DOORN, Tuesday. Kaiser has officially entered into a marriage contract with Princess Hermine of Schönaich-Caroiath, alias Princess Ruess.
The first official news of the former Kaiser’s engagement arrived in Paris yesterday in the aforementioned telegram to The New York Herald direct from Doorn. Princess H Treaty, young daughter of the current Prince Heinrich XXII of the elder line of the House of Ruess, married Prince Johann, a cadet of the prestigious Carolath-Beuthen family of Prussia in 1907, and became a widow in 1920. She had three sons and two daughters.
According to the announcement from Berlin, the wedding is likely to take place in November. The former Kaiser originally planned to announce the engagement at the end of October, but changed his mind and made the current announcement due to the information being made public. father in America.
Princess Himent visited the old Kaiser at Doorn last spring and stayed at the castle for about a week. Since then she regularly corresponds with him. The marriage project was met with strong opposition from members of the Hohenzollern family and within the German monarchy. One curator, headed by Herr von Oldenburg-Januscha, even went to Doorn to protest, but received a warm reply from the former monarch.
“Deutsche Tages Zeitung” indicates that the news of the engagement made a bad impression on the former Kaiser’s sons, but the displeasure has been cleared up and they will be represented at the wedding by the former Crown Prince. .
– The New York Herald, European Edition, 20 September 1922.