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  1. Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, KG, KT, GCSI, GCMG, GCStJ (Leopold George Duncan Albert; 7 April 1853 – 28 March 1884) was the eighth child and youngest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Leopold was later created Duke of Albany, Earl of Clarence, and Baron Arklow. He had haemophilia, which contributed to his death following a fall at ...

  2. El príncipe Leopoldo, duque de Albany (en inglés, Leopold George Duncan Albert; Londres, 7 de abril de 1853 - Cannes, 28 de marzo de 1884), fue el octavo de los nueve hijos de la reina Victoria del Reino Unido y de Alberto de Sajonia-Coburgo-Gotha . Índice 1 Biografía 2 Títulos, tratamiento, honores y armas 2.1 Tratamiento 2.2 Escudo de armas

    • 28 de marzo de 1884 (30 años), Cannes, Francia
    • Leopoldo Jorge Duncan Alberto (en inglés: Leopold George Duncan Albert)
  3. Charles Edward, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha The Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany (Leopold George Duncan Albert; 7 April 1853 – 28 March 1884) was a member of the British Royal Family, a son of Queen Victoria and Albert, Prince Consort. Leopold was later created the Duke of Albany, Earl of Clarence and Baron Arklow.

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    Die Geburt von Prinz Leopold war in medizinischer Hinsicht eine Sensation, da seine Mutter sich bei der Geburt von dem als „ersten Anästhesisten“ bezeichneten John Snow mit Chloroform betäuben ließ und durch ihr Vorbild die Anästhesie in der Geburtshilfe populär wurde. Die schmerzlose Geburt hatte daraufhin die Bezeichnung Anaesthesie à la reineerh...

    Am 27. April 1882 heiratete Leopold die Prinzessin Helene zu Waldeck und Pyrmont(1861–1922), mit der er zwei Kinder hatte: 1. Alice (* 25. Februar 1883; † 3. Januar 1981) ⚭ 1904 Alexander von Teck 2. Carl Eduard, später regierender Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha (1884–1954) ⚭ 1905 Viktoria Adelheid von Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg ...

    Charlotte Zeepvat: Queen Victorias youngest son. The untold story of Prince Leopold. Sutton Publishing, Stroud 1998, ISBN 0-7509-3791-2.

    ↑ H. Orth, I. Kis: Schmerzbekämpfung und Narkose. In: Franz Xaver Sailer, Friedrich Wilhelm Gierhake (Hrsg.): Chirurgie historisch gesehen. Anfang – Entwicklung – Differenzierung. Dustri-Verlag, De...
    ↑ Harald Sandner: Das Haus Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha 1826 bis 2001; Eine Dokumentation zum 175-jährigen Jubiläum des Stammhauses in Wort und Bild. Druck- und Verlagsanstalt Neue Presse, Coburg 2001,...
    • 7. April 1853
    • Leopold, 1. Duke of Albany
    • britischer Prinz, Duke of Albany
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    • Chloroform
    • Use of The Adjective "Gubernatorial"?
    • Cause of Death
    • Haemophiliac
    • Seaforth Highlanders?
    • Alice Or Edith?
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    Has anyone got ant evidence on the assumption that he may be the son of Dleep Singh... I mean where has this come from? 1. Stories circulated at the time that, on a visit by Duleep Singh to England, Victoria was captivated by him, and had a sexual affair that resulted in her pregnancy with Leopold. Both Albert and Victoria showered Duleep Singh wit...

    In the WP article on Leopold's sister and Victoria's youngest child, Beatrice, it says the use of chloroform was sanctioned by Victoria by her use of it during Beatrice's birth. However, this article suggests she first used it during Leopold's delivery. Can anyone clear this up? ANB (talk) 00:12, 21 July 2009 (UTC) 1. The first use of chloroform by...

    The article states that the Duke of Albany later "pursued gubernatorial appointments in both Canada and Australia, but was rejected in part due to his health problems." In Australia the adjective "gubernatorial" is not used; the appropriate adjective is "vice-regal". I think the same is true for Canada. I suggest that "gubernatorial" be replaced by...

    I have edited and corrected the cause of death: it was inexplicably stated that injury from Leopold's fall in Cannes was confined to his knee and that he died from the effects of the morphine given as analgesia for that, combined with "claret taken at dinner." Unsurprisingly, no references were cited.Leopold died of cerebral haemorrhage - the only ...

    I did a fairly cursory search on the prince and hemophilia (my spelling) and found multiple reliable-looking mentions of his "mild" hemophilia, but nothing that qualified as a source. Doesn't anybody out there have a bio they can cite? GeorgeTSLC (talk) 14:11, 20 April 2012 (UTC)

    Was Leopold not a patron of the Seaforth Highlanders? Did he hold a ceremonial rank in the Seaforths? I heard that the silver letter "L" that appears next to the stags head on the Seaforth Highlanders cap badge stands for Leopold and was given to the Seaforths by the prince in recognition of their achievements. If that is correct its worth a mentio...

    "… At the funeral of Alice Liddell on 30 June 1876, Prince Leopold served as a pall-bearer.…" It is stated elsewhere in this wikipedia that Prince Leopold served as pall-bearer at the funeral of Edith Liddell. Alice died in 1934. 201.214.215.29 (talk) 16:03, 27 March 2014 (UTC)

    https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Prince_Leopold,_Duke_of_Albany.png I feel this image is much better than the current one - much clearer, in fact one of the clearest images of the subject of this article, with an unobscured face, staring straight ahead. The moustache and beard he wore for most of his adult life are visible. --121.99.126.230 ...

  4. In the 2001 film Kate & Leopold, Leopold is the Duke of Albany, presumably meant to be the same person as the historic Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, who would have held the title at that time, as the fictitious character comments that his surname is Mountbatten (a later surname of the British royal family, which is an Anglicised version of the German surname Battenberg).