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  2. House of Oldenburg - Wikipedia

    Frederick VIII of Denmark (1843–1912) Christian X of Denmark (1870–1947) Knud, Hereditary Prince of Denmark (1900–1976) (6) Count Ingolf of Rosenborg (b. 1940) Haakon VII of Norway (1872–1957) Olav V of Norway (1903–1991) (7) Harald V of Norway (b. 1937) (8) Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway (b. 1973) (9) Prince Sverre Magnus of Norway (b. 2005)

  3. The Family of Friedrich Ferdinand of Schleswig-Holstein ...

    Friedrich Ferdinand, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (12 October 12, 1855 – January 21, 1934), was born in Kiel, Duchy of Holstein, the eldest son of Friedrich, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg and Princess Adelheid of Schaumburg-Lippe and a nephew of Christian IX of Denmark.

  4. Philip, duke of Edinburgh | Biography & Facts | Britannica

    (His father’s family name had been Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg.) His marriage to his distant cousin Princess Elizabeth took place in Westminster Abbey on November 20, 1947. On the eve of his wedding, he was designated a royal highness and was created a Knight of the Garter, Baron Greenwich, earl of Merioneth, and duke of Edinburgh .

  5. Schleswig-Holstein - Wikipedia

    Schleswig (→Southern Jutland) was a Danish territory during the Viking Age, developed into a Jarldom and following into the Duchy of Schleswig in the 12th and 13th century and came later in the 14th century under the control of the Holstein counts of Schauenburg.

  6. Family tree of German monarchs - Wikipedia

    Frederick IV Duke of Swabia 1145–1167: Irene Angelina c. 1181 –1208: Philip of Swabia 1177–1208 King of Germany r. 1198–1208: Beatrice 1162–1174: William II the Good King of Sicily 1155–1189: Frederick V Duke of Swabia 1164–1170: Frederick VI Duke of Swabia 1167–1191: Joan I Countess of Burgundy 1191–1205: Otto I Ct of ...

  7. Former German nobility in the Nazi Party - Wikipedia

    Frederick Augustus III was the last King of Saxony and a member of the House of Wettin. He voluntarily abdicated as King on 13 November 1918. When the German Republic was proclaimed in 1918, he was asked by telephone whether he would abdicate willingly. He said: "Oh, well, I suppose I'd better." [27]

  8. Frederick III | king of Denmark and Norway | Britannica

    Frederick III, (born March 18, 1609, Haderslev, Den.—died Feb. 9, 1670, Copenhagen), king of Denmark and Norway (1648–70) whose reign saw the establishment of an absolute monarchy, maintained in Denmark until 1848. In his youth Frederick served successively as bishop coadjutor ( i.e., assistant bishop with the right of succession) of the ...

  9. 16 Jan 1880 - Death of the Duke of Holstein. - Trove

    LONDON, January 14.—The Duke Frederick Christian Augustus of Schleswig-Holstein is dead. ...

  10. Friedrich VIII. von Dänemark - Geneee

    Friedrich VIII. von Dänemark Y König von Dänemark Friedrich von Dänemark Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Karl von Dänemark Geboren am 3. Juni 1843 - Copenhagen (DK) Gestorben am 14. Mai 1912 - Hamburg (DE) 68 Jahre alt 8 Kinder 20 Enkelkinder Ehen und Kinder Verheiratet am 28.

  11. Lost monarchies – NettyRoyal

    Friedrich, Grand Duke of Bade: Part of the Republic of Germany: Bavaria (Bayern) 1918: Ludwig III, King of Bavaria: Part of the Republic of Germany: Berg: 1813: Napoleon Louis Bonaparte, Grand Duke of Berg: Part of the Kingdom of Prussia: Bohemia: 1918: Karel III, King of Bohemia (Emperorof Austria) Czechoslovak Republic: Brunswick: 1918: Ernst ...