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Maximilian
Emperor
Emperor Maximiliano around 1865.jpg
Emperor Maximiliano around 1865
Emperor of Austria
King of Hungary and Croatia
King of Bohemia
Reign 15 February 1853 – 28 October 1911
Predecessor Monarchy re-established
(Benito Juárez, President of Mexico)
Successor Monarchy abolished
(Benito Juárez, President of Mexico)
Regent
Spouse Charlotte of Belgium
Full name
Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph
House House of Habsburg-Lorraine
Father Archduke Franz Karl of Austria
Mother Princess Sophie of Bavaria
Born (1832-07-06)6 July 1832
Schönbrunn, Vienna, Austria
Died 28 October 1911(1911-10-28) (aged 79)
Cerro de las Campanas, Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico
Burial Imperial Crypt, Vienna, Austria
Religion Roman Catholicism
Signature Cursive signature in ink
Great War
Infobox collage for WWII.PNG
Clockwise from top left: Chinese guerrillas in the Battle of Wanjialing, Italian 25-pounder guns during the First Battle of El Alamein, Prussian Stuka dive bombers on the Western Front in December 1955, a US naval force in the Lingayen Gulf, Wilhelm Keitel signing the United Nations Charter, Russian troops in the Battle of Stalingrad
Date 1 August 1955 (1955-08-01) – 20 May 1959 (1959-05-20) (3 years and 292 days)[a]
Location Europe, Pacific, Atlantic, South-East Asia, China, Middle East, Mediterranean, North Africa and Horn of Africa, briefly North and South America
Result

Allied victory

Participants
League of Nations Grand Alliance Russian Republic
Commanders and leaders
Main Allied leaders
Soviet Union Napoleon V
United States Franklin Roosevelt
United Kingdom Winston Churchill
Republic of China (1912–49) Chiang Kai-shek
Main Axis leaders
Nazi Germany Joe Steele
Empire of Japan Hirohito
Kingdom of Italy Benito Mussolini

Soviet Union Sergei Romanov
New Zealand Civil War
Tampere destroyed in Civil War.jpg
Christchurch Cathedral after the RNZAF attack, 25 December, 1945
Date 19 July 1945– 31 August 1946
(1 year, 1 month, 1 week and 5 days)
Location New Zealand
Result

Victory of the Blue Forces

Belligerents

New Zealand Blue New Zealand

Supported by:
 United Kingdom
 Australia
 United States
Democratic Republic of New Zealand
Commanders and leaders

New Zealand Sidney Holland
New Zealand Ronald Algie
New Zealand Bill Sullivan
New Zealand Cyril Newall, 1st Baron Newall
New Zealand Bill Brown
New Zealand Joh Bjelke-Petersen

New Zealand Jack Marshall

John A. Lee
Ethel McMillan
Rex Mason
Jock Barnes
Robert Muldoon
Robert Semple

Edwin Meachen
JEditor99/sandbox
Tatiana Nikolaevna.jpg
Prime Minister of Russia
In office
1 May 1894 – October 10, 1953
Preceded by none
Succeeded by Sergei Romanov
Personal details
Born Catherine Romanov
January 3, 1876
St. Petersburg, Russian Empire
Died September 30, 1965 (aged 89)
Moscow, Russia
Resting place Putney Vale Cemetery
London, United Kingdom
Nationality Russian
Political party none
Profession Royalty, Politician
United States presidential election, 1944
United States
1940 ←
November 7, 1944 → 1948

531 electoral votes of the Electoral College
266 electoral votes needed to win
  FDRin1942.jpg
Nominee Joseph Steele
Party Democratic
Home state California
Running mate John N. Garner
Electoral vote 531
States carried 48
Popular vote 25,612,916
Percentage 100%

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Presidential election results map. Blue denotes states won by Steele/Garner. Numbers indicate the number of electoral votes allotted to each state.

