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  1. Cristián VII de Dinamarca (Copenhague, 29 de enero de 1749-Rendsburg, 13 de marzo de 1808) fue rey de Dinamarca y de Noruega, desde su ascenso al trono en 1766 hasta su muerte en 1808. Como soberano, era jefe de Estado y poseía los títulos de duque de Schleswig y de Holstein.

  2. Christian VII (29 January 1749 – 13 March 1808) was King of Denmark and Norway and Duke of Schleswig and Holstein from 1766 until his death in 1808. His motto was " Gloria ex amore patriae " ("Glory through love of the fatherland").

  3. Christian VII (born Jan. 29, 1749, Copenhagen—died March 13, 1808, Rendsburg, Schleswig) was a mentally incompetent king of Denmark and Norway; his reign saw the brief domination of the kingdom by Count Johann Friedrich Struensee.

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  4. Christian VII was the King of Denmark-Norway from 1766, son of Frederik V and Louise of Great Britain. Married in 1766 to Caroline Mathilde of Great Britain and father of Frederik VI. Christian VII was completely unsuitable as an absolute monarch.

  5. Short biography of the personal life of Christian VII of Denmark, the King who let his doctor care for both his country and his Queen.

  6. Christian VII (1749-1808) is wearing admiral's uniform and the ribbon and star of the Order of the Elephant. He was the son of Frederick V and Princess Louisa, the youngest daughter of George II. He succeeded his father as king of Denmark in 1766, a few weeks before his 17th birthday and, in 1767, married Princess Caroline Matilda, sister of ...

  7. Christian VII, 1749–1808, king of Denmark and Norway (1766–1808), son and successor of Frederick V. Shortly after his accession his mental illness made him dependent on his physician, Struensee, who in 1770 caused the dismissal of minister of foreign affairs Johann Hartwig Ernst Bernstorff and in 1771 became an all-powerful minister.