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  1. Mother. Wilhelmine of Prussia. Religion. Dutch Reformed Church. Prince Frederick of the Netherlands, Prince of Orange-Nassau (full names: Willem Frederik Karel; 28 February 1797, in Berlin – 8 September 1881, in Wassenaar ), was the second son of William I of the Netherlands and his wife, Wilhelmine of Prussia .

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    The prince grew up at the court of his grandfather Frederick William II of Prussia and uncle Frederick William III of Prussia. One of his tutors was Carl von Clausewitz. Aged 16, the prince fought in the Battle of Leipzig. The prince first entered the Netherlands in December 1813. As he spoke no Dutch, the prince was sent to Leiden University to ge...

    Based on a house treaty, Frederick was to inherit the family's German possessions upon his father's death. After the treaty of Vienna these were no longer in the possession of the family. He instead was made heir to the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg. In 1816, Frederick relinquished this claim in exchange for land in the Netherlands and the title of Prin...

    Prince Frederick married in Berlin on 21 May 1825 his first cousin Louise, daughter of Frederick William III of Prussia. They had four children: 1. Wilhelmina Frederika Alexandrine Anna Louise (The Hague, 5 August 1828 – Stockholm, 30 March 1871), married in Stockholm on 19 June 1850 to Charles XV of Sweden(Stockholm, 3 May 1826 - Malmö, 18 Septemb...

  2. 24/05/2021 · Frederik, Prince of the Netherlands, was born on 28 February 1797, the second son of Prince William Frederik, later King William I. Born and raised in Berlin, he was for some years an active officer in Prussian service, and in 1813 entered the Netherlands. He married Louisa Augusta Amelia, daughter of Frederick William III, King of Prussia.

  3. 16/09/2022 · English: Prince Frederik of the Netherlands (full names: Willem Frederik Karel), Prince of Orange-Nassau, ( Berlin, February 28, 1797 – Wassenaar, September 8, 1881), was the second son of king William I of the Netherlands and his wife Queen Wilhelmine. Gallery de:Wilhelm Friedrich Karl von Oranien-Nassau, photography around 1860

  4. Prince Frederick of the Netherlands, Prince of Orange-Nassau (full names: Willem Frederik Karel; 28 February 1797, in Berlin – 8 September 1881, in Wassenaar), was the second son of William I of the Netherlands and his wife, Wilhelmine of Prussia. Read more on Wikipedia

  5. Prince Frederick of the Netherlands, Prince of Orange-Nassau (full names: Willem Frederik Karel; 28 February 1797, in Berlin – 8 September 1881, in Wassenaar), was the second son of William I of the Netherlands and his wife, Wilhelmine of Prussia.

  6. Prince Frederik of Orange-Nassau (English: William George Frederick, Dutch: Willem George Frederik; 15 February 1774 – 6 January 1799) was the youngest son of William V, Prince of Orange and Stadtholder of the Dutch Republic and Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia, sister of King Frederick William II.