Prince Prussia
Prince Prussia
This page is about the Prince Sigismund born in 1864. For his nephew and namesake born in 1896, see Prince Sigismund of Prussia Prince Sigismund Prince Sigismund of Prussia File:Sigismund (1).
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  • 1864
    He was born at the New Palace in Potsdam, Germany, in 1864.
    More Details Hide Details His mother found him much cleverer and more intelligent than his three elder siblings and believed he would have great potential when he grew up. However, he died from meningitis at the New Palace on 18 June 1866, aged twenty-one months. He was buried in the royal mausoleum of the Friedenskirche at Potsdam. His mother's grief and despair were intense, as his father, leading the Prussian army into battle against Austria, had taken away all the available doctors thus making it impossible for her to alleviate the suffering of her child or to prevent his death, the memory of which would haunt her for the rest of her life. Prince Sigismund was the first grandchild of Queen Victoria to die, almost 115 years before the last grandchild Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone, who died in 1981.
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