Posted by Stefan on 6/7/2011, 8:10:35, in reply to "Re: Anhalt"
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But Prinzessin von Anhalt is the surname of his wife. Mr. Bernath could have taken her surname at the marriage. |
: how can he grant titles? germany is a
: repulic and there are not titles. his
: son-in-law might carry the family name prinz
: von anhalt if they have choosdn that name as
: the family name.
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: According to “An Online Gotha” by Paul
: Theroff, Prinzessin Katharina, heiress
: presumptive to the headship of the Ducal
: House of Anhalt, married on 12 July 2008 to
: Mr. Marc Bernath. I wonder if Eduard Prinz
: of Anhalt and Head of the House has granted
: his son-in-law the title of Prinz of Anhalt
: with the predicate of Highness.
: Nevertheless, “An Online Gotha” has omitted
: to say when and where Mr. Bernath was born.
: Moreover, in the Section of Royal News,
: corresponding to the year 2008 – Part I,
: there is no reference at all to the princely
: marriage. Any explanation, please?