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  1. Charles I, Duke of Münsterberg-Oels (also: Charles I of Podebrady, Czech: Karel z Minstrberka, German: Karl I. von Münsterberg; 2 or 4 May 1476, in Kladsko – 31 May 1536, in Frankenstein) was a member of the House of Poděbrady. He was Duke of Münsterberg and Duke of Oels as well as Count of Kladsko.

  2. Charles I, Duke of Münsterberg-Oels was a member of the House of Poděbrady. He was Duke of Münsterberg and Duke of Oels as well as Count of Kladsko. From 1519 to 1523 he held the office of the bailiff of Upper Lusatia, in 1523 he was made Obersthauptmann of Bohemia and in 1524 Landeshauptmann of Silesia.

  3. Carlos I, duque de Münsterberg-Oels (también: Carlos I de Podebrady, checo: Karel z Minstrberka, alemán: Karl I. von Münsterberg; 2 o 4 de mayo de 1476, en Kladsko – 31 de mayo de 1536, en Frankenstein) fue miembro de la Casa de Poděbrady.

  4. Although Duke Charles I of Münsterberg and Oels has been vastly overlooked or even negatively judged by Czech historiography, he was one of the crucial and most distinct political figures of the Bohemian state at the threshold of the modern era. This Silesian duke not only occupied fore positions in the Bohemian Estatesʼ society

  5. Carlos I, duque de Münsterberg-Oels (también: Carlos I de Podebrady, checo: Karel z Minstrberka, alemán: Karl I. von Münsterberg; 2 o 4 de mayo de 1476, en Kladsko – 31 de mayo de 1536, en Frankenstein) fue miembro de la Casa de Poděbrady. Fue duque de Münsterberg y duque de Oels, así como conde de Kladsko.

  6. Karl Friedrich I of Münsterberg-Oels (also: Karl Friedrich I of Poděbrady; German: Karl Friedrich I. von Oels und Münsterberg or Karl Friedrich I. von Podiebrad; Czech: Karel Bedřich z Minstrberka; 18 October 1593, Oleśnica – 31 May 1647, Oleśnica) was Duke of Oels from 1617 to 1647 and Duke of Bernstadt from 1639 to 1647.

  7. Charles II of Münsterberg-Oels (also: Charles II of Poděbrady; Czech: Karel II. z Minsterberka; 15 April 1545 – 28 January 1617) was Duke of Oels from 1565 to 1617 and Duke of Bernstadt from 1604 to 1617. He also held the titles of Duke of Münsterberg [a] and Count of Glatz.