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  1. hace 2 días · Frederick II ( German: Friedrich II.; 24 January 1712 – 17 August 1786) was King in Prussia from 1740 until 1772, and King of Prussia from 1772 until his death.

  2. 02/06/2022 · La familia real en Trooping the Colour en 1985. Hace 37 años, el pequeño príncipe William lució un traje de marinero en azul. En ese entonces tenía dos años y acudía al evento en compañía ...

    • Monica Tirado
  3. 06/06/2022 · Las desconocidas amantes de Felipe de Edimburgo: de Daphne du Maurier con la que estuvo 40 años a la actriz Cobina Wright Durante años se le asignaron al Duque de Edimburgo infinidad de amantes ...

  4. 16/06/2022 · Frederick Louis Maytag II, son of the founder of the Maytag appliance manufacturing company, established the dairy in 1941. The Maytags collaborated with Iowa State University to create a uniquely...

  5. 02/06/2022 · Photos of Louis Frederick Slimmer Jr. - Find a Grave Memorial Married Gertrude E Gettemy on April 12, 1952 in Millville, NJ. Gertrude was the daughter of Lawrence Gettemy and Irene Stauffer. Father of Louis Frederick Slimmer, III; Cheryl Slimmer and Cynthia Slimmer. Skip to main content Home Memorials Cemeteries Famous Contribute Register Sign In

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  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Louis_XVLouis XV - Wikipedia

    19/06/2022 · Louis XV Portrait by Louis-Michel van Loo, c. 1760 King of France (more...) Reign 1 September 1715 – 10 May 1774 Coronation 25 October 1722 Reims Cathedral Predecessor Louis XIV Successor Louis XVI Chief Ministers See list Philippe II d’Orléans (1715–1723) Guillaume Dubois (1715-1723) Louis Henri I, Prince of Condé (1723-1726) André-Hercule de Fleury (1726-1743) Born (1710-02-15) 15 ...

  7. 16/06/2022 · The Baroque composer and violinist is known for his chamber sonatas and concerti grossi, and has gone down in history for refusing to play a section of Handel’s oratorio, The Triumph Of Time And Truth, because a violin note went higher than Corelli believed appropriate for the instrument. Frederick the Great (1712-1786)