Wilhelm II: Prince and Emperor, 1859-1900

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Bigge Sir Arthur Bigge, private secretary to Queen Vic-
toria ( 1895-1901).
Bismarck Prince Otto von Bismarck-Schönhausen, imperial
chancellor ( 1871-1890) and minister-president
of Prussia ( 1861-72, 1873-90).
Brauer Arthur von Brauer, representative of Baden to
the Federal Council in Berlin ( 1890-93), Baden
minister of foreign affairs ( 1893-1905).
Bülow Bernhard von Bülow ( count 1899, prince 1905)
state secretary of the Foreign Office ( 1897-
1900), chancellor ( 1900-1909).
Caroline Mathilda Princess of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-
Glücksburg, sister of Wilhelm II's consort, the Kaiserin Augusta Victoria.
Charlotte Princess of Prussia, sister of Wilhelm II.
Dönhoff Countess Marie von Dönhoff, married ( 1886) to
Bernhard von Bülow.
Dona Princess Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein-
Sonderburg-Augustenburg, married ( 1881) to
Eissenstein Baron von Eissenstein, Austro-Hungarian
chargé, Berlin.
Empress Frederick Victoria, Princess Royal of Great Britain, Wil-
helm's mother.
Eulenburg Count Philipp zu Eulenburg (1900 Prince zu
Eulenburg-Hertefeld), diplomat and friend of
Wilhelm II.
Botho Eulenburg Count Botho zu Eulenburg, cousin of Philipp,
minister-president of Prussia ( 1892-94).


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