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  SEVENTEENTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Louisa of ENGLAND Queen of Denmark was born in 1724 in England - dtr of George II.
She was married to King Frederick V of DENMARK (son of King Christian VI of DENMARK and NORWAY and Sophia Magdalena of KULMBACK-BAYREUTH Queen of Denmark and Norway) in 1743.
King Frederick V of DENMARK was born in 1723 in Denmark son of Christian VI.
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 Drew Spencer Family Tree - aqwg154
Christian VII King of Denmark [Parents] was born 29 Jan 1748/1749 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Christian VI King of Denmark [Parents] was born 10 Dec 1699 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Christian VI King of Denmark was born 10 Dec 1699 and died 6 Aug 1746.
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 Frederick V of Denmark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frederick V (March 31, 1723 – January 13, 1766) was king of Denmark and Norway from 1746, son of Christian VI of Denmark and Sophia Magdalen of Brandenburg-Kulmbach.
She was mother to Luise Caroline, Princess of Hesse-Kassel and grandmother of the future Christian IX of Denmark.
Hereditary Prince Frederick of Denmark and Norway who was, in his turn, father of King Christian VIII of Denmark and grandfather of Louise of Hesse, the future queen of Denmark.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Frederick_V_of_Denmark   (448 words)

  
 Denmark : In Depth : History | Frommers.com
Historians conclude that Denmark was a land of frequent migrations, frequent annihilations of one tribal unit by another, and frequent changeovers of the racial texture of the peninsula as one tribe of people was either annihilated or ousted by others.
Part of Denmark's military and mercantile success derived from the general weakness of the German states to the south; part of it was because of a population explosion within Denmark, which increased the pressure for colonization.
Denmark, thanks to its control of the narrow straits near Copenhagen, its ownership of such Baltic islands as Ösel and Gotland, and, in the Atlantic, its control of Iceland and the Faroe Islands, could be accused of being far more imperial than its size, and present-day pacifism, would imply.
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 Denmark
Located between the North Sea on the west and the Baltic Sea on the southeast, Denmark is separated from Norway by the Skagerrak and from Sweden by the Kattegat and the Oresund.
In 1448 the house of Oldenburg was established on the throne in the person of Christian I. During the reign (1534-59) of Christian III, the reformation brought the establishment of a national Lutheran church.
In 1814, Denmark, which had sided with Napoleonic France after British attacks on Copenhagen in 1801 and 1807, was forced to cede Norway to Sweden and Helgoland to England.
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 Christian VI of Denmark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Christian VI (30 November 1699 - 6 August 1746) was King of Denmark and Norway from 1730.
Personally, Christian VI was a puritan of simple habits, and a man with a tendency to shun human society.
On his passing in 1746, Christian VI was interred in Roskilde Cathedral.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Christian_VI_of_Denmark   (566 words)

  
 All the Kings of Denmark
Maria was daughter of Henrik III, Duke of Mecklenburg and Ingeborg of Denmark (older sister of Margrete).
Heir to the Danish throne in 1455, heir to the Swedish and Norwegian thrones in 1458.
Christian was chosen, because he was married to Christian VIII's niece, and he was also a descendant in the male line to some of the early Kings from the House of Oldenburg.
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 boys clothing: European royalty -- Denmark
By his father, he was a direct descendant of King Christian III of Denmark and his mother was a granddaughter of King Frederik V. Prince Christian studied at the Militar Academy of Cophenagen and he entered the Danish army in 1837.
Christian mairred Princess Louise Wilhelmina of Hesse-Casselin 1842.
Frederick was born in 1843, son of Christian IX, was born in Copenhagen and educated at Oxford University.
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 History
England declared war on Denmark; Denmark lost and as a stipulation of the Treaty of Kiel, 1814, Holstein was lost to the German Confederation; The King of Denmark still retained control of Schleswig
Denmark initiated the war by ignoring the terms of the Treaty of London (1852).
Denmark was defeated and the King of Denmark lost Schleswig to Prussia and Holstein to Austria
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 U.S. Took Ownership of the Virgin Islands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
After the French sold the islands to Denmark in 1733, the Danish military took up residence on St. Croix and, using the captured leaders of a local fl slave revolt, began work on a fortification.
Denmark's policy during the American Revolution was not to take sides.
However, special interests in both Denmark and the West Indies often caused that policy to be violated.
www.americaslibrary.gov /cgi-bin/page.cgi/jb/jazz/virgin_2   (161 words)

