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  1. Duke Ludwig Wilhelm in Bavaria (1884–1968) - Wikipedia › wiki › Duke_Ludwig_Wilhelm_in

    Jun 03, 2021 · Duke Ludwig Wilhelm Karl Norbert Theodor Johann in Bavaria (17 January 1884 – 5 November 1968) was a member of the Kingdom of Bavaria's ruling dynasty, the House of Wittelsbach. From 1909 he was the head of the Wittelsbachs' cadet branch , the Dukes in Bavaria , heirs of the Counts Palatine of Birkenfeld-Gelnhausen .

    • 30 November 1909 – 5 November 1968
    • Karl Theodor
  2. Franz Joseph I of Austria - Wikipedia › wiki › Franz_Joseph_I

    5 days ago · Franz Joseph was born 18 August 1830 in the Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna (on the 65th anniversary of the death of Francis of Lorraine) as the eldest son of Archduke Franz Karl (the younger son of Holy Roman Emperor Francis II), and his wife Princess Sophie of Bavaria.

  3. Prince Johann Georg of Hohenzollern - Wikipedia › wiki › Prince_Johann_Georg_of

    May 25, 2021 · Prince Johann Georg of Hohenzollern (Johann Georg Carl Leopold Eitel-Friedrich Meinrad Maria Hubertus Michael; 31 July 1932 – 2 March 2016) was a German prince, and through his marriage to Princess Birgitta of Sweden, was brother-in-law of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.

  4. Elisabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Belgium — Wikipedia ... › en › Elisabeth_of_Bavaria,_Queen_of_Belgium
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    Born in Pos­sen­hofen Cas­tle, her fa­ther was Karl-Theodor, Duke in Bavaria, head of a cadet branch of the Bavar­ian royal fam­ily, and an oph­thal­mol­o­gist. She was named after her fa­ther's sis­ter, Em­press Elis­a­beth of Aus­tria, bet­ter known as Sisi. Her mother was Maria Josepha of Por­tu­gal, daugh­ter of ex­iled Miguel I of Por­tu­gal. Char­lotte, Grand Duchess of Lux­em­bourg, Em­press Zita, the last Em­press of Aus­tria and Queen of Hun­gary, and Felix of Bour­bon-Parma, hus­band of Grand Duchess Char­lotte and brother of Em­press Zita, were among Elis­a­beth's first cousins. An artist him­self, Duke Karl-Theodor cul­ti­vated the artis­tic tastes of his fam­ily and Elis­a­beth was raised with a deep love for paint­ing, music and sculp­ture. At her fa­ther's clinic, where her mother as­sisted her fa­ther as a nurse, Elis­a­beth ob­tained ex­po­sure to pro­duc­tive labor and to human suf­fer­ing un­usual at that time for a princess.

    In Mu­nich on 2 Oc­to­ber 1900, Duchess Elis­a­beth mar­ried Prince Al­bert I, sec­ond-in-line to the throne of Bel­gium (after his fa­ther Prince Philippe, Count of Flan­ders). Upon her hus­band's ac­ces­sion to the Bel­gian throne in 1909, Elis­a­beth be­came queen. The Con­golese city of Élis­a­bethville, today Lubum­bashi, was named in her honor. They first met in 1897 at the fu­neral of Elis­a­beth's aunt Duchess So­phie Char­lotte in Bavaria, who was also the mother-in-law of Al­bert's sis­ter Hen­ri­ette. At the time, Prince Al­bert was the heir to his uncle Leopold II of Bel­gium. Al­bert was the sec­ond son of Prince Philippe, Count of Flan­ders and Princess Marie of Ho­hen­zollern-Sig­marin­gen, a sis­ter of King Carol I of Ro­ma­nia. At birth, Al­bert oc­cu­pied the third place in the line of suc­ces­sion be­hind his fa­ther and elder brother, Prince Bau­douin. The un­ex­pected death of Bau­douin in Jan­u­ary 1891 im­me­di­ately raised Al­bert to promi­nence within his co...

