House of Württemberg since 1918 abdication. The legal line of succession of the house of Württemberg has continued to the present, although the house no longer plays any political role. For later rulers, see List of Ministers-President of Württemberg. Heads of the House of Württemberg since 1918 King Wilhelm II, 1918-1921.
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- Conrad I, Count of Württemberg
Württemberg [ˈvʏɐtɛmˌbeɐk], formerly known as Wirtemberg, is an area and a former state in southwestern Germany, including parts of the regions Swabia and Franconia. It was originally a Duchy but was raised to a Kingdom in 1806.
The Hohenzollern family were rulers of various territories in and near modern Germany, and later of all Germany.The Royal House of Hohenzollern began ruling the area around Berlin and Brandenburg in modern Germany in 1415.
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Stuttgart (German pronunciation: [ˈʃtʊtɡaɐ̯t]) is the caipital o the state o Baden-Württemberg in soothren Germany.The saxt-lairgest ceety in Germany, Stuttgart haes a population o 600,038 (December 2008) while the metropolitan aurie haes a population o 5.3 million (2008).
Sep 22, 2018 · Is this your ancestor? Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Wilhelm I von Württemberg born 1781 Lüben, Schlesien, Königreich Preußen died 1864 Stuttgart, Königreich Württemberg including ancestors + descendants + 1 photos + mitochondrial DNA + more in the free family tree community.
- September 27, 1781
- June 25, 1864
The coat of arms of Baden-Württemberg shows the three lions passant of the arms of the Duchy of Swabia, in origin the coat of arms of the House of Hohenstaufen. Also used for Swabia (and for Württemberg-Baden during 1945–1952) are the three antlers of the coat of arms of Württemberg.