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  1. The original Duchy of Saxony comprised the lands of the Saxons in the north-western part of present-day Germany, namely, the contemporary German state of Lower Saxony as well as Westphalia and Western Saxony-Anhalt, not corresponding to the modern German state of Saxony.

  2. Without consulting his son, King George of Saxony officially declared the civil divorce of the Crown Princely couple on 11 February 1903 by a special court, which he had set up on 31 December 1902. One year later, on 15 October 1904, the Saxon monarch died after forcing his son, the new King Frederick Augustus III, to bar her from returning to the Dresden court.

  3. Kurfürst Johann Georg I. von Sachsen (* 5.März 1585 in Dresden; † 8. Oktober 1656 ebenda) war ein Fürst aus dem Hause Wettin (albertinische Linie). Seit dem 23. Juni 1611 war er Kurfürst von Sachsen und Erzmarschall des Heiligen Römischen Reic

  4. 19/12/2021 · Magdalena Schaffranek told Uwe Mader to tell no one, ... Görlitz’s “New Synagogue,” which dates to 1911, is the only one in the state of Saxony to survive Kristallnacht.