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      • Frederick VIII ( Christian Frederik Vilhelm Carl) (3 June 1843 – 14 May 1912) was King of Denmark from 1906 to 1912. Before his accession to the throne at age 62, he served as crown prince for over 42 years. During the long reign of his father, King Christian IX , he was largely excluded from influence and political power.
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  2. Frederick VIII of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Frederick became king of Denmark upon his father's death on 29 January 1906. In many ways, Frederick VIII was a liberal monarch who was much more favorable to the new parliamentarian system than his father had been, being reform-minded and democratically inclined.

  3. King Frederik VIII of Denmark | Unofficial Royalty

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    Sep 24, 2015 · by Susan Flantzer His Serene Highness Prince Frederik of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, the future King Frederik VIII of Denmark, was born at the Yellow Palace in Copenhagen Denmark on June 3, 1843. Frederik's given names were Christian Frederik Vilhelm Carl and he was the eldest of the six children of Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (the future King

  4. Christian VIII of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Christian VIII (18 September 1786 – 20 January 1848) was the king of Denmark from 1839 to 1848 and, as Christian Frederick, King of Norway in 1814. [1] Contents

  5. 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.

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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.

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  9. Christian VIII of Denmark | Historipedia Official Wiki | Fandom

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    • Youth and Family
    • Marriage
    • Military Service
    • Heir Presumptive of Denmark and Norway
    • Reign in Norway
    • Danish Prince
    • Reign in Denmark
    • Personal Life

    Christian VIII was born in the morning hours on 18 September 1784 in Christiansborg Palace, Copenhagen, was the eldest son of Sophie Friederike of Mecklenburg and the Frederick of Denmark, the son of the king Frederick V from his second marriage with Juliane von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel. Hereditary prince Frederick led the regency together with his mother, Juliane, for his half-brother king, who, due to mental disorders, was unable to govern until the young Crown Prince Frederick VI. Christian Friedrich was conservatively educated by the minister Ove Høegh-Guldberg, who was also expelled from the government in 1784. His love for natural science and art was aroused early on. In 1809 he became President of the Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Christian Friedrich was married to his cousin Charlotte Friederike von Mecklenburg-Schwerin. In 1809, Charlotte was exiled by the court because of an affair with her teacher, the composer and violinist Jean Baptiste Édouard Du Puy. The marria...

    Christian first married his cousin Duchess Charlotte Frederica of Mecklenburg-Schwerin at Ludwigslust on 21 June 1806. Charlotte Frederica was a daughter of Friedrich Franz I, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, and Princess Louise of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg. His first-born son was Christian Frederik, who was born and died at Schloss Plön on 8 April 1807. His second son became Frederick VII of Denmark. The marriage was dissolved by divorce in 1810 after Charlotte Frederica was accused of adultery. Christian married his second wife, Princess Caroline Amalie of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg (daughter of Louise Augusta of Denmark, the only sister of Frederick VI) at Augustenborg Palaceon 22 May 1815. The couple was childless and lived in comparative retirement as leaders of the literary and scientific society of Copenhagen until Christian ascended the throne of Denmark. Christian had ten extramarital children, for whom he carefully provided. It is rumored that among these ext...

    Prince Christian Frederick starting his military in the Danish army with his father Frederick VII during the Napoleonic Wars in 1806 with the title of "Lieutenant general". During the 1807 bombardment of Copenhagen, but was forced to ally Denmark with Napoleon; which the between Prince Christian Frederick and Napoleon was not so good. After the French defeat in Russia in 1812, the Allies again asked the king to change sides but he refused. The Prince was involved during the war with Sweden, he was seriously wounded at the Jerpset on 2 August 1808. He also wounded in Rødenes as well, but his popularity in Norway and Denmark was amazing. This war, this brings the Danish allied, France's marshal Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte (later King Charles XIV/III John) to help the Danish. Meanwhile, there's was ongoing war with the United Kingdom, but it still fighting on two fronts. During the Battle of Toverud, he had been informed about the Swedish attack and had ordered six companies and some drag...

