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The British Royal Family’s Complicated History With Nazi Germany

Prince William will follow in the footsteps of his father and grandfather and visit the East Jerusalem tomb of his great-grandmother this week. But while Princess Alice sheltered a Jewish family during the war, three of her daughters were married to prominent Nazis

Dina Kraft
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The Duke of Cambridge will pay homage to his great-grandmother, Princess Alice, at her burial site in East Jerusalem next Thursday. But while she was honored for sheltering a Jewish family during World War II, several of her daughters were married to prominent Nazis.

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