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  1. Princess Hilda of Luxembourg (French: Hilda Sophie Marie Adélaïde Wilhelmine de Nassau-Weilburg, Princesse de Luxembourg; 15 February 1897, Berg Castle, Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg - 8 September 1979, Berg Castle, Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg) was a Princess of Luxembourg by birth and the Princess of Schwarzenberg by marriage.

  2. 29 de oct. de 2020 · The Wedding of the 10th Prince of Schwarzenberg and Princess Hilda of Luxembourg, the third daughter of Grand Duke William IV of Luxembourg and Infanta Marie Anne of Portugal (wearing the Luxembourg Empire Tiara ), at Berg Castle in Luxembourg on this day in 1930, in the presence of Royal and Noble Families from around Europe, including her …

  3. 18 de oct. de 2016 · Hilda was close to all six of her Luxembourg nieces, and as a result her visits became more frequent due to the long illness of her brother Wilhelm starting in 1898. Hilda was also present at Schloss Hohenburg when her father died in November 1905. Friedrich inherited the Grand Duchy of Baden upon the death of his own father in September 1907.

  4. Princess Hilda of Luxembourg (1897–1979) 0 references. Identifiers. VIAF ID. 81135532. 1 reference. stated in. Virtual International Authority File. retrieved. 16 ...

  5. 3 de jun. de 2022 · HRH Princess Hilda of Luxembourg daughter Friedrich August von Anhalt-Dess... father Marie Louise Charlotte von Hesse... mother Bathildis of Anhalt-Dessau, Prin... sister Hilda Charlotte von Anhalt-Dessa... sister Stillborn Daughter von Nassau-We... stepdaughter About HRH Princess Adelheid-Marie von Anhalt-Dessau Links: The Peerage Geneall

  6. Princess Hilda of Luxembourg was a Princess of Luxembourg by birth and the Princess of Schwarzenberg by marriage. From *.wikipedia.org, Información General. Mujer.

  7. Luxembourg Princess by birth and Princess of Schwarzenberg by marriage. Hilda was the third daughter of William (Wëllem) IV, Grand Duke of Luxembourg and his wife Infanta Marie Anne of Portugal. Her two eldest sisters reigned as sovereign Grand Duchess of Luxembourg and titular Duchess of Nassau: Marie-Adélaïde and Charlotte.