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  1. Pedro III (Kiel, 21 de febrero de 1728-Ropsha, 18 de julio de 1762) fue el zar de Rusia del 5 de enero al 9 de julio de 1762. [1] Fue nieto de Pedro el Grande e hijo de Carlos Federico de Holstein-Gottorp y Ana Petrovna Románova y el primer representante de la rama Oldenburgo en la Dinastía Románov.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › FrederickFrederick - Wikipedia

    Federico II Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua; Naples. Frederick of Naples (1452–1504), King of Naples; Nuremberg. Frederick III, Burgrave of Nuremberg (c.1220–1297) Frederick IV, Burgrave of Nuremberg (1287–1332) Frederick V, Burgrave of Nuremberg (died 1398) Palatinate. Frederick IV, Elector Palatine (1574–1610), German aristocrat

  3. Pietro nacque a Kiel, nel ducato di Holstein-Gottorp, figlio del duca Carlo Federico di Holstein-Gottorp (1700-1739), nipote di Carlo XII di Svezia, e della gran principessa Anna Petrovna Romanova di Russia (1708-1728), figlia dello zar Pietro il Grande di Russia e della sua seconda moglie, Caterina I di Russia.

  4. Giovanna di Holstein-Gottorp: Cristiano Augusto di Holstein-Gottorp Albertina Federica di Baden-Durlach Ekaterina Pavlovna Romanova Carlo I Alessandro di Württemberg: Federico Carlo di Württemberg-Winnental Eleonora Giuliana di Brandeburgo-Ansbach Federico II Eugenio di Württemberg Maria Augusta di Thurn und Taxis: Anselmo Francesco di Thurn ...

  5. El rey Jorge III fue sucedido por el primero de sus hijos Jorge IV, y luego por otro hijo, Guillermo IV. Guillermo IV, quien tampoco dejó hijos legítimos tras su muerte, le dejó el trono a su sobrina, Victoria, la última monarca de la Casa de Hannover. Títulos. 4 de junio de 1738 – 31 de marzo de 1751: Su Alteza Real Príncipe Jorge

  6. The sudden death of Empress Elizabeth of Russia in January 1762 led to the succession of the Prussophile Peter III, her German nephew, who was also the Duke of Holstein-Gottorp. This led to the collapse of the anti-Prussian coalition; Peter immediately promised to end the Russian occupation of East Prussia and Pomerania, returning them to Frederick.

  7. downloads.cs.stanford.edu › nlp › dataStanford University

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