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  1. Hace 20 horas · Anna of Austria, Queen of Spain (1580) Margaret of Austria (1611), Queen of Spain and Portugal Maria Anna of Spain (1646), youngest daughter of King Philip III of Spain and Margaret of Austria, who also died in childbirth Maria Leopoldine of Austria (1649), Holy Roman Empress and Queen of Hungary and Bohemia

  2. 08/05/2022 · Zita of Bourbon-Parma ( Zita Maria delle Grazie Adelgonda Micaela Raffaela Gabriella Giuseppina Antonia Luisa Agnese; 9 May 1892 – 14 March 1989) was the wife of Charles, the last monarch of Austria-Hungary. As such, she was the last Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary, in addition to other titles. She is venerated in the Catholic Church ...

    • Parents and Ancestry
    • Early Life and Exile
    • Teenage Years
    • Career During The First English Civil War
    • Second English Civil War and Interregnum
    • Career Following The Restoration
    • Later Life
    • Death and Family
    • Legacy
    • in Fiction

    Rupert's father was Frederick V of the Palatinate, of the Palatinate-Simmern branch of the House of Wittelsbach. As Elector Palatine, Frederick was one of the most important princes of the Holy Roman Empire. He was also head of the Protestant Union, a coalition of Protestant German states. The Palatinate was a wealthy state, and Frederick lived in ...

    Rupert was born in Prague, Bohemia, in 1619, and was declared a prince by the principality of Lusatia. His father had just been elected king by the largely Protestant estates of Bohemia. This was perceived as an act of rebellion by the Catholic House of Habsburg, who had been kings of Bohemia since 1526, and initiated the Thirty Years' War. Frederi...

    Rupert spent the beginning of his teenage years in England between the courts of The Hague and his uncle King Charles I, before being captured and imprisoned in Linz during the middle stages of the Thirty Years' War. Rupert had become a soldier early; at the age of 14 he attended the Dutch pas d'armes with the Protestant Frederick Henry, Prince of ...

    Rupert is probably best remembered today for his role as a Royalist commander during the English Civil War. He had considerable success during the initial years of the war, his drive, determination and experience of European techniques bringing him early victories. As the war progressed, Rupert's youth and lack of maturity in managing his relations...

    After the end of the First English Civil War Rupert was employed by the young King Louis XIV of France to fight the Spanish during the final years of the Thirty Years' War. Rupert's military employment was complicated by his promises to the Holy Roman Emperor that had led to his release from captivity in 1642, and his ongoing commitment to the Engl...

    Following the Restoration of the monarchy under Charles II in 1660, Rupert returned to England, where Charles had already largely completed the process of balancing the different factions across the country in a new administration. Since most of the better government posts were already taken, Rupert's employment was limited, although Charles reward...

    After the end of his seagoing naval career Rupert continued to be actively involved in both government and science, although he was increasingly removed from current politics. To the younger members of the court the prince appeared increasingly distant—almost from a different era. The Count de Gramont described Rupert as "brave and courageous even ...

    Rupert died at his house at Spring Gardens, Westminster, on 29 November 1682 after a bout of pleurisy, and was buried in the crypt of Westminster Abbey on 6 December in a state funeral. Rupert left most of his estate, worth some £12,000, equally to Hughes and Ruperta. Hughes had an "uncomfortable widowhood" without Rupert's support, allegedly not h...

    According to Ian Gentles: 1. Charles I's nephew. Prince Rupert of the Rhine, was a famed warrior who won hardly any battles on land or sea. Beloved by his men for his death-defying courage and his high sense of military honour, he was nonetheless a bad tempered and arrogant leader. His defects of character became more accentuated with age. Yet he r...

    Prince Rupert is the protagonist of Poul Anderson's alternative history/fantasy book A Midsummer Tempest, where the Prince, with the help of various Shakespeareancharacters who are actual persons i...
    Prince Rupert is the key character in the King Crimson song Lizard from their 1970 album of the same name. The 23-minute suite includes several sections, one named Prince Rupert Awakes and another...
    Prince Rupert appears in The Oak Apple and The Black Pearl, volumes 4 and 5 of The Morland Dynasty, a series of historical novels by author Cynthia Harrod-Eagles. He is assisted during the Civil Wa...
    Prince Rupert and his sister Elisabeth are minor characters in Eric Flint's 1632 series books Grantville Gazette IV and Grantville Gazette VI
  3. 11/05/2022 · Countess Helene Marina Elisabeth of Törring-Jettenbach (20 May 1937), who married Archduke Ferdinand Karl Max of Austria and had issue, including Archduchess Sophie of Austria Elizabeth died of cancer on 11 January 1955 in Munich. She was 50 years old. Honours Dame Grand Cross of the Order of Saints Olga and Sophia. Ancestry

    • Carl Theodor, Count of Törring-Jettenbach, ​ ​(m. 1934)​
    • Glücksburg
  4. 21/05/2022 · El doctor Nicolás González Perrotta, pediatra infectólogo, habló de lo que se sabe hasta ahora de la peligrosa hepatitis infantil que afectó a niños en siete países de América Latina.

  5. 21/05/2022 · PRESIDENTE FRANCO. Autoridades municipales, educadores y padres de familia analizaron la problem tica de la violencia en las escuelas y plantearon acciones de prevenci n.