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  Frederick IX of Denmark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frederick IX of Denmark (Christian Frederik Franz Michael Carl Valdemar Georg) (March 11, 1899 – January 14, 1972) was King of Denmark from April 20, 1947 until his death.
He was the son of King Christian X of Denmark and Queen Alexandrine, born Duchess of Mecklenburg.
Princess Margrethe (born 1940), later Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.
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 Frederick - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frederick is Friedrich in German, Fredrik in Swedish and Norwegian, Frederik in Danish, Dutch and Finnish, Fryderyk in Polish, Federico in Italian and Spanish, and Frédéric in French.
Frederick I of Austria (Babenberg), Duke of Austria from 1195-1198
Frederick I of Austria (Habsburg), the Handsome, (1286-1330), Duke of Austria and King of the Romans as Frederick (III).
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 THIRD GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
King FREDERICK IX of Denmark was born on 11 Mar 1899 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Princess Ingrid Victoria of Sweden was born on 28 Mar 1910 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Princess Benedikte* Astrid of Denmark was born on 29 Apr 1944 in Amalienborg Palace.
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 MSN Encarta - Denmark
Denmark is a constitutional monarchy, and succession to the throne is hereditary.
Queen Margrethe II succeeded to the throne on the death of her father, Frederick IX, in 1972.
Denmark is governed under a constitution adopted in 1953, which included a provision that for the first time permitted women to inherit the throne.
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 My Family
Frederick IX (King of Denmark) was born on 11 Mar 1899 in Sorgenfri (near Copenhagen), Denmark.
Frederick of Hesse-Cassel (Landgrave) was born in 1747.
Frederick VI of Hesse-Homburg (Landgrave) was born in 1769.
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 Margrethe II of Denmark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
She was born at Amalienborg Palace, Copenhagen, to Frederik IX and Princess Ingrid of Sweden.
On her eighteenth birthday, 16 April 1958, the Heiress Presumptive was given a seat in the Council of State, and the Princess subsequently chaired the meetings of the Council in the absence of The King.
Margaret II of Denmark Category:Danish monarchs Category:Knights of the Garter Category:House of Glücksburg Category:Queens regnant Margrethe cy:Margrethe II o Ddenmarc da:Margrethe 2.
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 Denmark on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Denmark's main exports are agricultural and industrial machinery, teak and oak furniture, meat, fish, and metals and metal manufactures; the chief imports are machinery, metals, motor vehicles, and fuels.
Denmark was involved in numerous wars with Sweden and other neighbors; the participation of Christian IV (reigned 1588-1648) in the Thirty Years War (1618-48) and the wars of Frederick III (reigned 1648-70) with Sweden caused Denmark to lose its hegemony in the north to Sweden.
Frederick III and Christian V (reigned 1670-99), aided by their minister Count Griffenfeld, were able to make the kingdom an absolute monarchy with the support of the peasants and townspeople.
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 King Frederik IX conducts: Classical CD Reviews-August 2000 Music on the Web(UK)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Probably King Frederik IX of Denmark was unique in the annals of royal patronage, in extending his love of music to a passion for conducting, as his favourite pastime.
Frederick the Great played the flute and was a decent composer and, of course, there is always King Porter who stomped a bit.
His parents too loved music, and young Frederick followed their tastes in his passion for a limited selection of composers, of whom Beethoven and Wagner were favourites then and remained so throughout his life.
www.musicweb-international.com /classrev/2000/aug00/king.htm   (913 words)

  
 Denmark - Atlapedia Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Denmark is a low lying country characterized by a mixture of glacial moraine deposits of clay, sand, gravel and limestone which form undulating plains with rolling hills that are interspersed with lakes.
Denmark also began a 10 year development program in Greenland which was to expand and modernize Greenland's fishing and food processing industries.
During 1991 Denmark was one of the first western nations to establish diplomatic relations with the newly independent Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania while an agreement was reached with Sweden on the construction of a bridge and a rail-road tunnel link between the two countries by the end of the century.
