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Caroline Matilda of Schleswig-Holstein (1860–1932)

Caroline Matilda of Schleswig-Holstein (1860–1932)

Duchess of Schleswig-Holstein. Name variations: Victoria Frederica of Schleswig-Holstein. Born Victoria Fredericka Augusta Mary Carolina Matilda on January 25, 1860; died on February 20, 1932; daughter of Frederick, duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg, and Adelaide of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1835–1900); married Frederick Ferdinand (1855–1934), duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Glucksburg (r. 1855–1934), on March 19, 1885; children: Victoria Adelaide of Schleswig-Holstein (1885–1970); Alexandra Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein (1887–1957, who married Augustus William, the son of Kaiser Wilhelm II); Helen of Schleswig-Holstein (1888–1962); Karoline-Mathilde of Schleswig-Holstein (b. 1894, who married Hans, count of Solms-Baruth); Adelaide of Holstein-Schleswig (b. 1899); Wilhelm Fredrich also known as Frederick (1891–1965), duke of Schleswig-Holstein (r. 1934–1965).

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