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  1. Adolph Schwarzenberg. Adolph Schwarzenberg (18 August 1890 – 27 February 1950) was a notable landowner, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He was the eldest son of Johann (Czech: Jan) and Therese Schwarzenberg, née Trauttmansdorff-Weinsberg. An outspoken opponent of the Nazi regime, his property was stolen by the German Reich and later stolen ...

  2. Adolph (Fürst zu) Schwarzenberg (* 18.August 1890 in Frauenberg, Böhmen; † 27. Februar 1950 in Bordighera, Italien) war ein böhmischer Adliger und wurde 1938 einer der größten Grundbesitzer der Tschechoslowakei.

  3. Adolph Schwarzenberg se casó [6] con la princesa Hilda de Luxemburgo y Nassau (15 de febrero de 1897 - 8 de septiembre de 1979) en 1930. La pareja compartía la pasión por la agricultura, la vida silvestre y la botánica y pasaba gran parte de su tiempo en su pabellón de caza Stará Obora [7]. cerca de Hluboká.

  4. Adolph Schwarzenberg provenía de la familia Schwarzenberg y fue el décimo príncipe de Schwarzenberg. Como hijo mayor del príncipe Johann II (1860-1938) y su esposa Therese Countess von und zu Trauttmansdorff -Weinsberg (1870-1945), fue jefe de la denominada línea Primogenitur de la Casa del Príncipe desde 1938 , también Primer Majorat. o Schwarzenberg - Krumau - llamado Frauenberg .

  5. Adolph Schwarzenberg was born in Hluboka on the 18 th of August 1890 as the first of eight children into the Schwarzenberg family and was educated to eventually take over the management of extensive landholdings, real estate and industry, as well as substantial art collections and extensive archives from his father.

  6. 25/05/2018 · Adolf Joseph Prinz zu Schwarzenberg was born in 1832. He married Ida von Liechtenstein, daughter of Aloise II Fürst von Liechtenstein and Frances Kinsky, in 1857. He died in 1914. He gained the title of Prinz zu Schwarzenberg.1. view all 12.

    • March 18, 1832
    • October 05, 1914 (82)Vienna, Vienna, Austria
    • Vienna, Vienna, Austria
    • Günther Kipp
  7. Adolph Schwarzenberg was an outspoken opponent of the Nazis. As a consequence, in 1940 all his property was confiscated by the Gestapo and he was forced to flee abroad. He spent the remainder of the war in exile in the USA, where he completed a PhD at Columbia University and supported the Czechoslovak cause.