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Hoax driven vandalism[edit]

Since at least August 2014, on several articles related to members of the Prussian House of Hohenzollern, including this one, socks and anons have repeatedly inserted edits containing false information based on this hoax, posted on Prince August Wilhelm of Prussia on 5 August 2014 at 17:58: "1944 Prince August Wilhelm married for the second time with russian Princess Catherine of Drutsk (the Rurik dynasty). They had a son, and they named him Alexander Friedrich (Prince Alexander Friedrich of Prussia (1945—2009))...Prince Alexander Friedrich of Prussia (1945—2009). He also, in turn, married and had two children (Prince Alexander( Alexander Ludwig Eugen Adalbert Ferdinand Günter Eitel Christian Viktor Prinz von Preussen) and Prince Heinrich (Mithras Theoderich Karl Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Albrecht Lorenz August Prinz von Preussen))." This fairy tale gets embellished with online citations, etc. as it is deleted and re-added to articles. Apparently the perpetrator believes that he or she is a descendant of Hohenzollern royalty and wants people who read English Wikipedia to believe it too. Beware. FactStraight (talk) 01:39, 1 March 2015 (UTC)

You successfully defended his ignorance. Who are you to make such judgments? And who are you to judge others? Maybe you want to rewrite history? You remove a part of the article - this is vandalism. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Aneviz1 (talkcontribs) 00:05, 2 March 2015 (UTC)

Agree, is unlikely, that in 1944 prominent Nazi married Russian. --Yopie (talk) 22:30, 1 March 2015 (UTC)

Prince Louis Ferdinand married the Grand Duchess Kira Kirillovna of Russia in 1938. His father Wilhelm, German Crown Prince, also supported Hitler.

Bundesarchiv Bild 102-14437, Tag von Potsdam, Adolf Hitler, Kronprinz Wilhelm — Preceding unsigned comment added by Aneviz1 (talkcontribs) 23:44, 1 March 2015 (UTC)

So you've posted a photo of Hitler and German Crown Prince Wilhelm. Now, where's your photo of the wedding of Prince Auwi and this Rurikid princess of Drutsk? Or a scan of their marriage certificate? Or a published picture of their alleged sons' birth certificates showing parentage? Or any evidence at all? FactStraight (talk) 06:49, 2 March 2015 (UTC)

You asked me a question, and your colleagues have blocked me. In order to I couldn't answer. It's very democratic and honest. ) You protect each other. You don't know, but you claim otherwise. You defend your ignorance. You - Nemo and nobody, but you require to show the documents of historical value. ))) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Routeros (talkcontribs) 19:12, 2 March 2015 (UTC)