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Georg Friedrich, Prince Of Prussia - House of Hohenzollern
... Georg Friedrich succeeded his grandfather, Prince Louis Ferdinand I of Prussia as Head of the House of Hohenzollern on 26 September 1994 ... that Georg Friedrich was indeed the principal heir of his grandfather, Louis Ferdinand (who was the primary beneficiary of the trust set up for the estate of Wilhelm II), but also ...
Prince Louis Ferdinand Of Prussia (1772–1806)
... Ludwig Christian, commonly known as Louis Ferdinand (November 18, 1772 – October 10, 1806), was a prince of Prussia and a soldier in the Napoleonic Wars ... Louis Ferdinand was born in Schloß Friedrichsfelde near Berlin ... He was a son of Prince August Ferdinand of Prussia and Elisabeth Louise of Brandenburg-Schwedt, and was a nephew of King Frederick the Great ...
Prince Louis Ferdinand Of Prussia (1944–1977) - Ancestry
... Ancestors of Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia (1944–1977) 16 ... Louis Ferdinand, Prince of Prussia 20 ... Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia 24 ...
Grand Duchess Kira Kirillovna Of Russia - Later Life
... Finally, Kira married Louis Ferdinand of Prussia in 1938 ... Louis Ferdinand worked with the underground against the Nazis, and, in the later years of the war, the couple was arrested and imprisoned at Dachau concentration camp, where they. 28 May 1942) Princess Kira of Prussia (27 June 1943 – 10 January 2004) Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia (25 August 1944 – 11 July 1977) Prince Christian-Sigismund ...
Louis Ferdinand, Prince Of Prussia - Ancestry
... Ancestors of Louis Ferdinand, Prince of Prussia 16 ... Louis Ferdinand, Prince of Prussia 24 ...

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