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Handed His Passports: The German Ambassador in London

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Prince Charles Max Lichnowsky, who became German Ambassador to this country in 1912, was born in 186o, son of the late Prince Karl Lichnowsky and Marie, Princess of Croy.

In 1885, he was an Attache at the German Embassy here. He is a Hereditary Member of the Upper House of the Prussian Diet and Hon. G.C.V.O. In 19o4 he married Mechtilde, Countess Arco-Zinneberg. War was officially declared as from II p.m. on Tuesday, August 4, and later Prince Lichnowsky was handed his passports.


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