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 Encyclopedia: Maximilian II Emanuel, elector of Bavaria
Maximilian II Emanuel ( July 11, 1662 - February 26, 1726) was a Wittelsbach ruler of Bavaria and an elector (''Kurf rst'') of the Holy Roman Empire.
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Bavaria was partitioned between Austria and the elector palatine, leading to bloody uprisings of the people against the Austrian imperial troops.
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 Bavaria
Elector of Bavaria as Maximilian IV Joseph (1799-1806); forced to enter war against France (1799) but signed separate peace (1801); sided with France against allied powers (1805); gained territory by Treaty of Pressburg (Dec. 1805) and by its terms assumed title of king (1806).
Son of Maximilian Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria; succeeded to electorate (1726); acceded to Pragmatic Sanction but nonetheless became claimant of Austrian inheritance; crowned emperor (1742) with aid of France and Prussia and largely as their puppet took part in War of Austrian Succession (1740-48) against Maria Theresa but died before its end.
Likewise at Frederick's request, the elector of Saxony, Frederick Augustus III (later king of Saxony as Frederick Augustus I), who had another claim to part of Bavaria, also protested.
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 Maximilian II Emanuel, elector of Bavaria - Directory featured Travel Information with Voyagenow
Maximilian II Emanuel, elector of Bavaria - Directory featured Travel Information with Voyagenow
Maximilian II Emmanuel Wittelsbach elector of Bavaria, was born in 1662 in Munich and died 1726 in Munich.
The uncle Joseph Clemens, elector and archbishop of Cologne saw to it, that Klemens August of Bavaria received several appointments in Alt-Oetting, diocese Regensburg and at the Prince-Bishopric Berchtesgaden and he soon received papal confirmation as bishop of Regensburg, later Cologne.
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 Maximilian I of Bavaria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Elector of Bavaria and Count Palatine of the Rhine, the Arch-Steward of the Empire on the extinction of the
At Vienna and afterwards Maximilian sturdily opposed any reconstitution of Germany which should endanger the independence of Bavaria, and it was his insistence on the principle of full sovereignty being left to the German reigning princes that largely contributed to the loose and weak organization of the new
Federal Act of the Vienna Congress was proclaimed in Bavaria, not as a law but as an international treaty.
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 Germany, the Stem Duchies & Marches
Bavaria was the only one of the Stem Duchies from the earliest days of the East Frankish Kingdom to end up preserving both its name and most of its territorial extent.
The Electors Frederick Augustus I and Frederick Augustus II were even elected Kings of Poland.
Bavaria is passed on to the Wittelsbachs, who hold it henceforth, actually all the way until 1918.
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 MAXIMILIAN II., KING OF BAVARIA - LoveToKnow Article on MAXIMILIAN II., KING OF BAVARIA
MAXIMILIAN I. (MAXIMILIAN JOSEPH) (1756-1825), king of Bavaria, was the son of the count palatine Frederick of Zwei-briicken-Birkenfeld, and was born on the 27th of May 1756.
At Vienna and afterwards Maximilian sturdily opposed any reconstitution of Germany which should endanger the indepen- dence of Bavaria, and it was his insistence on the principle of full sovereignty being left to the German reigning princes that argely contributed to the loose and weak organization of the new erman Confederation.
Maximilian was compelled to assent to the treaty of Arras in 1482 between the states of the Netherlands and Louis XI.
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 Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Not to be confused with King Maximilian I of Bavaria (1756-1825), prince-elector of Bavaria (as Maximilian IV Joseph).
Maximilian I, Elector and Duke of Bavaria and his second wife,
By this treaty it was agreed that Maximilian should retain the electoral dignity, which was made hereditary in his family; and the Upper Palatinate was incorporated with Bavaria.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: The Kingdom of Bavaria
(See AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN MONARCHY.) The Palatinate was united with Bavaria proper through its rulers; on the extinction (1778) of the younger (Bavarian) branch of the Wittelsbach line the elder (Palatinate) branch became the reigning house of electoral Bavaria.
Bavaria paid a bitter price for its new position in the devastations of the Thirty Years' War.
Bavaria is well supplied with institutions for the care of the sick, the crippled, children, and old people.
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 Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
By this treaty it was agreed that Maximilian should retain the electoral dignity, which was made hereditary in his family; and the Upper Palatinate was incorporated with Bavaria.
Bavaria was again ravaged, and the elector's forces defeated in May
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 HISTORY OF THE HOUSE OF WITTELSBACH - ROYAL HOUSE OF BAVARIA AND PRINCELY HOUSE OF LÖWENSTEIN
He was succ by his nephew Charles-Augustus (1746-1795), who died without issue and was succeeded as Duke of Zweibrücken by his brother Maximilian-Joseph (1756-1825), reigning Count of Rappolstein 1778, succ as Duke of Zweibrücken 1795, and Elector Palatine of Bavaria 1799.
