The Elector of Cologne was usually a Roman Catholic, with the exception of Hermann V von Wied (Lutheran, 1542–1546) and Gebhard Truchsess von Waldburg (Reformed 1582–1588). Secular [ edit ] The Elector of Bohemia , who was also ruler of the lands of the Austrian Circle (primarily as the Archduke of Austria ) and the King of Hungary from 1526, was usually a Roman Catholic.
Wilhelm and Hermine were fourth cousins once removed through mutual descent from Louis IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt and fifth cousins through common descent from King George II of Great Britain. In 1927, Hermine wrote An Empress in Exile: My Days in Doorn , an account of her life until then.
Son of John II. Left no descendants. Simmern returned to the Electorate. Simmern briefly annexed to the Electoral Palatinate (1598–1610) Regency of Anna of Hesse, William IV, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel and Louis VI, Elector Palatine (1569-1574) Children of Wolfgang, divided the land: John received Zweibrücken;
Princess Marie Alexandra of Baden (1 August 1902 – 29 January 1944); married Prince Wolfgang of Hesse, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel, son of Prince Frederick Charles of Hesse-Kassel, designated King of Finland, and Princess Margaret of Prussia; no issue. Marie Alexandra was killed in a bombing of Frankfurt by the Allies of World War II.
腓特烈·威廉·维克托·阿尔贝特·冯·普鲁士（德語： Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albert von Preußen ，1859年1月27日－1941年6月3日），史称威廉二世（德語： Wilhelm II ），末代德意志皇帝兼普鲁士国王，1888年至1918年在位。
(Rudolf II. der Blinde) 1307: 12 March 1356 – 6 December 1370: 6 December 1370: Saxe-Wittenberg and Electorate of Saxony: Elisabeth of Hesse Before 8 May 1336 one child: Left no descendants. Wenceslaus I: 1337: 6 December 1370 – 15 May 1388: 15 May 1388: Saxe-Wittenberg and Electorate of Saxony: Cecilia da Carrara 23 January 1376 six ...
81st (1st Kurhessian) Infantry "Landgrave Frederick I of Hesse-Cassel" 5 December 1813: Frankfurt am Main: XVIII Army Corps: 82nd (2nd Kurhessian) Infantry: 30 November 1813: Göttingen: XI Army Corps: 83rd (3rd Kurhessian) Infantry "von Wittich" 22 November 1813: Kassel, Arolsen: XI Army Corps: 84th (Schleswig) Infantry "von Manstein" 27 ...