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  2. Frederick VIII of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Frederick became king of Denmark as Frederick VIII on Christian IX's death on 29 January 1906. He was 62 years old at the time and had been Crown Prince for 43 years. In many ways Frederick VIII was a liberal ruler who was much more favorable to the new parliamentarian system than his father had been.

    • 29 January 1906 – 14 May 1912
    • Christian IX
  3. What is King Frederick VIII of Denmark's birthday - Answers

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    King Frederick VIII of Denmark was born on June 3, 1843 and died on May 14, 1912. King Frederick VIII of Denmark would have been 68 years old at the time of death or 172 years old today.

  4. Frederick VIII, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein

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    Frederick's marriage in 1856 was one of signals to appease German nationalism. (However, his younger brother married a daughter of Queen Victoria.) In November 1863 Frederick claimed the twin-duchies in succession after King Frederick VII of Denmark, who also was the Duke of Schleswig

  5. Frederick VIII of Denmark | European Royal History

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    future Frederik VIII of Denmark and Louise of Sweden. (Parents) She was the mother of both King Christian X of Denmark and King Haakon VII of Norway. Haakon VII (born Prince Carl of Denmark; August 3, 1872 – September 21, 1957) was the King of Norway from his election in 1905 until his death in 1957.

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  7. Frederick VI of Denmark | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    • Early Life
    • King of Denmark and Loss of Norway
    • Descendents

    On 30 January of the same year, he was baptised at Christiansborg Palace by Ludvig Harboe, Bishop of Zealand. His godparents were King Christian VII (his father), the dowager queen Juliana Maria (his stepgrandmother) and Hereditary Prince Frederick(his half-uncle). His father suffered from serious psychological problems, including suspected schizophrenia expressed by catatonic periods that resulted in his standing down from power for most of his reign, ceding power to his doctor Johann Friedrich Struensee. From 1770 to 1772 Struensee was de facto regent, as well as lover of Caroline Matilda, Frederick's mother. Struensee was ideologically influenced by Enlightenment thinkers such as Voltaire and Jean Jacques Rousseau. While Struensee was in power young Frederick was raised at Hirschholm Palace following the educational approach advocated by Rousseau in his famous work Émile. Frederick received no direct instruction in this period, but was expected to learn everything through his own...

    Frederick became King of Denmark on 13 March 1808. When the throne of Sweden seemed likely to become vacant in 1809, Frederick was interested in being elected there, too. Frederick actually was the first monarch of Denmark and Norway to descend from Gustav I of Sweden, who had secured Sweden's independence in 1520s after a period of union with other Scandinavian countries. However, Frederick's brother-in-law, Prince Christian Augustus of Augustenborg, was first elected to the throne of Sweden, then the French Marshal Bernadotte. He made Denmark the most loyal ally of Napoleon. After the French defeat in Russia in 1812, the Allies again and again asked him to change sides. He refused. Many Danish historians portray the king as stubborn, incompetent, and motivated by a misconceived loyalty towards Napoleon. However some historians in recent years have provided a different interpretation that sheds a better light on the king. He stayed with Napoleon in order to protect the exposed situ...

    The surviving children of Frederick VI and Marie of Hesse-Kasselwere their two daughters. Their children were: 1. Christian (Copenhagen, 22 September 1791 – Copenhagen, 23 September 1791) 2. Marie Louise (Copenhagen, 19 November 1792 – Frederiksborg, 12 October 1793) 3. Caroline (Copenhagen, 28 October 1793 – Copenhagen, 31 March 1881), married to her father's first cousin Frederick Ferdinand of Denmark, (d. 1863). Childless. 4. Louise (Copenhagen, 21 August 1795 – Copenhagen, 7 December 1795) 5. Christian (Copenhagen, 1 September 1797 – Copenhagen, 5 September 1797) 6. Juliana Louise (Copenhagen, 12 February 1802 – Copenhagen, 23 February 1802) 7. Frederikke Marie (3 June 1805 – 14 July 1805) 8. Vilhelmine Marie (Kiel, 18 January 1808 – Glücksburg, 30 May 1891), firstly married to her second cousin Prince Frederik of Denmark, the future Frederick VII of Denmark, but they divorced, and she married secondly Karl, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, who was eldest brothe...

  8. Frederick IX of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Prince Frederick was born on 11 March 1899 at Sorgenfri Palace in Kongens Lyngby on Zealand during the reign of his great-grandfather King Christian IX.His father was Prince Christian of Denmark (later King Christian X), the eldest son of Crown Prince Frederick and Princess Louise of Sweden (later King Frederick VIII and Queen Louise).

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    Charles I-IV, Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary. Archduke Charles was born on August 17, 1887, in the Castle of Persenbeug, in Lower Austria. His parents were Archduke Otto-Franz of Austria and Princess Maria-Josepha of Saxony, the daughter of the future King Georg of Saxony (1832–1904) and Infanta Maria Anna of Portugal (1843–1884).

  10. Olav V of Norway - Wikipedia

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    Olav was born Prince Alexander Edward Christian Frederik in Appleton House on the royal Sandringham Estate, Flitcham, United Kingdom. His parents were Prince Carl, second son of Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark (later King Frederick VIII), and Princess Maud, youngest daughter of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom, who was the eldest son of Britain's Queen Victoria.

  11. Frederick III of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Frederick III (Danish: Frederik; 18 March 1609 – 9 February 1670) was king of Denmark and Norway from 1648 until his death in 1670. He also governed under the name Frederick II as diocesan administrator (colloquially referred to as prince-bishop) of the Prince-Bishopric of Verden (1623–29 and again 1634–44), and the Prince-Archbishopric of Bremen (1635–45).

  12. Haakon VII of Norway - Wikipedia

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    Prince Carl was born on 3 August 1872, in Charlottenlund Palace near Copenhagen.He was the second son of Frederick, Crown Prince of Denmark (the future King Frederick VIII), and his wife Louise of Sweden.