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Charlotte and Feodora: A troubled mother-daughter relationship in imperial…

by John Van der Kiste

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A good view of the lives of the trouble-making sister of Kaiser Wilhelm II and her daughter. Princess Charlotte of Prussia, Duchess of Saxe-Meiningen, was a schemer who embedded herself within the Prussian society. She caused endless difficulties for her family and had a strained relationship with her brother, Kaiser Wilhelm II, and also a very strained relationship with her daughter. Feodora lived a tragic life. Both she and her mother were sufferers of porphyria.

Van der Kiste has done a good job at giving us a brief overview of the lives of these two German princesses. ( )
  briandrewz | Aug 3, 2016 |
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