Prince Adalbert of Prussia (1884–1948)
Prince Adalbert of Prussia (Adalbert Ferdinand Berengar Viktor; 14 July 1884, in Potsdam, Germany – 22 September 1948, in La Tour de Peilz, Switzerland) was the third son of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany by his first wife, Princess Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein.
Marriage and Issue
He married Princess Adelheid "Adi" of Saxe-Meiningen (16 August 1891 – 25 April 1971) on 3 August 1914 in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, and had three children, five grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson:
- Princess Victoria Marina of Prussia, stillborn daughter (4 September 1915)
- Princess Victoria Marina of Prussia (11 September 1917–21 January 1981) she married Kirby Patterson on 26 September 1947 and they were divorced in 1962. They have three children and one grandson:
- Berengar Orin Bernhard Kirby Patterson (21 August 1948-18 May 2011) he married Pamela Knight in 1994.
- Marina Adelaide Emily Patterson (21 August 1948-10 January 2011) she married John Engel on 24 September 1982. They have one son:
- William John Engel (17 February 1983)
- Dohna Maria Patterson (7 August 1954) she married Stephen Pearl on 28 July 1974.
- Prince Wilhelm Victor of Prussia (15 February 1919–7 February 1989) he married Countess Marie-Antoinette of Hoyos on 20 July 1944. They have two children, five grandchildren and one great-grandson.
- Leutnant zur See (Ensign / Acting Sub-Lieutenant)
- Oberleutnant zur See (Lieutenant, Junior Grade / Sub-Lieutenant), before 1905 through at least 1908
- Kapitänleutnant (Lieutenant) on staff in SMS Kaiser, 1914
- Korvettenkapitän (Lieutenant Commander) in command of SMS Danzig, 1917
- Fregattenkapitän (Commander) in command of SMS Dresden 1918.
- Leutnant (2nd Lieutenant) à la suite 1. Garderegiment zu Fuß (1st Regiment of Foot Guards), Potsdam, 1894
- à la suite, Grenadierregiment König Friedrich der Große (3. Ostpreussisches) Nr. 4
- à la suite, 1. Gardegrenadierlanwehrregiment (1st Reserve Regiment of Grenadier Guards)
- Knight, Order of the Black Eagle with Chain (Prussia)
- Knight Grand Cross (with Crown), Order of the Red Eagle (Prussia)
- Knight, First Class, Order of the Prussian Crown
- Grand Commander, Royal House Order of Hohenzollern
- Honour Cross, First Class, Princely House Order of Hohenzollern
- Knight, First Class (with Crown in ore), House Order of the Wendish Crown (Grand Duchies of Mechlenburg)
- Knight Grand Cross, Order of the White Falcon (Grand Duchy of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach)
- House Order of Fidelity (Baden)
- Hanseatic Cross (Bremen)
- Grand Cross of the Ludwig Order (Hesse)
- Grand Cross with golden crown of the House and Merit Order of Peter Frederick Louis (Oldenburg)
- Friedrich August Cross, 1st class
- Order of the Rue Crown (Saxony)
- Grand Cross of the Ducal Saxe-Ernestine House Order (Saxon Duchies)
- Grand Cross of the Order of the Crown with Swords (Württemberg)
- Knight, Order of the Most Holy Annunciation, Kingdom of Italy
- Knight, First Class, Order of the Netherlands Lion (Netherlands)
- Knight Grand Cross, Royal Hungarian Order of Saint Stephen, Empire of Austria-Hungary
- Knight Grand Cross, Order of Tower and Sword, Portugal
- Knight Grand Cross, Order of the Romanian Crown, Kingdom of Romania
- Knight, Order of Saint Andrew, the First Called, Imperial Russia
- Knight, (star with diamonds) Nichan Iftikhar (Order of Glory, Ottoman Empire) - 21 October 1901 - during the visit to Istanbul of SMS Charlotte, where he served
- Knight, First Class (Star with diamonds), Order of Osmanieh (Ottoman Empire)
- Knight First Class, Order of the Brilliant Star of Zanzibar, Sultanate of Zanzibar (Tanzania)
- Gold and silver Imtiyaz Medals (Privilege, Ottoman Empire)
- Gold Liakat Medal (Merit, Ottoman Empire) - 21 October 1901 - during the visit to Istanbul of SMS Charlotte, where he served
- Iron Cross of 1914, 1st and 2nd class, Imperial Germany / Kingdom of Prussia
- Schench, G. Handbuch über den Königlich Preuβischen Hof und Staat fur das Jahr 1908. Berlin, Prussia, 1907.
- "Court circular". The Times (36593). London. 23 October 1901. p. 4.
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