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  1. King George, Saskatoon – George VI of United Kingdom; Kirkland, Quebec – Charles-Aimé Kirkland, a Canadian politician; Kirkland Lake, Ontario – Ms. Winnifred Kirkland, secretary at the Ontario Department of Mines: 182 Kitchener, Ontario – Horatio Kitchener: 182 Lethbridge, Alberta – William Lethbridge: 33

  2. Alberto Víctor de Clarence (Albert Victor Christian Edward, 8 de enero de 1864-14 de enero de 1892) fue el hijo mayor de Alberto Eduardo, príncipe de Gales —quien más tarde sería el rey Eduardo VII—, y de Alejandra, princesa de Gales y nieto de la monarca reinante, la reina Victoria del Reino Unido.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › June_24June 24 - Wikipedia

    1821 – Guillermo Rawson, Argentinian physician and politician (d. 1890) 1826 – George Goyder, English-Australian surveyor (d. 1898) 1835 – Johannes Wislicenus, German chemist and academic (d. 1902) 1838 – Jan Matejko, Polish painter (d. 1893) 1839 – Gustavus Franklin Swift, American businessman (d. 1903)

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Gustaf_VGustaf V - Wikipedia

    Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden: 11 November 1882: 15 September 1973: Married 1) Princess Margaret of Connaught (1882–1920), had issue (four sons, one daughter), married 2) Lady Louise Mountbatten (1889–1965), had issue (a stillborn daughter) Prince Wilhelm, Duke of Södermanland: 17 June 1884: 5 June 1965

  5. José II (13 de marzo de 1741 - 20 de febrero de 1790) fue un archiduque austriaco del siglo XVIII y luego emperador del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico de 1765 a 1790, rey de Hungría (1780-1790) y rey de Bohemia (1780-1790).

  6. Rulers Index Ch Chaâbane, Sadok (b. Feb. 23, 1950, Sfax, Tunisia), justice minister of Tunisia (1992-97). He was also minister of higher education (1999-2004).

  7. Malines-Terneuzen Railway. 1,207 survived (148) V: Vergeltungswaffe: Supersonic Rocket Jet Engine Flyer carrying 2,000 lb bomb designed by Wehrner von Braun, later director of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center’s Saturn V. Dr Kenneth Hartman recalls 3,709 VI & V2s dropped on Antwerp. 4,239+ dead, 6,362+ wounded Oct 7, 1944-Mar 30,1945 (125).