As a prince of the Royal House of Württemberg since 1830, August was one of the lords in the Württembergische Landstände, but never took part in their meetings. He was represented by other members of the chamber, the last one being Andreas Renner. Marriage and issue. August married morganatically to Marie Bethge on 14 November 1868.
- Helene von Wardenberg
- 24 January 1813, Stuttgart, Kingdom of Württemberg
- Marie Bethge
- 12 January 1885 (aged 71), Ban de Teuffer, Zehdenick, Province of Brandenburg, Kingdom of Prussia
Prince August of Württemberg Born (1813-01-24)24 January 1813 Stuttgart, Kingdom of Württemberg Died 12 January 1885(1885-01-12)(aged 71) Ban de Teuffer, Zehdenick, Province of Brandenburg, Kingdom of Prussia Spouse Marie Bethge Issue Helene von Wardenberg Names German: Friedrich August Eberhard House House of Württemberg Father
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Prince August of Württemberg is the 11,458th most popular politician, the 3,335th most popular biography from Germany and the 993rd most popular German Politician. Memorability Metrics 41k Page Views (PV) 50.47 Historical Popularity Index (HPI) 16 Languages Editions (L) 6.31 Effective Languages (L*) 1.63 Coefficient of Variation (CV)
Duke Ferdinand Frederick Augustus of Württemberg (22 October 1763 – 20 January 1834) was a Habsburg Austrian general during the French Revolutionary Wars and Napoleonic Wars. Early life [ edit ] He was born into the House of Württemberg as the fifth son of Frederick II Eugene, Duke of Württemberg and his wife, Princess ...
- 22 October 1763, Treptow an der Rega, modern day Poland
- Habsburg Austria, Austrian Empire
- 20 January 1834 (aged 70), Wiesbaden, Germany
Prussian Field Marshall Prince August was the son of Prince Paul von Württemberg, the brother of King Wilhelm I, and Princess Charlotte von Sachsen-Altenburg. He began his military service at the age of 16 and had attained the rank of Rittmeister in the Kingdom of Württemberg's army by 1831, soon thereafter transferring to the Prussian Army.
"Friedrich August Eberhard, Prince of Württemberg (German: Friedrich August Eberhard Prinz von Württemberg; 24 January 1813, in Stuttgart, Kingdom of Württemberg 12 January 1885, in Ban de Teuffer, Zehdenick, Province of Brandenburg, Kingdom of Prussia) was a royal Prussian Colonel General of the Cavalry with the rank of Generalfeldmarschall ...