Emporer Wilhelm II. Bust - Addition to the family in the Crown Prince's Palace with serious consequences
Emporer Wilhelm II was born 1859 in Berlin. His father was the future Emperor Frederick III and his mother, Victoria, the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria of England. His birth was complicated, because his left arm suffered severe injuries and remained paralyzed his whole life. This greatly affected his mother-son relationship, because the ambitious Victoria could not cope with this flaw.
A distressed childhood - Prince Wilhelm is raised very rigorously
The doctors tried to correct Wilhelm's crippled arm during many attempts. He learned to ride under the most difficult conditions, because it was quite exhausting for him. In 1866 the consistent Calvinist with the name Georg Hinzpeter takes care of his further education. Wilhelm's life turned out unhappily and his mother's love was denied to him. He did not even receive any recognition from Georg Hinzpeter.
- Bronze-colored bust of Emperor Wilhelm II.
- Weight: 650 g
- Height approx. 18 cm
- Made of high quality, fine casting material
From a high school student to a regimental commander
The prince's parents demanded that Wilhelm should attend a conservative high school. He is accompanied by Georg Hinzpeter to Kassel, obtaining his high-school diploma in 1877. After serving in the military, he became the governor and commander of various regiments. Further education and various studies such as public and legal sciences frequently interrupted his period of service.
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