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Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia

1892 - 1980

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Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia (German: Viktoria Luise Adelheid Mathilde Charlotte; 13 September 1892 – 11 December 1980) was the only daughter and the last child of Wilhelm II, German Emperor, and Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein. Through her father, Victoria Louise was a great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. Victoria Louise's 1913 wedding to Prince Ernest Augustus of Hanover was the largest gathering of reigning monarchs in Germany since German unification in 1871, and one of the last great social events of European royalty before the First World War began fourteen months later. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia has received more than 1,726,257 page views. Her biography is available in 32 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 29 in 2019). Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia is the 2,292nd most popular politician (down from 1,726th in 2019), the 628th most popular biography from Germany (down from 480th in 2019) and the 168th most popular German Politician.

Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia is most famous for being the daughter of Kaiser Wilhelm II, the last German Emperor and King of Prussia.

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Over the past year Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia has had the most page views in the with 278,405 views, followed by German (79,520), and Spanish (45,012). In terms of yearly growth of page views the top 3 wikpedia editions are Indonesian (413.76%), Ukrainian (65.68%), and Breton (48.54%)

Among POLITICIANS

Among politicians, Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia ranks 2,292 out of 19,576Before her are Heonjong of Joseon, Geert Wilders, Rudolf I of Bohemia, Burhanuddin Rabbani, Senusret II, and Karl Theodor, Duke in Bavaria. After her are Nicias, Athalaric, Gaius Marcius Coriolanus, Antigonus II Gonatas, Pak Hon-yong, and Childebert II.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1892, Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia ranks 40Before her are Marina Tsvetaeva, Andrey Yeryomenko, Robert Ritter von Greim, Bruno Schulz, Darius Milhaud, and Corneille Heymans. After her are Arthur Friedenreich, Sir Arthur Harris, 1st Baronet, Bolesław Bierut, Władysław Anders, Richard Neutra, and Alexandre Koyré. Among people deceased in 1980, Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia ranks 30Before her are Hans Asperger, Oswald Mosley, Romain Gary, Milton H. Erickson, John Bonham, and Fritz Strassmann. After her are Alexander Oparin, Óscar Romero, Gregory Bateson, Hans Morgenthau, Alejo Carpentier, and William Howard Stein.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia ranks 628 out of 7,253Before her are Hermann von Salza (1170), Fritz Strassmann (1902), Gustav Heinemann (1899), Otto Strasser (1897), August Weismann (1834), and Karl Theodor, Duke in Bavaria (1839). After her are Franz Brentano (1838), Heinrich Lübke (1894), Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (1786), Gustav Ludwig Hertz (1887), Eleanor of Austria, Queen of Poland (1653), and Wolfgang Paul (1913).

Among POLITICIANS In Germany

Among politicians born in Germany, Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia ranks 168Before her are Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria (1801), Hermann Müller (1876), Hermann von Salza (1170), Gustav Heinemann (1899), Otto Strasser (1897), and Karl Theodor, Duke in Bavaria (1839). After her are Heinrich Lübke (1894), Eleonor Magdalene of Neuburg (1655), John Frederick I, Elector of Saxony (1503), Erich Mielke (1907), Erich Koch (1896), and Manfred Gerlach (1928).