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    Independence in personal Union with the Netherlands (Treaty of London) 19 April 1839 - Reaffirmation of Independence Treaty of London: 11 May 1867 - End of personal union with the Kingdom of the Netherlands: 23 November 1890 - from the Greater German Reich: 1944 / 1945 - Admitted to the United Nations: 24 October 1945 -

  2. Norway - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    In 1397, Denmark, Norway and Sweden began the Kalmar Union. The first [known] map, where Norway is drawn, was made in 1482. Sweden left the Kalmar Union in 1523. From 1536/1537, Denmark and Norway formed a personal union that by 1660 became the state called Denmark–Norway; Norway was the weaker part of the union with Denmark.

  3. ^ Sicily remained in personal union with Naples until Naples became a French client-republic following the Battle of Campo Tenese in 1806. ^ Nominally, Sweden declared war against the United Kingdom after its defeat by Russia in the Finnish War (1808–1809). ^ Napoleon established the Duchy of Warsaw, ruled by the Kingdom of Saxony in 1807.

  4. ਆਈਸਲੈਂਡ ਦੀ ਰਾਜਸ਼ਾਹੀ, personal union with Denmark: ੧ ਦਸੰਬਰ ੧੯੧੮ • ਡੈੱਨਮਾਰਕ ਦਾ ਪਤਨ: ੯ ਅਪ੍ਰੈਲ ੧੯੪੦ • ਗਣਰਾਜ ਬਣਿਆ: ੧੭ ਜੂਨ ੧੯੪੪ ਰਕਬਾ • ਕੁੱਲ: 103,001 km 2 (੧੦੮ਵਾਂ)

  5. Sweden - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Sweden is a Nordic country in the part of Europe called Scandinavia. Its neighbors are Finland and Norway. Sweden is also connected to Denmark in the south by a bridge. It is a developed country. It is famous for its welfare state. People who live in Sweden are called Swedes. The population of Sweden is about 10 million people. Sweden's capital city is Stockholm, which is also Sweden's largest city, with almost one million people. Other large cities are Gothenburg and Malmö. These cities ...

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    Iceland 17 June (National Day, founding of republic and dissolution of personal union with Denmark 1944) India 26 January ( Republic Day , becoming the first republic in the British Commonwealth of Nations 1950), 15 August ( Independence Day , from the British Empire 1947)

  7. Сведин Нутг — Wikipedia

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    Personal union w. Denmark and Norway: June 17, 1397 - de facto independent kingdom: June 6, 1523 - end of Scandinavian union ratified: 1524 - Swedish-Norwegian Union begins: November 4, 1814 - Swedish-Norwegian Union ends: August 13, 1905 EU accession: 1 January 1995: Аһу - Бүклдән: 449 964 km 2 173 745 sq mi - Усна аһу (%) 8.7

  8. Spain - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    This Kingdom developed the first democratic parliament (Cortes de Llión) in Europe in 1188. After 1301, León had the same King as the Kingdom of Castile in personal union. The various kingdoms remained independent territories until 1833, when Spain was divided into regions and provinces.

  9. Lituwenia - Wikipedia

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    Tok Lituwenia: Gavman: Parliamentary democracy - President: Dalia Grybauskaitė - Prime Minister: Andrius Kubilius: Independence: from the Russian Empire (1918) - Lithuania mentioned: February 14 1009 - Kingdom: Julai 6, 1253 - Personal union with Poland: February 2, 1386 - Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth declared: 1569 - Russian/Prussian ...

  10. Hungary - Wikipedia

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    The Kingdom of Hungary reached one of its greatest extents during the Árpádian kings, yet royal power was weakened at the end of their rule in 1301. After a destructive period of interregnum (1301–1308), the first Angevin king, Charles I of Hungary – a bilineal descendant of the Árpád dynasty – successfully restored royal power, and defeated oligarch rivals, the so-called "little kings".

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