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POSTCARD – PRINZ WILHELM

SKU: 38-2249

$15.00

This postcard shows Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940) as an infant. On the postcard he is described as “The youngest Hohenzollern.” Thus, the postcard was produced in 1906. Wilhelm renounced any right to the German throne in 1933, so he could marry a lesser member of the German nobility. He served in the German Army early in WW II. In 1940 he was killed in action in France.

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This postcard shows Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940) as an infant. On the postcard he is described as “The youngest Hohenzollern.” Thus, the postcard was produced in 1906. Wilhelm renounced any right to the German throne in 1933, so he could marry a lesser member of the German nobility. He served in the German Army early in WW II. In 1940 he was killed in action in France.

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This postcard shows Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940) as an infant. On the postcard he is described as “The youngest Hohenzollern.” Thus, the postcard was produced in 1906. Wilhelm renounced any right to the German throne in 1933, so he could marry a lesser member of the German nobility. He served in the German Army early in WW II. In 1940 he was killed in action in France.