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In mid-2019, it was revealed that Prince Georg Friedrich, Prince of Prussia, Head of the House of Hohenzollern had filed claims for permanent right of residency for his family in Cecilienhof, or one of two other Hohenzollern palaces in Potsdam, as well as return of the family library, 266 paintings, an imperial crown and sceptre, and the letters of Empress Augusta Victoria.
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- Burgraves of Nuremberg 1105-1440
- Margraves of Brandenburg-Ansbach
- Margraves of Brandenburg-Kulmbach
- Margraves and Electors of Brandenburg
- Dukes of Brandenburg-Jägerndorf 1523-1622
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The Duchy of Brandenburg-Jägerndorf was purchased in 1523. 1. George I/I the Pious 1541-1543(also Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach) 2. George Frederick I/I/I/I 1543-1603(also Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach, Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach and Regent of Prussia) 3. Joachim I/I/III 1603-1606(also Regent of Prussia and Elector of Brandenburg) 4. Joha...
The short-lived Margraviate of Brandenburg-Küstrin was set up, against the Hohenzollern house laws on succession, as a secundogenitur fief of the House of Hohenzollern, a typical German institution. 1. Johan the Wise 1535-1571 (son of Joachim I Nestor) He died without issue. The Margraviate of Brandenburg-Küstrin was absorbed in 1571 into the Margr...
From 1688 onwards the Margraves of Brandenburg-Schwedt were a side branch of the House of Hohenzollern. Though recognised as a branch of the main dynasty the Margraviate of Brandenburg-Schwedt never constituted a principality with allodial rights of its own. 1. Philip William (Philip Wilhelm) 1688-1711(son of Frederick William, Elector of Brandenbu...
In 1525 the Duchy of Prussia was established as a fief of the King of Poland. 1. Albert I(Albrecht I) 1525-1568 2. Albert II Frederick(Albrecht II Friedrich) co-inheritor 1568-1618(son of Albert I) 3. Joachim I/II Hector co-inheritor 1568-1571(also Elector of Brandenburg) 4. George Frederick I/I/I/I 1578-1603(Regent also Margrave of Brandenburg-Ans...
In 1701 the title of King in Prussia was granted, without the Duchy of Prussia being elevated to a Kingdom within the Holy Roman Empire. From 1701 onwards the titles of Duke of Prussia and Elector of Brandenburg were always attached to the title of King in Prussia. 1. Frederick I/II/IV 1701-1713(also Duke of Prussia and Elector of Brandenburg) 2. F...
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One of the most prominent ruling houses in the history of Europe, the Hohenzollern Dynasty played a major role in the history of Germany from the late Middle Ages until the end of World War I. It takes its name from a castle in Swabia first mentioned as Zolorin or Zolre (the modern Hohenzollern, south of Tübingen, in the Land Baden-Württemberg).
The cadet Franconian branch of the House of Hohenzollern was founded by Conrad I, Burgrave of Nuremberg (1186-1261).
Beginning in the 16th century, this branch of the family became Protestant and decided on expansion through marriage and the purchase of surrounding lands.
The family supported the Hohenstaufen and Habsburg rulers of the Holy Roman Empire during the 12th to 15th centuries, and they were rewarded with several territorial grants.
In the first phase, the family gradually added to the
Some important castles and palaces of the Prussian Hohenzollern were: The Royal Palace in Berlin Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin Stadtschloss, Potsdam New Palace (Potsdam) Sanssouci in Potsdam Marmorpalais, Potsdam Babelsberg Palace, Potsdam Oranienburg Palace Rheinsberg Palace Wrocław Palace, Silesia Oels Castle, Silesia Stolzenfels Castle on the Rhine
Combined coat of arms of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (1849).
The senior Swabian branch of the House of Hohenzollern was founded by Frederick II, Burgrave of Nuremberg.
The Principality of Romania was established in 1862, after the Ottoman vassal states of Wallachia and Moldavia had been united in 1859 under Alexandru Ioan Cuza as Prince of Romania in a personal union.
King Michael in 1947
He was deposed in 1866 by the Romanian parliament which then invited a German prince of the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen family, Charles, to become Prince of Romania under the name Prince Carol.
Kings of Germany family tree. The Hohenzollerns were the 15th dynasty to rule Germany and were related by marriage to all the others.
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Genealogy of the Hohenzollern
Hohenzollern dynasty, dynasty prominent in European history, chiefly as the ruling house of Brandenburg-Prussia (1415–1918) and of imperial Germany (1871–1918). It takes its name from a castle in Swabia first mentioned as Zolorin or Zolre (the modern Hohenzollern, south of Tübingen, in the Land Baden-Württemberg).
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18 de dic. de 2019 · Maria Teresa was a member of the House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and became a member of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen and titular Princess of Hohenzollern through her marriage to Prince Wilhelm of Hohenzollern (later Prince of Hohenzollern). She was called Mädi in the family and had a lifelong ...more
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