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  1. He was born in Arolsen the son of Hereditary Prince Josias of Waldeck and Pyrmont and his wife, Duchess Altburg of Oldenburg (1903–2001). Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler were his godfathers. [2] Wittekind, who has served in the German Armed Forces and held the rank Lieutenant Colonel , succeeded as head of the House of Waldeck and Pyrmont on the death of his father on 30 November 1967. [2]

  2. Waldeck was a county within the Holy Roman Empire from 1180. The ruling counts were a branch of the Counts of Schwalenberg (at Schwalenberg Castle). Waldeck Castle, overlooking the Eder river and first mentioned in 1120, was inherited by count Widekind I of Schwalenberg and his son Volkwin, from the counts of Itter and the counts of Ziegenhain, when they married wives of these families.

  3. Josias zu Waldeck und Pyrmont in der Datenbank der Reichstagsabgeordneten; Buchenwald-Hauptprozess (United States of America vs Josias Prince zu Waldeck et al. – Case 000-50-9) Originaldokument in englischer Sprache (PDF) (33,04 MB) Eintrag zu Josias zu Waldeck und Pyrmont in der Rheinland-Pfälzischen Personendatenbank

  4. Le duc et la duchesse de Cambridge en visite officielle en Norvège, la princesse Mako reporte son mariage à 2020, naissance de la princesse Nafisa bint Hamzah, quatrième fille du prince Hamzah (demi-frère du roi de Jordanie), la reine Mathilde au Ghana, Harry et Meghan à Edimbourg, décès du prince Henrik de Danemark, Guillaume et Stéphanie de Luxembourg au Festival du Film de Berlin ...

  5. Die Reichstagswahl 1871 war die Wahl der Abgeordneten zum 1. Deutschen Reichstag am 3. März 1871. Wahlberechtigt waren 7,65 Millionen männliche Reichsbürger ab dem 25.

  6. August 11, 1968 – Birth of Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau, widow of Prince Friso of Orange-Nassau, born Mabel Martine Wisse Smit in Pijnacker, the Netherlands Mabel is the widow of Prince Friso, son of the former Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, who was critically injured in a skiing accident after being buried by an avalanche in 2012.

  7. Albert de Saxe-Cobourg-Gotha (Franz August Karl Albert Emanuel von Sachsen Coburg und Gotha), né le 26 août 1819 au château de Rosenau près de Cobourg et mort le 14 décembre 1861 au château de Windsor, est le mari de la reine Victoria. Il est fait prince consort par son épouse, en 1857.