Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen

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During the reign of Carol II of Romania his son, Michael (Michael I of Romania), was styled "Măria Sa (M.S.) Marele Voievod de Alba Iulia" or the English translation "His Grace (H.G.) The Grand Voievod of Alba Iulia". This was done because being a former King, Michael could not be styled again Crown Prince, so his father solved the problem with this agreement. Styles The Romanian original is: ''Majestatea Sa (M.S.) N.N., Regele Românilor'' (or ''Maiestatea Sa (M.S


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The '''head of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen''' is a pretender to the titles of: * Prince (Fürst) of Hohenzollern * Burgrave (Burggraf) of Nuremberg * Count (Graf) of Hohenzollern * Count (Graf) of Sigmaringen * Count (Graf) of Veringen * Count (Graf) of Bergh (Land van den Bergh) * Lord (Herr) of Haigerloch * Lord (Herr) of Wehrstein The '''first degree descendants''' of the head of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen born within holy matrimony and in good standing

is a pretender to the titles of: * Prince or Princess (Prinz or Prinzessin) of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen * Prince or Princess (Prinz or Prinzessin) of Hohenzollern Styles The German original is: ''Seine Durchlaucht (S.D.) '' name '' von Gottes Gnaden, Fürst von Hohenzollern, Burggraf von Nürnberg, Graf zu Sigmaringen, Veringen und Berg, Herr zu Haigerloch und Wehrstein'' The English translation is: ''His Serene Highness (H.S.H.) '' name '' by the Grace of God, Prince


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to a kingdom (monarchy) and Prince Carol became King (Monarch) Carol I. In 1866, the German prince Carol I (Carol I of Romania) (Charles or Karl) of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen was appointed as Domnitor—Prince—of the Principality of Romania. In 1877, Romania declared independence from the Ottoman Empire and, following a Russian-Romanian-Turkish war, its independence was recognized by the Treaty of Berlin, 1878, making it the first independent national state in the eastern half of Europe. Following the war Romania acquired Dobruja in its southeast, but it was forced by Russia to cede the Southern Bessarabian territory to Russia "in exchange" for the access to the ports at the Black Sea. Prince Carol I was proclaimed the first King of Romania on March 26, 1881. * Christopher of Hohenzollern-Haigerloch (Christopher, Count of Hohenzollern-Haigerloch) (1552–1592) In this way, the counties of Hohenzollern-Hechingen, Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, and Hohenzollern-Haigerloch were established. Haigerloch fell to Sigmaringen in 1767; Hechingen and Sigmaringen were reunited only when they were ceded to Prussia (Kingdom of Prussia) in 1849 1850, thereafter the Province of Hohenzollern. According to the succession provisions of the Romanian kingdom's last democratically approved monarchical constitution of 1923, upon the death of King Michael without sons, the claim to the Crown devolves once again upon the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen family (see "Line of succession to the former Romanian throne"). On 10 May 2011, on a background of lawsuits in Germany brought against his family by his German relatives regarding the former name Hohenzollern-Veringen of his son in law, Radu (Radu Duda), and of fears Prince Radu: There is no presidential candidate named Hohenzollern, Cotidianul, 11 June 2009 Construction began in 1850, and was funded entirely by the Brandenburg-Prussian (King in Prussia) and the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen lines of the Hohenzollern family. Seventeen years later construction was completed on 3 October 1867 under William IV's brother King William I (William I, German Emperor). The castle was damaged in an earthquake on 3 September 1978 and was under repair until the mid-1990s.


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and the French ambassador to Prussia, Count Benedetti. This conversation had been edited so that each nation felt that its ambassador had been disrespected and ridiculed, thus inflaming popular sentiment on both sides in favor of war. Langer, however, argues that this episode played a minor role in causing the war. William Langer, "Bismarck as Dramatist," in ''Studies in Diplomatic History & Historiography in Honour of G.P. Gooch'' (1962) pp 199–216, In a 1866 ''coup d'état'', Cuza (Alexandru Ioan Cuza) was exiled and replaced by Prince Karl of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, who became known as Prince Carol of Romania. During the Russo-Turkish War (Russo-Turkish War, 1877-78) Romania fought on the Russian side, Prince Radu: There is no presidential candidate named Hohenzollern, Cotidianul, 11 June 2009 Construction began in 1850, and was funded entirely by the Brandenburg-Prussian (King in Prussia) and the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen lines of the Hohenzollern family. Seventeen years later construction was completed on 3 October 1867 under William IV's brother King William I (William I, German Emperor). The castle was damaged in an earthquake on 3 September 1978 and was under repair until the mid-1990s.