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 boys clothing: European royalty -- Denmark
Frederick was born in 1808 during the height of the Napoleonic era.
Frederick was born in 1843, son of Christian IX, was born in Copenhagen and educated at Oxford University.
Frederick the Crown Prince was born in 1898.
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 Princess Benedikte of Denmark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Princess Benedikte of Denmark (Benedikte Astrid Ingeborg Ingrid), born in Copenhagen 29 April 1944, is the second daughter of King Frederik IX of Denmark and Queen Ingrid.
She is the younger sister of the current reigning Queen of Denmark, Margrethe II.
Her godparents were King Christian X of Denmark, Prince Gustav of Denmark, King Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden, Count Sigvard Bernadotte af Wisborg, Sir Alexander Ramsay, Queen Alexandrine of Denmark, Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain, Princess Caroline-Mathilde of Denmark, Princess Margaretha of Denmark, and Princess Ingeborg of Sweden.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Denmark
The external constitution of the Church in Denmark was settled definitely in 1104, when the country was separated from the metropolitan See of Hamburg-Bremen, and its seven bishops were subordinated to the Archbishop of Lund as primate.
In 1539 John Bugenhagen came to Denmark with the avowed purpose of establishing a new liturgy and to consecrate Lutheran bishops.
In the former kingdom Charles Knutsson was raised to the throne; in Denmark and in Norway Count Christian of Oldenburg, the husband of Christopher's widow, and with him the house of Oldenburg, succeeded to the sovereignty.
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 Christian IX - Britannica Concise
Christian IX - Danish king who came to the throne at the height of a crisis over Schleswig-Holstein in 1863 and who later resisted the advance of full parliamentary government in Denmark.
Frederick IX - king of Denmark (1947–72) who gave encouragement to the Danish resistance movement against the German occupation during World War II and, along with his father, Christian X, was imprisoned by the Germans (1943–45).
Frederick VIII - king of Denmark in 1906–12.
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 Christian X of Denmark -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Christian X of Denmark (Christian Carl Frederik Albert Alexander Vilhelm) (September 26, 1870 – April 20, 1947) was King of Denmark from 1912 to 1947 and of Iceland between 1918 and 1944.
The immediate cause was a conflict between the king and the cabinet over the reunification with Denmark of Schleswig, a former Danish fiefdom, which had been lost to Prussia during the Second War of Schleswig.
As Denmark had been operating as a constitutional monarchy since a previous crisis in 1901, Zahle felt he was under no obligation to comply.
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 24TH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
King Frederick IX of DENMARK was born in 1899 in Denmark - son of Christian X.
She died in Denmark - wife of Frederick.
Queen Margarethe II of DENMARK Queen of Denmark.
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 AllRefer.com - Frederick IX, king of Denmark (Scandinavian History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Frederick IX, king of Denmark, Scandinavian History, Biographies
Frederick IX 1899–1972, king of Denmark (1947–72), son and successor of Christian X. He married (1935) Princess Ingrid of Sweden.
Because he did not have a son the constitution was amended in 1953 to allow for a female heir to the throne; Frederick was succeeded by his daughter, Queen Margaret II.
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 My Family
Christian VIII (King of Denmark) was born on 18 Sep 1786 in Christiansborg (near Copenhagen), Denmark.
Parents: Frederick VIII (King of Denmark) and Louise of Sweden.
Dagmar of Denmark (Tsarina) was born in 1847.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Frederick IX
Frederick IX (1899-1972), king of Denmark (1947-1972), son and successor of King Christian X, born near Copenhagen.
Frederick II (Holy Roman Empire), Germany, Federal Republic of
Christian IX (1818-1906), king of Denmark (1863-1906), a direct descendant of Christian III through the Glücksburg line.
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 Timeline Denmark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Denmark recognized the independence of Sweden in the Peace of Stettin.
She was born Ingrid Victoria Sofie Louise Margaretha at the royal castle in Stockholm as the daughter of King Gustaf VI Adolf.
