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  1. Charles seized Esztergom and many fortresses in the northern parts of Hungary (now in Slovakia) in 1306. [41] [38] His partisans also occupied Buda in June 1307. [41] Ladislaus Kán, Voivode of Transylvania , seized and imprisoned Otto in Transylvania .

    Charles I of Hungary - Wikipedia

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  2. Charles I of Hungary - Wikipedia

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    Charles seized Esztergom and many fortresses in the northern parts of Hungary (now in Slovakia) in 1306. [41] [38] His partisans also occupied Buda in June 1307. [41] Ladislaus Kán, Voivode of Transylvania , seized and imprisoned Otto in Transylvania .

  3. Charles I of Austria - Wikipedia

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    Charles was born on 17 August 1887, in the Castle of Persenbeug, in Lower Austria.His parents were Archduke Otto Franz of Austria and Princess Maria Josepha of Saxony.At the time, his great-uncle Franz Joseph reigned as Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary.

  4. Charles I | king of Hungary | Britannica

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    Charles I, courtly, pious king of Hungary who restored his kingdom to the status of a great power and enriched and civilized it. Charles was the son of Charles Martel of Anjou-Naples and Clemencia of Habsburg, daughter of the Holy Roman emperor Rudolf I.

  5. Charles (I) | emperor of Austria | Britannica

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    Charles (I), emperor (Kaiser) of Austria and, as Charles IV, king of Hungary, the last ruler of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy (November 21, 1916–November 11, 1918). A grandnephew of the emperor Franz Joseph, Charles became heir presumptive to the Habsburg throne upon the assassination of his uncle

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  7. 1 day ago · Today is the feast of the Blessed Emperor, Charles I of Austria-Hungary. The release of my new biography of the saintly monarch last month have for obvious reasons brought him to my mind in recent days. Added to this is the impending dedication of the 16th shrine in his honor in these United States, at …

  8. First World War.com - Who's Who - Emperor Karl I

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    Emperor Karl I of Austria (1887-1922), known as Charles IV of Hungary) was Austria-Hungary's last emperor. Sponsored Links Born on 17 August 1887 in Persenbeug Castle, Austria, Karl was a grandnephew of the man he succeeded, the aging Emperor Franz Josef I .

  9. RULERS OF HUNGARY (MAGYARORSZÁG)

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    rulers of hungary (magyarorszÁg): historical note The Magyars or Hungarians first appear to have been members of the Khazar confederacy. The ethnic composition of this people is complex and it included both Finnish (the Magyars) and Turkic (the Onogurs or Onogundurs) elements, sharing the latter with the Bulgar state.

  10. Europe's first family | Review of The Habsburgs by Martyn Rady

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    On Nov. 1, 1921, the last Habsburg emperor of Austria-Hungary, Charles I, left Vienna for good. His empire, the second-largest state in Europe, had already disintegrated at the end of the First ...

  11. Who is Karl? — Blessed Karl of Austria

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    Oct 03, 2004 · Who is Karl of Austria? Karl of the House of Austria was born in Persenbeug in 1887. On October 21, 1911, he married Zita of Bourbon-Parma. With his wife and children he led an exemplary family life — a true domestic church, shaped by his intimate love for the Blessed Sacrament and devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

  12. The nickname Charlie (and Charley) has taken on a life of its own and is now a popular choice for both sexes. And though Chuck is now virtually gone, Chas/Chaz is becoming a nickname of choice. Among the well used international versions of Charles: Carl, Carlo, Carlos, Karel, Xarles, Charlot, and Siarl.