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Johanna Friederike Charlotte Dorothea Eleonore, Princess of Bismarck, Duchess of Lauenburg 11 April 1824 – 27 November 1894 was a Prussian noblewoman and the wife of the 1st Chancellor of Germany, Otto von Bismarck
She was born at Viartlum manor near Rummelsburg in the Prussian Province of Pomerania present-day Wiatrołom, Poland, the daughter of Heinrich von Puttkamer 1789–1871 and his wife Luitgarde Agnese von Glasenapp 1799–1863 Her ancestors of the Puttkamer noble family, first mentioned in the 13th century, belonged to the Uradel dynasties of Farther Pomerania and were known for their devoted pietism Johanna grew up in neighbouring Reinfeld Barnowiec, on the estates her father acquired shortly after her birth
Johanna met Otto von Bismarck, then owner of Kniephof Konarzewo manor, in 1844 The Prussian Junker had associated with Pomeranian pietist circles around Adolf von Thadden-Trieglaff, mainly because he had desperately fallen in love with Thadden's daughter Marie The young woman appreciated his advances, nevertheless, as she was already engaged to Bismarck's school friend Moritz von Blanckenburg, she introduced him to her friend Johanna von Puttkamer at her wedding ceremony However, not until the married couple took both Otto and Johanna on a journey to the Harz mountains in 1846, the two seemed to become closer to each other Marie's sudden death from meningitis in November 1846 turned the scales and Bismarck finally asked Heinrich von Puttkamer for the hand of his daughterMarie, Herbert and Wilhelm von Bismarck, c 1855
On 28 July 1847 Johanna married Otto von Bismarck in the parish church of Alt-Kolziglow modern Kołczygłowy near Reinfeld The couple had three children:
- Marie 1848–1926, married Count Kuno zu Rantzau in 1878
- Herbert 1849–1904, diplomat and politician
- Wilhelm 1852–1901, administrative official
Unpretentious and deeply religious, Johanna was a loyal friend and an essential support throughout her husband's career Though Otto von Bismarck never completely got over his love for the late Marie von Thadden and even entered a passionate affair with Princess Katharina Orlowa, wife of the Russian envoy Nikolay Alexeyevich Orlov, his marriage with Johanna turned out to be a happy one Johanna's considerable influence on her husband's politics is documented by their voluminous correspondence, nevertheless, she was rivalled by sharp-witted liberal salonnières like Countess Marie von Schleinitz
Johanna died on 27 November 1894 at the Bismarck manor in Varzin Warcino, aged 70 Her husband had a chapel built in the Varzin park, where she was buried Later, her mortal remains were transferred to the Bismarck Mausoleum in Friedrichsruh
- ^ Encyclopædia Britannica, 2009
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