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  1. 14/11/2022 · Haakon VII (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈhôːkʊn]; born Prince Carl of Denmark; 3 August 1872 – 21 September 1957) was the King of Norway from November 1905 until his death in

  2. 21/11/2022 · Having evacuated from Molde during German air attacks on 29 April, King Haakon VII and his government arrived in Tromsø in northern Norway by 1 May. For the remaining weeks of the Norwegian Campaign Tromsø was the de facto capital of Norway, as the headquarters of the King and cabinet. Campaign in northern Norway

  3. hace 5 días · Nansen was successful; shortly after the second referendum Charles was proclaimed king, taking the name Haakon VII. He and his wife, the British princess Maud, were crowned in the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim on 22 June 1906. In April 1906 Nansen was appointed Norway's first Minister in London.

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    hace 2 días · King Magnus VII ruled Norway until 1350, when his son, Haakon, was placed on the throne as Haakon VI. In 1363, Haakon VI married Margaret, the daughter of King Valdemar IV of Denmark. Upon the death of Haakon VI, in 1379, his son, Olaf IV, was only 10 years old. Olaf had already been elected to the throne of Denmark on 3 May 1376.

  5. › wiki › Edward_VIIEdward VII - Wikipedia

    hace 4 días · German Emperor Wilhelm II and Emperor Nicholas II of Russia were his nephews; Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain, Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden, Crown Princess Marie of Romania, Crown Princess Sophia of Greece, and Empress Alexandra of Russia were his nieces; King Haakon VII of Norway was both his nephew and his son-in-law; kings Frederick VIII of Denmark and George I of Greece were his brothers-in-law; kings Albert I of Belgium, Ferdinand of Bulgaria, and Charles I and Manuel II ...

  6. 20/11/2022 · Haakon VII of Norway (1872–1957) Olav V of Norway (1903–1991) (7) Harald V of Norway (b. 1937) (8) Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway (b. 1973) (9) Prince Sverre Magnus of Norway (b. 2005) Prince Harald of Denmark (1876–1949) Count Oluf of Rosenborg (1923–1990) (10) Count Ulrik Harald Gunnar Oluf of Rosenborg (b. 1950)