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Maurice Victor Donald von Battenberg--He was the youngest grandchild of Queen Victoria and son of Beatrice. He was a hemophiliac, who died on the battlefield in the First World War. He was buried with his men at Ypres Town Cemetary at the request of his mother.

Queen Victoria's newlywed daughter, Princess Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore (1857-1944) in a wedding snapshot with Prince Henry Maurice of Battenberg (1858–1896) of Battenberg in 1885. Queen Victoria (1819-1901) widow of Prince Albert (1819-1861) agreed to the marriage of her youngest child on the condition that the couple should make their home with her.

Queen Victoria and her last grandchild Prince Maurice of Battenberg. He died at the Battle of Ypres in 1914.

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Beatrice of Battenberg The youngest child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, she was 4 when her father died. Called "Baby," she was doted upon by her grief-stricken mother, and served as Victoria's companion and secretary. Victoria saw no reason for Beatrice to marry, preferring her to remain at her side. But Beatrice fell in love with Prince Henry of Battenberg, the handsomest prince in Europe. Victoria gave them permission to marry on the condition that the couple make their home with…

Beatrice Marries Henry of Battenberg

Beatrice Mary Victoria - the last child of Victoria and Albert. She was a four years old when her father died and Victoria kept her very close as comfort and for companionship. She married against Victoria's wishes. Her daughter married the heir to the Spanish throne. One of her male grandchildren inherited hemophilia. This created a serious strain between her and her son-in-law, who blamed her for his son's affliction. Beatrice passed away at the age of 87 in 1944.

From left: A smiling Queen Victoria, her daughter Princess Beatrice, her grand-daughter Princess Louis of Battenberg and her great-grand-daughter Princess Alice of Battenberg (Prince Philip's mother)