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  1. Duchess Sophia Charlotte of Oldenburg was a member of the House of Holstein-Gottorp. She was the only surviving child of Frederick Augustus II, Grand Duke of Oldenburg by his first wife Princess Elisabeth Anna of Prussia. Sophia Charlotte is best known for her unhappy and well-publicized marriage to Prince Eitel Friedrich, second son of Wilhelm II, German Emperor. The marriage later led to divorce; Sophia Charlotte would remarry a few years later to Harald van Hedemann, a former ...

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    Sophia Charlotte (or "Lotte") was born on 2 February 1879 in the dynastic residence Oldenburg Castle in Oldenburg, Germany. She was the eldest child of Frederick Augustus, the then Hereditary Grand Duke of Oldenburg and his wife Elisabeth Anna of Prussia. Sophia Charlotte had a younger sister named Margaret, but she died young. She was named after ...

    On 27 February 1906, Sophia Charlotte married Prince Eitel in Berlin. The wedding fell on the anniversary of the Emperor and Empress's silver wedding, which amplified the event considerably. The wedding had 1,500 guests, which included many members of Germany's royal families. Sophia Charlotte wore a four-yard long dress that was made of pearl whit...

    After many rumors of potential husbands circulated after her divorce (including the aforementioned Baron von Plettenberg), Sophia Charlotte married in 1927 Harald van Hedemann, a former Potsdam police officer. He was forty and she was forty-eight. Despite his low status, the wedding was held at the grand ducal palace at Rastede Castle, and was atte...

    Sophia Charlotte was well-educated and was brought up with a quiet and unworldly upbringing. She was a good linguist and musician.She was also a talented water-colour painter. There were concerns of her well-being in Sophia Charlotte's youth, as her mother had suffered from ill health. By traveling to spa resorts and residing in warm weather howeve...

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    1. 2 February 1879 – 27 February 1906: Her HighnessDuchess Sophia Charlotte of Oldenburg 2. 27 February 1906 – 20 October 1926: Her Royal HighnessPrincess Sophia Charlotte of Prussia 3. 20 October 1926 - 29 March 1964: Her HighnessDuchess Sophia Charlotte of Oldenburg

    Le Queux, William (1918). Love Intrigues of the Kaiser's Sons. New York: John Lane Company. ASIN B000Q9PC62.
    Radziwill, Catherine (1915). The Royal Marriage Market of Europe. New York: Funk and Wagnalls Company. ISBN 1-112-56551-5.
    Schwering, Axel von (1915). The Berlin Court Under William II. London: Cassell and Company, Ltd. ISBN 1-112-10547-6.
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    Prussian duchess, nicknamed "Lotte," and best known for her unhappy and well-publicized marriage to Prince Eitel Friedrich, second son of Wilhelm II, German Emperor. The marriage later led to divorce; Sophia Charlotte would remarry a few years later to Harald van Hedemann, a former police officer. A member of the House of Holstein-Gottorp, she was ...

    child->parent relationship with Elisabeth Anna, Princess of Prussia(born 8 February 1857)
    child->parent relationship with Friedrich August II, Grand Duke of Oldenburg(born 16 November 1852)
    spouse relationship with Eitel Friedrich, Prince of Prussia(born 7 July 1883). Notes: 1906-1926
    sibling relationship with Altburg, Duchess of Oldenburg(born 19 May 1903). Notes: Half-sisters
    sibling relationship with Nikolaus, Hereditary Grand Duke of Oldenburg(born 10 August 1897). Notes: Half-siblings

    Relationship : Marriage 27 February 1906 (Eitel Friedrich, Prince of Prussia) chart Placidus Equal_H.

    Sy Scholfield quotes from Berliner Börsenzeitung, 4 February 1879, p. 1: "Die Erbprinzesstn von Oldenburg ist vor gestern früh von einer Prinzessin glücklich entbunden worden." (The hereditary princess of Oldenburg was happily delivered yesterday morning of a princess). A time of 6 AM is speculative.

    Family : Relationship : Number of Divorces (One)
    Family : Relationship : Number of Marriages (Two)
    Family : Parenting : Kids none
    Personal : Death : Long life more than 80 yrs (Age 85)
    Notable : Famous : Royal family (House of Holstein-Gottorp, by birth)
    Notable : Famous : Royal family (House of Hohenzollern, Prussia, by marriage)
  2. Duchess Sophia Charlotte of Oldenburg (German: Sophie Charlotte; 2 February 1879 – 29 March 1964) was a member of the House of Holstein-Gottorp. She was the only surviving child of Frederick Augustus II, Grand Duke of Oldenburg by his first wife Princess Elisabeth Anna of Prussia.

  3. Sophia Charlotte (or "Lotte") was born on 2 February 1879 in the dynastic residence Oldenburg Castle in Oldenburg, Germany. She was the eldest child of Frederick Augustus, the then Hereditary Grand Duke of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg and his wife Elisabeth Anna of Prussia. Sophia Charlotte had a younger sister named Margaret, but she died young.

  4. 07/06/2012 · 0 reviews. High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Duchess Sophia Charlotte of Oldenburg (2 February 1879 - 29 March 1964) was a member of the House of Holstein-Gottorp. She was the only surviving child of Frederick Augustus II, Grand Duke of Oldenburg by his first wife Princess Elisabeth Anna of Prussia.

  5. Duchess Sophia Charlotte of Oldenburg is a 85 years old Prussian princess from Oldenburg, Lower Saxony. Duchess Sophia Charlotte of Oldenburg was born on February 02, 1879 (died on March 29, 1964, she was 85 years old) in Oldenburg, Lower Saxony .

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