Countess Julia von Hauke
Princess Julia of Battenberg (12 November 1825 (O.S.)/24 November 1825 (N.S.)–19 September 1895) was the wife of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine, the mother of Alexander, Prince of Bulgaria, and ancestress to the current generations of the British and the Spanish royal families.

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Julia Hauke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Countess Julia Hauke. Princess of Battenberg. BASA-600K-3-435-1-Julia Hauke. jpeg. Julia Hauke. Source: Bulgarian Archives State Agency. Spouse, Prince ...
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Julia von Hauke, Countess of BATTENBERG (12 NOV 1825 - 19 SEP 1895)
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Countess Julia von Hauke - Fact Index
She was born in Warsaw, the daughter of John Maurice von Hauke (1775-1830), also known as Hans Moritz von Hauke, and his wife, née Sophie la Fontaine.
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Julia von Hauke - Skeel and Kannegaard Genealogy
Battenberg was the title created for the wife of Prince Alexander of Hesse, Countess Julia von Hauke. Person ID, I2744, Skeel-Kannegaard. Last Modified, 19 ...
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Ernestine Countess Von Tige - Ancestry.com
Description: Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine with his wife Julia née Hauke. Attached To: Julia Theresa Countess Von Hauke (1825-1895) ...
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Results 1 - 20 of 556 ... Text: "... the Hessians come from married Countess Julia Theresa VonHauke of Poland She was named Countess of but her husband ...
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Who are Julia von Hauke's children? - Evi
What is a child of Princess Julia of Battenberg, the wife of Prince Alexander of ... son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine and Countess Julia von Hauke.
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Alexander of Battenberg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Countess Tsvetana of Hartenau. Full name. Alexander Joseph von Battenberg ... the second son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine by the latter's morganatic marriage with Countess Julia von Hauke. ..... Cambridge University Press ...
Prince Louis of Battenberg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Louis was born as Ludwig Alexander von Battenberg in Graz, Austria, the eldest son ... and by Rhine by his morganatic marriage to Countess Julia von Hauke. ...... Brian, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford University Press), ISBN ...
Princess Alice of Battenberg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
She was christened Victoria Alice Elizabeth Julia Marie in Darmstadt on 25 April 1885. She had six ..... Countess Julia von Hauke, Princess of Battenberg. 22.
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University of Graz ... of Battenberg, was the son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine (1823–1888) and Countess Julia von Hauke (1825–1885). He was ...
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Countess Julia Hauke. Princess of Battenberg. BASA-600K-3-435-1-Julia Hauke. jpeg. Julia Hauke. Source: Bulgarian Archives State Agency. Spouse, Prince ...
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Lady's Realm: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine
Lady's Realm: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine
1899
Prince Henry of Battenberg, as all the world knows, was the issue of a morganatic marriage, being a son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and of the Countess Julia von Hauke. The latter was highly respected by all her husband's Royal relations,  ...
Profiles in Polo: The Players Who Changed the Game
Profiles in Polo: The Players Who Changed the Game
2007
A polo player himself, Horace A. Laffaye is on the Board of Directors of the Museum of Polo. His writings on the game include two books and many articles in magazines in America, Argentina and England. He is the author of The Polo Encyclopedia (2004) and divides his time between Connecticut and Florida.
Queen Victoria's Relations
Queen Victoria's Relations
Meriel Buchanan, 1954
Wiirttemberg, and, in 1851, the scandal caused by Prince Alexander's elopement with Countess Julia von Hauke, one of his sister's ladies-in-waiting, resulted in his being deprived of his commission, and banished from the Russian Court.
Nephews: Webster's Timeline History, 480 BC - 2007
Nephews: Webster's Timeline History, 480 BC - 2007
2009
Webster's timelines cover bibliographic citations, patented inventions, as well as non-conventional and alternative meanings which capture ambiguities in usage. These furthermore cover all parts of speech (possessive, institutional usage, geographic usage) and contexts, including pop culture, the arts, social sciences (linguistics, history, ge...
Debrett's book of royal children
Debrett's book of royal children
Charles Kidd, Patrick W. Montague-Smith, 1982
184 von Hauke. Countess Julia. 184. 190 von Hauke. Count Maurice. 1 84. 1 90 w Wagner. Sir Anthony. 18 3. 200 Waldegrave. Henrietta. Lady. 184 Wallace. Edgar. 91 Walsingham. Sir Francis. 1 86 Walter. Lucy. 1 84 Ward. Edith. 88 Warwick ...
