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Dearest Nicky<br><br>
 
Dearest Nicky<br><br>
I send you this lines through my son Adalbert1 to whom I trust you will kindly extend your grace. It is the first foreign country which he visits, and as he is still only a middy I beg you will not make too much of him officially. He is young and steady and I rely upon you that you will kindly see that he does not get into wrong or bad company.<br><br>  
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I send you this lines through my son Adalbert<ref>Prince Adalbert arrived off Petrograd on July 19th in the German training ship "Charlotte." On July 23rd the Czar wearing the German Naval Uniform paid him a visit on board.</ref> to whom I trust you will kindly extend your grace. It is the first foreign country which he visits, and as he is still only a middy I beg you will not make too much of him officially. He is young and steady and I rely upon you that you will kindly see that he does not get into wrong or bad company.<br><br>  
  
 
With best love to Alix and her times I remain, with great pleasure anticipating our meeting on the sea<br><br>  
 
With best love to Alix and her times I remain, with great pleasure anticipating our meeting on the sea<br><br>  
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1. Prince Adalbert arrived off Petrograd on July 19th in the German training ship "Charlotte." On July 23rd the Czar wearing the German Naval Uniform paid him a visit on board.<br><br>
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XX
Swinemünde 8/VI/1901


Dearest Nicky

I send you this lines through my son Adalbert[1] to whom I trust you will kindly extend your grace. It is the first foreign country which he visits, and as he is still only a middy I beg you will not make too much of him officially. He is young and steady and I rely upon you that you will kindly see that he does not get into wrong or bad company.

With best love to Alix and her times I remain, with great pleasure anticipating our meeting on the sea

Ever your most aff-ate cousin and friend
Willy

Notes

  1. Prince Adalbert arrived off Petrograd on July 19th in the German training ship "Charlotte." On July 23rd the Czar wearing the German Naval Uniform paid him a visit on board.

Return to 'Willy-Nicky' Letters VI - XX (26 November 1895-13 June 1901)

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