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A (Real) German Defeat
'A (Real) German Defeat', 1870. This cartoon shows the Princess Louise and her betrothed, the Lord of Lorn (John Campbell). For the first time, a Royal Princess was being permitted to marry a subject rather than a member of one of the European royal families. In its accompanying poem, Punch asks if this is because Germany is not producing any princes of sufficient quality. From Punch, or the London Charivari, October 29, 1870.
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