Prince Christian Oscar of Hanover
|Prince Christian Oscar|
|Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg|
|Born||1 September 1919|
Gmunden, Upper Austria, Austria
|Died||10 December 1981 (aged 62)|
|Father||Ernest Augustus, Duke of Brunswick|
|Mother||Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia|
Prince Christian Oscar of Hanover (German: Christian Oskar Ernst August Wilhelm Viktor Georg Heinrich Prinz von Hannover; 1 September 1919 – 10 December 1981) was the fourth child of Ernest Augustus, Duke of Brunswick and his wife Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia, the only daughter of Wilhelm II, German Emperor and Augusta Viktoria of Schleswig-Holstein.
During World War II, he served the Nazi party as a member of the Luftwaffe.
In 1960, Christian Prinz von Hannover, as head of the Duke of Cumberland Foundation, became a consulting manager for Durisol, an Austrian manufacturer of cement-bonded wood fiber.
Marriage and issue
Christian eloped with Mireille Dutry (born 10 January 1946), daughter of Belgian industrialist Armand Dutry and Tinou Soinne and childhood friend of Diane von Fürstenberg, on 23 November 1963 at Salzburg, Austria in a civil ceremony. They were remarried two days later in a religious ceremony in Brussels, Belgium. Christian and Mireille Dutry divorced in 1976. The couple had two daughters:
- Caroline-Luise Mireille Irene Sophie of Hanover (born 3 May 1965), married Bryan Samuel Goswick in 2014.
- Mireille Viktoria Luise of Hanover (born 3 June 1971).
Christian was a descendant of Victoria of the United Kingdom and Albert, Prince Consort through their eldest daughter Victoria, Princess Royal, the wife of Frederick III, German Emperor. His sister, Princess Frederica of Hanover married Paul I, King of the Hellenes.
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Patrilineal descent, descent from father to son, is the principle behind membership in royal houses, as it can be traced back through the generations - which means that the historically accurate royal house of monarchs of the House of Hanover was the House of Lucca (or Este, or Welf).
This is the descent of the primary male heir. For the complete expanded family tree, see List of members of the House of Hanover.
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