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  2. Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse - Wikipedia,_Landgrave_of_Hesse

    Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse (13 November 1504 – 31 March 1567), nicknamed der Großmütige (lit. ' the Magnanimous ' ), was a German nobleman and champion of the Protestant Reformation , notable for being one of the most important of the early Protestant rulers in Germany .

  3. Former German nobility in the Nazi Party - Wikipedia

    [1] Following Kaiser Wilhelm II's abdication and the German Revolution, all German nobility as a legally defined class was abolished. On promulgation of the Weimar Constitution on 11 September 1919, all such Germans were declared equal before the law. [2]

  4. Philipp (Hesse) Landgrave of Hesse. (1896 - 1980) Born 6 Nov 1896 in Schloß Rumpenheim, Offenbach, Grand Duchy of Hesse German Empire. Husband of Mafalda Maria Elisabetta Anna Romana (di Savoia) Landgravine of Hesse — married 23 Sep 1925 (to 27 Aug 1944) in Racconigi, Racconigi, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy. 05:53: Albert Taylor edited the ...

  5. Martin Luther - Wikipedia

    Martin Luther OSA ( / ˈluːθər /; [1] German: [ˈmaʁtiːn ˈlʊtɐ] i; 10 November 1483 [2] – 18 February 1546) was a German priest, theologian, author, hymnwriter, professor, and Augustinian friar. [3] He was the seminal figure of the Protestant Reformation, and his theological beliefs form the basis of Lutheranism .

  6. Category : Philipp, Landgrave of Hesse - Wikimedia

    Philipp von Hessen (1896-1980) portrait.jpg 350 × 496; 41 KB. Philipp von Hessen 1896-1980 Prinz Landgraf (Prince and Landgrave of Hesse) NSDAP Politiker Sturmabteilung SA-Oberfuehrer (Nazi party uniform Senior leader) National Archives NARA (Misc Photos 1919-1934) Unrestricted No known copyright.jpg 3,500 × 4,652; 6.69 MB.

  7. Hesse - Wikipedia

    Classified as a gallery grave or a Hessian-Westphalian stone cist ( hessisch-westfälische Steinkiste ), it is one of the most important megalithic monuments in Central Europe. Dating to c. 3000 BC, it belongs to the Late Neolithic Wartberg culture .

  8. Henry VIII: May 1545, 11-15 | British History Online

    His prince, Philip Landgrave of Hesse, has given him leave to raise 20 standards of German foot and 1,000 horse for foreign service; and, moved by Henry's acknowledged preeminence in kingly virtues, he service to him. Begs to know his pleasure within fourteen days, and also whether he wishes more or fewer men than the above.

  9. Henry VIII: March 1537, 26-31 | British History Online

    Subscribed with the names of John Frederic duke of Saxony and Philip Landgrave of Hesse, in behalf of the Cities of Germany professing the pure Gospel. Lat., pp. 2. Ib. f. 306. 2. Translation of the preceding without the date. In Vaughan's hand, pp. 3. 27 March. R. O. 746. JOHN MADOWELL, Chaplain of the Bp. of Salisbury, to CROMWELL.

  10. Henry VIII: December 1545, 16-20 | British History Online

    992. Philip Landgrave of Hesse to Henry VIII. R. O. Was indignant that Frederic a Reiffenberg and his fellow soldiers did not deal uprightly with Henry; but not having been concerned with their counsels, has made his excuses to Henry's ambassadors who lately met him, as he trusts that they will have ere this reported.