Maximilian Alexander Friedrich Wilhelm, Prince of Baden (1867 – 1929), also known as Max von Baden, was a German prince politician. He was heir to the Grand Duchy of Baden in October and November 1918 briefly served as Chancellor of the German Empire. Maximilian was a member of the House of Baden, the son of Prince Wilhelm Max, son of Grand Duke Leopold Princess Maria Maximilianovna of Leuchtenberg. He was named after his maternal grandfather, Maximilian de Beauharnais
Reich Chancellor Max von Baden (1918)-To facilitate a ceasefire on the basis of Wilson’s Fourteen Points, he appointed representatives of the majority parties (the Social Democratic Party, the Center Party, and the Left-Liberal Party) to his cabinet. Additionally, during his five-week tenure as Reich Chancellor, he passed constitutional amendments and acted upon the demand (voiced by the United States, in particular) for parliamentary reform and the democratization of the German Empire.
Prince Maximilian of Baden, Marie Louise of Hanover and children, Maria Alexandra and Berthold. Prince Berthold married Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark, an older sister of Philip the Duke of Edinburgh. Princess Maria Alexandra was killed during the bombing of Frankfurt in WWII.