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-Sigmaringen to form the House of Romania, Paul objected, labeling the move "an inexplicable gesture" severing "historical and dynastic ties" to the German house. Prince Radu: There is no presidential candidate named Hohenzollern, Cotidianul, 11 June 2009 Construction began in 1850, and was funded entirely by the Brandenburg-Prussian (King in Prussia) and the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen lines of the Hohenzollern family. Seventeen years later construction was completed on 3 October 1867 under William IV's brother King William I (William I, German Emperor). The castle was damaged in an earthquake on 3 September 1978 and was under repair until the mid-1990s.


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Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen was annexed by Prussia, effective in March 1850. The annexation of their state did not, however, mean the end of the importance of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen. The last prince, Karl Anton (Karl Anton, Prince of Hohenzollern), served as Minister President of Prussia from 1858-61. Karl Anton's second son, Karl Eitel Friedrich of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (Carol I of Romania) became prince (1866–1881) and then king (1881–1914

) of the Romanians, under the name Carol and the house remained on the throne until the end of the Romanian monarchy (Kingdom of Romania) in 1947. Because the Hohenzollern-Hechingen line died out in 1869 with the death of Constantine of Hohenzollern-Hechingen (Constantine, Prince of Hohenzollern-Hechingen), the head of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, Karl Anton of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (Karl Anton, Prince of Hohenzollern), took the title of prince (Fürst) of Hohenzollern instead

of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen. French opposition to the candidacy of Carol's elder brother Prince Leopold (Leopold, Prince of Hohenzollern) for the throne of Spain triggered the Franco-Prussian War (1870–1871), which led to the founding of the German Empire in January 1871. Noble jurisdictions, titles and styles Southern Germany thumb 300px right Hohenzollern region (Württemberg, Germany) (File:Karte-Hohenzollern.png) File:Graf von dem Bergh, Fürst Karl Friedrich von


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, and that of the dynasty, ended when he was forced to abdicate in favour of a Communist regime in 1947. On 10 May 2011, on a background of lawsuits in Germany brought against his family by his German relatives regarding the former name Hohenzollern-Veringen of his son-in-law, Radu (Prince Radu of Romania), Michael severed all of the dynastic and historical ties with the princely house of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, changed the name of his family to "of Romania", and gave up all princely titles conferred to him and to his family by the German Hohenzollerns. Prince Radu: There is no presidential candidate named Hohenzollern, Cotidianul, 11 June 2009 Construction began in 1850, and was funded entirely by the Brandenburg-Prussian (King in Prussia) and the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen lines of the Hohenzollern family. Seventeen years later construction was completed on 3 October 1867 under William IV's brother King William I (William I, German Emperor). The castle was damaged in an earthquake on 3 September 1978 and was under repair until the mid-1990s.


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Marshal Antonescu") , ''România Liberă'', 23 June 2011; accessed January 27, 2012 Cristian Petru, "Prinţul Paul de România acuză - 'Mihai a luat cu el colecţia de tablouri El Greco'" ("Prince Paul of Romania Accuses - 'Michael Took with Him the Collection of El Greco Paintings'"), ''Jurnalul Naţional'', 23 March


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, and that of the dynasty, ended when he was forced to abdicate in favour of a Communist regime in 1947. On 10 May 2011, on a background of lawsuits in Germany brought against his family by his German relatives regarding the former name Hohenzollern-Veringen of his son-in-law, Radu (Prince Radu of Romania), Michael severed all of the dynastic and historical ties with the princely house of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, changed the name of his family to "of Romania", and gave up all princely titles conferred

to him and to his family by the German Hohenzollerns.

of Romania does not have to remain tied to the shady side of the Hohenzollern family” , Hotnews.ro accessed on 14 May 2011 expressed by some that the German Hohenzollerns may claim succession to the headship of the Romanian royal house, Michael severed all of the dynastic and historical ties with the princely house of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, changed the name of his family to "of Romania", and gave up all princely titles conferred to him and to his family by the German

Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen

The '''House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen''' is the senior Swabian branch (House of Hohenzollern#Swabian branch) of the House of Hohenzollern. The branch ruled the Swabian '''County of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen''', which in 1623 became a principality. The small sovereign state with the capital city of Sigmaringen fell to the king of Prussia (Kingdom of Prussia) in 1850 and then became part of the newly created Province of Hohenzollern.

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