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  1. Fredericksburg, Virginia - Wikipedia › wiki › Fredericksburg,_Virginia

    hace 6 días · Named for Frederick, Prince of Wales, son of King George II, the colonial town named its streets after the members of the royal family. The county court was moved to Fredericksburg in 1732. Hence, the community served as county seat until 1780.

  2. List of knights and ladies of the Garter - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_knights_and_ladies

    hace 3 días · George Augustus Frederick, Prince of Wales: 1762–1830 1765 Later George IV, King of the United Kingdom 585 Charles William Ferdinand, Hereditary Prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel: 1735–1806 1765 Later Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel 586 George Keppel, 3rd Earl of Albemarle: 1724–1772 1765 587 Prince Henry: 1745–1790 1767

  3. Wilhelm II, German Emperor - Wikipedia › wiki › Wilhelm_II,_German_Emperor

    hace 4 días · German Emperor Wilhelm II Portrait by T. H. Voigt, 1902 German Emperor King of Prussia Reign 15 June 1888 – 9 November 1918 Predecessor Frederick III Successor Monarchy abolished Chancellors See list Otto von Bismarck Leo von Caprivi Chlodwig zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst Bernhard von Bülow Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg Georg Michaelis Georg von Hertling Maximilian von Baden Born (1859-01 ...

  4. Former German nobility in the Nazi Party - Wikipedia › wiki › Former_German_nobility_in

    hace 6 días · Prince Bernhard was the third son of Prince Frederick Johann and Countess Adelaide. Bernhard and his first wife were declared guilty of a Nazi conspiracy against Austria in 1933; he was sentenced to six weeks in prison.

  5. Albert, Prince Consort - Wikipedia › wiki › Albert,_Prince_Consort

    hace 3 días · By November, Victoria and Albert had returned to Windsor, and the Prince of Wales had returned to Cambridge, where he was a student. Two of Albert's young cousins, brothers King Pedro V of Portugal and Prince Ferdinand , died of typhoid fever within five days of each other in early November. [103]

  6. Charles Ricketts & Charles Shannon

    21/07/2021 · The first book was Robert Tailfer's True and Correct Tables of Time of 1736 in a binding with the arms of Frederick, Prince of Wales, father of George III. This lot, number 241, was sold to Michelmore for £60.

  7. Robert Walpole - Wikipedia › wiki › Premiership_of_Sir_Robert

    hace 3 días · He dominated the Walpole–Townshend ministry, as well as the subsequent Walpole ministry, and holds the record as the longest-serving British prime minister in history.

  8. Norway - Wikipedia › wiki › Norway

    hace 2 días · Norway took this opportunity to declare independence, adopted a constitution based on American and French models, and elected the Crown Prince of Denmark and Norway, Christian Frederick, as king on 17 May 1814. This is the famous Syttende mai (Seventeenth of May) holiday celebrated by Norwegians and Norwegian-Americans alike.

  9. Harold A. Skaarup web pages › kite-balloons-over-canadian

    25/07/2021 · Air mechanics are hauling on ropes to keep the basket on the ground. Near Ypres, France, 5 October 1917. (IWM Photo, Q12026) The basket of a kite balloon, showing the observer's parachute attached to it, and the parachute harness attached to the officer. Photograph taken on 2 May 1918, Gosnay, France.

  10. Owner of Famed French Riviera Luxury Hotel Dies at 95 › ai-article › owner-of-famed

    26/07/2021 · PARIS - Jeanne Augier, the millionaire owner of a luxury French Riviera hotel appreciated by celebrities and royalty, has died. She was 95.The Hotel Negresco in Nice

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