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  2. Louis, Prince of Hesse and by Rhine - Wikipedia

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    In 1960, Prince Louis adopted his distant cousin, Moritz, Landgrave of Hesse. With the death of Prince Louis in Frankfurt in 1968, he was succeeded by Moritz's father, Philipp, Landgrave of Hesse (d. 1980) as head of the house. Moritz (d. 2013) in turn was succeeded by his son, Donatus (b. 1966).

  3. Frankenberg, Hesse - Wikipedia

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    Dialling codes: 06451: Vehicle registration: KB, FKB, WA: Website: www.frankenberg.de: Frankenberg an der Eder is a town in Waldeck-Frankenberg district, Hesse, Germany.. The mountain at a ford over the Eder north of the Burgwald range was for a long time a fortified place, playing an especially important role under the Franks in the Saxon Wars.

  4. Schmalkaldic War - Wikipedia

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    The Schmalkaldic War (German: Schmalkaldischer Krieg) was the short period of violence from 1546 until 1547 between the forces of Emperor Charles V of the Holy Roman Empire (simultaneously King Charles I of Spain), commanded by the Duke of Alba and the Duke of Saxony, and the Lutheran Schmalkaldic League within the domains of the Holy Roman Empire.

  5. Category:LGBT royalty - Wikipedia

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    This category includes both monarchs and members of royal families who are shown by a verifiable, reliable source to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender.

  6. Adolph Freiherr Knigge - Wikipedia

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    Freiherr Adolph Franz Friedrich Ludwig Knigge (16 October 1752 – 6 May 1796) was a German writer, Freemason, and a leading member of the Order of the Illuminati.

  7. Royal intermarriage - Wikipedia

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    Royal intermarriage is the practice of members of ruling dynasties marrying into other reigning families. It was more commonly done in the past as part of strategic diplomacy for national interest.

  8. Prince Christoph of Hesse - Wikipedia

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    Prince Christoph Ernst August of Hesse (14 May 1901 – 7 October 1943) was a nephew of Kaiser Wilhelm II. He was an SS-Oberführer in the Allgemeine SS and an officer in the Luftwaffe Reserve, killed on active duty in a plane crash during World War II .

  9. Philippe Mélanchthon — Wikipédia

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    Philippe Mélanchthon [1] est la forme francisée en usage dès le XVI e siècle [2], [3] du nom de l'érudit humaniste, philosophe et réformateur protestant allemand Philipp Melanchton [4] (1497-1560), en latin Philippus Melanchthon, en grec Φίλιππος Μελάγχθων transcription ou interprétation approximative de son patronyme allemand Philipp Schwarzert [5].

  10. Joseph I, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia

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    Joseph I (Joseph Jacob Ignaz Johann Anton Eustachius; 26 July 1678 – 17 April 1711) was Holy Roman Emperor and ruler of the Austrian Habsburg monarchy from 1705 until his death in 1711.

  11. University of Marburg - Wikipedia

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    The Philipps University of Marburg (German: Philipps-Universität Marburg) was founded in 1527 by Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse, which makes it one of Germany's oldest universities and the oldest still operating Protestant university in the world. It is now a public university of the state of Hesse, without religious