Frederick William II may refer to:
- Frederick William II, Duke of Saxe-Altenburg (1603–1669)
- Frederick William II of Prussia (1744–1797), King of Prussia from 1786
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... Elector Palatine) The Duke of Magdeburg (Frederick William II, also King of Prussia) The Count Palatine of Kaiserslautern (Charles Theodore, also Elector Palatine ...
... on Prussian policy, both under Frederick the Great and Frederick William II ... raisonné sur la conduite des tours de Vienne et de Saxe, based on the secret papers taken by Frederick the Great from the archives of Dresden ... In the later years, too, of Frederick the Great's reign, Hertzberg played a considerable part in foreign policy ...
... On 1 January 1685 in Augustenburg, Frederick Louis married Louise Charlotte of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg, daughter of Ernest Günther, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenbur. 24 November 1685 - 25 December 1761) Frederick William II, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Beck (18 June 1687 - 11 November 1749) Prince Frederick. 15 March 1700 - 19 July 1785) Frederick Louis was succeeded as duke by his eldest son, Frederick William II (1687–1749) (whose only son, Duke Frederick William III ...
... Frederick William II (Weimar, 12 February 1603 – Altenburg, 22 April 1669), was a duke of Saxe-Altenburg ... He was the youngest son of Frederick William I, Duke of Saxe-Weimar, and Anna Maria of the Palatinate-Neuburg, his second wife ... Shortly after his birth, Frederick William II and his older brothers inherited Saxe-Altenburg as co-rulers under the guardianship of the Electors of Saxony ...
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