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  2. Ernest Augustus | elector of Hanover | Britannica

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    Ernest Augustus, (born Nov. 20, 1629, Herzberg am Harz Castle, Hanover [Germany]—died Jan. 23, 1698, Herrenhausen Castle), duke (from 1679) and elector (from 1692) of Hanover, father of George Louis, who became George I, king of Great Britain.

  3. Ernest Augustus, Duke of Brunswick - Wikipedia Republished ...

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    Ernest Au­gus­tus Chris­t­ian George ( Ger­man: Ernst Au­gust Chris­ti­an Georg; 17 No­vem­ber 1887 – 30 Jan­u­ary 1953) was Duke of Brunswick from 2 No­vem­ber 1913 to 8 No­vem­ber 1918. He was a grand­son of George V of Hanover and Chris­t­ian IX of Den­mark. The Prus­sians had de­posed King George from the Hanover­ian throne in 1866. Contents

  4. Ernest Augustus I, Elector of Hanover - geni.com

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    Ernst August I Augustus von Braunschweig-Lüneburg (Welf), Fürst zu Calenberg, Kurfürst zu Braunschweig-Lüneburg. Member of the House of Guelph / Prince Bishop of Osnabrück (1661) / Kurfürst von Hannover (1692), Elector of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Herzog von Braunschweig-Lüneburg in Hannover (1679-92), cr Kurfürst von Hannover (1692-98), Elector of Brunswick-Luneburg.

  5. Schloss Marienburg | Pattensen, Germany | Ultimate guide of ...

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    It was only in 1945 when Ernest Augustus, Duke of Brunswick and his wife Princess Viktoria Luise of Prussia moved to the castle after they were forced to escape the Blankenburg Castle. In 1954, their son Prince Ernest Augustus IV converted the castle into a museum.

  6. Constantine II Of Greece Parents: Meet King Paul And Queen ...

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    His mother, Princess Frederica of Hanover, was the only daughter of Ernest Augustus, Duke of Brunswick, and Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia. His father, Paul, was King of Greece from 1st April 1947 until his death in 1964. On 9 January 1938, Paul married Princess Frederica of Hanover.

  7. Former German nobility in the Nazi Party - Wikipedia

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    Prince Ernest Augustus, 3rd Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale. Ernst August, Crown Prince of Hanover, was the only son of George V of Hanover and Marie of Saxe-Altenburg. Although he was the senior male-line great-grandson of George III, the Duke of Cumberland was deprived of his British peerages and honours for having sided with Germany in World War I.

  8. King Constantine II of Greece was the grandson of Duke Ernest-Augustus of Brunswick (1887 - 1953), however the Duke of Brunswick Morphy defeated in the Paris Opera house was Duke Charles II (1804 - 1873). 1 Nigel Short @nigelshortchess · Jan 11 Replying to @megapatzer Are you trying to tell me something I didn't know? Show replies Alpha Phoenicis

  9. King Constantine II cause of death, obituary, funeral ...

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    When King George II died in 1947, Constantine’s father ascended to the throne, making Constantine the crown prince. He was George II’s nephew, as well as the second child and only legal son of the king’s childless younger brother and heir presumptive, Crown Prince Paul. Princess Frederica of Hanover, his mother, was the only child of Ernest Augustus, Duke of Brunswick, and Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia.

  10. George IV | Biography & Facts | Britannica

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    George IV, in full George Augustus Frederick, German Georg August Friedrich, (born August 12, 1762, London, England—died June 26, 1830, Windsor, Berkshire), king of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and king of Hanover from January 29, 1820, previously the sovereign de facto from February 5, 1811, when he became regent for his father, George III, who had become insane.