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  1. Der Titel Duke of Connaught and Strathearn ging, da sein einziger Sohn bereits 1938 verstorben war, nach seinem Tode auf dessen Sohn Alastair über. Dieser starb bereits ein Jahr später, am 26. April 1943. Da er kinderlos war, erlosch der Titel Duke of Connaught and Strathearn. Titel und Auszeichnungen

  2. Sophie Friederike Auguste von Anhalt Zerbst,Dornburg, birth name of Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia; Sophie Amalie of Brunswick Lüneburg, Queen consort of Frederick III of Denmark and Norway; Sophie of Württemberg (born Sophia Frederika Mathilde) Queen consort of William III of the Netherlands

  3. Carl Eduard, Prince 1918–1954 (1884–1954), stripped of British title as 2nd Duke of Albany 1919 Johann Leopold, Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1906–1972), surrendered rights 1932 Hubertus (1909–1943)

  4. The Sack of Magdeburg, also called Magdeburg's Wedding (German: Magdeburger Hochzeit) or Magdeburg's Sacrifice (Magdeburgs Opfergang), was the destruction of the Protestant city of Magdeburg on 20 May 1631 by the Imperial Army and the forces of the Catholic League, resulting in the deaths of around 20,000, including both defenders and non-combatants.

  5. The Study of Prince Karl of Prussia, by Eduard Gaertner. Marie died in January 1877, only five months before what would have been the golden jubilee of their wedding. Although they had married for family and dynastic reasons, their marriage had been happy and harmonious, and they had been deeply attached to each other.

  6. Franz Ferdinand and the Duke of Portland went game shooting on the Welbeck estate when, according to Portland's memoirs, Men, Women and Things: One of the loaders fell down. This caused both barrels of the gun he was carrying to be discharged, the shot passing within a few feet of the archduke and myself.

  7. The North German Confederation (German: Norddeutscher Bund) was initially a German military alliance established in August 1866 under the leadership of the Kingdom of Prussia, which was transformed in the subsequent year into a confederated state (a de facto federal state) that existed from July 1867 to December 1870.