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  2. Prince Wilhelm, 1884–1965 Carl Wilhelm Ludvig was born in June 1884 at Tullgarn Palace. He was the son of Gustaf (V) and Viktoria of Baden, and the brother of Gustaf (VI) Adolf and Prince Erik. Prince Wilhelm was Duke of Södermanland. It was traditional for the second child in the royal family to follow a naval career.

  3. Genealogy for Wilhelm Adolf Nassau-Usingen (Nassau), Prince (1710 - 1710) family tree on Geni, with over 230 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  4. 14/06/2017 · Gustaf Adolf of Sweden (Oscar Fredrik Wilhelm Olaf Gustaf Adolf) was born on November 11, 1882 at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. At birth, he was created Duke of Skåne by his grandfather, King Oscar II. He was the eldest of three sons of the future King Gustav V and Victoria of Baden.

  5. Prince Wilhelm was born as the second son of Queen Kristina and her consort, Ludvig. For most of his life, he was second in line to the Swedish throne after his brother, Prince Erik. As the "spare" heir, Wilhelm didn't have as many responsibilities as Erik but was still expected to keep up a positive public reputation for the sake of his family.

  6. 20/02/2020 · Prince Wilhelm of Prussia, the eldest son of the exiled emperor Wilhelm II, who had abdicated in November 1918, was given the place of honor in Potsdam’s Garrison Church: with his family, the Hohenzollern, he sat behind an empty chair symbolizing the Kaiser ’s absence. Hitler, when entering the church, saluted him.

  7. Adolf I, Prince of Schaumburg-Lippe (Adolf Georg) was the eldest of the nine children of Georg Wilhelm, Prince of Schaumburg-Lippe and Princess Ida of Waldeck and Pyrmont. He was born at Bückeburg Castle (link in German) in Bückeburg, Principality of Schaumberg-Lippe, now in the German state of Lower Saxony, on August 1, 1817.