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In this interview the Kaiser's son and fellow exile, Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882 - 1951, a.k.a. "The Butcher of Verdun"), catalogs his many discomforts as a "refugee" in Holland. At this point in his life, the former heir apparent was dictating his memoir and following closely the goings-on at Versailles.

The photo above was snapped at least fifteen years before the war (the color was added at least 99 years later).

Click here to read what Kaiser Wilhelm II thought of Adolf Hitler.

       *A Film Clip Featuring the Kaiser Exile*


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The Crown Prince in Exile (Literary Digest, 1919)

The Crown Prince in Exile (Literary Digest, 1919)

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