Maximilian was elevated to the dignity of Elector of the Empire with the deprivation of that title from the Elector Palatine 25 Feb 1623 (this title restored by the Treaty of Westphalia 1648, increasing the number of Electors).
The primogeniture male line of the House of Wittelsbach, this branch descends from the m in 1471 of the Elector Palatine Friedrich I (b 1 Aug 1425; d 12 Dec 1476) to Klara Tott (called Dettin), dau of Erhard Tott, member of the council of the city of Augsburg (see above, under BAVARIA).
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 Bavaria
Elector of Bavaria as Maximilian IV Joseph (1799-1806); forced to enter war against France (1799) but signed separate peace (1801); sided with France against allied powers (1805); gained territory by Treaty of Pressburg (Dec. 1805) and by its terms assumed title of king (1806).
Son of Maximilian Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria; succeeded to electorate (1726); acceded to Pragmatic Sanction but nonetheless became claimant of Austrian inheritance; crowned emperor (1742) with aid of France and Prussia and largely as their puppet took part in War of Austrian Succession (1740-48) against Maria Theresa but died before its end.
Likewise at Frederick's request, the elector of Saxony, Frederick Augustus III (later king of Saxony as Frederick Augustus I), who had another claim to part of Bavaria, also protested.
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 Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Maximilian II Emanuel (July 11, 1662- February 26, 1726) was a Wittelsbach ruler of Bavaria and an elector (Kurfürst) of the Holy Roman Empire.
Bavaria was partitioned between Austria and the elector palatine, leading to bloody uprisings of the people against the Austrian imperial troops.
Emanuel's family became separated and his sons were held prisoners for several years in Austria, Klemens August being brought up by Jesuits.
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 Wittelsbach - Encyclopedia
Maximilian II Emanuel, elector of Bavaria (1662- 1726)
Elisabeth of Bavaria (1837 - 1898), Empress "Sisi" of Austria
Franz, Hereditarty Prince of Bavaria is recognised by the Jacobites as Francis II.
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 Ludwig I the Kelheimer WITTELSBACH - Stephan I of Bavaria WITTELSBACH
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/-William IV of Bavaria WITTELSBACH /-Albert V of Bavaria WITTELSBACH, Duke of Bavaria /-William V the Pious WITTELSBACH, Duke of Bavaria
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 Bavarian Royal Family
Maximilian's grandfather Duke Wilhelm von Birkenfeld-Gelnhausen (1752 - 1837) married Countess Marie Anne of Birkenfeld-Zweibruken (1753 - 1824) who was a sister of King Maximilian I of Bavaria (born Count of Birkenfeld-Zweibruken).
Maximilian was born Count Maximilian of Birkenfeld-Zweibruken, succeeding his brother as Duke of Zweibruken in 1795.
Ludwig was the last King of Bavaria, he was deposed by a communist uprising on 7/8 November 1918 and left for exile in Austria.
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 Maximilian_II_Emanuel,_elector_of_Bavaria
Bavaria was partitioned between Austria and the elector palatine, leading to bloody uprisings of the people against the Austrian imperial troops.
Ferdinand Maria, Elector of Bavaria, he inherited the elector's mantle while still a minor in 1679.
Wittelsbach ruler of Bavaria and an elector ( Kurfürst) of the
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 boys clothing: European royalty--Bavaria Maxamillian I Joseph
Maximilian was elevated in 1806 to King Maximilian I Joseph by Napoleon through the Treaty of Pressburg, in return for Bavaria's joining the French cause.
He was elevated in 1806 to King Maximilian I Joseph by Napoleon through the treaty of Pressburg,, in thanks for Bavaria's joining the French cause.
The king, formerly the Elector Maximilian I Joseph, assisted Napoleon in his wars, and in return received large additions of territory.
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 Flanders, Brittany, Burgundy, Anjou, Normandy, Blois, Champagne, Toulouse, etc.
Bavaria, allied with the French, was lost to the Elector Maximilian II for the rest of the war.
The Court of Mary and Maximilian was one of the jewels of the Renaissance; and the Burgundian knotty ("raguly") Cross ("saltire") of St. Andrew became a feature of flags in the Low Countries and later of Hapsburg Spain.
Maximilian, who moved to live with Mary in the Netherlands, held the Hapsburg lands of Austria, and then their son Philip married the heiress Joanna (Juana) of Spain.
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 Ferdinand Maria, elector of Bavaria biography .ms
He was the eldest son of Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria - whom he succeeded, and his second wife Maria Anne, daughter of the emperor emperor Ferdinand II.
He was succeeded by his son Maximilian II Emanuel, elector of Bavaria.
Ferdinand Maria, elector of Bavaria ( October 31, 1636 - May 26, 1679) was a Wittelsbach ruler of Bavaria and an elector ( Kurfürst) of the Holy Roman Empire from 1651 to 1679.
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 Lorsch.html
Maximilian of Bavaria's reward was control of the Palatinate, the title of Elector, and the powerbase from which he later achieved the title and status of Duke of Bavaria.
