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eBook Christian 8., Konge af Danmark, Konge af Norge (Danish Edition) ePub

by Henning Dehn-Nielsen

  • ISBN: 8711131918
  • Category: Foreign Language Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Henning Dehn-Nielsen
  • Language: Danish
  • Publisher: Sesam (1999)
  • ePub book: 1658 kb
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By (author) Henning Dehn-Nielsen. Format Book 216 pages. Publication date 01 Jan 1999.

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Start your family tree now. Christian II af Danmark og Norge von Oldenburg, Konge af Danmark og Norge, Kung av Sverige's Geni Profile. Contact profile manager. Konge:Danmark-Norge 1513-1523 samt Kung av Sverige 1520-1523, Roi de Danemark et Norváege, King of Denmark (1513-23) and Sweden (1520-21), Herzog von Schleswig-Holstein (1513-23), Unionskung -1523, Christian II of Denmark. Managed by: Günther Kipp.

Christian . Konge af Danmark, Konge af Norge. 8711131918 (ISBN13: 9788711131916).

I denne bog giver historikeren Henning Dehn-Nielsen en indgående skildring af kongens liv fra hans fødsel tre år før den franske revolution og frem til hans død i skøbneåret 1848 efter kun godt 8 år på den danske trone. Christian .

Konge af Danmark (2016). Photography : Jean Gaumy. Organ Preparation : Ove Nielsen. item 1 Konge af Danmark - Musical Europe at the Court of Christian IV -Konge af Danmark - Musical Europe at the Court of Christian IV. £. 1. Liner Note Translation : Charles Johnston. Recording Producer : Pascal Dubreuil. item 2 Les Witches : Konge Af Danmark: Musical Europe at the Court of Christian IV CD -Les Witches : Konge Af Danmark: Musical Europe at the Court of Christian IV CD. 6. item 3 Didier Martin - Konge af Danmark -Didier Martin - Konge af Danmark.

Henning Dehn-Nielsen. Published 1999 by Sesam in København. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Christian . Konge af Danmark, Konge af Norge from your list? Christian . by Henning Dehn-Nielsen. Kings and rulers, Biography.

Christian 7 Konge af Danmark was born on month day 1749, at birth place, to Frederik d, 5 af Danmark og Norge and Lovise Dronning af Danmark (born af Storbritaninen). Frederik was born on March 31 1723, in Københavns Slot. Lovise was born on December 7 1724, in Leicester House, London, England. Christian had 11 siblings: Christian Kronprins af Danmark, Sofie Magdalene Dronning af Sverige (born prinsesse af Danmark og Norge) and 9 other siblings. Christian married Caroline Mathilda Caroline Mathilde (born Droning af Danmark og Norge) on month day 1766, at age 17 at marriage place.

English: Christian IV (1577–1648), king of Denmark and Norway. Français : Christian IV (né le 12 avril 1577 à Frederiksborg - mort le 28 février 1648 à Copenhague), roi de Danemark et de Norvège, fils de Frédéric II et de Sophie de Mecklenburg, succéda au trône de Danemark et de Norvège à la mort de son père le 4 avril 1588, n'atteignant sa majorité que le 17 août 1596.

The second son of the future Frederick VIII of Denmark and Louise of Sweden, Prince Carl was educated at the Royal Danish . He became King of Norway when his grandfather, Christian IX was still reigning in Denmark; and before his father and older brother became kings of Denmark.

The second son of the future Frederick VIII of Denmark and Louise of Sweden, Prince Carl was educated at the Royal Danish Naval Academy and served in the Royal Danish Navy. After the 1905 dissolution of the union between Sweden and Norway, Prince Carl was offered the Norwegian crown. During his reign he saw his father, his elder brother Christian X, and his nephew Frederick IX ascend the throne of Denmark, in 1906, 1912, and 1947 respectively.