Charles August

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Charles August, Crown Prince Of Sweden - Legacy and Aftermath
... A monument to Charles August was commissioned by Prince Frederik of Hesse and erected in 1810 in the royal park at Bygdøy near Oslo ... in his honour, and a group of wealthy citizens formed the charitable foundation Prinds Christian Augusts Minde ... A street in Oslo, Kristian Augusts gate, was named after him in 1852 ...
Charles II August, Duke Of Zweibrücken - Bavarian Claims
... His Wittelsbach cousin Charles Theodore, then Elector Palatine, was his heir ... Charles II August was the heir to the Wittelsbach territories of Zweibrucken (his own duchy), the duchies of Neuborg, Sulzbach, Julich, and Berg, in addition to the electorates of the ... Charles Theodore's preferred the Palatinate and therefore tried to exchange parts of the Bavarian inheritance with Emperor Joseph in return for parts of the Austrian Netherlands ...
Karlsberg Castle - Historical Situation
... Charles II August was the son of the (titular) Count Palatine and prince of Palatinate-Zweibrücken and Palatinate-Birkenfeld-Bischweiler Frederick Michael ... His upbringing as the son of an unimportant poor prince did not give Charles II August the chance to build a castle of European standing ... Charles August became his successor ...
War Of The Bavarian Succession - Contenders - Heir Presumptive
... Unbeknownst to either Charles Theodore or Joseph, a widow—historians are uncertain which widow—opened secret negotiations with Prussia to secure the eventual ... assert it was not Max Joseph's widow but Max Joseph's sister, who was also Charles August's mother-in-law ... Charles August was no great admirer of Joseph's ...

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