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Albert of Prussia

(1490—1568)


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Albert of Prussia (1490–1568)

Albert of Prussia (1490–1568)

Albert of Prussia (1490–1568)

Hohenzollern: (1) Cardinal Albert of Brandenburg (1490 - 1545) and Hohenzollern: (2) Joachim II, Elector of Brandenburg (1505 - 1571) and Hohenzollern: (3) Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburg (1620 - 1688) and Hohenzollern: (4) Frederick I, King of Prussia (1657 - 1713) and Hohenzollern: (5) Frederick William I, King of Prussia (1688 - 1740) and Hohenzollern: (6) Wilhelmina, Margravine of Bayreuth (1709 - 1758) and Hohenzollern: (7) Frederick II, King of Prussia (1712 - 1786) and Hohenzollern: (8) Prince Henry of Prussia (1726 - 1802) and Hohenzollern: (9) Frederick William II, King of Prussia (1744 - 1797) and Hohenzollern: (10) Frederick William III, King of Prussia (1770 - 1840) and Hohenzollern: (11) Frederick William IV, King of Prussia (1795 - 1861) and Hohenzollern: (12) William I, King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany (1797 - 1888) and Hohenzollern: (13) Augusta, Queen of Prussia and Empress of Germany (1811 - 1890) and Hohenzollern: (14) Frederick, Emperor of Germany (1831 - 1888) and Hohenzollern: (15) Victoria, Queen of Prussia and Empress of Germany (1840 - 1901) and Hohenzollern: (16) William II, King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany (1859 - 1941)

Spencer, Victor Albert Francis Charles (1864 - 1934), Prince of the Holy Roman Empire; Lord-in-Waiting, 1889–92; was one of the Conservative Whips in the House of Lords. 1st Class Red Eagle of Prussia, Crown of Italy, Orange of Nassau, Redeemer of Greece; Portuguese Order of Jesus Christ, 1st class; Order of Crown of Prussia, 1st class; JP Oxon and Leicesters

 

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(1490–1568).

The last Grand Master of the Teutonic Order and first Hohenzollern Duke of Prussia. He was converted to Protestantism and in 1525 succeeded in making Prussia a hereditary duchy. A strict form of Lutheranism was established in his dominions.

Subjects: Early Modern History (1500 to 1700).


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