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  1. Württemberg war ein seit dem Hochmittelalter bestehender Teilstaat des Heiligen Römischen Reichs deutscher Nation, des Rheinbundes, des Deutschen Bundes und des Deutschen Reiches, der 1952 im neu gebildeten Bundesland Baden-Württemberg aufging.

  2. 1752 2 Sep 14 Sep 11 China: China: 1911 12 "11th Month" 1 Jan (1912) N/A Previously used the Chinese calendar. Because of a civil war, the official transition ended in 1929. The Minguo era was replaced by the Anno Domini era in 1949, but is still used in Taiwan. Czech Republic: Bohemia: 1584 6 Jan 17 Jan 10 Czech Republic Moravia: 1584 3 Oct 14 ...

  3. Amigoni también comenzó la serie de grandes cuadros con la historia de José; pero a su muerte en 1752 el encargo fue trasladado a Corrado Giaquinto, quien pintó los lienzos de José interpreta los sueños en la cárcel, El triunfo de José, La copa en el saco de Benjamín y José presenta su familia al Faraón, así como otro ciclo pictórico que no tiene relación con la historia bíblica.

  4. Jeongjo of Joseon (28 October 1752 – 18 August 1800), personal name Yi San (Korean: 이산; Hanja: 李祘), sometimes called Jeongjo the Great (Korean: 정조대왕; Hanja: 正祖大王), was the 22nd monarch of the Joseon dynasty of Korea. After succeeding his grandfather, King Yeongjo, he made various attempts to reform and improve the nation.

  5. In his 1995 paper on the calendar reform, Dr Poole cites the Treasury Board Papers at the National Archives and explains that, after the omission of eleven days in September 1752, the national accounts carried on being drawn up to the same four quarter days as usual but their dates were moved on by eleven days "so that financial transactions should run their full natural term" (and thus Lady ...

  6. Encouraged by the French in India, Bago finally rebelled against Inwa, further weakening the state, which fell in 1752. The downfall of the Toungoo dynasty has been more broadly ascribed to institutional weaknesses in the capital, which intensified factionalism and succession disputes, and the uneven impact of growing trade and potential price inflation, on the elite's income streams.

  7. Regency and indolent rule (1752–1779) His son, William V, was 3 years old when his father died, and a long regency characterised by corruption and misrule began. His mother delegated most of the powers of the regency to Bentinck and her favorite, Duke Louis Ernest of Brunswick-Lüneburg.