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  1. Frederick III, also called (until 1888) Crown Prince Frederick William, German Kronprinz Friedrich Wilhelm, in full Friedrich Wilhelm Nikolaus Karl, (born Oct. 18, 1831, Potsdam, Prussia—died June 15, 1888, Potsdam), king of Prussia and German emperor for 99 days in 1888, during which time he was a voiceless invalid, dying of throat cancer.

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  2. Friedrich Karl was born at the Royal Palace in Berlin on 20 March 1828, as the only son of Prince Charles of Prussia, the brother of future German emperor William I. From 1842 to 1846, Frederick Charles was under the military tutelage of then Major Albrecht von Roon. In 1845, the Prince joined the army and was sent to an infantry company.

  3. Prince Friedrich Karl of Prussia (Tassilo Wilhelm Humbert Leopold Friedrich Karl; 6 April 1893 – 6 April 1917) was a German prince and competitive horse rider who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics. [1] Contents 1 Biography 2 Regimental Commissions 3 Chivalric Orders[5] 4 Military Decorations (1914-1917) 5 Ancestry 6 See also 7 References

  4. 1 de feb. de 2021 · Danish: Frederik Karl Nikolaus von Preußen (Hohenzollern), Prinz, German: Friedrich Carl Nikolaus von Preußen (Hohenzollern), Prinz. Birthdate: March 20, 1828. Birthplace: Berlin, Preußen, Deutschland (DB) Death: June 15, 1885 (57) Klein Glienicke, Berlin, Preußen, Deutschland (DKR) Place of Burial:

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    prince Frederick Charles of Prussian by Richard Brend'amour

    From 1842 to 1846, Frederick Charles was under the military tutelage of then major Albrecht von Roon, who accompagnied the Prince to the University of Bonn in 1846. After his studies, the Prince served as a captain on Wrangel's staff during the Schleswig campaign of 1848. Promoted to major on the general staff, he partook in a campaign in Baden during which he was wounded. During the following peace years he was promoted to colonel in 1

    ↑ "Prince Frederick Charles of Prussia". 27 July 1878.

  5. Prince Frederick Charles Alexander of Prussia (German: Friedrich Karl Alexander; 29 June 1801 – 21 January 1883) was a younger son of Frederick William III of Prussia. He served as a Prussian general for much of his adult life and became the first Herrenmeister (Grand Master) of the Order of Saint John after its restoration as a chivalric order.