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  1. Grand Duchess Vera with her husband, Duke Eugen of Württemberg. 1874. King Karl and Queen Olga legally adopted Grand Duchess Vera in 1871. They arranged her marriage to a member of the Silesian branch of their family, Duke Eugen of Württemberg (born 20 August 1846 – 27 January 1877), as in this way she would not have to leave the country after her marriage.

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  3. Later, her children Philip and Margaret preferred to utilize the images of the undisputed dukes (which were shown in public spaces) instead of those of the disputed duchess to consolidate their rule, but that does not mean they displayed emotional disavowal towards her, as shown by the famous diptych commissioned by Margaret to commemorate her mother and created by Jan Mostaert in 1520.

  4. Le livre numérique (en anglais : ebook ou e-book), aussi connu sous les noms de livre électronique et de livrel, est un livre édité et diffusé en version numérique, disponible sous la forme de fichiers, qui peuvent être téléchargés et stockés pour être lus sur un écran [1], [2] (ordinateur personnel, téléphone portable, liseuse, tablette tactile), sur une plage braille, un ...

  5. Johann X. von Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf (1606–1655) ⚭ Julia Felicitas von Württemberg-Weiltingen (1619–1661), Tochter von Herzog Julius Friedrich (Württemberg-Weiltingen) (1588–1635) Christine Auguste Sabine (1642–1650) Julius Adolf Friedrich (1643–1644) Johann Julius Friedrich (1646–1647) Johann August (1647–1686)

  6. Anna Sabine of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg (7 March 1593 – 18 July 1659), married on 1 January 1618 to Julius Frederick, Duke of Württemberg-Weiltingen. Johann Georg of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg (9 February 1594 – 25 January 1613) Joachim Ernest, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Plön (29 August 1595 – 5 October 1671)

  7. Baden-Württemberg: formed by combining the names of the former states of Baden and of Württemberg. Baden: after the city of Baden-Baden, formerly Baden, the name became reduplicated to distinguish it from the state (as in "Baden in Baden"). The name means "baths", after the springs in the city.