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  1. 7 de feb. de 2024 · Adolf Frederick I, co-Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1592–1621), -Güstrow (1610–1621), Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1621–1628, 1631–1658) Albrecht von Wallenstein , military leader (1628–1631)

  2. 7 de feb. de 2024 · Adolf (born July 24, 1817, Biebrich, Nassau [Germany]—died Nov. 17, 1905, Hohenberg, Württemberg, Ger.) was the duke of Nassau from 1839 to 1867, who, as grand duke of Luxembourg from 1890 to 1905, was the first ruler of that autonomous duchy.

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  3. Hace 2 días · The progenitor of the House of Habsburg may have been Guntram the Rich, a count in the Breisgau who lived in the 10th century, and forthwith farther back as the medieval Adalrich, Duke of Alsace, from the Etichonids from which Habsburg derives. His grandson Radbot of Klettgau founded the Habsburg Castle.

  4. 7 de feb. de 2024 · Adolf (born c. 1250—died July 2, 1298, Göllheim, near Worms [Germany]) was a German king from May 5, 1292, to June 23, 1298, when he was deposed in favour of his Habsburg opponent, Albert I.

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  5. 3 de feb. de 2024 · Gustav IV Adolf (born November 1, 1778, Stockholm, Sweden—died February 7, 1837, Sankt Gallen, Switzerland) Swedish king whose intemperate foreign policy led to his overthrow in a coup d’état (1809) and the loss of the eastern part of Sweden and Finland.

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