Edwina: the biography of the Countess Mountbatten of Burma
Edwina: the biography of the Countess Mountbatten of Burma
Madeleine Masson, 1975
Of excellent family, but not of royal birth, his wife, Countess Julia Theresa von Hauke, was the daughter of a Russian general. Infuriated by this gesture of independence, the Czar ordered that Prince Alexander be cashiered. Deprived of his ...
The Russian Dagger: Cold War in the Days of the Czars
The Russian Dagger: Cold War in the Days of the Czars
Virginia Cowles, 1969
... 43, 44, 70 Grenaud, Count de, 195 Grinevitsky (assassin of Alexander II), 145 Gruev, Major (Bulgarian conspirator), 177. ... 304, 307 Hatzfeldt, Count Paul von, 172 Hauke, Countess Julia, see Battenberg Hauke, Count Maurice, 33 Hegel, ...
Chambers Biographical Dictionary (Larousse Biographical Dictionary)
Chambers Biographical Dictionary (Larousse Biographical Dictionary)
1997
Published to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first edition of this reference standard, this sixth edition features 17,500 profiles of international notables from ancient to contemporary times. Coverage includes the arts, sciences, entertainment, media, sports, religion, politics, and commerce, among other fields. Alphabetically arranged entr...
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The Mad Monarchist: Consort Profile: Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg
Princess Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg was born Victoria Eugenie Julia Ena on October 24, 1887 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland to Prince Henry of Battenberg and Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom. Her father was the third son Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine by his morganatic wife Countess Julia von Hauke, a fact which put Princess Victoria Eugenie on a rather lower rung of the social ladder than other royals.
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"Tweedland" The Gentlemen's club: Victoria Eugenie, Queen of Spain ... née Battenberg.
Princess Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg (Victoria Eugenie Julia Ena; 24 October 1887 – 15 April 1969) was queen consort of King Alfonso XIII of Spain. She was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom; also the first cousin of King George V of the United Kingdom, Queen Maud of Norway, Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia, Queen Marie of Romania, Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany, Queen Louise of Sweden, and Queen Sophia of the Hellenes.
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HSH Princess Alice of Battenberg (1885-1969) | European Royal History
http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o306/WmHohenzollern/1885_Alice.jpg She was christened HSH Princess Victoria Alice Elizabeth Julia Marie of Battenberg and was the eldest daughter and child of Prince Louis of Battenberg and Princess Victoria of Hesse and By Rhine. Prince Louis of Battenberg was a morganatic scion of the house of Hesse and was the son of f Prince Alexander of…
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Marilyn's Royal Blog: Royal Profile - Princess Battenberg
Julie (or Julia) von Hauke, Princess Battenberg, was born on November 12, 1825 in Warsaw, Poland. Although she was greatly admired, her marriage to Prince Alexander of Hesse-Darmstadt, was considered to be one of the great scandals in the 19th century.
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Roza Mira in Pan’s Labyrinth | rosamondpress
When Tom poo-poohed Fair Rosamond, I then mentioned the Roza Mira (Rose of the world) religion that is sweeping Russia, it written by Daniil Andrev while he was in solitary confinement, this real prophet a victim of Father Stalin dictatorship. Tom had discussed the repression of the Franco regime - at length! I made the…
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Tea at Trianon: Ena of Battenburg
The Mad Monarchist reports on the granddaughter of Queen Victoria who became a Catholic — and Queen of Spain. Princess Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg was born Victoria Eugenie Julia Ena on October 24, 1887 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland to Prince Henry of Battenberg and Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom.
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The Esoteric Curiosa: ‘Looking Longingly Thru The Esoteric Lorgnette,’ Queen Victoria Changing Her Views On The Subject Of Second Marriages?
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Louis Mountbatten | World War II
]]> ]]> Louis Mountbatten Born as Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas von Battenberg, was the last Viceroy of the ‘British Empire in India and the first Governor General of’ independent India. From 1954 until 1959 he was First Sea Lord (i.
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Events: 1566 - The Compromise of Nobles is presented to Margaret of Parma, regent of the Netherlands for her half-brother, Phillip II of Spain. Two hundred Dutch Nobles presented the petition in order to stop the Inquisition in the Habsburg Netherlands, and ask the king to moderate the heresy laws. Phillip would ultimately reject the…
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