  
 Royalty.nu - Danish Royalty, Kings and Queens of Denmark
The first royal house of Denmark was established in the 10th century by a Viking king called Gorm the Old.
In 1397, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden formed the Kalmar Union under Margaret I. Born a Danish princess, she had married King Haakon VI of Norway.
Christian IV was king of Denmark and Norway from 1588 to 1648.
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 Oldenburg 3
Louise Augusta, *Horsholm 7.7.1771, +Augustenburg 13.1.1843; m.Christiansborg 27.5.1786 Friedrich Christian, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg (*Augustenburg 28.9.1765, +Augustenburg 14.6.1814)
Frederik FERDINAND, Hereditary Pr of Denmark, *København 22.11.1792, +København 29.6.1863; m.Frederiksborg 1.8.1829 Pss Caroline of Denmark (*18.10.1793 +30.3.1881)
Friederika Amalia, *København 11.4.1649, +Kiel 30.10.1704; m.Glückstadt 24.10.1667 Duke Christian Albrecht of Holstein-Gottorp (*3.2.1641 +27.12.1694)
genealogy.euweb.cz /oldenburg/oldenburg3.html   (1658 words)

  
 Titles of European hereditary rulers
Margaret was the daughter of Valdemar IV, King of Denmark, and the widow of Haakon VI, King of Norway and Sweden.
Margaret (+1412), Regent of Denmark (from 1375), of Norway (from 1380), and of Sweden (from 1389), by diplomacy and war, pursued dynastic policies that led to the Kalmar Union (1397), which united Denmark, Norway, and Sweden until 1523 and Denmark and Norway until 1814.
Christian II was forced to flee to the Netherlands and did not launch a campaign to regain his kingdom until 1531, when he invaded Norway.
www.geocities.com /eurprin/denmark.html   (4561 words)

  
 denmark social information -- denmark social   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Dharma Korsgaard, Denmark, Social educator In the training I have enjoyed deep, playful and intimate meetings with friends, with whom I have experienced pure magic and with whom I have explored so...
Hunting in Denmark is a Social Affair, 1992 By Paul Jensen Small Munsterlander News, 21 March & 28 July 1993 By chance, I had an opportunity to participate -- as a spectator -- in a hunt in Denmark...
But Denmark's social policies and its style of government are distinctly Scandinavian: social benefits and the standard of living are high, and its politics are very much that of consensus.
www.faikdenmark.info /denmarksocial   (947 words)

  
 Today in History: March 31
Lying about 65 kilometers east of Puerto Rico at the end of the Greater Antilles, the U.S. purchased the islands from Denmark for $25 million because of their strategic location in relation to the Panama Canal.
Denmark kept a policy of strict neutrality in foreign affairs during the years of the American Revolution.
However, special interests in both Denmark and in the West Indies often circumvented that policy.
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 Congresswoman Donna Christian-Christensen - Virgin Islands - History and Geography
It was in keeping with this general European trend that Denmark chartered the West Indian Company and established its first colony in St. Thomas in the second half of the 17th century, before expanding its control to St. John, and buying St. Croix from the French in 1733.
The islands enjoyed a golden age of commerce and development due to Denmark’s policy of neutrality plus the granting of liberal trading laws.
It took over fifty years of negotiations between Denmark and the United States beginning with the Civil War of 1861, before a purchase agreement was reached on March 31, 1917.
www.house.gov /christian-christensen/vi_history.htm   (706 words)

  
 Frederik V King of Denmark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
29 Jan 1749 - Christian VII King of Denmark
30 Jan 1750 - Luise Princess of Denmark
11 Oct 1763 - Frederik Prince of Denmark
www.american-pictures.com /genealogy/persons/per02253.htm   (25 words)

  
 california denmark information -- california denmark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Hansen came to California from Denmark in 1865 and established a farm in Alameda County.
California and Denmark, which have the longest experience in the field of wind power, no longer bank on wind for their future.
Flag of Denmark Flag Ratio: 28:37 The national flag of Denmark is more commonly known as the...
www.faikdenmark.info /californiadenmark   (1197 words)

