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  1. List of nicknames of European royalty and nobility: T–V

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    Valdemar I of Denmark the Great; Valdemar II of Denmark the Lawgiver, the Law-Mender, the Victor, Valdemar Sejr; Valdemar II, Duke of Schleswig the Great; Valdemar III of Denmark den Unge; Valdemar IV of Denmark Atterdag (Dawn of a New Day, Another Day) Valens the Last True Roman; Valerian the Barracks Emperor, the Emperor of the Army

  2. Monarchy of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    The last monarch descended from Valdemar IV, Christopher III of Denmark, died in 1448. Count Christian of Oldenburg, descendant of Sophia, the daughter of Valdemar IV's aunt Richeza of Denmark, Lady of Werle , who was the daughter of Eric V of Denmark , was chosen as his successor and became the next monarch of Denmark, ruling under the name ...

  3. Prince Valdemar of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Prince Valdemar of Denmark (27 October 1858 – 14 January 1939) was the third son and youngest child of Christian IX and Louise of Hesse-Kassel. He had a lifelong naval career. He had a lifelong naval career.

  4. Norwegian Royals | Unofficial Royalty

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    Prince Carl August of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg, the 41-year-old son of Friedrich Christian I, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg and Princess Charlotte of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Plön, was chosen to be the Crown Prince of Sweden. The new Crown Prince arrived in Sweden in January 1810, but he died from a ...

  5. Christian IV of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Christian IV (12 April 1577 – 28 February 1648) was King of Denmark and Norway and Duke of Holstein and Schleswig from 1588 to 1648. His 59-year reign is the longest of Danish monarchs, and of Scandinavian monarchies.

  6. August 2017 – M Hedsson

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    Aug 31, 2017 · Margaret was born in 1353 in Søborg, Denmark, to the Danish king Valdemar IV Atterdag and Helvig of Schleswig. In 1359, at the age of six, Margaret was bethrothed to King Haakon VI Magnusson of Norway, who was the youngest son of King Magnus of Sweden and, in addition to that, 13 years older than his spouse.

  7. Royal Musings: October 2017

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    Oct 31, 2017 · The former Grand Duke was the eldest son of the late Grand Duke Ludwig IV and Princess Alice, second daughter of Queen Victoria. He was the brother of late late Empress Alexandra of Russia, consort of Nicholas II, and the brother-in-law of the late Grand Duke Serge of Russia, Prince Henry of Prussia (also his first cousin) and Prince Louis of ...

  8. Election of the King of the Hellenes. | European Royal History

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    Mar 30, 2018 · George I (born Prince Wilhelm of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg; 24 December 24, 1845 – March 18, 1913) was King of the Hellenes (Greece) from 1863 until his assassination in 1913. George was born at the Yellow Palace, an 18th-century town house at 18 Amaliegade, right next to the Amalienborg Palace complex in Copenhagen.

  9. Maria Feodorovna: Russia’s Mother of Tears

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    Mar 24, 2017 · The grand duke succeeded to the Russian throne as Alexander III, in 1881, after his father was assassinated by the Russian extremists. In her diary, Maria vividly described the state of the emperor, who was immediately rushed to his palace after the incident: "His legs were crushed terribly and ripped open to the knee; a bleeding mass, with half a boot on the right foot, and only the sole of ...

  10. Haakon VII of Norway - Wikipedia

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    Several of his paternal ancestors had been kings of independent Norway (Haakon V of Norway, Christian I of Norway, Frederick I, Christian III, Frederick II, Christian IV, as well as Frederick III of Norway who integrated Norway into the Oldenburg state with Denmark, Schleswig and Holstein, after which it was not independent until 1814).

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