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THE REAL WILHELM II—LAST GERMAN EMPEROR—Grandson of Queen Victoria & descendant of William the Silent aka William of Orange “In person, Orange was above the middle height, perfectly well made and sinewy, but rather spare than stout. His eyes, hair, beard, and complexion were brown” SOURCE; (John Stevens Cabot Abbott, “The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte”; 1859) Emmanuel Van Meteren who certainly knew William the Silent said: “He was a well built man, taller than the average, with brown complexion and beard” Everhard Van Reyd, who also knew him said: “He had medium height, [and a] brown complexion” SOURCES; (Ruth Putnam, "William the Silent, Prince of Orange, the Moderate Man of the Sixteenth Century; The Story of His Life as Told from His Own Letters, from Those of His Friends and Enemies and from Official Documents"; 1895) (Ainsworth Rand Spofford, ‎Frank Weitenkampf, ‎John Porter Lamberton, "Library of Historic Characters and Famous Events of All Nations and All Ages" Volume 9; 1906) Wilhelm II was the last German Emperor (Kaiser) and King of Prussia... He reigned from June 15, 1888 until his abdication on November 9, 1918 shortly before Germany's defeat in World War I...

Wilhelm II was the son of Prince Frederick William of Prussia and Victoria, Princess Royal… His father was the son of Wilhelm I, German Emperor, and his mother was the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha… Wilhelm was at the Imperial Army headquarters in Spa, Belgium, when the uprisings in Berlin and other centres took him by surprise in late 1918… Mutiny among the ranks of his beloved Kaiserliche Marine, the imperial navy, profoundly shocked him…

After the outbreak of the German Revolution, Wilhelm could not make up his mind whether or not to abdicate… Up to that point, he accepted that he would likely have to give up the imperial crown, and still hoped to retain the Prussian kingship… However, this was impossible under the imperial constitution… Wilhelm thought he ruled as emperor in a personal union with Prussia… In truth, the constitution defined the empire as a confederation of states under the permanent presidency of Prussia…

The imperial crown was thus tied to the Prussian crown, meaning that Wilhelm could not renounce one crown without renouncing the other… Eurocentricks tell us that this is a man named “Gustav Sabac el Cher” But as usual, there absolute no firsthand or primary historical records, from any of his would-be contemporaries that make any reference to a “Gustav Sabac el Cher”

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