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Elisabeth Ludovika, Prinzessin von Bayern (* 13. November 1801 in München; † 14. Dezember 1873 in Dresden) war als Gemahlin Friedrich Wilhelms IV. Königin vonPreußen.

X Prinzessin Viktoria Luise Adelheid Mathilde Charlotte von Preußen, Herzogin zu Braunschweig-Lüneburg, Prinzessin von Hannover, Prinzessin von Großbritannien und Irland (* 13. September 1892 im Marmorpalais zu Potsdam; † 11. Dezember 1980 inHannover), war siebtes und jüngstes Kind sowie einzige Tochter Kaiserin Auguste Viktoriasund Kaiser Wilhelms II.

Prinzessin Sophie Dorothea Ulrike Alice von Preußen VA (* 14. Juni 1870 im Neuen Palais zu Potsdam; † 13. Januar 1932 in Frankfurt am Main) war durch Heirat Kronprinzessin von Griechenland und von 1913 bis 1917 sowie erneut von 1920 bis 1922Königin der Hellenen. Tochter Friedrichs III. und Viktoria. Schwester Wilhelms II.

Queen Elizabeth Woodville. Wife of Edward IV, mother of Elizabeth of York, Henry VIII's grandmother.

The chapel where Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville were married.| Church of St Mary the Virgin, Grafton Regis | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Tewkesbury Abbey by Colin'sPic's, via Flickr. After the Battle of Tewkesbury in the Wars of the Roses on 4 May 1471, some of the defeated Lancastrians sought sanctuary in the abbey, but the victorious Yorkists, led by King Edward IV, forced their way into the abbey, and the resulting bloodshed caused the building to be closed for a month until it could be purified and re-consecrated.

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SHEILD OF HENRY II OF FRANCE ~ KING TO QUEEN ELEANOR OF AQUITAINE / MY GREAT (ETC) GRANDPARENTS

Prince Wilhelm of Prussia (Wilhelm Friedrich Franz Joseph Christian Olaf, in English, William Frederick Francis Joseph Christian Olaf; 4 July 1906 – 26 May 1940) was the eldest child and son of Crown Prince Wilhelm of Germany and Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. At his birth, he was second in line to the German throne, and was expected to one day succeed to the throne after the deaths of his father and grandfather, both of whom ultimately outlived him.

Eleventh century Viking brooch with an Urnes style dragon design. From Vaga, Oppland, Norway. From the collection at the British Museum, London.

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