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  1. Christoph, Prince of Schleswig-Holstein (legal name in German: Christoph Prinz zu Schleswig-Holstein; born 22 August 1949), has been the head of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (commonly known as the House of Glücksburg) and, by agnatic primogeniture, of the entire House of Oldenburg since 1980.

    • Peter, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein
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  2. El Príncipe Cristóbal de Schleswig-Holstein ha sido el jefe de la Casa de Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg y, por agnática primogenitura, de toda la Casa de Oldenburgo desde 1980. Es el corriente titular del Ducado de Schleswig-Holstein y Duque de Glücksburg, tradicionalmente estilado como Su Alteza. Es un descendiente por línea masculina de Cristián III de Dinamarca, y también es descendiente de numerosos monarcas más recientes, incluida la reina Victoria, el ...

  3. Christoph, Prince of Schleswig-Holstein[1] , has been the head of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg and, by agnatic primogeniture, of the entire House of Oldenburg since 1980.[2][3] He is the current titular eighth Duke of Schleswig-Holstein and Duke of Glücksburg, traditionally styled as His Highness.[3]

  4. 1 de ene. de 2023 · Christoph, Prince of Schleswig-Holstein [1] (legal name in Ger­man: Christoph Prinz zu Schleswig-Holstein; born 22 Au­gust 1949), has been the head of the House of Schleswig-Hol­stein-Son­der­burg-Glücks­burg (com­monly known as the House of Glücks­burg) and, by ag­natic pri­mo­gen­i­ture, of the en­tire House of Old­en­burg since 1980.

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    The family takes its ducal name from Glücksburg, a small coastal town in Schleswig, on the southern, German side of the fjord of Flensburg that divides Germany from Denmark. In 1460, Glücksburg came, as part of the conjoined Dano-German duchies of Schleswig and Holstein, to Count Christian of Oldenburg whom, in 1448, the Danes had elected their kin...

    The Dukes of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg constitute the senior male line of the branch. They hold the headship by primogeniture of the cadet house of Glücksburg. The headship by agnatic primogeniture of the entire House of Oldenburg is held by Christoph, Prince of Schleswig-Holstein. The heir apparentis Friedrich Ferdinand, Hereditary ...

    In 1853, Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg became heir to the Kingdom of Denmark, and in 1863, he ascended the throne. He was the fourth son of Friedrich Wilhelm, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, whose elder brother (and male-line descendants) retained the Glücksburg dukedom. The Danish royal family call ...

    In 1863 and with the name George I, Prince Wilhelm of Denmark was elected King of the Hellenes on the recommendation of Europe's Great Powers. He was a younger son of King Christian IX of Denmark. The Hellenic constitutional monarchy was usurped in a coup d'état by a military junta in 1967 and the royal family fled into exile. The monarchy was abol...

    In 1905, Prince Carl of Denmark became Norway's first independent monarch in 518 years, taking the regnal name Haakon VII. His father was King Frederick VIII of Denmark, and one of his uncles was King George I of Greece. The heir apparent is Crown Prince Haakon of Norway (born 1973). See the present line of succession.

    In 1918, Iceland was elevated from an autonomous Danish province to a separate Kingdom of Iceland. Christian X of Denmark was henceforth King of Denmark and Iceland until 1944, when Iceland dissolved the personal unionbetween the two countries. The heir apparent was his son, Frederick IX of Denmark(1899–1972).