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Wilhelm I of Albania

Albania Royalty William Wilhelm I Prince and King of Albania Old Postcard

Alexander I of Yugoslavia and Maria of Yugoslavia 1933.  Alexander was unique in having no western European (German) ancestry.  His ancestors were from Serbia and Montenegro (Albania).  But Alexander married Princess Marie of Romania, a descendant of the royal families of Prussia, Portugal, Hungary, Austria, Brazil, the United Kingdom, and Russia.

Alexander I of Yugoslavia and Maria of Yugoslavia 1933. Alexander was unique in having no western European (German) ancestry. His ancestors were from Serbia and Montenegro (Albania). But Alexander married Princess Marie of Romania, a descendant of the royal families of Prussia, Portugal, Hungary, Austria, Brazil, the United Kingdom, and Russia.

Wilhelm and Sophie di Wied, King and Queen of Albania 1914-1925 (1920-1925 Reggenza)

Wilhelm and Sophie di Wied, King and Queen of Albania Reggenza)

Princess Iniga of Thurn und Taxis (25 August 1925--17 Sept. 2008), 2nd child and only daughter of Princess Elisabeth of Thurn und Taxis, nee of Luxembourg, and husband Prince Ludwig.  Iniga was the only one of her parents' children to survive WWII, marry, and have children.

Princess Iniga of Thurn und Taxis August Sept. child and only daughter of Princess Elisabeth of Thurn und Taxis, nee of Luxembourg, and husband Prince Ludwig. Iniga was the only one of her parents' children to survive WWII, marry, and have children.

Wilhelm I, Prince and King of Albania,  German of course.

Wilhelm I, Prince and King of Albania, German of course.

Prince Danilo of Montenegro.  Early 20th century.  As of 2006 Montenegro is again an independent country.  It is located on the Adriatic Sea north of Albania.  Prince Danilo would be proud.

1910s Royalty Montenegro PRINCE DANILO medal decorations

Prince Danilo of Montenegro. As of 2006 Montenegro is again an independent country. It is located on the Adriatic Sea north of Albania. Prince Danilo would be proud.

marie larisch - Cousin of Rudolf and an unfortunate participator in the Mayerling tragedy

marie larisch - Cousin of Rudolf and an unfortunate participator in the Mayerling tragedy

1938 Vintage Press Photo of King ZOG His Bride at Royal Wedding Albania

1938 vintage press photo of King Zog his Bride at Royal Wedding Albania Tirana

King Ahmet Muhtar Zogolli ZOG I of Albania 1939 RPPC | eBay

King Ahmet Muhtar Zogolli ZOG I of Albania 1939 RPPC | eBay

Albanian King ZOG

Rare VIntage Postcard Cartoline of Albania King Zog King Zog Royal

Carlos, Duke of Madrid, (1848-1909) was for a time the head of the royal House of Bourbon and also a claimant to the thrones of Spain and France.  He married royally twice, Princess Margherita of Bourbon-Parma with whom he had five children and Princess Berthe de Rohan of Bohemia.  There were no children from Carlos' second marriage.

Carlos, Duke of Madrid, (1848-1909) was for a time the head of the royal House of Bourbon and also a claimant to the thrones of Spain and France. He married royally twice, Princess Margherita of Bourbon-Parma with whom he had five children and Princess Berthe de Rohan of Bohemia. There were no children from Carlos' second marriage.

Victor Emmanuel III (1869 – 1947) was a member of the House of Savoy & King of Italy (1900 – 1946). In addition, he claimed the thrones of Ethiopia & Albania as Emperor of Ethiopia (1936–41) & King of the Albanians (1939–43), which were unrecognised by the Great Powers. During his long reign (46 years), which began after the assassination of his father Umberto I, the Kingdom of Italy became involved in two World Wars. His reign also encompassed the birth, rise, and fall of Italian Fascism.

His Royal Highness Prince Vittorio of Savoy, Prince of Naples at age 18

The Duchess of Albany, formerly Helena of Waldeck and Pyrmont.  The five surviving Waldeck and Pyrmont sisters all greatly resembled their mother, Helena of Nassau.

The Duchess of Albany, formerly Helena of Waldeck and Pyrmont. The five surviving Waldeck and Pyrmont sisters all greatly resembled their mother, Helena of Nassau.

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