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  1. Frederick of Hohenau. Count [1] Albrecht Friedrich Wilhelm Bernhard of Hohenau (21 May 1857, in the Albrechtsberg Castle, in Dresden – 15 April 1914, in Ochelhermsdorf) was a German nobleman. Frederick, also known as Fritz, was a son of Prince Albrecht of Prussia (1809–1872), who was a brother of Emperor William I and King ...

  2. El Conde Alberto Federico Guillermo Bernardo de Hohenau (Palacio de Albrechtsberg, Dresde, 21 de mayo de 1857-Ochelhermsdorf, 15 de abril de 1914) fue un noble alemán.

  3. Prince Frederick Henry Albert of Prussia (German: Friedrich Heinrich Albrecht; 4 October 1809 – 14 October 1872) was the fifth son and youngest child of King Frederick William III of Prussia and Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.

  4. Frederick of Hohenau. German noble. Died when: 56 years 329 days (682 months) Star Sign: Gemini. Count Albrecht Friedrich Wilhelm Bernhard of Hohenau (21 May 1857, in the Albrechtsberg Castle, in Dresden – 15 April 1914, in Ochelhermsdorf) was a German nobleman.

  5. Count Albrecht Friedrich Wilhelm Bernhard of Hohenau (21 May 1857, in the Albrechtsberg Castle, in Dresden – 15 April 1914, in Ochelhermsdorf) was a German nobleman. Frederick, also known as Fritz, was a son of Prince Albrecht of Prussia (1809–1872), who was a brother of Emperor William I and King Frederick William IV of Prussia, from his second, morganatic marriage with Rosalie (1820 ...

  6. Friedrich Graf von Hohenau (1857-1914).png. 326 × 480; 113 KB. 0 references. country of citizenship. Kingdom of Prussia. 0 references. name in native language. Friedrich von Hohenau (German) 0 references.

  7. Wilhelm Graf von Hohenau (27 November 1884, Berlin – 11 April 1957, Hamburg) was a German Graf [1] and horse rider who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics. [2] Early life [ edit] He was the second son of Count Frederick of Hohenau and his wife, Charlotte von der Decken (1863-1933).