Talk:William IV, Grand Duke of Luxembourg

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Abrogation of Salic law[edit]

How and when did Luxembourg abrogate Salic law?

20 June 2011 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line_of_succession_to_the_Luxembourgian_Throne#Absolute_primogeniture СЛУЖБА (talk) 11:51, 22 October 2012 (UTC)

Death place of Prince Ernst Heinrich of Saxony[edit]

The death place of Prince Ernst Heinrich of Saxony is given as Coolamber, Ireland. This is not what is given on Prince Ernst Heinrich of Saxony's page. PeterClarke 13:08, 26 July 2009 (UTC)

Religion[edit]

I don't remember where I read it before but it said something along the line that he wasn't actually allowing his children to be raised Catholic for the sake of his new country but that per the common practice of royal marriages between spouses of different religion, any daughters would follow their mother's religion while any sons their father's. Meaning it was only mere chance that the succeeding rulers became Catholic.--The Emperor's New Spy (talk) 23:56, 10 August 2013 (UTC)