Friedrich, Prince of Prussia (1911)
|Birthname||Friedrich Georg Wilhelm Christoph|
|born on||19 December 1911 at 01:05 (= 01:05 AM )|
|Place||Berlin, Germany, 52n29, 13e21|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||25°59' 07°59 Asc. 07°43'|
German royalty, the son of Crown Prince Wilhelm of Germany and Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.
On 30 July 1945, he married Lady Brigid Katherine Rachel Guinness, daughter of Rupert Guinness, 2nd Earl of Iveagh, at Little Hadham, Hertfordshire. They had five children.
Friederich was studying at Cambridge, living incognito under the name of Count von Lingen, when war broke out in September, 1939. He was arrested and interned in May, 1940. He was held in England for several months, then sent to internment camps near Quebec City and, soon afterwards, Farnham, Quebec. In both camps, he was elected camp leader by fellow inmates.
Being a descendant of Sophia of Hanover, and having rights under the Act of Settlement 1701, as amended by the Sophia Naturalisation Act 1705, Prince Frederick was naturalised as a British citizen in October 1947 under the name Mr. Friedrich Von Preussen. He drowned in the Rhine on 20 April 1966.
- child->parent relationship with Cecilie, Crown Princess of Germany (born 20 September 1886)
- child->parent relationship with Wilhelm, Crown Prince of Germany (born 6 May 1882)
- sibling relationship with Alexandrine Irene, Princess of Prussia (born 7 April 1915)
- sibling relationship with Cecilie, Princess of Prussia (born 5 September 1917)
- sibling relationship with Hubertus, Prince of Prussia (born 30 September 1909)
- sibling relationship with Louis Ferdinand, Prince of Prussia (1907) (born 9 November 1907)
- sibling relationship with Wilhelm, Prince of Germany (1906) (born 4 July 1906)
Sy Scholfield quotes two news reports: "ANOTHER GRANDSON FOR THE KAI[S]ER," Manchester Guardian, 20 December 1911, p. 6: "Reuter's correspondent in Berlin telegraphs that soon after one o'clock yesterday morning the Crown Princess was safely delivered of a son." Also, "The German Imperial House," The Times, 20 December 1911, p. 8: "[19th December] delivered of a son at 1 o'clock this morning . . . in Berlin."
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