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« Reply #15 on: March 28, 2021, 12:23:13 AM »

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« Reply #16 on: March 28, 2021, 09:49:18 AM »

THe father of Carl Gustav of Sweden died in a plane crash in Denmark in 1947 when he was only a 9 month old baby.
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« Reply #17 on: March 28, 2021, 03:55:17 PM »

I'm trying to remember, weren't they Nazi's?  Was their funeral the one Phillip is shown walking in a procession with Nazi flags and Hitler salutes?  I faintly remember a photo like that.  Perhaps Cyril will know what I'm talking about.

Yes, Don was a member of the Nazi Party, along with his wife Cecilie and younger brother Ludwig/Louis. Three of Prince Philip's four brothers-in-law were members--Don, plus Christoph of Hesse-Kassel, and Gottfried of Hohenlohe. Only Bethold of Baden was not a member.
This is why none of them were invited when Philip married the future QE.
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« Reply #18 on: March 28, 2021, 11:48:27 PM »

I'm trying to remember, weren't they Nazi's?  Was their funeral the one Phillip is shown walking in a procession with Nazi flags and Hitler salutes?  I faintly remember a photo like that.  Perhaps Cyril will know what I'm talking about.

Yes, Don was a member of the Nazi Party, along with his wife Cecilie and younger brother Ludwig/Louis. Three of Prince Philip's four brothers-in-law were members--Don, plus Christoph of Hesse-Kassel, and Gottfried of Hohenlohe. Only Bethold of Baden was not a member.
This is why none of them were invited when Philip married the future QE.
     
 However, Prince Philip's three remaining sisters did attend their sister-in-law's coronation in 1953.
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« Reply #19 on: March 29, 2021, 03:23:00 AM »

I'm trying to remember, weren't they Nazi's?  Was their funeral the one Phillip is shown walking in a procession with Nazi flags and Hitler salutes?  I faintly remember a photo like that.  Perhaps Cyril will know what I'm talking about.

Yes, Don was a member of the Nazi Party, along with his wife Cecilie and younger brother Ludwig/Louis. Three of Prince Philip's four brothers-in-law were members--Don, plus Christoph of Hesse-Kassel, and Gottfried of Hohenlohe. Only Bethold of Baden was not a member.
This is why none of them were invited when Philip married the future QE.
     
 However, Prince Philip's three remaining sisters did attend their sister-in-law's coronation in 1953.

We’re they invited?  In 1953 it might have still posed a problem.
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« Reply #20 on: March 30, 2021, 12:57:36 AM »

I'm trying to remember, weren't they Nazi's?  Was their funeral the one Phillip is shown walking in a procession with Nazi flags and Hitler salutes?  I faintly remember a photo like that.  Perhaps Cyril will know what I'm talking about.

Yes, Don was a member of the Nazi Party, along with his wife Cecilie and younger brother Ludwig/Louis. Three of Prince Philip's four brothers-in-law were members--Don, plus Christoph of Hesse-Kassel, and Gottfried of Hohenlohe. Only Bethold of Baden was not a member.
This is why none of them were invited when Philip married the future QE.
     
 However, Prince Philip's three remaining sisters did attend their sister-in-law's coronation in 1953.

We’re they invited?  In 1953 it might have still posed a problem.
     
I would assume the sisters were invited. Between 1953 and 1945 is eight years. Surely that would have been some time to not be upset with German royalty and nobility.
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« Reply #21 on: March 30, 2021, 08:47:19 AM »

A quick scan of the internet brought no answers. But I don't think Philip's sisters attended. There were private relations, but never official ones. Any visit between them (and I believe there were many - as one sister is even Edward's godmother) were deeply private.
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« Reply #22 on: March 30, 2021, 01:16:07 PM »

A quick scan of the internet brought no answers. But I don't think Philip's sisters attended. There were private relations, but never official ones. Any visit between them (and I believe there were many - as one sister is even Edward's godmother) were deeply private.


Agree, I don’t think they did attend. There would be pictures and other records if they did, since they had been so “problematic” as to not be in ited to the wedding.
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« Reply #23 on: March 30, 2021, 05:50:02 PM »

I'm trying to remember, weren't they Nazi's?  Was their funeral the one Phillip is shown walking in a procession with Nazi flags and Hitler salutes?  I faintly remember a photo like that.  Perhaps Cyril will know what I'm talking about.

Yes, Don was a member of the Nazi Party, along with his wife Cecilie and younger brother Ludwig/Louis. Three of Prince Philip's four brothers-in-law were members--Don, plus Christoph of Hesse-Kassel, and Gottfried of Hohenlohe. Only Bethold of Baden was not a member.
This is why none of them were invited when Philip married the future QE.
     
 However, Prince Philip's three remaining sisters did attend their sister-in-law's coronation in 1953.

We’re they invited?  In 1953 it might have still posed a problem.
     
I would assume the sisters were invited. Between 1953 and 1945 is eight years. Surely that would have been some time to not be upset with German royalty and nobility.

I don’t know...the RF, at least back then, could hold some world class grudges for long periods of time.
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« Reply #24 on: March 30, 2021, 10:31:18 PM »

I'm trying to remember, weren't they Nazi's?  Was their funeral the one Phillip is shown walking in a procession with Nazi flags and Hitler salutes?  I faintly remember a photo like that.  Perhaps Cyril will know what I'm talking about.

Yes, Don was a member of the Nazi Party, along with his wife Cecilie and younger brother Ludwig/Louis. Three of Prince Philip's four brothers-in-law were members--Don, plus Christoph of Hesse-Kassel, and Gottfried of Hohenlohe. Only Bethold of Baden was not a member.
This is why none of them were invited when Philip married the future QE.
     
 However, Prince Philip's three remaining sisters did attend their sister-in-law's coronation in 1953.

We’re they invited?  In 1953 it might have still posed a problem.
     
I would assume the sisters were invited. Between 1953 and 1945 is eight years. Surely that would have been some time to not be upset with German royalty and nobility.

I don’t know...the RF, at least back then, could hold some world class grudges for long periods of time.

They did attend. See here https://en.m.wikipedia.or...oronation_of_Elizabeth_II

I see it like this: A wedding is a private affair, were you invite people that you like.

A coronation is a state affair, were you invite people that you need to. In case of the sisters, it's like: Damn you bitches, now I'm the Queen.
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« Reply #25 on: March 31, 2021, 04:03:06 AM »

A quick scan of the internet brought no answers. But I don't think Philip's sisters attended. There were private relations, but never official ones. Any visit between them (and I believe there were many - as one sister is even Edward's godmother) were deeply private.


Yep, and not just Sophie was his godmother, but Louis of Hesse was also his godfather, so two Germans.
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« Reply #26 on: July 03, 2021, 01:38:23 AM »

Tragic fate of Airliner 1937 Princess Cecilie     
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