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  1. Family tree of Danish monarchs - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · Valdemar IV Atterdag King of Denmark c.1320-1375 r.1340-1375: Helvig of Schleswig d.1374: Otto Duke of Lolland and Estonia c.1310– after 1346: Margaret of Denmark 1305–1340: Catherine of Anhalt-Bernburg c.1330–1390: Valdemar III King of Denmark 1314-1364 r.1326<-1329: Albert II Duke of Mecklenburg c.1318–1379 r.1329-1379: Christopher Duke of Lolland c.1341/1344 –1363

  2. List of Danish monarchs - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · Valdemar IV Atterdag (Valdemar Atterdag) 21 June 1340 – 1375 c. 1320 third son of Christopher II and Euphemia of Pomerania: Helvig of Schleswig c. 1340 Sønderborg Castle six children 24 October 1375 Gurre Castle aged 54–55

  3. Monarchy of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Jan 08, 2021 · 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 ...

  4. Valdemar II | king of Denmark | Britannica

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    Jan 01, 2021 · The son and brother, respectively, of the Danish kings Valdemar I and Canute IV, Valdemar acted as the duke of Schleswig from 1188 and conquered Holstein (North Albingia) and Hamburg (1200–01). Succeeding to the throne in 1202, he initially supported the Welf candidate for the office of Holy Roman emperor, Otto IV , who in turn recognized Valdemar’s sovereignty in Holstein.

  5. List of rulers of Brandenburg - Wikipedia

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    Jan 05, 2021 · 1317–1318: Henry I Lackland, Valdemar I the Great 1318–1319: Valdemar I the Great 1319–1320: Henry II the Child: After the extinction of the Ascanian dynasty in 1320, Brandenburg came under the control of the Emperor Louis IV of the House of Wittelsbach, who granted Brandenburg to his eldest son, Louis V of Bavaria.

  6. Christian IV of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Jan 08, 2021 · 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.

  7. Master Index - the peerage

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    4 days ago · Erbach-Fürstenau, Nikolaus Graf zu to Eriksson, Valdemar IV, Herzog von Schleswig Eril y Falcés, Elvira de to Errington, George Errington, George to Erskine, Alan of Inchmartin

  8. Prince Axel of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Jan 08, 2021 · Prince Axel Christian Georg of Denmark, RE, SKmd (Danish: Prins Axel Christian Georg til Danmark; 12 August 1888 – 14 July 1964) was a Danish prince and a grandson of Christian IX of Denmark On his father's side, he was a first cousin of Christian X of Denmark, Haakon VII of Norway, Constantine I of Greece, George V of the United Kingdom, Nicholas II of Russia, Maud of Wales, Ernest Augustus ...

  9. Margrethe II of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Jan 07, 2021 · Margrethe II (Danish: [mɑˈkʁeˀtə]; Margrethe Alexandrine Þórhildur Ingrid, born 16 April 1940) is Queen of Denmark and commander-in-chief of the Danish Defence. Born into the House of Glücksburg , a royal house with origins in northern Germany , she was the eldest child of Frederick IX of Denmark and Ingrid of Sweden .

  10. Haakon VII of Norway - Wikipedia

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    2 days ago · 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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