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  1. At the time of his death, Gustaf Adolf had been second in line to the Swedish throne behind his father, the crown prince, who in 1950 became King Gustaf VI Adolf. The younger Gustaf Adolf was succeeded as second in line by his only son, Carl Gustaf (at the time only 9 months old), who would later succeed his grandfather in 1973 as King Carl XVI Gustaf.

  2. Charles X Gustav, also Carl Gustav (Swedish: Karl X Gustav; 8 November 1622 – 13 February 1660), was King of Sweden from 1654 until his death. He was the son of John Casimir, Count Palatine of Zweibrücken-Kleeburg and Catherine of Sweden. After his father's death he also succeeded him as Pfalzgraf.

  3. Karl X Gustav, född 8 november 1622 på Nyköpingshus, död 13 februari 1660 i Göteborg, var kung av Sverige från 1654 till sin död sex år senare. Hans korta tid som svensk kung präglades av krig, och han tillbringade större delen av sin regeringstid som ledare av den svenska armén i Polen , Tyskland och Danmark .

  4. El intento de Cristián IV de conquistar Jönköping fracasó, y su ejército hubo de batirse en retirada. En este escenario se firmó la paz de Knäred , el 28 de enero de 1613. Poco después de finalizar la guerra contra Dinamarca, el conflicto en Rusia también alcanzó su capítulo final, con la firma de la paz de Stolbova el 27 de febrero de 1617.

  5. Through his mother, Victoria, he was a descendant of Gustav IV Adolf of the House of Holstein-Gottorp (Swedish line). In addition to this, he was also a great grandson of Kaiser Wilhelm I of Germany and had a connection to the House of Hohenzollern (his grandmother being the Kaiser’s only daughter). Crown Prince (1907–1950)

  6. A deadly fire in Ürümqi escalates ongoing protests across China (vigil pictured) in response to the government's zero-COVID policy.; Anwar Ibrahim of the Pakatan Harapan coalition becomes Prime Minister of Malaysia after the general election produces the nation's first hung parliament.

  7. Gustav, also spelled Gustaf (/ ˈ ɡ ʊ s t ɑː v /, Swedish: [ˈɡɵ̂sːtav]), is a male given name of likely Old Swedish origin, used mainly in Scandinavian countries, German-speaking countries, and the Low Countries, possibly meaning "staff of the Geats or Goths or gods", possibly derived from the Old Norse elements Gautr ("Geats"), Gutar / Gotar ("Goths") or goð ōs ("gods"), and stafr ...