Alexander Ferdinand, Prince of Prussia
|Birthname||Alexander Ferdinand Albrecht ...|
|born on||26 December 1912 at 17:15 (= 5:15 PM )|
|Place||Berlin, Germany, 52n29, 13e21|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||04°34' 09°01 Asc. 21°27'|
Prince of Prussia, as the only son of Prince August Wilhelm of Prussia and his wife Princess Alexandra Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg.
His parents divorced in 1920 and his mother remarried less than two years later; custody of the young prince was awarded to Alexander's father.
As of November 1939, Prince Alexander was a first lieutenant in the Air Force Signal Corps, stationed in Wiesbaden.
Like his father, who became a prominent supporter of the Nazi party, Alexander also became an early supporter.
In 1933 Alexander quit the SA and became a private in the German regular army.
Unlike many German princes who became the targets of Hitler's mistrust and were removed from their commands in the military, Alexander was the only Hohenzollern allowed to remain at his post.
On 19 December 1938 in the Dresden garrison church, Alexander non-dynastically married Armgard Weygand. They had one son.
Prince Alexander Ferdinand died on 12 June 1985 at Wiesbaden.
- child->parent relationship with August Wilhelm, Prince of Prussia (1887) (born 29 January 1887)
- other kin relationship with Wilhelm II, Emperor of Germany (born 27 January 1859). Notes: Grandkin
- Family : Parents divorced 1920
Sy Scholfield forwarded news report from "Hamburger Anzeiger," 28 December 1912: "Geburt im kaiserlichen Hause. Frau Prinzessin August Wilhelm ist am 26. Dezember, nachmittags 5 Uhr 15 Minuten, in Berlin von einem Prinzen glücklich entbunden worden." (Birth in the imperial house. On the 26th of December, in the afternoon, at 5:15 o'clock, Princess August Wilhelm happily gave birth to a prince in Berlin).
- Family : Relationship : Number of Marriages (One)
- Family : Parenting : Kids 1-3 (One son)
- Vocation : Military : Military career
- Notable : Famous : Royal family (House of Hohenzollern, Prussia)