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  1. Helena of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Princess Helena of Denmark (c. 1180 – 22 November 1233 in Lüneburg) was heiress of Garding and by marriage Duchess of Lüneburg. She is the ancestress of all later Guelphs. Helen was the youngest daughter of Valdemar I of Denmark and Sophia of Minsk. She was the sister of the Kings Canute VI and Valdemar II and Queen Ingeborg.

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  2. Princess Helena of Denmark (c. 1180 – 22 November 1233 in Lüneburg) was heiress of Garding and by marriage Duchess of Lüneburg. She is the ancestress of all later Guelphs. Helen was the youngest daughter of Valdemar I of Denmark and Sophia of Minsk. She was the sister of the Kings Canute VI and Valdemar II and Queen Ingeborg.

  3. Helena of Denmark (1180-1233) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Helena of Denmark (1180–20 Nov 1233), Find a Grave Memorial no. 148694524, citing Sankt Michaeliskirche Lüneburg, Landkreis Lüneburg, Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), Germany ; Maintained by Lutetia (contributor 46580078) .

  4. , Helena Of Denmark | Genealogy of a large and diverse family

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  5. Princess Palace: Today's Princess: Helena of Denmark

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    Mar 19, 2015 · Helena doubtlessly could not imagine that her descendants would be looking back to her 800 years later. Her own immediate family was complicated enough. One of eight children of Valdemar the Great of Denmark and the Swedish-raised Russian Princess Sophia of Minsk, Helena lost her father when she was only five.

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  6. Helene Princess of Denmark Valdemarsdottir (c.1176 - 1233 ...

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    Valdemar I of Denmark. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Valdemar married Sofia of Minsk (c 1141-1198), half-sister of Canute V of Denmark and daughter of Dowager Queen Rikissa of Sweden from her marriage with Volodar of Minsk (Vladimir or Volodar Glebovich of the Rurikids, died 1167), ruling Prince of Principality of Minsk, and they had the following children:

  7. 739.1k Followers, 770 Following, 4,112 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Helena (@helenachristensen)

  8. Denmark's Notorious Nazi Princess Helena, Banished By Her ...

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    During hostilities, the Danish resistance movement stated that Princess Helena was the only member of the Danish Royal House to have betrayed Denmark since she received and entertained Germans in her home, attended parties hosted by the Germans at Gesandtskab and had been introduced to Danish Nazists by Ebba Lerche.

  9. Sep 23, 2019 · 20.1k Likes, 336 Comments - Helena (@helenachristensen) on Instagram: “New cover story out for @vogueczechoslovakia photographed by the seaside in the north of Denmark 📷…”

  10. Helena Christensen - IMDb

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    Helena Christensen, Actress: Julefrokosten. As a child Helena Christensen was more interested in becoming a musician, but as fate would have it began modeling at the age of 9. After leaving school, she moved to Paris, France to model for the french magazine 'Elle', and in 1986 she competed in the Miss Universe contest as Miss Denmark, but unfortunately did not receive a placing. Her big ...