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  1. June | 2017 | Unofficial Royalty

    The majority of the top ten viewed articles for June 2017 listed below focus on the British Royal Family. However, there were two articles about royals from Qatar, probably because the country of Qatar was in the news during June.

  2. Hanseatic League - Wikipedia

    Initially unsuccessful, Hanseatic towns in 1368 allied in the Confederation of Cologne, sacked Copenhagen and Helsingborg, and forced Valdemar IV, King of Denmark, and his son-in-law Haakon VI, King of Norway, to grant the league 15% of the profits from Danish trade in the subsequent peace treaty of Stralsund in 1370, thus gaining an effective ...

  3. History at a glance -

    On the initiative of the Polish King Casimir III the Great, a meeting of monarchs took place in Krakow between 22 and 27 September 1364. It was attended by Charles IV, German Emperor and King of Bohemia; the kings: Valdemar IV of Denmark, Louis of Hungary and Peter of Cyprus; and many dukes: Otto of Brandenburg, Siemowit III of Masovia, Bolko II the Small of Swidnica and Władysław Opolczyk.

  4. Skeddie Sauce and other Delights: July 2017

    Jul 12, 2017 · Valdemar the Victorious (a different Valdemar) was often in residens at the castle and used it frequently for the Royal Danish Court. In 1241 he confirmed Jyske Law as a national law applicable to the entire Kingdom of Denmark. This is very important for Denmark as this is the beginning of events that lead to the present day Danish constitution.

  5. 1260s - Find link - Edward Betts

    Valdemar IV, Duke of Schleswig (505 words) no match in snippet view article find links to article Valdemar IV Eriksøn (born c. 1262, died 1312) was Duke of Schleswig from 1283 until his death in 1312. He was the eldest son of Duke Eric I of Schleswig

  6. True Crime Medieval Project Profiles -

    Valdemar the Great, King of Denmark Product MedLands, Denmark Kings VALDEMAR Knudsen, son of KNUT "Lavard" Duke of South Jutland/Sønderjylland [Schleswig] and King of the Obotriten & his wife Ingeb... View Valdemar the Great, King of Denmark's genealogy profile; 3/3/2007 3/25/2020 Follow

  7. June | 2017 | Unofficial Royalty | Page 2

    Ingrid’s dress was a “simply cut” white gown, described alternately as silk or crepe satin. The gown featured a high neck, a draped bodice, and long sleeves with a 20-foot train, trimmed with point de venise lace worn by Ingrid’s mother Margaret of Connaught on her own wedding day in 1906.

  8. In the News today… | European Royal History | Page 2

    Today, October 14, 2019, Her Majesty the Queen wore the George IV State Diadem for the State Opening of Parliament instead of the Imperial State Crown. Her Majesty was accompanied by HRH The Prince of Wales since HRH The Duke of Edinburgh has retired from public life. HRH The Duchess of Cornwall was seated nearby.

  9. British Royals | Unofficial Royalty | Page 46

    Their son, Richard (1411-1460), became the third Duke of York after the death of his uncle, and was the father of Edward IV and Richard III. In the summerof 1415 it was discovered that Richard of Conisburgh was part of a plot to assassinate King Henry V, and, after a hasty trial, Conisburgh was executed.

  10. Royal Weddings | Unofficial Royalty | Page 4

    Princess Maud of Wales (Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria) was born on November 26, 1869 at Marlborough House in London, England. She was the third and youngest daughter and the fifth of the six children of the Prince and Princess of Wales (the future King Edward VII of the United Kingdom and Princess Alexandra of Denmark, daughter of King Christian IX of Denmark).