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  1. Frederick I ( Swedish: Fredrik I; 28 April 1676 – 5 April 1751) was prince consort of Sweden from 1718 to 1720, and King of Sweden from 1720 until his death and (as Frederick I) also Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel from 1730.

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  2. Frederick I ( Swedish: Fredrik I; 28 April 1676 5 April 1751) was prince consort of Sweden from 1718 to 1720, and King of Sweden from 1720 until his death and (as Frederick I) also Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel from 1730.

  3. Frederick (I), (born April 17, 1676, Kassel, Hesse-Kassel [Germany]—died March 25, 1751, Stockholm), first Swedish king to reign (1720–51) during the 18th-century Age of Freedom, a period of parliamentary government. Frederick was the eldest surviving son of the landgrave of Hesse-Kassel.

  4. Frederick I was prince consort of Sweden from 1718 to 1720, and King of Sweden from 1720 until his death and also Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel from 1730. He ascended the throne following the death of his brother-in-law absolutist Charles XII in the Great Northern War, and the abdication of his wife, Charles's sister and successor Ulrika Eleonora, after she had to relinquish most powers to the ...

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    He was the son of Charles I, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel, and Princess Maria Amalia of Courland. In 1692 the young prince made his Grand Tour to the Dutch Republic, in 1695 to the Italian Peninsula and later he studied in Geneva. After this he had a military career, leading the Hessian troops as Lieutenant General in the War of the Spanish Succession...

    He married his second wife, Princess Ulrika Eleonora of Sweden, in 1715. He was then granted the title Prince of Sweden, with the style Royal Highness by the estates, and was prince consort there during Ulrika Eleonora's rule as queen regnant from 1718 until her abdication in 1720. He is the only Swedish prince consort there has been to date. Frederick I had much influence during the reign of his spouse.

    Some historians have suggested that the bullet which killed his brother-in-law Charles XII o

    Frederick succeeded Ulrika Eleonora on the throne upon her abdication in his favor in 1720, elected by the Swedish Estates.

    The defeats suffered by Charles XII in the Great Northern War ended Sweden's position as a first-rank European power. Under Frederick, this had to be accepted. Sweden also had to cede Estonia, Ingria and Livonia to Russia in the Treaty of Nystad, in 1721.

    Frederick became Landgrave of Hesse only in 1730, ten years after becoming King of Sweden. He immediately appointed his younger brother William governor of Hesse.

    As Landgrave, Frederick is generally not seen as a success. Indeed, he did concentrate more on Sweden, and due to his negotiated, compromise-like ascension to the throne there, he and his court had a very low income. The money for that very expensive court, then, since the 1730s came from wealthy Hesse, and this means that Frederick es

    Frederick's sarcophagus in Riddarholm Church

    On 31 May 1700, he married his first wife, Louise Dorothea, Princess of Prussia (1680–1705), daughter of Frederick I of Prussia (1657–1713) and Elizabeth Henrietta of Hesse-Kassel (1661–1683). Louise Dorothea died in childbirth in December 1705.

    Spencer, Charles. Blenheim: Battle for Europe. Phoenix, 2005. ISBN 0-304-36704-4

    Stålberg, Wilhelmina; Berg, P. G. (1864). "190 (Anteckningar om svenska qvinnor)" (in sv). http://runeberg.org/sqvinnor/0218.html.

    ↑ Hofberg, Herman; Heurlin, Frithiof; Millqvist, Viktor; Rubenson, Olof (1908) (in Swedish). Svenskt Biografiskt Handlexikon – Uggleupplagan. 8 (2nd ed.). Stockholm, Sweden: Albert Bonniers Förlag. pp. 1255–1258. OCLC 49695435. http://runeberg.org/nfbh/0682.html. Retrieved 1 March 2012.

    ↑ "Error: no |title= specified when using {{Cite web}}". Archived from the original on September 4, 2007. https://web.archive.org/web/20070904113914/http://nygaard.howards.net/files/3/4049.htm. Retrieved May 26,

  5. Frederick I (Swedish: Fredrik I; 1676 – 1751) was prince consort of Sweden from 1718 to 1720, and King of Sweden from 1720 until his death and also Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel from 1730. During his reign, Frederick received an offer from King George II of England to finance the Swedish Navy. The Assassins in Stockholm, who were using the Swedish Levant Company as a cover, suspected that the ...

  6. Fredrik I Hessen-Kassel of Sweden, King of Sweden, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel, was born 17 April 1676 in Kassel, Hesse, Germany to Karl von Hessen-Kassel (1654-1730) and Amalia von Kurland (1653-1711) and died 25 March 1751 Stockholm, Sweden of unspecified causes. He married Luise Dorothee in Preußen (1680-1705) 31 May 1700 .

  7. Frederick I ( German: Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig; 9 September 1826 – 28 September 1907) was the Grand Duke of Baden from 1858 to 1907. Contents 1 Life 2 Issue 3 Honours 4 Ancestry 5 Footnotes Life Frederick was born in Karlsruhe, Baden, on 9 September 1826. He was the third son of Leopold, Grand Duke of Baden and Princess Sophie of Sweden.

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