Princess Viktoria of Prussia
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Princess Viktoria of Prussia

Second + Emperor + Princess
Female
Born Apr 12, 1866
Hometown Potsdam
Died Nov 13, 1929
Death Place Bonn

Princess Viktoria of Prussia (12 April 1866 – 13 November 1929) was the second daughter of Frederick III, German Emperor and his wife Victoria, Princess Royal, a daughter of Queen Victoria. To the public she was always Princess Viktoria, and in the family she was called Moretta or Young Vicky.… Read More

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Princess Viktoria of Prussia
Princess Viktoria of Prussia
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CHILDHOOD

1866 Birth Viktoria was baptised on her grandmother's birthday 24 May 1866 at Potsdam Palace. Like her sisters, Princess Sophie and Princess Margaret, Viktoria was devoted to her mother and embraced English ways. In 1881, Prince Alexander of Battenberg, who had been selected as sovereign Prince of Bulgaria since 1879, visited the Prussian court at the behest of Viktoria's mother. … Read More

TWENTIES

1890 24 Years Old She ended up marrying Prince Adolf of Schaumburg-Lippe, a younger son of Adolf I, Prince of Schaumburg-Lippe, on 19 November 1890. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

1927 61 Years Old On 19 November 1927, despite the strong disapproval of her brothers and sisters, Viktoria married Alexander Zoubkoff (25 September 1901 – 28 January 1936), a Russian refugee described as a "dancer", who was 35 years her junior. … Read More
1929 63 Years Old 1 More Event
She was on the point of divorcing Zoubkoff on the grounds that his behaviour had resulted in his expulsion from Germany, he was unable to maintain her, and that "conjugal relations did not exist"., but only a few days after this announcement became public she fell seriously ill with pneumonia, dying in a Bonn hospital on 13 November 1929.
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