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Old 02-18-2005, 04:23 PM
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Smile Prince Hans-Adam birthday celebration

Last Week Prince Hans-Adam celebrated his birthday (Feb. 14th) early because he had a business trip to attend to in South America. The Prince officially celebrated his birthday with a small reception at Vaduz castle.


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Old 02-18-2005, 04:31 PM
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Smile Princesses attend a ski competion

Hereditary Princess Sophie, Princess Angela, and Princess Nora of Liechtenstein attended a ski competition in Malbun, Liechtenstein on the Feb. 12. The princesses also handed out medals to the winners of the competitions.
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Old 02-23-2005, 02:50 PM
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It is so great to see Angela! I wonder does she speak German or Leitchenstein
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Old 03-03-2005, 08:40 PM
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It is so great to see Angela! I wonder does she speak German or Leitchenstein
German is the national language of Liechtenstein. The local dialect is Alemannic.
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Old 04-02-2005, 04:55 PM
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Prince Philipp and Princess Isabelle von und zu Liechtenstein, brother and sister-in-law of Prince Hans-Adam II.


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8. with their second son Prince Wenzeslaus

10. with Prince Wenzeslaus and Archduchess Maria von Habsburg
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Old 04-02-2005, 05:17 PM
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Princess Nora von und zu Liechtenstein at a Juana Martin fashion show Mar 1, 2005.
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Old 04-14-2005, 07:18 AM
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today on the bbc website

Nazi crimes taint Liechtenstein




Jewish slave labourers worked on Austrian estates owned by the Liechtenstein royal family during World War II, an official report has found.

The royal family also bought property taken from Jews in Nazi-occupied Austria and Czechoslovakia, it says.

But the Alpine principality - neutral during the war - did not trade in gold or other valuables looted from Jews, the four-year probe concluded.

An international team of six historians examined the country's war record.

Jewish inmates from the Strasshof concentration camp near Vienna were hired out to three agricultural estates in Austria owned by the family of Prince Franz Josef II, the report said.

Passivity criticised

"Liechtenstein was definitely not the worst country during that period, but there are a lot of things that could have been improved," said historian and commission member Dan Michman.

Prince Alois (right) now runs Liechtenstein

"It belonged to the bystanders and not the perpetrators."

Investigations have revealed that neighbouring Switzerland sent thousands of Jewish refugees back to Nazi-occupied Europe and that Swiss companies traded with Nazi Germany.

Liechtenstein took in about 400 refugees from Nazi-controlled Austria between 1933 and 1945 but turned back 165, the commission said.

No works of art plundered by the Nazis were traced to Liechtenstein collections.

The investigation was prompted by concerns voiced by the World Jewish Congress. Liechtenstein's Prince Franz Josef II died in 1989, and his family has ruled for 300 years. The tiny country, lying between Austria and Switzerland, is a tax haven under pressure to reform its banking system.
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29/04/2005, Prince Hans Adam II and his wife princess Marie re-open the "Naturpark Sparbach":

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so now that Prince Alois is the "ruler" of Liechtenstein....which of his children will be the Heredity Prince/Princess of Liechtenstein? do they have a male preference like England, Denmark and Spain?

Do they have a official website?
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Here is Prince Alois' website
http://www.liechtenstein.li/en/eliec...ilie-alois.htm

I would imagine that his oldest child, Prince Joseph Wenzel is hereditary Prince of Liechtenstein.
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Liechtenstein does not allow women to succeed to the throne.
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If everything about royalty changes, the system should be abolished all together. The system was male-preferred... That's how traditions and dynasties were started.

Not like the nonsense of the House of Lippe in the Netherlands.
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Just posted wedding pictures of Alois and Sophie in Old, New, Royal, and Blue... Forum. If you wish to look at them, here is the link Prince Alois of Liechtenstein and Duchess Sophie of Bavaria
She was Duchess Sophie in Bavaria, not Duchess Sophie of Bavaria.
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Old 05-17-2005, 02:37 PM
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She was Duchess Sophie in Bavaria, not Duchess Sophie of Bavaria.
Thanks Charles, I have now corrected the title of the thread. Would you please explain the difference for me.
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Prince Philipp and Princess Isabelle von und zu Liechtenstein, brother and sister-in-law of Prince Hans-Adam II.


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8. with their second son Prince Wenzeslaus

10. with Prince Wenzeslaus and Archduchess Maria von Habsburg
Her fashion seem to make her look a little harsh to me ...
And she doesn't smile at all; so maybe it's not her outfits, but her expressions...
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If everything about royalty changes, the system should be abolished all together. The system was male-preferred... That's how traditions and dynasties were started.
Having a female heir will not change everything about royals it'll change only one tradition and sure they're important but it is hard existing in today's society grapsing firmly on to old traditions.
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Having a female heir will not change everything about royals it'll change only one tradition and sure they're important but it is hard existing in today's society grapsing firmly on to old traditions.
Liechtenstein doesn't seem to have any problems existing in today's society. Just the opposite: both the dynasty and the country are thriving.

The Liechtenstein people seem to agree with the direction set by Prince Hans Adam. In the recent referendum two thirds of the voting population supported the Prince against the civil government. The EU bureaucrats may not approve, but the people of Liechtenstein expressed their democratic preference... in favour of a traditional monarchy.
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The title Duke in Bavaria was given to the first King of Bavaria's brother.

The distinction is that "in Bavaria" wasn't a reigning line, but had ducal and royal status in Bavaria. The title Duke of Bavaria reflects headship of the royal line.

Technically, even though the "in Bavaria" line is extinct, the royal and ducal lines will merge on the death of Franz Herzog von Bayern.

Therefore his brother Max could be called the Duke in and of Bavaria, or the Duke of and in Bavaria.
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Happy 4th birthday to Prince Alfons of Liechtenstein.
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Does anyone has pictures of P. Tatiana (liechtenstein) and Philipp von Lattorff

I want to see thier wedding pictures of any pictures of them. Thanks.
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