Ludwig III, Count of Württemberg This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in German. (September 2010) Click for important translation instructions. Ludwig III (1166–1241) was Count of Württemberg. He was probably married to a daughter of count Adalbert III von Dillenburg, whose name is unknown.
Ludwig III returned to Bavaria. His consort Maria Theresia died 3 February 1919 at Wildenwart Castle/ Chiemgau . In February 1919, Eisner was assassinated; fearing that he might be the victim of a counter-assassination, Ludwig fled to Hungary , later moving on to Liechtenstein and Switzerland .
14/11/2016 · In September 1921, Ludwig took a trip to his Castle Nádasdy in Sárvár, Hungary. On October 18, 1921, King Ludwig III, the last king of Bavaria and last ruler of the House of Wittelsbach died. His body was brought back to Munich on November 5, 1921 and, despite fears of a movement to restore the monarchy, a state funeral was held with an ...
Ludwig III. (Wittelsbach) König von Bayern. The eldest son of Prince Luitpold of Bavaria, Ludwig briefly served in 1912 as Prince Regent in place of his insane cousin Otto, upon the death of his father Luitpold. With assent of Bavarian Parliament, Ludwig then deposed Otto by constitutional amendment and proclamation.
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‘ Ludwig III, Koenig von Bayern’ (‘Ludwig III, King of Bavaria’) Bronze relief of the Last King of Bavaria, who reigned until 1918. Created in 1914. Displayed at the ‘Erste Frühjahrs Ausstellung 1915’, Neuer Münchener Secession.
25/11/2015 · La escala de Ludwig reduce los VII grados de la escala masculina a III en el caso de las mujeres: Grado I. La zona central del cabello deja ver el cuero cabelludo a distancias cortas. Es una imagen que sorprende, pues ese espacio blanquecino no estaba ahí antes, pero un peinado distinto puede disimularlo fácilmente. Grado II.