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  1. Marie-Adélaïde was born on 14 June 1894 in Berg Castle as the eldest child of Grand Duke William IV and his wife, Marie Anne of Portugal.. Since her father had six daughters and no sons, he proclaimed Marie-Adélaïde as the heir presumptive on 10 July 1907, in order to solve any succession crisis due to the use of Salic law in the monarchy.

  2. Anne-Alexandre-Marie-Sulpice-Joseph de Montmorency-Laval, Duque de Laval, General del Real Ejército francés, Par de Francia en 1814, Senador hereditario de la Cámara de los Pares de Francia. 8. Anne-Louis-Christian de Montmorency-Robecq , Príncipe de Robecq, Conde de Tancarville, Par de Francia en 1827, Senador hereditario de la Cámara de los Pares de Francia.

  3. Charlotte (Charlotte Adelgonde Elisabeth Marie Wilhelmine; 23 January 1896 – 9 July 1985) reigned as Grand Duchess of Luxembourg from 14 January 1919 until her abdication on 12 November 1964. She acceded to the throne on 14 January 1919 following the abdication of her sister, Marie-Adélaïde , due to political pressure over Marie-Adélaïde's role during the German occupation of Luxembourg ...

  4. Claude-Henri de Rouvroy, conde de Saint-Simon, frecuentemente nombrado como Henri de Saint-Simon (París, 17 de octubre de 1760-ibíd., 19 de mayo de 1825), fue un filósofo, economista, teórico socialista y positivista francés, [1] cuyo pensamiento tuvo una influencia sustancial en la política, la economía, la sociología y la filosofía de la ciencia y la historia.

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  6. Jean (Jean Benoît Guillaume Robert Antoine Louis Marie Adolphe Marc d'Aviano; 5 January 1921 – 23 April 2019) was the Grand Duke of Luxembourg from 1964 until his abdication in 2000. He was the first Grand Duke of Luxembourg of French agnatic descent. Jean was the eldest son of Grand Duchess Charlotte and Prince Felix.

  7. Maria Teresa Valburga Amália Cristina da Áustria [1] (em alemão: Maria Theresia Walburga Amalia Christina von Österreich, em húngaro: Habsburg Mária Terézia; Viena, 13 de maio de 1717 — Viena, 29 de novembro de 1780), foi a primeira e única mulher a governar sobre os domínios habsbúrgicos e a última chefe da Casa de Habsburgo (a partir de seu casamento a Casa Real passou a ...