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  1. Holstein-Gottorp, también conocido como el Holstein Ducal, fue entregado a una rama de la Casa de Oldemburgo, a la cual pertenecían los reyes de Dinamarca. El Duque de Holstein-Gottorp se convirtió en 1762 en emperador de Rusia , bajo el nombre de Pedro III , y planeó un ataque contra Dinamarca para recuperar las tierras perdidas de Holstein-Gottorp en Schleswig.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › AdolfAdolf - Wikipedia

    Adolf (also spelt Adolph or Adolphe, Adolfo and when Latinised Adolphus) is a given name used in German-speaking countries, Scandinavia, the Netherlands and Flanders, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Latin America and to a lesser extent in various Central European and East European countries with non-Germanic languages, such as Lithuanian Adolfas and Latvian Ādolfs.

  3. (2) Cristina di Holstein-Gottorp: Cattedrale di Strängnäs, Strängnäs: Figlio di Gustavo I e zio di Sigismondo Carlo IX: 22 marzo 1604 30 ottobre 1611 Gustavo II Adolfo: Tre Kronor, Stoccolma 9 dicembre 1594: 30 ottobre 1611 6 novembre 1632 Lützen, Elettorato di Sassonia 6 novembre 1632: Maria Eleonora di Brandeburgo: Chiesa di Riddarholmen ...

  4. Christian August of Holstein-Gottorp, Prince of Eutin: 4. Adolf Frederick of Sweden: 9. Albertina Frederica of Baden-Durlach: 2. Gustav III of Sweden: 10. Frederick William I of Prussia: 5. Louisa Ulrika of Prussia: 11. Sophia Dorothea of Hanover: 1. Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden: 12. Christian VI of Denmark: 6. Frederick V of Denmark: 13. Sophia ...

  5. nl.wikipedia.org › wiki › AdolfAdolf - Wikipedia

    In de Zuiderse landen wordt Adolfo gebruikt. Sinds de Tweede Wereldoorlog is de naam Adolf zeer impopulair, omdat Adolf Hitler zo heette. De in Duitsland gangbare verkleinversie is Adi, en soms ook Dolf. Wanneer een Nederlander Dolf heet is dit meestal afgeleid van Rudolf. In Nederland begon de terugval van de naam Adolf pas echt vanaf de jaren 60.

  6. downloads.cs.stanford.edu › nlp › dataStanford University

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