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  1. Charles had a number of sexual relationships with male courtiers, including his Master of the Horse, Prince Schwarzenberg, and a hunter's boy. The love of his life was Michael Joseph, Count Althann, a groom of the bedchamber, whom he called "my only heart, my comfort...my soul mate", [13] and with whom he slept regularly.

  2. Felix Ludwig Johann Friedrich, Prince of Schwarzenberg (German: Felix Ludwig Johann Friedrich Prinz zu Schwarzenberg; Czech: Felix Ludvík Jan Bedřich princ ze Schwarzenbergu; 2 October 1800 – 5 April 1852) was a Bohemian nobleman and an Austrian statesman who restored the Austrian Empire as a European great power following the Revolutions of 1848.

  3. gazeteci osman nevres, hukuk-u beşer gazetesinde izmir'in işgaline karşı yazılar yazmıştır. 15 mayıs 1919'da izmir'in işgali başladığında askerlerin en önünde yürüyen bayraktarı vurmuş, kaçmaya çalışırken şehit düşmüştür. öldürüldükten sonra cenazesinin tekmelendiği, çiğnendiği, süngülendiği de bilinir. buna rağmen öfkesi dinmeyen yunan askerleri, o ...

  4. History Origin. The family stems from the Lords of Seinsheim, who had established themselves in Franconia during the Middle Ages. A branch of the Seinsheim family (the non-Schwarzenberg portion died out in 1958) was created when Erkinger of Seinsheim acquired the Franconian territory of Schwarzenberg and the castle of Schwarzenberg in Scheinfeld during the early part of the 15th century.

  5. Napoleon studied Russian geography and the history of Charles XII's invasion of 1708–1709 and understood the need to bring forward as many supplies as possible. The French Army already had previous experience of operating in the lightly populated and underdeveloped conditions of Poland and East Prussia during the War of the Fourth Coalition in 1806–1807.

  6. Charles XIV John (Swedish: Karl XIV Johan; born Jean Bernadotte; 26 January 1763 – 8 March 1844) was King of Sweden and Norway from 1818 until his death ...

  7. Charles est le fils cadet de Léopold I er (1640-1705), Empereur élu du Saint-Empire, et de sa troisième épouse, Éléonore du Palatinat-Neubourg (1655-1720). Son père est le fils de Ferdinand III (1608-1657), Empereur élu du Saint-Empire, et de Marie-Anne d'Autriche (1606-1646), infante d'Espagne.