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  2. Frederick William IV summary | Britannica

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    Frederick William IV, German Friedrich Wilhelm, (born Oct. 15, 1795, Cölln, near Berlin, Prussia—died Jan. 2, 1861, Potsdam), King of Prussia (1840–61). The son of Frederick William III, he was a disciple of the German Romantic movement and an artistic dilettante, but his conservative policies helped spark the Revolutions of 1848, in opposition.

  3. Frederick William IV Of Prussia Biography - Facts, Childhood ...

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    Frederick William IV of Prussia was born in Kronprinzenpalais, Berlin, in the Kingdom of Prussia, on 15th October 1795. He was the son of Frederick William III and his wife, Queen Louise. As a child, he was trained by private tutors. Some of them were experienced civil servants like Friedrich Ancillon.

  4. Frederick William IV, King of Prussia | British Museum

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    Frederick William IV King of Prussia | Museum number 1872,1012.361 | Producer name BIOG64572 ...

  5. Friedrich Wilhelm IV, King of Prussia - geni family tree

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    About Friedrich Wilhelm IV, King of Prussia Without issues Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece Links: The Peerage Geneall Johann the Younger #952 Wikipedia King of Prussia: Reign 4 June 1840 – 2 January 1861 Predecessor Frederick William III Successor: William I

  6. 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Frederick William IV. of Prussia

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    FREDERICK WILLIAM IV. (1795–1861), king of Prussia, eldest son of Frederick William III., was born on the 15th of October 1795. From his first tutor, Johann Delbrück, he imbibed a love of culture and art, and possibly also the dash of Liberalism which formed an element of his complex habit of mind.

  7. Frederick William I | king of Prussia | Britannica

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    Frederick William I, German Friedrich Wilhelm I, (born August 14, 1688, Berlin—died May 31, 1740, Potsdam, Prussia), second Prussian king, who transformed his country from a second-rate power into the efficient and prosperous state that his son and successor, Frederick II the Great, made a major military power on the Continent.

  8. Hohenzollern Castle, the seat of the most notable dynasty in ...

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    The castle that visitors tour was completely rebuilt in the 19th century following the visit of then Crown Prince Frederick William IV of Prussia who found the castle in ruins. By the time the House of Hohenzollern had been named the rulers of the German Empire, the family had an opulent royal seat worthy of a kaiser.

  9. Frederick William - Wikipedia

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    Frederick William IV of Prussia (1795–1861), King of Prussia Frederick William, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (1819–1904) Frederick III, German Emperor (1831–1888), German Emperor and King of Prussia. He was known as Frederick William when he was Crown Prince.

  10. Frederick William I of Prussia - Wikipedia

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    On ascending the throne in 1713, Frederick William I did much to improve Prussia economically and militarily. He replaced mandatory military service among the middle class with an annual tax, and he established schools and hospitals. The king encouraged farming, reclaimed marshes, stored grain in good times and sold it in bad times.

  11. One Hundred and Fifteen Uniform Plates of the Famous Prussian ...

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    It contains uniforms with the alterations which were introduced under Friedrich Wilhelm IV, especially the well-known so-called ‘Pickelhaube’. The Pickelhaube was originally designed in 1842 by King Frederick William IV of Prussia, perhaps as a copy of similar helmets that were adopted at the same time by the Russian military. Die Königl.