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  1. Federica de Hannover, en el telefilme dedicado a la vida de su hija, titulado Sofía (2010), fue interpretada en la ficción por la actriz Emma Suárez. 8 Títulos, tratamientos y distinciones honoríficas [ editar] Estandarte personal de la reina Federica. Títulos y tratamientos [ editar]

    • Federica Luisa Thyra Victoria Margarita Sofía Olga Cecilia Isabella Crista
    • Isabel de Rumania
  2. Federica de Hannover ( Salem, Baden-Wurtemberg, Alemania, 15 de octubre de 1954) es la hija menor y única mujer de los hijos del príncipe Jorge Guillermo de Hannover y de su esposa, la princesa Sofía de Grecia y Dinamarca, hermana del príncipe Felipe de Grecia y Dinamarca, Duque de Edimburgo .

  3. Federica de Hannover (1848-1926) Federica Sofía María Enriqueta Amelia Teresa de Hannover (en alemán, Friederike Sophie Marie Henriette Amelie Therese von Hannover; Hannover, 9 de enero de 1848 - Biarritz, 16 de octubre de 1926) fue un miembro de la Casa de Hannover.

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    Frederica of Hanover was Queen consort of Greece from 1947 until 1964 as the wife of King Paul, thereafter Queen mother during the reign of her son, King Constantine II.

    Born Her Royal Highness Friederike, Princess of Hanover, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, and Princess of Brunswick-Lüneburg on 18 April 1917 in Blankenburg am Harz, in the German Duchy of Brunswick, she was the only daughter and third child of Ernest Augustus, then reigning Duke of Brunswick, and his wife Princess Viktoria Luise of Prussia, ...

    Prince Paul of Greece proposed to her during the summer of 1936, while he was in Berlin attending the 1936 Summer Olympics. Paul was a son of King Constantine I and Frederica's great aunt Sophia. Accordingly, they were maternal first cousins once removed. They were also paternal second cousins as great-grandchildren of Christian IX of Denmark. Thei...

    At the peak of World War II, in April 1941, the Greek Royal Family was evacuated to Crete in a Sunderland flying boat. Shortly afterwards, the German forces attacked Crete. Frederica and her family were evacuated again, setting up a government-in-exile office in London. In exile, King George II and the rest of the Greek Royal Family settled in Sout...

    On 1 April 1947, George II died and Frederica's husband ascended the throne as Paul I, with Frederica as queen consort. A Communist insurgency in Northern Greece led to the Greek Civil War. The King and Queen toured Northern Greece under tight security to appeal for loyalty in the summer of 1947.

    On 6 March 1964, King Paul died of cancer. When her son, King Constantine II, married Princess Anne-Marie of Denmark later that year on 18 September, Queen Frederica stepped back from the majority of her public duties in favor of her daughter-in-law. She remained a figure of controversy and was accused in the press of being the éminence grise behin...

  4. Federica de Hannover (nacida Friederike Luise Thyra Viktoria Margarete Sophie Olga Cecile Isabelle Christina; en griego: Φρειδερίκη Λουίζα Θυρεσία Βικτώρια Μαργαρίτα Σοφία Όλγα Σεσίλια Ισαβέλλα Χριστίνα; Blankenburg, Alemania, 18 de abril de 1917 - Madrid, España, 6 de febrero de 1981) fue reina de Grecia desde 1947.

  5. Princesa de Hannover; Nacimiento: 18 de abril de 1917 Blankenburg, Ducado de Brunswick, Imperio alemán: Fallecimiento: 6 de febrero de 1981 (63 años) Madrid, España: Sepultura: Cementerio real de Tatoi: Religión: Ortodoxa griega (Antes del matrimonio: Luteranismo) Familia; Casa real: Hannover: Padre: Ernst August de Hannover, duque de ...

  6. Federica Sofía María Enriqueta Amelia Teresa de Hannover (en alemán, Friederike Sophie Marie Henriette Amelie Therese von Hannover; Hannover, 9 de enero de 1848-Biarritz, 16 de octubre de 1926) fue un miembro de la Casa de Hannover. Después de su matrimonio, vivió mayormente en Inglaterra, donde se convirtió en un miembro importante de la ...