2006 Feb 11, Denmark said it has temporarily withdrawn its ambassadors from Syria, Iran and Indonesia because their safety was at risk in the wake of a Danish newspaper's publication of drawings of the Prophet Muhammad.
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 FOURTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
King CHRISTIAN X of Denmark was born on 26 Sep 1870 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin was born on 24 Dec 1879 in Schwerin.
She died on 28 Dec 1952 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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 I2798: Frederick IX (King of Denmark) (1899 - 1972)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
--Frederick IX Frederick IX (1899-1972), king of Denmark (1947-72), son and successor of King Christian X, born near Copenhagen.
Frederick was educated at the Danish Naval Academy and the University of Copenhagen.
During the German occupation of Denmark in World War II, Frederick was virtually interned in the palace.
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 Danish Royal Family
Christian was formally Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg and became King of Denmark on 15 November 1863 following the death of his childless second cousin King Frederik VII of Denmark.
A Plebiscite was held to agree the new Constitution, the vote on 28 May 1953 approved it by a large majority, with 1,181,173 votes in favour and 318,075 against.
Frederik's brother Prince Knud of Denmark who up until the change in the Constitution as next in line to the succession was not seen as a suitable Monarch.
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 Margaret II
The oldest daughter of King Frederick IX and Queen Ingrid (the daughter of King Gustavus VI of Sweden), Princess Margrethe's right to the throne was established (1953) through a new constitution that allowed female succession.
Upon the death of her father in 1972, Margrethe became Denmark's first ruling queen since Margaret I, who had reigned in the late 14th and early 15th cent.
Frederick IX, king of Denmark - Frederick IX, 1899–1972, king of Denmark (1947–72), son and successor of Christian X. Denmark: Kings and Queens - Harold Bluetooth, king of Denmark (935–c.
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 Frederick IX --  Encyclopædia Britannica
king of Denmark (1947–72) who gave encouragement to the Danish resistance movement against the German occupation during World War II and, along with his father, Christian X, was imprisoned by the Germans (1943–45).
For his efforts to unify the German states and for his opposition to the Roman popes, the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I became a legendary German hero and a symbol of national unity.
Frederick II of Sicily, emperor of Germany, freed Jerusalem by peaceful negotiation.
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 I7179: Frederick Of Denmark (1753 - 1805)
Descendants of Frederick Of Denmark and Sophia Frederica of Mecklenburg-
4 Dagmar Of Denmark = Tsar Alexander III Romanov
5 Thyra Amelia Caroline Of Denmark = Ernest Augustus Duke Of Cumberland
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 Pedigree of Frederick IX of Denmark King-[224] from the Raff Family History Site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
King of Denmark (1947--72), born near Copenhagen, the son of Christian X. He married Ingrid, the daughter of King Gustav VI Adolf of Sweden, in 1935, and they had three daughters, Margrethe (later Queen Margrethe II), Benedikte, and Anne-Marie, who married the former King Constantine II of Greece.
During World War 2, Frederick encouraged the Danish resistance movement, and was imprisoned by the Germans (1943--5).
Frederick married Ingrid Victoria of Sweden Princess-[225] [MRIN:100] on 24 May 1935 in Storkyrkan, Stockholm, Sweden.
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 Frederick IX, king of Denmark
Frederick IX Frederick IX, 1899–1972, king of Denmark (1947–72), son and successor of Christian X. He married (1935) Princess Ingrid of Sweden.
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 Denmark: Kings and Queens
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Frederick IV, king of Denmark and Norway (1699–1730)
Frederick VI, king of Denmark (1808–39) and Norway (1808–14)
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 Ole Hansen
Ole Hansen was known as both the "King's Tattooer" and the "Tattooer's King," referring to the work he did on His Majesty Frederick IX, King of Denmark.
Ole went to sea at the tender age of 14 and started tattooing 4 years later.
During World War II he fought in Europe and North Africa, tattooing all the while from a portable outfit.
www.tattooarchive.com /history/hansen_ole.htm   (150 words)

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