Famous People Who Died on August 5
Empress, Queen / 1840 - 1901
Empress Frederick was the oldest child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert of England. She married the future German emperor, Frederick III, in 1858, thus becoming empress of Germany and queen of Prussia.
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profile name: Marilyn Monroe profile occupation: Film Actress, Pin-up
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profile name: Richard Burton profile occupation: Film Actor
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profile name: Peter Minuit profile occupation: Explorer
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profile name: Susan Butcher profile occupation: Athlete
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profile name: Empress Frederick profile occupation: Empress, Queen
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profile name: Alec Guinness profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor, Screenwriter
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