  
 Disco Bay Tourist Service, Qasigiannguit, Greenland. History
The ruins can still be seen today in the south east of the town.
The town (Christianshåb in Danish), named after King Christian VI of Denmark, was the first colony in northern Greenland.
Qasigiannguit, as the town is now known, means "the small, colourful seals" - a species of seal previously common in the area, which, together with whaling, formed the basis of existence for the local population.
www.greenland-guide.gl /qasigiannguit-tourist/history.htm   (157 words)

  
 Denmark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Flag of Prince Henrik of Denmark (married to the Queen)
Cyphers on flags of Frederik IV (1699-1730), Christian VI (1730-1746) and Frederik V (1746-1766)
Christian VII (1766-1808), Frederik VI (1808-1839), Christian VIII (1839-1848)
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 History
The French sold the island to Denmark in 1733.
Thomas became the trade center because of its great harbor, and St. Croix was developed for agriculture.
The Danes constructed Christiansted in 1735, named for King Christian VI of Denmark, and Frederiksted in 1752 for King Frederik V of Denmark.
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 New List Owner Account   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Christian eMail Service provides a service to the Christian Community by providing free electronic mail distribution services to its members.
Christian eMail Service may only be used for opt-in lists; the Subscribers must voluntarily assent to be included in your list or lists.
Using the Christian eMail Service to send out messages to email addresses which you have purchased or otherwise obtained without the consent of the subscribers is a violation of your account privileges and will result in suspension of your access to Christian eMail Service.
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 AllRefer.com - Denmark, Scandinavia (Scandinavian Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Danmark, officially Kingdom of Denmark, kingdom (1995 est.
Copenhagen is Denmark's capital, largest city, and chief industrial center.
• Frederick VI, king of Denmark and Norway
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 Christian missions history time line -- key people, events, locations and movements
He had arrived "bearing the sacred books, braving difficulties and dangers." Christianity was described as "The Illustrious Religion," and the text included a doctrinal overview and a list of Christian worship practices and ethics.
A ferocious persecution of Christians had been when this is reported to the authorities.
It was supported by four missions: the Northern Baptists, the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the Methodists, and the Presbyterians.
home.snu.edu /~hculbert/line.htm   (12873 words)

  
 Discovering Ancient Egypt
When Egypt became a Christian country in the early centuries AD, the ancient monuments suffered defacement: the figures of deities and the accompanying inscriptions on the temple walls were destroyed by the people who now believed that they were idolatrous.
His expedition, sent by the King of Denmark, Christian VI, only reached Derr in Nubia, but Norden was able to publish in his Voyage (1755) a detailed description of Egypt, with excellent and accurate plans and drawings of the monuments.
Coptic played an important role in early Christianity in Egypt: it was the medium for the translation of biblical texts and was still used as the language of the Christian inhabitants of Egypt long after the Arab invasion in the 7th century AD, when Arabic became the official language of the country.
www.uwm.edu /Course/egypt/0100/discoverersA.html   (9941 words)

  
 Denmark
Apr 1016 - 8 Jun 1042 Denmark in personal union with England.
Note: Inside Denmark itself, the different resistance groups were united, in 1943, into the Freedom Council.
However, Scavenius and his government constitutionally still were Denmark's government until 1945.
www.worldstatesmen.org /Denmark.html   (2445 words)

  
 Merry Christmas from Denmark!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Here we are in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, home of the famous Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen.
In Denmark, it is a very old belief that a visitor who leaves without being fed may carry the Yule spirit away from the house.
Thus, every Danish kitchen buzzes with activity and is filled with the smells of sweets and spices in the weeks before Christmas and a recipe given by a Danish housewife will yield three or four hundred cookies.
www.nanjay.com /DillyDoodles/Christmas/MerryDenmark.htm   (570 words)

  
 Christiansted National Historic Site - People (U.S. National Park Service)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
A latecomer in the European race for colonies and profits in the New World, Denmark occupied the uninhabited West Indian (Caribbean) islands of St.
The new town, named Christiansted (“Christian’s Place”) in honor of King Christian VI of Denmark-Norway, was envisioned to rival Christiania (later Olso, Norway) in size.
The town was laid out according to the grid system, and benefiting from a early building code (1747).
www.nps.gov /chri/historyculture/people.htm   (667 words)

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