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Choose from 13 pictures in our Adalbert collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Madame Adalbert as Catherine in La Duchesse de Marsan, 1847
Madame Adalbert as Catherine in La Duchesse de Marsan, 1847
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Adalbert von Ladenberg (1798-1855). Prussian political. Engr
Adalbert von Ladenberg (1798-1855). Prussian political. Engr
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Czech Republic. Prague. Old Town Bridge Tower
Czech Republic. Prague. Old Town Bridge Tower
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Adalbert Murdered
Adalbert Murdered
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If Germany Wins -- the Kaisers sons, WW1
If Germany Wins -- the Kaisers sons, WW1
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Kaiser Wilhelm IIs sons
Kaiser Wilhelm IIs sons
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King Wenceslaus Tomb, Prague
King Wenceslaus Tomb, Prague
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The Tsar and Kaiser meeting on the Hohenzollern
The Tsar and Kaiser meeting on the Hohenzollern
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Princes Wilhelm, Adalbert and Eitel Friedrich of Prussia
Princes Wilhelm, Adalbert and Eitel Friedrich of Prussia
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Prince Adalbert of Prussia and his wife
Prince Adalbert of Prussia and his wife
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Prince Wilhelm of Prussia with his family
Prince Wilhelm of Prussia with his family
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Prince Adalbert of Prussia
Prince Adalbert of Prussia
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Kaiser Wilhelm IIs sons Featured Image

Kaiser Wilhelm IIs sons

The six sons of Kaiser Wilhelm II pictured in 1900: (l to r standing) Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942), Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951), Adalbert (1884-1948); (in front) Oskar (1888-1958), Joachim (1890-1920) and August Wilhelm (1887-1949), all dressed in military uniform. Each of the Kaiser's sons were commissioned into the First Foot Guards on his tenth birthday and, at the age of twelve sent on to the military cadet school at Plon where a house had been purchased for them to segregate them from other pupils except those selected by their governor. The Kaiser abhorred the liberal education his parents had drawn up for him and set out to re-model German grammar schools on the cadet school model. He believed too much Classics was bad for boys and denied them a chance to develop strong national feelings. He urged more detailed study of Germany and German history, less classroom work and more physical activity. This regime ensured his sons grew up steeped in Prussian military tradition

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Otto III & Adalbert
Otto III & Adalbert
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