    The city of Lubum­bashi in Congo (Kin­shasa) was for­merly known as "Élis­a­bethville", and it was named in her honor when it was founded in 1910 in what was then the Bel­gian Congo. It adopted its cur­rent name in 1966 when, after six years of wran­gling fol­low­ing in­de­pen­dence, the regime of Joseph De­sire Mobutubegan purg­ing The Congo of its colo­nial-era place names. The Queen Elis­a­beth Com­pe­ti­tion, an in­ter­na­tional com­pe­ti­tion for ca­reer-start­ing mu­si­cians held in Brus­sels, is named after her.

    King Leopold III of Belgium, born 3 November 1901, and died at Woluwe-Saint-Lamberton 25 September 1983.
    Prince Charles, Count of Flanders, born Brussels 10 October 1903, and died at Ostendon 1 June 1983.
    Marie-José, Queen of Italy, born Ostend 4 August 1906, and died in Thonex, Switzerlandon 27 January 2001.


    1. House of Wittelsbach: Dame of St. Elizabeth, 1st Class 2. Belgium: Grand Cordon of the Royal Order of Leopold


    1. France: Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour, 14 November 1918 2. Empire of Japan: Grand Cordon of the Precious Crown 3. Luxembourg: Dame of the Gold Lion of Nassau 4. Netherlands: 4.1. Grand Cross of the Netherlands Lion 4.2. Queen Juliana Inauguration Medal 5. Poland: 5.1. Dame of the White Eagle 5.2. Cross of Valour Medal, 1922 6. Romanian Royal Family: Honorary Grand Cross of the Order of Carol I 7. Spanish Royal Family: Dame of the Order of Queen Maria Luisa, 24 June 1910 8. United Kin...


    1. Al­liance Coat of Arms of King Al­bert I and Queen Elis­a­beth 2. Royal Mono­gram of Queen Elis­a­beth of Bel­gium

    Media related to Queen Elisabeth of Belgiumat Wikimedia Commons
    Newspaper clippings about Elisabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Belgium in the 20th Century Press Archives of the ZBW
    Portraits of Elisabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Belgium at the National Portrait Gallery, London
  5. Maximilian I Joseph, King of Bavaria | Unofficial Royalty › maximilian-i-joseph-king-of

    May 26, 2021 · King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria. King Maximilian I Joseph was the first King of Bavaria, reigning from 1806 until his death in 1825. He was born on May 27, 1756, in Schwetzingen, Electorate of the Palatine, now in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, the son of Friedrich Michael, Count Palatine of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld and Maria Franziska, Countess Palatine of Sulzbach.

  6. Archduke Franz Karl of Austria | Unofficial Royalty › archduke-franz-karl-of-austria

    Jun 11, 2021 · On 4 November 1824, Franz Karl married Princess Sophie of Bavaria, daughter of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria.Despite Franz Karl’s issues, Sophie’s family agreed to the marriage because they thought that the disabilities of Franz Karl’s brother might cause Franz Karl to succeed to the throne.

  7. Marie Luise Augusta Katharine - Timenote › en › Marie-Luise-Augusta-Katharine

    May 25, 2021 · Interestingly, Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria, who was considered to be of correct rank, was descended from both Bogusław Radziwiłł and Janusz Radziwiłł. In 1824, the King turned to childless Alexander I of Russia to adopt Elisa, but the Russian Tsar declined.

  8. RoyalDish - Royal names - page 48 › index

    May 28, 2021 · Mathilde Ludovika, Duchess in Bavaria (30 September 1843 – 18 June 1925) was the fourth daughter of Maximilian, Duke in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika of Bavaria. Her mother was the youngest daughter of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria by his second wife Margravine Karoline of Baden.

  9. May 23, 2021 · Helene caroline therese, duchess in bavaria (4 april 1834 – 16 may 1890) of the house of wittelsbach, nicknamed néné, was a bavarian princess and, through marriage, temporarily the head of the thurn and taxis family.

  10. Gntm 2021 Maria Sophie - Gntm 2021 Prosieben Kandidatin Maria ... › 2021 › 05

    May 29, 2021 · Sich selbst beschreibt sie als ehrlich und offen, klein. She was one of the ten children of maximilian joseph, duke in bavaria and princess ludovika of bavaria. Source: She was one of the ten children of maximilian joseph, duke in bavaria and princess ludovika of bavaria.

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