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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in Doorn, 29-05-2008


Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

DOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

DOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

DOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

DOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

DOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

DOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer


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Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen, Doorn 29-05-2008

   



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