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  2. Princess Mafalda of Savoy - Wikipedia

    Princess Mafalda of Savoy (19 November 1902 – 28 August 1944) was the second daughter of King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy and his wife Elena of Montenegro. In 1925, at the age of 22, she married the Landgrave of Hesse, Philipp. In 1943, during World War II, she was imprisoned in the Buchenwald concentration camp, where she died. [1]

  3. The Tragic Life of Mafalda of Savoy – The Royal Women

    Princess Mafalda of Savoy was a glamorous princess who met a very tragic end. I suggest you grab a box of tissues before reading more. Mafalda of Savoy was born on November 19th, 1902, in Rome. She was the second daughter of King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy, and his wife, Elena of Montenegro.

  4. The Princess in the Concentration Camp: Mafalda of Savoy

    Princess Mafalda of Savoy was born in Rome in 1902. She had one brother and three sisters: Umberto, Yolanda, Giovanna, and Maria Francesca. Mafalda inherited a love of music and the arts from her mother, Queen Elena, who wrote poetry in her spare time. In 1925, Mafalda married a German prince, Philipp of Hesse.

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  5. Mafalda of Hesse (1902–1944) |

    Italian-born princess, daughter of the king and queen of Italy, who died in a concentration camp during World War II, accused of poisoning Tsar Boris of Bulgaria . Name variations: Princess Mafalda of Savoy; landgravine of Hesse. Born Mafalda Maria Elizabeth, princess of Savoy, on November 19, 1902, in Rome, Italy; died on August 29, 1944, in ...

  6. Matilda of Savoy, Queen of Portugal - Wikipedia,_Queen_of...

    Amadeus III, Count of Savoy. Mother. Mahaut of Albon. Religion. Roman Catholicism. Matilda of Savoy ( French: Mathilde or Maud, Portuguese: Mafalda or Matilde; c. 1125 [1] – 3 December 1157/58 [2]) was Queen of Portugal, after her marriage to King Afonso Henriques, the first sovereign of Portugal, whom she married in 1146.

  7. Mafalda of Savoy (TV Movie 2006) - IMDb

    Mafalda of Savoy: Directed by Maurizio Zaccaro. With Stefania Rocca, Franco Castellano, Johannes Brandrup, Hary Prinz. The story of Mafalda is like the one of Cinderella, just the other way round.

  8. The Hesse Heist: The Family von Hessen | The National WWII ...

    In 1925, Philipp married Princess Mafalda of Savoy, the daughter of King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy. Five years later, in 1930, Christoph married Princess Sophie of Greece and Denmark (whose younger brother was Philip, the future Duke of Edinburgh and husband to Queen Elizabeth II of England).

  9. Mafalda de Savoy (1125-1157) - Find a Grave Memorial

    Mafalda, Princess of Portugal (1148-c.1160) Urraca, Princess of Portugal (1151–1188), married to King Ferdinand II of León. Sancha (1153-1159) Sancho I, King of Portugal (1154–1212), married to Dulce Berenguer of Barcelona, Princess of Aragon (daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona and Queen Petronila of Aragon)

  10. Royal victim at Buchenwald – Princess Mafalda of Savoy

    The tragedy of the Holocaust is one everyone learns about and remembers; the victims’ names are mentioned and memorialised. Royals were not exempt from the concentration camps, and Princess Mafalda of Savoy was sent off to Buchenwald where she would later die. Mafalda was born on 2 November 1902 in Rome to King Victor Emmanuel III of [read more]

  11. Mafalda of Hesse, Princess of Savoy - Buchenwald Memorial

    Mafalda of Hessen, Princess of Savoy (1902-1944), ca. 1940. Mafalda’s husband, Prince Philipp of Hesse, supported the National Socialists. He joined the party in 1930 and, after Hitler’s rise to power, became governor of the province of Hesse-Nassau. The son-in-law of the Italian king, Philipp acted as an intermediary between Hitler and ...