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German prince's one man fight over plans to turn 900-year-old family land into national park - Telegraph
The government of the state of North-Rhine Westphalia wants to incorporate the hills and the trees into a new national park.
But Stephen, Prince of Lippe, the landowner, is in no mood to co-operate.
On Saturday the prince spoke before a demonstration of 2,000 opponents of the park, in an address that reinforced his position at the forefront the opposition movement.
The Teutoburg Forest has been in his family almost since the founding of the Principality of Lippe in 1123, and for centuries they ruled it from the now ruined Falkenburg Castle, which still stands guard over the woods.
Trypical Socialist ploy of making it a class war rather than what it actually is, a land grab of private property by the govt. I fully support the Prince, not because he is royalty but because he is a landowner trying to protect what is rightfully his against a rather dubious proposition.
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... I fully support the Prince, not because he is royalty but because he is a landowner trying to protect what is rightfully his against a rather dubious proposition.
Does he have any chance to win the case?
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Princess Elisabeth zu Solms-Braunfels, nee Princess zur Lippe died at Baden-Baden in May.
She was born at Dresden-Blasewitz on 23 January 1916, daughter of Prince Julius zur Lippe (1873-1952) & his wife Marie, nee Duchess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. (1978-1948); she was thus a paternal first cousin of Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands. On 15 February 1939 in Dresden she married Prince Ernst August zu Solms-Braunfels (1892-1968). She is survived by their daughter, Maria Angela (b.1940).

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The new issue of ROYALTY DIIGEST QUARTERLY will have the house of Lippe as its Family Album. We are trying desperately to find hi-resolution versions of the two pictures attached to this message. Does anyone have them?

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The little boy is Fürst Armin. The group is of Fürst Leopold IV, his first wife Bertha and their three elder children.


We are also looking for a picture of Prince Ernst August zur Lippe (1917-1990) - either alone or with other family members.
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H.S.H. Prince Karl-Christian zur Lippe-Weissenfeld died on 7 March 2013, aged 82.

He was born at Dessau on 2 September 1930; he was the only child of Prince Karl zur Lippe-Weissenfeld (1889-1942) and of his wife, née Hedwig-Maria von Trotha (1903-1988).
He was unmarried and without issue.

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Princess Auguste of Bavaria has confirmed to Bunte that she is expecting a boy in six weeks.
She is married to Prince Ferdinand Clemens zu Lippe-Weissenfeld.

Prinzessin Auguste von Bayern: Schwanger im achten Monat: Es wird ein Junge! - BUNTE
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Wow, finally! Congrats to them!
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A New Prince of Lippe-Weissenfeld

Princess Auguste of Bavaria (b.11 October 1979) [eldest of five children of Prince Luitpold of Bavaria (b.1951) & his wife Beatrix, nee Wiegand (b.1951)] &her husband, Prince Ferdinand Clemens of Lippe-Weissenfeld (b.5 September 1976)[youngest of three children and only son of Prince Ferdinand Jobst of Lippe-Weissenfeld (b.1942) & his wife Karoline nee Freiin von Feilitzsch (b.1939)] had their first child, a son, reportedly in late August or early September.

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His names are: Louis-Ferdinand Ludwig Beatus Bernhard Christopher Julio Patrick
He was born on September 16th 2013.

Source: the christmas wishes from his parents
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German prince's one man fight over plans to turn 900-year-old family land into national park - Telegraph
The government of the state of North-Rhine Westphalia wants to incorporate the hills and the trees into a new national park.
But Stephen, Prince of Lippe, the landowner, is in no mood to co-operate.
On Saturday the prince spoke before a demonstration of 2,000 opponents of the park, in an address that reinforced his position at the forefront the opposition movement.
The Teutoburg Forest has been in his family almost since the founding of the Principality of Lippe in 1123, and for centuries they ruled it from the now ruined Falkenburg Castle, which still stands guard over the woods.
I wonder if anyone has heard anymore about ths? Has there been a resolution to the case?
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Why Was Prince Bernhard's Parents' Marriage Morganatic?

I am asking about the famous or infamous Prince Bernhard who married into the Dutch Royal family, not his father, also named Bernhard. The son was apparently born a Count of Biesterfeld and only later given the title of Prince of Lippe-Biesterfeld. (Possibly this gave him a place in the succession that he initially did not have.) What I don't understand is how his mother, Amgard Von Cramm who was a Baroness from an old noble family with entirely noble lineage for at least several generations on both sides of her family tree was considered an unacceptable non-"ebenburtig" spouse, given that only fourteen years earlier in the famous (I guess for people here!) Lippe Inheritance Case, Bernhard's great-grandmother, Modeste von Unruh, WAS considered an acceptable spouse, even though she was merely part of the untitled nobility.

Did the House of Lippe change its laws, raising its standards after winning the case? I have read that perhaps the issue was that Armgard was a divorcee, but this seems implausible for a Protestant House like the Lippes.

Can anyone explain this? Thanks.
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The Ebenbürtigkeit was roughly indicated by the placing of a family in the Almanach de Gotha. The House von Lippe was a (former) Sovereign House. The House of Sierstorpf-Cramm was not. Then it is up to the Chef of the House to accept the alliance as dynastic or not.

In 1897 the Reichsgericht settled a dispute in the House of Lippe whether Count Ernst zu Lippe-Biesterfeld, at that moment the most senior male agnate and therefore the possible future Chef of the House, was a dynast or not. His grandfather Wilhelm-Ernst von Lippe-Biesterfeld married Modeste von Unruh, of old nobility but not titled. As a result Wilhelm-Ernst and his issue could not be considered dynasts, so claimed the contestors.

The Reichsgericht studied the Lippe case and all documents and arguments involved. In it's ruling of June 22nd 1897 the Reichsgericht stated that the House Laws required titled nobility indeed, but only for the purpose of the Fideï-commis, which is a specific testamentiary legate arranging that the bulk of the House's assets remain with the Chef of the House. That Fideï-commis was in the meantime replaced by another arrangement. The Reichsgericht found evidence and documentation that the House of Lippe considered simple, but old, nobility as equal. With this, there was no hindrance anymore to Modeste von Unruh's grandson to become the Fürst von Lippe.

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