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  1. Prince Andrew, Duke of York - Wikipedia

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    His paternal grandfather was Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark. Andrew was the first child born to a reigning monarch since the birth in 1857 of Queen Victoria's youngest child, Princess Beatrice. As with his older siblings, Andrew was looked after by a governess, who was responsible for his early education at Buckingham Palace.

  2. Greek royal family - Wikipedia

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    The royal coat of arms still used by the royal family is a blue shield with the white cross of Greece with the greater coat of arms of Denmark of 1819-1903 in the centre. This was consequently also the arms of Denmark when the Danish prince William accepted the Greek throne as King George I .

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  4. Help:Family trees - Wikipedia

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    Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark: 4. Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark: 9. Princess Alice of Battenberg: 2. Charles, Prince of Wales: 10. George VI of the United Kingdom: 5. Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom: 11. Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon: 1. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge: 12. Albert Spencer, 7th Earl Spencer: 6. John Spencer, 8th ...

  5. Andrew of Greece and Denmark (1882-1944) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Biography. Andrew von Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, His Royal Highness Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark, was born 2 February 1882 in Athens, Greece to George I of Greece (1845-1913) and Olga Constantinovna of Russia (1851-1926) and died 3 December 1944 Metropole Hotel, Monte Carlo, Monaco of heart failure, arterial sclerosis.

  6. Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark - geni family tree

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    Dec 03, 2018 · Genealogy for Prince Andreas of Greece and Denmark (Schleswig-Holstein, Glücksburg) (1882 - 1944) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames

    • "принц Андрей Гръцки и Датски"
    • Athens, Attica, Greece
    • January 20, 1882
  7. Person:Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark (1) - Genealogy

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    the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia. Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark (; – 3 December 1944) of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, was the seventh child and fourth son of King George I of Greece and Olga Constantinovna of Russia.

  8. Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark 1882–1944 – webtrees

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    Ancestors Compact tree Descendants Family book Fan chart Hourglass chart Interactive tree Pedigree Pedigree map Relationships Family with spouse Princess Alice of Battenberg Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark. 1882 – 1944. Birth: 2 February 1882 36 30 — Athens, Attica, Greece.

  9. House of Glücksburg - Wikipedia

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    The family takes its ducal name from Glücksburg, a small coastal town in Schleswig, on the southern, German side of the fjord of Flensburg that divides Germany from Denmark. In 1460, Glücksburg came, as part of the conjoined Dano-German duchies of Schleswig and Holstein, to Count Christian VII of Oldenburg whom, in 1448, the Danes had elected their king as Christian I, the Norwegianslikewise taking him as their hereditary king in 1450. In 1564, Christian I's great-grandson, King Frederick II, in re-distributing Schleswig and Holstein's fiefs, retained some lands for his own senior royal line while allocating Glücksburg to his brother Duke John the Younger (1545–1622), along with Sønderborg, in appanage. John's heirs further sub-divided their share and created, among other branches, a line of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg dukes at Beck (an estate near Minden bought by the family in 1605), who remained vassalsof Denmark's kings. By 1825, the castle of Glücksburg had returned to the Da...

    The Dukes of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg constitute the senior male line of the branch. They hold the headship by primogeniture of the cadet house of Glücksburg. The headship by agnatic primogeniture of the entire House of Oldenburg is held by Christoph, Prince of Schleswig-Holstein. The heir apparentis Friedrich Ferdinand, Hereditary Prince of Schleswig-Holstein (born 1985).

    In 1853, Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg became heir to the Kingdom of Denmark, and in 1863, he ascended the throne. He was the fourth son of Friedrich Wilhelm, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, whose elder brother (and male-line descendants) retained the Glücksburg dukedom. The Danish royal family call itself Glücksborg, using a slightly Danicized form of Glücksburg. The heir apparent is Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark (born 1968), who belongs agnatically to the Monpezat family. See the present line of succession. Although there are no more male members of the dynastic line of Glũcksburgs domiciled in Denmark, there are descendants of Christian IX who married without the monarch's permission, thus forfeiting their royal status. They bear the Danish noble title "Count of Rosenborg" (and the style of Excellency), heritable by their descendants in the legitimate male line.

    In 1863 and with the name George I, Prince Wilhelm of Denmark was elected King of the Hellenes on the recommendation of Europe's Great Powers. He was a younger son of King Christian IX of Denmark. The Hellenic constitutional monarchy was usurped in a coup d'état by a military junta in 1967 and the royal family fled into exile. After the collapse of the military dictatorship in 1974, 69.18% of votes recorded in a republic referendumwere against the return of the monarchy.

    In 1905, Prince Carl of Denmark became Norway's first independent monarch in 518 years, taking the regnal name Haakon VII. His father was King Frederick VIII of Denmark, and one of his uncles was King George I of Greece. The heir apparent is Crown Prince Haakon of Norway (born 1973). See the present line of succession.

    In 1918, Iceland was elevated from an autonomous Danish province to a separate Kingdom of Iceland. Christian X of Denmark was henceforth King of Denmark and Iceland until 1944, when Iceland dissolved the unionbetween the two countries. The heir apparent was his son Frederick IX of Denmark(1899–1972).

    In 1947, Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark (who relinquished his princely titles and adopted the surname of Mountbatten upon becoming a British subject prior to his wedding) was created Duke of Edinburgh by his father-in-law, George VI. Descendants in the male line of his marriage to Queen Elizabeth II belong, by decree, to the House of Windsor and use "Mountbatten-Windsor" as a surname, when one is needed. The first twenty-three places in the line of succession to the British throneare held by the Duke's descendants. The heir-apparent is Prince William, Duke of Cambridge(born 1982).

  10. 4 The Official Website of The British Monarchy, "House of Windsor Family Tree", (accessed 11/30/2012). 5 Wikipedia, "Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark" , (accessed 08/09/2011). William photo by InSapphoWeTrust (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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