Prince Waldemar of Prussia (1889-1945), like his first cousin Alexei Romanov, suffered from haemophilia. In 1945 towards the end of World War II, he and his wife fled the advance of the Russian Army to Tutzing Bavaria. They arrived on April 30th, and the U.S Army invaded the area the next day. Medical supplies were immediately diverted to treat concentration camp victims nearby, thus preventing Waldemar from receiving the blood transfusions he vitally needed. As a result, he died a day later, on May 2nd, 1945.
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