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  1. Ludwig III (Ludwig Luitpold Josef Maria Aloys Alfried; 7 January 1845 – 18 October 1921) was the last King of Bavaria, reigning from 1913 to 1918. Initially, he served in the Bavarian military as a lieutenant and went on to hold the rank of Oberleutnant during the Austro-Prussian War.

  2. Luis III de Baviera (nacido Luis Leopoldo José María Eloisio Alfredo; Múnich, 7 de enero de 1845- Sárvár, 18 de octubre de 1921) fue el último rey de Baviera ente 1913 y 1918. Fue regente durante el reinado de su predecesor, el rey Otón I, entre los años 1912 y 1913.

  3. Ludwig III (Ludwig Luitpold Josef Maria Aloys Alfried; 7 de enero de 1845 - 18 de octubre de 1921) fue el último rey de Baviera y reinó de 1913 a 1918. Inicialmente, sirvió en el ejército bávaro como un teniente y pasó a ocupar el rango de Oberleutnant durante la Guerra Austro-Prusiana.

  4. Ludwig Leopold Joseph Maria Aloys Alfred, König von Bayern als Ludwig III. (* 7. Januar 1845 in München; † 18. Oktober 1921 auf Schloss Nádasdy in Sárvár, Ungarn ), war ab 1912 Prinzregent und von 1913 bis 1918 der letzte König von Bayern.

  5. The Kings of Bavaria maintained their titles, and maintained separate diplomatic and military corps. When the German Empire was abolished in November 1918 after the end of World War I, the last king of Bavaria, Ludwig III, was deposed.

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    Title
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    Elector of the Palatinate King of ...
    1799
    1825
    King of Bavaria
    1825
    1848
    King of Bavaria
    1848
    1864
    King of Bavaria
    1864
    1886
  6. www.uni-wuppertal.de › en › transferThe last Bavarian King

    Ludwig III now fell back on older territorial claims that had been proven to be historical. His maximum demand, to obtain direct Bavarian access to the sea by gaining parts of Belgium up to Antwerp, was more tactically motivated.

  7. Louis III (born Jan. 7, 1845, Munich [Germany]—died Oct. 18, 1921, Sárvár, Hung.) was the last king of Bavaria, from 1913 to 1918, when the revolution of November 7–8 brought the rule of the Wittelsbach dynasty to an end.