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  1. 04/12/2019 · King George VI was born Albert Frederick Arthur George Saxe-Coburg-Gotha on December 14, 1895, in Norfolk, England.

  2. George VI, né Albert Frederick Arthur George le 14 décembre 1895 à Sandringham et mort le 6 février 1952 en ce même lieu, second fils du roi George V, fut roi du Royaume-Uni et des autres dominions du Commonwealth britannique du 11 décembre 1936 jusqu'à sa mort.

  3. George Grey Barnard - American Sculptor George N. Barnard - American Photographer Rev. William Henry Barnard - British Painter Ernie Barnes - African-American Painter Will Barnet - American Painter Matthew Barney - American Tina Barney - American Photographer Wilhelmina Barns-Graham - British Painter J.M. Barnsley - Canadian Painter Federico ...

  4. 12/08/2022 · George VI, also called (1920–36) Prince Albert, duke of York, in full Albert Frederick Arthur George, (born December 14, 1895, Sandringham, Norfolk, England—died February 6, 1952, Sandringham), king of the United Kingdom from 1936 to 1952. The second son of the future king George V, the prince served in the Royal Navy (1913–17), the Royal Naval Air Service (1917–19), and the Royal Air ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › FrederickFrederick - Wikipedia

    Frederick I of Prussia (1657–1713), Elector of Brandenburg; Frederick II of Prussia (1712–1786), King of Prussia, Frederick the Great; Frederick III, German Emperor (Frederick III of Prussia, 1831–1888), German emperor and King of Prussia; Frederick William I of Prussia (1688–1740), King of Prussia

  6. Georg V. (englisch: George V., gebürtig HRH Prince George Frederick Ernest Albert of Wales; * 3. Juni 1865 in Marlborough House , City of Westminster , London ; † 20. Januar 1936 in Sandringham House , Norfolk ) aus dem Haus Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha war vom 6.

  7. George Albert Godley (31 October 1857 – 20 July 1941) was a police officer of the Metropolitan Police who was involved in the hunt for Jack the Ripper in 1888. [1] Born at East Grinstead in Sussex in 1857, the third eldest of 11 children born to George Godley (1829–1900), a sawyer, and Elizabeth (née Howard, born 1830), [2] like his father, George Albert Godley initially worked as a sawyer .