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  1. Hesse-Kassel fue uno de los principales Estados alemanes aliados de Suecia durante la Guerra de los Treinta Años. El landgraviato era calvinista, y apoyó de manera importante la causa protestante, brindando ayuda militar al ejército sueco, pese a que su territorio fue ocupado por tropas imperiales durante la guerra.

  2. House of Hesse-Kassel Prince-Electors of Hesse 1804-1815. House of Hesse-Kassel Prince-Electors of Hesse Arms after 1815. Kings of Sweden; Frederick I 1720–1751

  3. The House of Hesse-Kassel Gartered coat of arms of Frederick II, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel The origins of the House of Hesse begin with the marriage of Sophie of Thuringia—daughter of Louis IV, Landgrave of Thuringia, and Elizabeth of Hungary, of the Miracle of the Roses—with Henry II, Duke of Brabant, from the House of Reginar.

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  5. Chlodwig 1905-1954, head of the house of Hesse-Philippsthal since 1925 William (Wilhelm) 1954-present Hesse-Darmstadt 1918–1968 Ernest Louis (Ernst Ludwig) the former Grand Duke, 1918–1937 George Donatus 1937 Louis (Ludwig) 1937–1968 In 1968 the Line of Hesse-Darmstadt became extinct; the last Prince adopted the head of the Hesse-Kassel as his heir

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  7. 17/09/2022 · The House of Hesse is a European dynasty, directly descended from the House of Brabant. They ruled the region of Hesse , one branch as prince-electors until 1866, and another branch as grand dukes until 1918.