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  1. Hace 4 días · Georg Friedrich, Prince of Prussia, the current head of the royal Prussian House of Hohenzollern, was married to Princess Sophie of Isenburg on 27 August 2011. On 20 January 2013, she gave birth to twin sons, Carl Friedrich Franz Alexander and Louis Ferdinand Christian Albrecht, in Bremen .

    • Before 1061
  2. Hace 3 días · Frederick was the son of then-Crown Prince Frederick William of Prussia and his wife, Sophia Dorothea of Hanover. [1] He was born sometime between 11 and 12 p.m. on 24 January 1712 in the Berlin Palace and was baptised with the single name Friedrich by Benjamin Ursinus von Bär on 31 January. [2]

  3. 22 de nov. de 2023 · Prince Friedrich Karl Kraft: Hohenlohe: Born 16 March 1892. Prince Friedrich Karl KRAFT, born in Dresden (d. 2 September 1965). Died with his wife Florence Nina Chischina (1898–1965), in Rome, of wounds received in a car wreck. NSDAP – 3508258: Joined: 1 January 1936: Prince Rudolph of Hohenlohe: Hohenlohe: Born 1 December 1903 ...

  4. 25 de nov. de 2012 · Friedrich I, King in Prussia reigned January 18, 1701 – February 25, 1713 Unofficial Royalty: Friedrich I, King in Prussia Friedrich I was born July 11, 1657, in Königsberg. His parents were Friedrich Wilhelm, Elector of Brandenburg, and Louise Henriette of Orange-Nassau.

  5. Hace 2 días · Moltke had indeed massed three armies in the area—the Prussian First Army with 50,000 men, commanded by General Karl von Steinmetz opposite Saarlouis, the Prussian Second Army with 134,000 men commanded by Prince Friedrich Karl opposite the line Forbach-Spicheren, and the Prussian Third Army with 120,000 men commanded by Crown ...

    • 19 July 1870 – 28 January 1871, (6 months, 1 week and 2 days)
    • German Annexation of Alsace-Lorraine
    • France and the Rhine Province, Prussia
    • German victory
  6. 10 de nov. de 2023 · Between his two sons, Conrad and Frederick, the first dynastic division of lasting consequence took place: that between the line later known as Franconian (burgraves of Nürnberg, later electors of Brandenburg, kings in Prussia, kings of Prussia, German emperors) and the Swabian line (counts of Zollern, of Hohenzollern, of Zollern ...