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  1. Hace 4 días · At René's death in 1544, he left all his lands to his cousin William of Nassau-Dillenburg, including the sovereign principality of Orange. This "William I of Orange", in English better known as William the Silent , became the founder of the House of Orange-Nassau and the leader of the Dutch Revolt that lead to the formation of the ...

  2. 8 de jul. de 2024 · After 58 years on the throne as the Queen, Wilhelmina decided to abdicate in favour of her daughter, Juliana. Juliana had the reputation of making the monarchy less "aloof", and under her reign the Monarchy became known as the "cycling monarchy".

  3. 6 de jul. de 2024 · William I was the first of the hereditary stadtholders (1572–84) of the United Provinces of the Netherlands and leader of the revolt of the Netherlands against Spanish rule and the Catholic religion. William, the eldest son of William, count of Nassau-Dillenburg, grew up in a cultivated Lutheran.

  4. 16 de jun. de 2024 · In zijn testament liet René zijn bezittingen en de titel prins van Oranje, na aan Willem, de oudste zoon van de broer van zijn vader, Wilhelm I van Nassau-Dillenburg. Sindsdien is het lot van de Nassaus (Oranjes) onlosmakelijk met de Nederlanden en het latere Koninkrijk der Nederlanden verbonden.

  5. 7 de jul. de 2024 · Amalia of Solms-Braunfels (31 August 1602 – 8 September 1675) was Princess of Orange by marriage to Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange. She acted as the political adviser of her spouse during his reign, and acted as his de facto deputy and regent during his infirmity from 1640 to 1647.

  6. Hace 6 días · William Louis was the count of Nassau, stadtholder of Friesland, Groningen, and Drenthe, who with his cousin, Maurice of Nassau, prince of Orange, formulated the military strategy of the United Provinces of the Netherlands, or Dutch Republic (now the Netherlands), against Spain from 1588 to 1609.

  7. www.nettyroyal.nl › tag › nassauNassau – NettyRoyal

    16 de jun. de 2024 · The first Nassaus in the Netherlands. The new Dutch TV series and accompanying book “Het verhaal van Nederland: Oranje Nassau. A new history of the Netherlands and the royal house” by Dorine Hermans and Marchien den Hertog, do mention how the Nassaus eventually ended up in the Netherlands.