See Article History Alternative Titles: He was born with a damaged left arm. The limb never grew to full size and some historians have claimed this disability as a clue to understanding his behaviour.
His mother was the daughter of Queen Victoria.
He grew up like any Prussian Prince, except for an arm that was deformed from birth. He admired his grandparents who became Kaiser and Empress when he was small.
Kids learn about the biography of Kaiser Wilhelm II, His father was Prince Frederick William (who would later become Emperor Frederick III) and his mother was Princess Victoria (daughter of Queen Victoria of England). This made young Wilhelm heir to the German throne and grandson of the Queen of England. Becoming Kaiser In , . Biography. Wilhelm was born on 27 January at the Crown Prince's Palace, Berlin, to Victoria, Princess Royal, the wife of Prince Frederick William of Prussia (the future Frederick III). His mother was the eldest daughter of Britain's Queen Victoria. At the time of his birth, his great-uncle Frederick William IV was king of Prussia, and his grandfather and namesake Wilhelm was acting as regent. Where did Wilhelm II grow up? Wilhelm was born in Berlin, Germany at the Crown Prince's Palace on January 27, His father was Prince Frederick William (who would later become Emperor Frederick III) and his mother was Princess Victoria (daughter of Queen Victoria of England).
During his formative years he had to deal with having brothers and sisters. Because of the attention his parents gave to his arm he grew to detest them. When William was in his late teens he fell in love with his cousin the daughter of his Aunt Alice but she did not love him and got married to Grand Duke Serge of Russia.
They had several children. In when his father died he raided his desk to find anything that may have incriminated his father in something, but all that was found was papers about how bad he had been in his life.
He was with his grandmother Queen Victoria when she died in Later that year he lost his mother as well.
He did the same thing to his mother that he did with his father with the same results. Vickie had given all her papers to the British ambassador to Berlin a few days before she died.
After his mother died he continued to rule Germany in a back handed manner, and did not like the fact that his Uncle Edward was more powerful than he was.
He did not like the fact that he was part of starting World War One because it pitted him against cousins, aunts, and uncles all over Europe and the Americas.
After the war he had to give up his throne and he went to the Netherlands, where after the death of his first wife he married a second. He stayed married to his second wife till he died at the age of 82 in CR amended by garryq Spouse 2.Sem categoria A biography of kaiser william ii.
Apr 14, · Watch video · Wilhelm II (), the German kaiser (emperor) and king of Prussia from to , was one of the most recognizable public figures of World War I (). Kaiser William II was born on January 27, to a Prince and Princess of Prussia. His mother was the daughter of Queen Victoria. He grew up like any Prussian Prince, except for an arm that was deformed from birth. Initally supported Adolf Hitler, hoping Hitler would restore the monarchy with his eldest grandson as the fourth Kaiser. After "The Night of the Broken Glass" in November , Wilhelm was quoted as saying that for the first time in his life, he felt ashamed to be German.
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Early Life. Kaiser Wilhelm, also known as Wilhelm II, was born Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albert in Potsdam, near Berlin, Germany, to Frederick III of Germany and Victoria (the future Empress.
The German emperor's speeches: being a selection from the speeches, edicts, letters, and telegrams of the Emperor William II; Works by or about Wilhelm II, German Emperor at Internet Archive, mostly in GermanFather: Frederick III, German Emperor.
Wilhelm was born on 27 January in Berlin, the eldest child of Crown Prince Frederick of Prussia and Victoria, daughter of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. A difficult birth left Wilhelm. Initally supported Adolf Hitler, hoping Hitler would restore the monarchy with his eldest grandson as the fourth Kaiser.
After "The Night of the Broken Glass" in November , Wilhelm was quoted as saying that for the first time in his life, he felt ashamed to be German.