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  1. 21 de ene. de 2023 · Count of Nassau-Weilburg: John Ernst (1664–1719) Count & Prince of Nassau-Weilburg: Charles August (1685–1753) Prince of Nassau-Weilburg: Charles Ernst (1689–1709) Prince of Nassau-Weilburg: Princess Carolina of Orange-Nassau (1743–1787) Charles Christian (1735–1788) Prince of Nassau-Weilburg: Frederick William (1768–1816) Prince of Nassau-Weilburg: William

  2. 21 de ene. de 2023 · Engelbert II of Nassau served Charles the Bold and Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor, who had married Charles's daughter Mary of Burgundy. In 1496, he was appointed stadtholder of Flanders and by 1498 he had been named President of the Grand Conseil. In 1501, Maximilian named him Lieutenant-General of the Seventeen Provinces of the Netherlands.

  3. The Ukrainian military tree in the upcoming rework. With the NEE Junta path being finished, here is a toozer of all its leaders. Including junta successors and the parties if democracy is restored. The delicate balance the Dual Governor has attempted to uphold has fallen apart.

  4. 2 de ene. de 2023 · Karel Christiaan van NASSAU-WEILBURG 1735-1788; Wilhelmina Carolina van ORANJE-NASSAU 1743-1787 Spouses and children. Married 28 January 1797, Bayreuth, Bayern, Deutschland, to Ludwig Louis Friedrich Alexander von WÜRTTEMBERG 1756-1817 with. Maria Dorothea Luise Wilhelmine Karoline von Württemberg von WÜRTTEMBERG 1797-1855; Amalie von WÜRTTEMBERG 1799-1848

    • Youth and Early Career
    • Napoleonic Wars
    • Later Life
    • Assessment of His Achievements

    Charles was born in Florence, Tuscany. His father, then Grand Duke of Tuscany, generously permitted Charles's childless aunt Archduchess Marie Christine of Austria and her husband Albert of Saxe-Teschen to adopt and raise the boy in Vienna. Charles spent his youth in Tuscany, at Vienna and in the Austrian Netherlands, where he began his career of m...

    In 1797 he was sent to arrest the victorious march of General Bonaparte in Italy, and he conducted the retreat of the over-matched Austrians with the highest skill. In the campaign of 1799 he once more opposed Jourdan, whom he defeated in the battles of Ostrach and Stockach, following up his success by invading Switzerland and defeating Masséna in ...

    When Austria joined the ranks of the allies during the War of the Sixth Coalition, Charles was not given a command and the post of commander-in-chief of the allied Grand Army of Bohemia went to the Prince of Schwarzenberg. Charles spent the rest of his life in retirement, except for a short time in 1815 when he was military governor of the Fortress...

    The caution which the archduke preached so earnestly in his strategic works, he displayed in practice only when the situation seemed to demand it, though his education certainly prejudiced him in favor of the defensive at all costs. He was at the same time capable of forming and executing the most daring offensive strategy, and his tactical skill i...

  5. 17 de ene. de 2023 · The Duke of Nassau was a son of Friedrich Wilhelm, Duke of Nassau (1768–1816) and Burgravine Louise Isabelle of Kirchberg. His paternal grandparents were Duke Karl Christian of Nassau-Weilburg (1735–1788) and Carolina of Orange-Nassau. Carolina was a daughter of William IV of Orange and Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange.

  6. 2 de ene. de 2023 · Princess Henriëtte van Nassau-Weilburg, then van Nassau was a daughter of Prince Charles Christian, Duke of Nassau-Weilburg and Carolina of Orange-Nassau, daughter of William IV, Prince of Orange. Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom is her descendant through Francis, Duke of Teck, Henriette's grandson.