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  1. The formal name of the house was the House of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Hanover line. The senior line of Brunswick-Lüneburg, which ruled Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel , became extinct in 1884. The House of Hanover is now the only surviving branch of the House of Welf , which is the senior branch of the House of Este .

  2. As a result, the Prussian army occupied Hanover and the Hanoverian army surrendered on 29 June 1866 following the Battle of Langensalza, the King and royal family having fled to Austria. The Prussian government formally annexed Hanover on 20 September 1866, despite the King of Prussia, William I , being a first cousin of King George V of Hanover; their mothers were sisters.

  3. Jorge II (en inglés, George Augustus, y en alemán, Georg August; Hannover, 30 de octubre jul. / 9 de noviembre de 1683 greg.-Londres, 25 de octubre de 1760) fue rey de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda, duque de Brunswick-Luneburgo y uno de los príncipes electores del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico desde 1727 hasta su fallecimiento en 1760.

  4. House of Hanover: Ducal House of Saxe-Lauenburg 1814–1864 Vacant. Title next held by. House of Hohenzollern This page was last edited on 29 September ...

  5. There are seven English Heritage blue plaques in Primrose Hill commemorating the historic personalities that have lived there. The plaques mark the residences of poet Sir Hugh Clough, historian and broadcaster A. J. P. Taylor and painter William Roberts at 11, 13, and 14 St Mark's Crescent respectively; revolutionary socialist and philosopher Friedrich Engels at 122 (and later 41) Regent's ...