Franz Wilhelm

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Prince Franz Wilhelm Of Prussia
... Prince Franz Wilhelm of Prussia (Franz Wilhelm Victor Christoph Stephan born 3 September 1943) is a German businessman and member of the House of Hohenzollern, the former ruling ... As a descendant of Wilhelm II, he is also a great-great-great-grandson of Queen Victoria and a fourth cousin of Charles, Prince of Wales ...
List Of State Leaders In 1760 - Europe
... Prime Minister of Great Britain (1754–1756, 1757–1762) Holy Roman Empire – Franz I, Holy Roman Emperor (1745–1765) Electors Bavaria ...
Meanings Of Minor Planet Names: 1001–1500
... and lakes † 1110 Jaroslawa 1928 PD Jarosław, Poland 1111 Reinmuthia 1927 CO Karl Wilhelm Reinmuth, German astronomer 1112 Polonia 1928 PE Latin for Poland 1113 Katja 1928 QC ... and Nobelist 1179 Mally 1931 FD Daughter-in-law of discoverer, wife of Franz Wolf (presumably Max Wolf's brother) 1180 Rita 1931 GE "A girl's name" 1181 Lilith 1927 CQ (Marie-Juliette Olga ... Saxe-Coburg and whose first director was Franz Xaver von Zach 1347 Patria 1931 VW Latin for "fatherland" 1348 Michel 1933 FD Michel Arend, older son of the discoverer 1349 Bechuana ...
Meanings Of Minor Planet Names: 501–1000
... occasion of her engagement (see also 631, above) 635 Vundtia 1907 ZS Wilhelm Wundt, German psychologist 636 Erika 1907 XP ( has no explanation) 637 Chrysothemis 1907 YE Chrysothemis, mythological ... Arabic storyteller in 1001 Nights 644 Cosima 1907 AA Cosima Wagner, daughter of Franz Liszt, Hungarian virtuoso pianist and composer, and second wife of German composer ... Wisibada 1911 MJ Wiesbaden, Germany, where the discoverer Franz Kaiser was born † 718 Erida 1911 MS Daughter of American astronomer Armin Otto Leuschner 719 Albert 1911 MT Baron Albert Salomon von Rothschild ...

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    —Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831)