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Empress Augusta Victoria and Queen Mary in Berlin, 1913 (b/w photo)

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Empress Augusta Victoria and Queen Mary in Berlin, 1913 (b/w photo)
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Photographer
Scherl
Medium
black and white photograph
Date
1913 AD (C20th AD)
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The British royal couple visited Berlin on May 29, 1913 on the occasion of the wedding of the Emperor's daughter, Princess Victoria Louise to the Welf Prince Ernst August of Hanover, Duke of Cumberland. The photo shows the departure of the English Queen Mary (Mary of Teck, in the carriage on the left) and the German Empress Augusta Victoria (center of the image, standing) from Lehrter Bahnhof.

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© SZ Photo / Bridgeman Images
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Germany / Europe / animal / Berlin / horse / black and white / 1910s / celebrity / Government / historical / Human Interest / imperator / imperial and royal matters / nobility / politics / royal dynasty / royal house / 10s / arrival / Arrive / Auguste / auguste viktoria / Central Station / coach / coachman / Empress / english / hohenzollern / Horse / horses / meeting / personalities / queen / queen mary / Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg / servant / servants / State Visit / Station / Trainee Station / Of Prussia / of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg

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