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  1. 1728-1756 Christian Louis II, his brother; 1756-1785 Frederick II, his son; 1785-1815 Frederick Francis I, his nephew, became Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin as a result of the Congress of Vienna, until 1837; References. This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Mecklenburg".

  2. During the winter visit of 1897, Cecilie's sister, Alexandrine, met her future husband, Crown Prince Christian, later Christian X of Denmark, shortly before the death of their father at the age of 46. After returning to Schwerin, Cecilie spent time with her widowed mother in Denmark.

  3. Under a guardianship government established for the underaged Christian II (r. 1591–1611), Calvinist movements in Saxony were opposed with violence. Calvinist supporters were removed from all offices, and the houses of wealthy Calvinists were stormed and set on fire.

  4. Waldeck was a county within the Holy Roman Empire from 1180. The ruling counts were a branch of the Counts of Schwalenberg (at Schwalenberg Castle). Waldeck Castle (Waldeck), overlooking the Eder river at Waldeck and first mentioned in 1120, was inherited by count Widekind I of Schwalenberg and his son Volkwin, from the counts of Itter and the counts of Ziegenhain, when they married wives of ...

  5. Anhalt-Bernburg. Principality of Anhalt-Bernburg. 1806 - 1867. ... Emperor Shah Jahan II and Emperor Rafi ud-Darajat. 1719 ... Prince-Bishopric of Liège. 1650 - 1794.

  6. He believed that the recognition of the prince and the artificial ethnical formation of the principality would be pledges of security for France. But in 1813 Baden joined the coalition, and since then that nation created of odds and ends ( de bric et de broc ) and always handsomely treated by us, had not ceased to take a leading part in the struggles against our country.

  7. Christian II of Denmark 1481–1559: Maria of Spain 1528–1603: Maximilian II Holy Roman Emperor 1527–76: Anna of Austria 1528–90: Albert V Duke of Bavaria 1528–1579: Christina of Denmark 1522–90: Francis I Duke of Lorraine 1517–45: Philip II of Spain 1527–98: Anna of Austria 1549–80: Charles II