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POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM

SKU: 38-2240

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Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she is seen with her eldest son, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940). Young Wilhelm served in the German Army early in WW II. In 1940 he was killed in action in France.

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Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she is seen with her eldest son, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940). Young Wilhelm served in the German Army early in WW II. In 1940 he was killed in action in France.

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Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she is seen with her eldest son, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940). Young Wilhelm served in the German Army early in WW II. In 1940 he was killed in action in France.