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  2. Sophie, Princess of Prussia - Wikipedia

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    Sophie, Princess of Prussia (born Princess Sophie Johanna Maria of Isenburg; 7 March 1978) is the wife of Georg Friedrich, Prince of Prussia, head of the formerly-ruling House of Hohenzollern Contents

  3. Lyft wants a free ride from California’s richest | Financial ...

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    The writer is a partner at Sequoia Capital. If you operate a 10-year-old business that has raised $8bn but is losing money, has warned investors that it may not have sufficient means to service ...

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  5. Prince Frederick of Prussia (1911–1966) - Wikipedia

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    Prince Frederick George William Christopher of Prussia (German: Friedrich Georg Wilhelm Christoph Prinz von Preußen; 19 December 1911 – 20 April 1966), also known as Friedrich von Preussen in the United Kingdom, was the fourth son of Crown Prince Wilhelm of Germany and Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin

  6. Catherine the Great - Wikipedia

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    Prussia (through the agency of Prince Henry), Russia (under Catherine), and Austria (under Maria Theresa) began preparing the ground for the partitions of Poland. In the first partition, 1772, the three powers split 52,000 km 2 (20,000 sq mi) among them. Russia got territories east of the line connecting, more or less, Riga–Polotsk–Mogilev.

  7. Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel-Bevern - Wikipedia

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    Duchess Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel-Bevern (8 November 1715 – 13 January 1797) was Queen of Prussia (Queen in Prussia until 1772) and Electress of Brandenburg as the wife of Frederick the Great. She was the longest-serving Prussian queen, with a tenure of more than 46 years.

  8. List of monarchs of Prussia - Wikipedia

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    Anna Sophia of Prussia 1527–1591: Eleanor of Prussia 1583–1607: Joachim Frederick of Brandenbrug regent 1546-1605-1608: Catherine of Brandenburg-Küstrim 1549–1602: Louis VI, Elector Palatine 1539–1583: William I of the Netherlands 1533–1584: Elisabeth of Nassau-Dillenburg 1542–1603: Sabine of Württemberg 1549–1581: John VI of ...

  9. Ernest Augustus, Elector of Hanover - Wikipedia

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    When the Osnabruck throne became vacant in 1662, the family appointed Ernest Augustus Prince-Bishop. Ernest Augustus and Sophia moved to Iburg Castle, together with their two living sons and Sophia's niece Princess Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate (future sister-in-law of Louis XIV of France). In 1667 they began to build a more up-to-date ...

  10. Princess Augusta Sophia of the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

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    Princess Augusta Sophia was born at Buckingham House, London, the sixth child and second daughter of George III (1738–1820) and his wife Queen Charlotte.Her father so much wanted the new baby to be a girl that the doctor presiding over the labour thought fit to protest that "whoever sees those lovely Princes above stairs must be glad to have another."

  11. Frederick II - Prussia, Religion & Facts - Biography

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    Frederick was born into the House of Hohenzollern on January 24, 1712, to Frederick William I of Prussia and Princess Sophia-Dorothea — the sister of George II of Great Britain. The couple ...