From the House of Hesse, Martyr Princess Elizabeth

K.V. Turley of Crisis Magazine: Described at the time as the most beautiful woman in Europe, this is the story of a princess who was to know both public adulation and private sorrow before spending her last days in the service of the sick and the poor wearing the plain garb of a nun. Having been born into privilege and lived in unimaginable splendor, her end was to come in an industrial wasteland as a martyr to her faith. Full story is here.