10/06/2022 · The full line of succession is the following: 1. Charles, The Prince of Wales. 2. Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge. 3. Prince George of Cambridge. 4. Princess Charlotte of Cambridge.
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hace 3 días · George II (George Augustus; German: Georg August; 30 October / 9 November 1683 O.S./N.S. – 25 October 1760) was King of Great Britain and Ireland, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg ( Hanover) and a prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire from 11 June 1727 ( O.S.) until his death in 1760. Born and brought up in northern Germany, George is the most ...
13/06/2022 · Grandnephew of King Charles II of Spain. 1st head of the Spanish Branch of the Order from the King's death as his successor. Charles, Duke of Berry: 1686: 1714 Philip I, Duke of Orléans: 1640: 1701 Paul de Beauvilliers, 2nd duc de Saint-Aignan: 1648: 1714 Philippe II, Duke of Orléans: 1674: 1723: Regent of France Charles Albert of Bavaria: 1697: 1745
28/06/2022 · Brunswick: 1918: Ernst August, Duke of Brunswick: Part of the Republic of Germany: Bulgaria: 1946: Simeon II, King (Tsar) of Bulgaria: Republic: Croatia: 1943: Tomislav II, King of Croatia (Prince Aimone, 4th Duke of Aosta) Part of the Republic of Yugoslavia: Finland: 1918: Fredrik Kaarle, King of Finland, Prince and Landgrave of Hesse. He ...
hace 4 días · The marriage of Princess Caroline of Brunswick to George IV proved anything but a love match, as reported by David Soud in "Kings & Queens of Great Britain: Every Question Answered." After meeting for the first time, George — then the Prince of Wales — demanded brandy, so repulsed was he by Caroline's lack of personal hygiene and coarse manners, according to Royal Central .
03/07/2022 · These trees are not only some of the finest specimens of their kind in the west of London, but are objects of historic interest, having been planted nearly two hundred years ago by Queen Catharine, widow of Charles II., who resided here for some years in the summer season; her town residence, during the reign of James II., as we have already stated, was at Somerset House.
27/06/2022 · The Brunswick Monument in Geneva is a mausoleum built in 1879 to honor Charles II, Duke of Brunswick. It is located in Jardin des Alpes in Geneva and is made of white marble. The mausoleum has three storeys, each with different reliefs and statues.