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  1. Karl, Prince of Leiningen, KG (Karl Friedrich Wilhelm Emich; 12 September 1804 – 13 November 1856) was the third Prince of Leiningen and maternal half-brother of Queen Victoria. Leiningen served as a Bavarian lieutenant general, before he briefly played an important role in German politics as the first Prime Minister of the Provisorische Zentralgewalt government formed by the Frankfurt ...

  2. Accession of Prince Karl Emich. On 31 March 2014, under the new name of the Imperial Throne, the micronation issued a manifesto announcing itself a sovereign nation and declaring that Prince Karl Emich of Leiningen (born 1952) had become its head with the title of Nicholas III, Emperor of All Russia, as a successor to Nicholas II.

  3. The nation views Prince Karl Emich of Leiningen as the legitimate heir to the Romanov dynasty, being a descendant of Czar Alexander II. Prince Karl Emich has accepted this role and, following his conversion to Russian Orthodoxy, was rechristened as Nicholas III. He currently acts as the head of state for the virtual nation of the Romanov Dynasty.

  4. Friedrich Wilhelm von Hohenzollern (1924–2010) ⚭ Margarita zu Leiningen (1932–1996), Tochter von Fürst Friedrich Karl Eduard Erwin VI. zu Leiningen (1898–1946) Karl Friedrich von Hohenzollern (* 1952) ⚭ (I) Alexandra Schenk von Stauffenberg (* 1960), Tochter von Clemens Anton von Stauffenberg; ⚭ (II) Katharina de Zomer (* 1959)

  5. La reine Victoria et le prince Albert ont eu 9 enfants, 43 petits-enfants, 110 arrière-petits-enfants, 237 arrière-arrière-petits-enfants, 479 arrière-arrière-arrière-petits-enfants, plus de 820 arrière-arrière-arrière-arrière-petits-enfants, etc. En 1997 et 2011, deux décomptes ont dénombré respectivement 816 et 1087 descendants du couple royal, vivants ou décédés [1], [2 ...

  6. le grand duché de Varsovie, créé par Napoléon I er et confié au prince électeur Frédéric-Auguste I er de Saxe. Le prétendant à ce trône est le même que celui du trône de Saxe. le royaume héréditaire de Pologne, créé par le congrès de Vienne et confié au tsar de Russie.