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  1. 14 de mar. de 2023 · Frederick Augustus III was the last King of Saxony and a member of the House of Wettin. He voluntarily abdicated as King on 13 November 1918. When the German Republic was proclaimed in 1918, he was asked by telephone whether he would abdicate willingly. He said: "Oh, well, I suppose I'd better." [27]

  2. 15 de mar. de 2023 · Princess Royal 1840–1901: Frederick III German Emperor 1831–1888 r. 1888: Frederick I Grand Duke of Baden 1826– Louise of Prussia 1838–1923: Leopold of Bavaria 1846–1930: Gisela of Austria 1856–1932: Rudolf Crown Prince of Austria 1858–1889: Stéphanie of Belgium 1864–1945: Marie Valerie of Austria 1868–1924: Franz ...

  3. 7 de mar. de 2023 · Porträt der Prinzessin Marie Auguste "Magussi" (1898-1983) und des Prinzen Wolfgang ( - 1936) von... Kinderporträts des Prinzen Joachim Ernst (1901-1947), der Prinzessin Marie-Auguste "Magussi"... Porträt des Prinzen Joachim von Preussen und Marie Auguste "Magussi" (1898-1983) von Anhalt

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    Early life and family

    Augusta Victoria was born at Dolzig Castle, the eldest daughter of Frederick VIII, future Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg, and Princess Adelheid of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, a great-niece of Queen Victoria, through Victoria's half-sister Feodora. She grew up at Dolzig until the death of her grandfather, Christian August II, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg, in 1869. The family then moved to Castle Primkenauand the estate her father had inherited. She was known...

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    On 27 February 1881, Augusta married her second cousin Prince Wilhelm of Prussia. Augusta's maternal grandmother Princess Feodora of Leiningen was the half-sister of Queen Victoria, who was Wilhelm's maternal grandmother. Wilhelm had earlier proposed to his first cousin, Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine(known in the family as "Ella"), a daughter of his mother's own sister, but she declined. He did not react well, and was adamant that he would soon marry another princess. Wilhelm's fam...


    Augusta was known as "Dona" within the family. She had a somewhat lukewarm relationship with her mother-in-law, Victoria, who had hoped that Dona would help to heal the rift between herself and Wilhelm; this was not to be the case. The Empress was also annoyed that the title of head of the Red Cross went to Dona, who had no nursing or charity experience or inclination (though in her memoirs, Princess Viktoria Luise paints a different picture, stating that her mother loved charity work). Augus...

    The funeral of Augusta Victoria is reflected upon in the novel by Katherine Anne Porter, Ship of Fools. In it, a German passenger silently reminisces on the funeral and its cinematic showing to a small colony of Germans living abroad in Mexico and describes the outpouring of public grief that was seen within that community. Augusta Victoria's passi...

    Imperial Monogram of Empress Augusta Victoria
    Variation of Empress Augusta Victoria's Monogram
    Monogram of the Königin Augusta Garde-Grenadier-Regiment Nr.4
    Empress Augusta Bay on Bougainville Islandis named after the Empress.
    The Empress of Germany's bird of paradise, Paradisaea raggiana augustavictoriae, was named in her honour.
    The Augusta Victoria Hospitalin Jerusalem was built by Wilhelm II and named after his wife.
    There is a white rose cultivar named after her, the Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (Peter Lambert, 1891).
    Radziwill, Catherine (1915). The Royal Marriage Market of Europe. New York: Funk and Wagnalls Company. ISBN 1-4589-9988-2.
    Van der Kiste, John: The last German Empress: A life of Empress Augusta Victoria, Consort of Emperor William II. CreateSpace, 2015
    Thomas Weiberg: … wie immer Deine Dona. Verlobung und Hochzeit des letzten deutschen Kaiserpaares. Isensee-Verlag, Oldenburg 2007, ISBN 978-3-89995-406-7.
    "Auguste, Victoria" . New International Encyclopedia. 1905.
    Newspaper clippings about Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein in the 20th Century Press Archives of the ZBW
  4. 17 de mar. de 2023 · The legendary actress’ ninth husband, Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt (also known as Prince Frédéric of Anhalt, Duke of Saxony and Westphalia, Count of Ascania) bagged his royal title by paying the...

  5. 7 de mar. de 2023 · Postkarte: Porträt Prinzessin Marie Auguste von Anhalt (1898-1983), Braut des Prinzen Joachim von Preussen (1890-1920) Archivaliensignatur: Landesarchiv Sachsen-Anhalt, E 200, F 1087 (Benutzungsort: Dessau)

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