    In 1811, the Prince supported the desire of the Norwegians for their own university in Christiania against Friedrich VI. With the success that the University of Oslo was founded in 1813. When Christian Friedrich became a Statthalter in Norwayin 1813, he enjoyed great popularity there. It was called "Tvende Rigers Haab" (hope of two countries). In May 1813, as the heir presumptive of the kingdoms of Denmark and Norway, Christian was sent as stattholder (the Danish king's highest representative in overseas territories) to Norway to promote the loyalty of the Norwegians to the House of Oldenburg, which had been very badly shaken by the disastrous results of Frederick VI's adhesion to the falling fortunes of Napoleon I of France. Christian did all he could personally to strengthen the bonds between the Norwegians and the royal house of Denmark. Though his endeavours were opposed by the so-called Swedish party, which desired a dynastic union with Sweden, he placed himself at the head of...

    This election was confirmed by the Norwegian Constituent Assembly convoked at Eidsvoll on 10 April, and on 17 May the constitution was signed and Christian was unanimously elected king of Norway under the name Christian Frederick (Kristian Frederik in Norwegian).Christian next attempted to interest the great powers in Norway's cause, but without success. On being pressed by the commissioners of the allied powers to bring about a union between Norway and Sweden in accordance with the terms of the treaty of Kiel, and then return to Denmark, he replied that, as a constitutional king, he could do nothing without the consent of the parliament (Storting), which would not be convoked until there was a suspension of hostilities on the part of Sweden. Sweden refused Christian's conditions and a short military campaign ensued in which the Norwegian army was defeated by the forces of the Swedish crown prince Charles John. The brief war concluded with the Convention of Moss on 14 August 1814. B...

    After his return from Norway, Christian Friedrich concluded a second marriage with Caroline Amalia, the daughter of the duke who had died the year before Friedrich Christian II. Of Schleswig -Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg, who, because of his marriage with Louise Auguste of Denmark, claimed the Danish throne for himself and his family. This marriage, however, remained childless. As Prince of Denmark, between the relationship with his cousin were getting along; and a parliament will also was getting along as well but it's during when he become King in 1839. In 24 March 1810, Christian Frederick was shot and stabbed five times; but he was seriously wounded in outside of the palace. The wounded prince was shot two times in the leg and stomach while was stabbed four times in leg, the arm and stomach. The assassin was Italian noble Umberto Victor Emmanuelthat he wanting to kill the prince years ago. Victor Emmanuel was caught by the Danish army, he was sentence to 18 to 24 years in pr...

    Accession to the throne

    After Frederick VI died on 3 December 1839, without male descendants, Christian Friedrich, aged 54 was crowned as King of Denmark on 28 June 1840 as Christian VIII. The liberal forces set great hopes on him, which, however, were met only in parts. Thus, in 1840, Copenhagen was given a new constitution, a municipal reform was made, which became the basis for local self-administration, and Danish was the legal and administrative language in North Schleswig. In Iceland The Althing(parliament) wa...

    Internal and foreign policy

    Throughout his nine-year reign, Christian VIII was one of the most Danish monarch in the 19th century. Christian was able to have relationships with other kingdoms after the Napoleonic Wars and Napoloen return to exile but defeated in Waterloo. At the beginning of his reign, he increase the relationship with the 76-year-old Charles XIV John of Sweden, as well of Emperor Alexander I of Russia, Kings Frederick William III and Frederick William IV of Prussia and Queen Isabella II of Spain.

    Popularity in Denmark

    When he was Crown prince in Denmark as well as King, the people and the parliament in Denmark is very popular. His cousin, call him "the famously Crown Prince of Denmark we ever had." while other monarchs and presidents like Louis Philippe, first President of France (1830-1840) and King Charles XIV John of Sweden(r. 1818-1844) named Christian VII, a "wonderful and popular monarch and prince in his kingdom". During the Napoleonic Wars and Dano-Swedish War, his popularity in Denmark were 90 per...

    As Prince, Christian Frederick's appearance was avenge height about 5'10, 170 ibs. The prince always in fan and likes tight white breeches, during the time of his military career in the Danish army and before and during his reign. Christian Frederick's legs are thick and able to jiggle when he walk, and was suffered a disorder known as the Female walk syndrome--which he walk as a femaleand his hips are feminine. He is sometimes known as the Feminine Prince; due to his syndrome.

  10. Frederick VI of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    None of Frederick VI's sons survived infancy and when he died, he was succeeded by his half-cousin Christian VIII of Denmark, the son of his half-uncle Prince Frederick. [8] The anointment of King Frederick VI at Frederiksborg Palace on 31 July 1815.

  11. 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).