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  1. Four years later (24 August 1300) Albert's eldest surviving son, Frederick, married Elisabeth of Lobdeburg-Arnshaugk, daughter of his stepmother; this caused the final reconciliation between father and son. Five years later (27 June 1305) Apitz of Tenneberg died, aged thirty-five. The death of his favorite son was a terrible blow to Albert.

  2. Albert the Magnanimous KG, elected King of the Romans as Albert II (10 August 1397 – 27 October 1439) was king of the Holy Roman Empire and a member of the House of Habsburg. By inheritance he became Albert V, Duke of Austria. Through his wife he also became King of Hungary, Croatia, Bohemia, and inherited a claim to the Duchy of Luxembourg.

  3. 16/08/2022 · George VI, also called (1920–36) Prince Albert, duke of York, in full Albert Frederick Arthur George, (born December 14, 1895, Sandringham, Norfolk, England—died February 6, 1952, Sandringham), king of the United Kingdom from 1936 to 1952. The second son of the future king George V, the prince served in the Royal Navy (1913–17), the Royal Naval Air Service (1917–19), and the Royal Air ...

  4. Albert Einstein (født 14. marts 1879, død 18. april 1955) var en tysk teoretisk fysiker med en omfattende og banebrydende videnskabelig produktion. I dag huskes han især som grundlæggeren af den specielle og den almene relativitetsteori og for sit pacifistiske engagement i politiske og sociale forhold.

  5. 11/08/2021 · Hours after the renowned physicist’s death in 1955, Dr. Thomas Harvey stole Albert Einstein’s brain, much of which is now on display at Philadelphia’s Mütter Museum. It was long believed that Einstein’s brain would appear physically different from the average brain, but subsequent studies yielded controversial results.

  6. The Theology of Albert Schweitzer for Christian Inquirers. New York, Macmillan, 1951. Picht, Werner, Albert Schweitzer: The Man and His Work. London, Allen & Unwin 1964. Also published under the title The Life and Thought of Albert Schweitzer. New York, Harper & Row, 1964. Schweitzer, Albert, Christianity and the Religions of the World.