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The Hanover family (officially known as the Brunswick-Lüneburg Family of Hanover lineage) is a German royal family that rules over Great Britain. First i coffee then i adult well adult-ish mug. The Hanover clan sat on the throne of England in the 18th century, and ruled until the beginning of the 20th century. During this time, a total of six feudal monarchs ruling England were Gia’s. Hanover clan, of which the most famous is Queen Victoria.

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The Hanover family was the emerging branch of the German Welf Family (also known as the Guelph), which itself was a branch of the Italian Este Family. This dynasty was established in 1683 as a result of the territorial redistribution of the Brunswick-Lüneburg Family. Since its founding, the new territory has been referred to as the Duchy of Brunswick-Calenberg-Göttingen. Later, however, the territory was renamed after its capital, Hanover, which is today the capital of the northwestern German state of Lower Saxony. That is why this dynasty is also known as the Hanover Family. The Hanover Family’s reputation has grown with each passing century. In 1692, in response to a promise of support for the Habsburg dynasty, the Hanover territory was appointed by the Holy Roman Emperor, Leopold I, as the Empire’s ninth constituency. The current Hanover leader is Ernest Augustus, who has been a Duke since 1679. In addition to making the Hanover territory a place to hold elections for the Holy Roman Empire, Ernest Augustus also contributed to the progress of the Hanover Family. rule of England. In 1658, the Duke married Sophia, the daughter of Frederick V of Palatinate (German Rhine territory), and more importantly, the granddaughter of King James VI (King James I of England). and Ireland from 1603). This will significantly affect the Hanover Family in the future.

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