat in the war, Hesse was forced to concede territory to Prussia in the Treaty of 3 September 1866 .

  7. The wedding of Prince Donatus von Hessen and ... - NettyRoyal

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    Friedrichshof Castle was built between 1889 and 1893 for Empress Victoria of Germany, widow of Emperor Friedrich III and eldest daughter of Queen Victoria of Great Britain. Empress Victoria is also the great-great-grandmother of Prince Donatus von Hessen. In the evening a dinner and ball took place, hosted by Landgrave Moritz von Hessen and Princess Tatiana von Hessen and the mother of the bride Countess Adelheid von Faber- Castell.

  8. Prince Christoph Ernst Au­gust of Hesse (14 May 1901 – 7 Oc­to­ber 1943) was a nephew of Kaiser Wil­helm II. He was an SS-Oberführer in the All­ge­meine SS and an of­fi­cer in the Luft­waffe Re­serve, killed on ac­tive duty in a plane crash dur­ing World War II.

  9. Christian IX | king of Denmark | Britannica

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    In 1842 he married Louise of Hesse-Kassel, cousin of the childless Danish king, Frederick VII, and he was named successor to the throne of Denmark, Schleswig-Holstein, and Lauenburg in the London protocol of 1852. When Christian came to the throne at Frederick’s death in November 1863, he was forced by popular feeling in Denmark to sign the November constitution, which incorporated Schleswig into the state and made war with the German states inevitable.

  10. Steppenwolf | novel by Hesse | Britannica

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    Distrusting Western values and despising middle-class society, he despairs of connecting with another human being. Eventually he learns that by conquering his sexual and emotional inhibitions, he can relate to others and still keep his ideals. Steppenwolf | novel by Hesse | Britannica.

  11. #BornThisDay: Bisexual, Prince Andrew of Greece

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    The current British Prince Andrew (born 1960) was named after his bisexual Greek grandfather. It is widely known that Prince Andrew is the favorite son of Queen Elizabeth, in spite of all that scandalous business with his wife Sarah Ferguson , Duchess of York, known to us as “Fergie” and his nasty connection to Jefferey Epstein , the pedophile and pal of our charming president.

  12. Patrick McDowell Q.C.D on Twitter: "@LuckyIrish4444 ...

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    “@LuckyIrish4444 @doubleDutchquak Prince Donatus with his wife Princess Floria of Hesse belong to the Faber-Castell family, which owns the company also called Faber-Castell, which is a high-end pen and pencil manufacturer. Faber refers to the word fable and castell refers to the word castle.”