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  1. Ludwig III (1845-1921) was the King of Bavaria from 1913 until November 13th 1918, two days after the armistice that ended the war. A scion of the Wittelsbach dynasty, Ludwig was born in Munich, given a liberal education and saw military service in the Austro-Prussian War. Throughout his life, Ludwig showed great interested in economic ...

  2. 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 and Hartmann were both known as 'Count of Württemberg' in documents of King Otto IV in his Rhineland, Swabian and Franconian palaces at the same time, so it seems they co-managed the county, with one staying at home and the other ...

  3. Ludwig III (1845-1921) was the last king of Bavaria in southern Germany. He fled his kingdom in November 1918 during the German Revolution. Ludwig Wittelsbach was born in Munich, the son of the Bavarian prince regent. Since he was not an heir to the Bavarian throne, Ludwig enlisted in the Austrian military at age 16.

  4. Ludwig III was born in Darmstadt, Grand Duchy of Hesse and by Rhine, now in Hesse, Germany on June 9, 1806, the eldest son of Ludwig II, Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine and Princess Wilhelmine of Baden. He had four siblings: Prince Karl (1809-1877) – married Princess Elisabeth of Prussia, had issue. Princess Elisabeth (1821-1826) – died in ...

  5. Ludwig III. (Bayern) LLudwig III. Wittelsbach von Bayern, King of Bavaria, was born 7 January 1845 in Munich to Luitpold von Bayern (1821-1912) and Auguste Ferdinande von Österreich (1825-1864) and died 18 October 1921 Sárvár of unspecified causes. He married Marie Therese von Österreich-Este (1849-1919) 20 February 1868 in Vienna.

  6. Luis III del Palatinado. 23 de enero de 1378 jul. Luis III, conde palatino del Rin apodado el Barbudo 1 (en alemán, Ludwig III. der Ältere o der Bärtige) (23 de enero de 1378 - Heidelberg, 30 de diciembre de 1436) fue un Elector Palatino del Rin de la casa de Wittelsbach entre 1410-1436.

  7. 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.