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Re: Princess Nora von Fugger
« Reply #15 on: November 01, 2011, 09:41:50 PM »
One more photo of Princess Nora:

http://fotocollectie.huisdoorn.nl/HuDF-05148-L03

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Hohenlohe family and it's branches
« Reply #16 on: March 28, 2012, 02:51:50 PM »
I wanted to ask a question about a member of Ratibor branch of the family and have seen that there isn't any thread about Hohenlohe family in general,so here it is:

What I wanted to ask in the first place is who is the female member of Hohenlohe-Ratibor branch of the family who has been shot in her face by a Polish servant due to mistake when motoring to the station from her estate?

She stayed alive but later one side of her face was plastered up...

Anyone heard about this accident?

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Re: Princess Nora von Fugger
« Reply #17 on: January 05, 2013, 10:07:51 AM »
I actually have this book (Im Glanz der Kaiserzeit) written by Nora Fugger, but - to be honest - I have never read it.  ;)
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wauw ).... I dream of having and reading  this book, but can not  find it anywhere. There where only three editions of it, the last one in the 80s.
Neither in the city library nor at the book shops ...
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Re: Princess Nora von Fugger
« Reply #18 on: January 05, 2013, 06:26:19 PM »

wauw ).... I dream of having and reading  this book, but can not  find it anywhere. There where only three editions of it, the last one in the 80s.
Neither in the city library nor at the book shops ...

Me too...

It would be interesting to see her impressions about the family as her husband was a Chamberlain of Emperor Franz Josef,her brother Johannes married to an Austrian Archduchess and her sister Marie was married to Albert,second cousin of Prince Elmer Lonyay de Nagy-Lonya et Vasaros Nameny,later husband of Crown Princess Stephanie,so I guess all sides of the family could be covered with her story...

Not to mention her entertaining Emperor Wilhelm II...