At the behest of Maximilian of Bavaria, legate Leo Allatius accompanied the fifty wagons that transported the contents of the library over the Alps under wartime conditions.
The powerful Catholic leader Maximilian of Bavaria presented the University of Heidelberg's library collection, including the "Palatina", to Pope Gregory XV.
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 HISTORY OF THE HOUSE OF WITTELSBACH - ROYAL HOUSE OF BAVARIA AND PRINCELY HOUSE OF LÖWENSTEIN
He was succ by his nephew Charles-Augustus (1746-1795), who died without issue and was succeeded as Duke of Zweibrücken by his brother Maximilian-Joseph (1756-1825), reigning Count of Rappolstein 1778, succ as Duke of Zweibrücken 1795, and Elector Palatine of Bavaria 1799.
Maximilian was elevated to the dignity of Elector of the Empire with the deprivation of that title from the Elector Palatine 25 Feb 1623 (this title restored by the Treaty of Westphalia 1648, increasing the number of Electors).
Their son Ludwig (b 29 Sep 1463; d 28 Mar 1524), legitimated by the subsequent marriage of his parents, was invested with the Lordship of Scharffeneck by Elector Philipp, and received the county of Löwenstein (near Heilbronn, Württemberg) 1488 and Lordship of Abstatt 1490; cr Reichsgraf (Count of the Holy Roman Empire) 27 Feb 1494.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Maximilian I
Maximilian, who since 1623 had been both Elector and ruler of the Upper Palatinate, implored Wallenstein, now once more the head of the imperial forces, for help in vain until he agreed to place himself and his army under Wallenstein's command.
The material benefits derived by Maximilian from his attitude in politics were meagre: the Electoral dignity, the office of Lord High Steward, and the Upper Palatinate.
Not only since then has Bavaria had the second place among the Catholic principalities of Germany, ranking next to Austria, but for centuries a strong bulwark was opposed to the advance of Protestantism, and the latter was, at times, even driven back.
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 fs11w10.txt
Maximilian of Bavaria sought this appointment, which would have enabled him to dictate to the Emperor, who, from a conviction of this, wished to procure the command for his eldest son, the King of Hungary.
Maximilian conducted the war as executor of the ban of the empire, and Tilly, who commanded the army of execution, was in the Bavarian service.
Lastly, by the cession of the Palatine Electorate to Bavaria, the Roman Catholic religion would obtain a decisive preponderance in the Electoral College, and secure a permanent triumph in Germany.
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 Sam Sloan's Big Combined Family Trees - pafg523 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Maximilian I, Elector Of BAVARIA [ Parents ] was born on 17 Apr 1573 in, Mhunchen, Oberbayern, Bavaria.
She married Maximilian I, Elector Of BAVARIA on 15 Jul 1635 in, Wien, Wien, Austria.
Maximilian, Duke Of BAVARIA was born on 30 Sep 1638 in, Mhunchen, Oberbayern, Bavaria.
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 Maximilian I on Encyclopedia.com
1756-1825, king (1806-25) and elector (1799-1806) of Bavaria as Maximilian IV Joseph.
With his minister, Maximilian von Montgelas, he carried out important social reforms and abolished most of the relics of feudalism in Bavaria.
At the Congress of Vienna (1814-15) Maximilian lost some of his territorial gains.
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 THE ROYAL MILITARY ORDER OF SAINT GEORGE FOR THE DEFENSE OF THE FAITH AND THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION (BAVARIA)
This foundation was first projected by Maximilian II Emmanuel, Elector of Bavaria (1662-1726), to provide for a means of honoring the nobility and recognizing distinguished military service.
By a new Constitution of 25 February 1827, Maximilian's son and successor, Ludwig I declared that the King (or Head of the Royal House) was always to be Grand Master, the Crown Prince the first Grand Prior and other Princes of the Bavarian Royal House second Grand Priors.
Maximilian's son, the Elector Karl-Albrecht (1697-1745), gave the new Order its title of " Order of the Holy Knight and Martyr Saint George and the Immaculate Conception of the Holy Virgin Mary " and its statutes on March 28, 1729 as a Military Order of Chivalry for Roman Catholic noblemen.
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 Decorations of the Kingdom of Bavaria
Bavaria was elevated to a kingdom and Elector Maximilian IV Joseph was proclaimed King of Bavaria as Maximilian I. The Bavarian Army joined Napoleon in his disastrous invasion of Russia and thousands of Bavarian soldiers died in the march on and retreat from Moscow.
The principle orders and decorations of the Kingdom of Bavaria for military personnel were, for officers, the Military Order of Maximilian Joseph and the Order of Military Merit and, for non-commissioned officers and enlisted personnel (including officer candidates), the gold and silver Military Merit Medals and the Military Merit Cross.
Duke Maximilian I of Bavaria (1597—1651) headed the Catholic League in the Thirty Years War.
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