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  1. Prince Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig Alexander of Prussia (21 June 1820 – 4 January 1896) was the eldest child of Prince Frederick of Prussia and his wife, Princess Luise of Anhalt-Bernburg. [1] [2] Contents 1 Early biography 1.1 Military career 2 Later years 2.1 Death and legacy 3 Honours 4 Ancestry 5 References Early biography [ edit]

  2. Prince Stephan Alexander Dieter Friedrich of Prussia (30 September 1939 – 12 February 1993); he married Heide Schmidt (born 6 February 1939) on 28 February 1964 and they were divorced in 1976. They have one daughter and four grandchildren. He remarried Hannelore-Maria Kerscher (born 26 October 1952) on 19 June 1981.

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    Prince Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig Alexander of Prussia (21 June 1820 – 4 January 1896) was the eldest child of Prince Frederick of Prussia and his wife, Princess Luise of Anhalt-Bernburg.

    Military career Alexander joined the army at a young age, and was attached to the headquarters of Crown Prince Frederick during the Austro-Prussian War. During the morning of the decisive battle of Königgrätz, a humorous account recounted that while on his horse, it ran away; Alexander was found later in the afternoon seated on the horse in a neigh...

    In 1891, Alexander ended his cure at Marienbad and embarked for Ostend for three to four weeks. A contemporary figure once recounted that: "The charitable disposition of Prince Alexander of Prussia, the Emperor's cousin... is so well-known and often so appealed to in Berlin, that his secretary must acquired great experience in answering begging que...

  3. Alexander joined the army at a young age, and was attached to the headquarters of Crown Prince Frederick William during the Austro-Prussian War. During the morning of the decisive battle of Königgrätz , a humorous account recounted that while on his horse, it ran away; Alexander was found later in the afternoon seated on the horse in a neighboring wood, stating that his horse had insisted on ...

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    Prince Alexander was born on Sunday, 2 August 1818 at a quarter past ten in the morning. His birth was announced the next day in the Nederlandsche Staatscourant. To commemorate the birth of his second grandson William I of the Netherlands gave his daughter-in-law Anna Pavlovna the Czar Peter House in Zaandam, which had been inhabited by her ancesto...

    Kingdom of Prussia: Knight of the Order of the Black Eagle, 4 December 1834
    Kingdom of Hanover: Grand Cross of the Royal Guelphic Order, 1836
    Bouman, J.J. (1967). Op en om Oranjes troon(in Dutch). Zaltbommel: Europese bibliotheek.
    Bouman, J.J. (1966). Oranje in beeld. Een familiealbum uit de 19de eeuw(in Dutch). Zaltbommel: Europese bibliotheek.
    Coppens, Thera (2011). Sophie in Weimar. Een prinses van Oranje in Duitsland (in Dutch). Amsterdam: Meulenhoff. ISBN 978-90-290-8743-8.
    Disbrowe, Charlotte Anne Albania (1903). Old Days in Diplomacy. Recollections of a closed century. London: Jarold&Sons.
  4. Prince Alexander of Prussia (Alexander Ferdinand Albrecht Achilles Wilhelm Joseph Viktor Karl Feodor; 26 December 1912 – 12 June 1985) was the only son of Prince August Wilhelm of Prussia and his wife Princess Alexandra Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg.