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  2. François Lambert | French religious reformer | Britannica

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    François Lambert, in full François Lambert d’Avignon, (born 1486, Avignon, France—died April 18, 1530, Frankenberg-Eder, Hesse [Germany]), Protestant convert from Roman Catholicism and leading reformer in Hesse. At age 15 Lambert entered the Franciscan community at Avignon, France.

  3. Former German nobility in the Nazi Party - Wikipedia

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    He was a SS - Reichsleiter, (the same SS rank as Himmler and Goebbels ), he was second only to the rank of the Führer in the Nazi Party. Philipp Bouhler, worked alongside Philipp, Landgrave of Hesse who was a close friend of Göring. Bouhler was head of Nazi Action T4 euthanasia program for children and the handicapped; (70,000 murders).

  4. Castle Philippsruhe (Illustration) - World History Encyclopedia

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    After the death of the last Count of Hanau, Philippsruhe Palace passed into the possession of the Landgraves and later Electors of Hesse-Kassel in 1736 on the basis of inheritance contracts, who expanded and converted the complex. One influential owner was elector-prince Wilhelm II.

  5. Magdalene of Waldeck-Wildungen - Wikipedia

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    Juliane (Dillenburg Castle, 3 September 1587 – Eschwege, 15 February 1643), married at Dillenburg Castle on 21 May 1603 Jul. (Beilager) and in Kassel on 4 June 1603 Jul. (Heimführung) to Landgrave Maurice of Hesse-Kassel (Kassel, 25 May 1572 – Eschwege, 15 March 1632).

  6. Philipp, titular Landgrave 1940–80, head of entire House 1968 on extinction of Hesse-Darmstadt line (1896–1980) Moritz, titular Landgrave and Head of House 1980–2013 (1926–2013) Heinrich Donatus titular Landgrave and Head of House 2013–present (born 1966) Moritz, Hereditary Prince of Hesse (born 2007) Prince August of Hesse (born 2012)

  7. Ludwig III der Friedfertige von Hessen (Lothringen-Brabant ...

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    He succeeded in 1489 as WILHELM III "der Jüngere" Landgraf von Hessen in Oberhessen, Katzenelnbogen und Dietz. married (Frankfurt-am-Main 16 Oct 1498) as her first husband, ELISABETH Pfalzgräfin, daughter of PHILIPP Elector Palatine & his wife Margareta von Bayern (Heidelberg 16 Nov 1483-Baden-Baden 24 Jun 1522, bur Baden-Baden Stiftskirche).

  8. Maria von Hohenstaufen (1201 - 1235) - Genealogy

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    Marie of Hohenstaufen, Duchess of Brabant (3 April 1201 – 29 March 1235) was a member of the powerful Hohenstaufen dynasty. She is also known as Maria of Swabia. She was the third daughter of Philip of Swabia and Irene Angelina of Byzantium. Her husband was Henry II, Duke of Brabant.

  9. 13 January 2023, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Salem: Donatus Landgrave ...

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    13 January 2023, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Salem: Donatus Landgrave of Hesse with his wife Floria, née Countess von Faber-Castell, Prince Albert II of Monaco and King Philippe of Belgium leave the minster...

  10. Landgrave Donatus of Hesse with his wife, Landgravine Floria, representing King Charles III, at the second funeral of Margrave Maximilian of Baden in Salem. The Margrave is close to the British Royal Family especially The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth II. 13 Jan 2023 16:44:56

  11. Index: L | British History Online

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    Pages 609-611. Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 3, 1560-1561.Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1865.