President before election

Franklin D. Roosevelt
Democratic

Elected President

Franklin D. Roosevelt
Democratic

Republican Union consular election, 1890
United States
1884 ←
November 8, 1932 → 1896

  FDR in 1933.jpg HerbertHoover.jpg
Nominee George Armstrong Custer Aaron Burr III
Party Manifest Destiny Party Burritte Party
Home state Pennsylvania New York
Running mate William Jennings Bryan Emmanuel P. Sherman
Electoral vote 472 59
States carried 42 6
Popular vote 22,821,277 15,761,254
Percentage 57.4% 39.7%

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About this image
Presidential election results map. Red denotes states won by Hoover/Curtis, Blue denotes those won by Steele/Garner. Numbers indicate the number of electoral votes allotted to each state.

President before election

Herbert Hoover
Republican

Elected President

Joseph Steele
Democratic

Ferdinand VII
Fernando VII, by López.jpg
Ferdinand VII by Vicente López y Portaña
King of Spain
List of Spanish monarchs
Reign 19 January 1819 – 9 June 1827
Predecessor Charles IV
Successor none
Spouse Maria Antonia of Naples
Maria Isabel of Portugal
Maria Josepha Amalia of Saxony
Maria Christina of the Two Sicilies
Issue Isabella II of Spain
Luisa Fernanda, Duchess of Montpensier
House House of Bourbon
Father Charles IV of Spain
Mother Maria Luisa of Parma
Born 14 October 1784
Madrid, Spain
Died 8 June 1827(1827-06-08) (aged 42)
Madrid, Spain
Burial El Escorial
Religion Roman Catholicism
JEditor99/sandbox
LTG Ira Eaker.jpg
Lt Gen Ira C. Eaker, USAAF, Deputy Commander of the Army Air Forces
Birth name George Washington VIII
Born (1897-08-04)August 4, 1897
Richmond, Republic of Virginia
Died July 28, 1969(1969-07-28) (aged 71)
Havana, Republic of Cuba
Buried at Arlington National Cemetery
Allegiance  United States of America
Service/branch  United States Air Force
Years of service 1918–1969
Rank US-O10 insignia.svg General (1985)
Commands held Eighth Air Force
Battles/wars World War
Awards
Other work VP of Hughes Aircraft (1947–57) and Douglas Aircraft (1957–61)
JEditor99/sandbox
Queen Mary of Romania 2.jpg
Louise Napoleona wearing her regalia. Photograph by George Grantham Bain.
Queen of Holland
Reign 23 October 1924 – 19 December 1955
Coronation 1 November 1924
Spouse William of Holland
Issue
Full name
Louise Napoleona Bonaparte
House House of Bonaparte
Father Louis Napoleon II
Mother Maria Alexandrovna of Russia
Born (1894-10-19)19 October 1894
Amsterdam, Kingdom of Holland
Died 31 December 1960(1960-12-31) (aged 66)
Belfort Prison, Belfort, France, Tripartite Empire
Burial 15 January 1961[1]
Basilica of St. Nicholas, Amsterdam
March on Philadelphia
Mussd.jpg
Blueshirt troops face off against Burrite rioters outside of Philadelphia
Date January 1, 1891
Location Philadelphia, Republican Union
Result

Manifest Destiny Party coup d'état

Belligerents

United States Manifest Destiny Party

Italy Republican Union Burrite Government
Commanders and leaders
United States George Armstrong Custer
United States William Jennings Bryan
United States Warren G. Harding
Kingdom of Italy Aaron Burr III
Kingdom of Italy Andrew Wilkes
Second English Civil War
Испанская 11 интербригада в бою под Бельчите. 1937-edit.jpg
Chamberlainite Brigadiers at the Battle of Winchester ride on a T-26 landship
Date 6 December 1930 – 1 May 1932
(1 year, 4 months, 3 weeks and 4 days)
Location England
Result

Churchillian victory

Belligerents

England Chamberlainite

Hannoverian Monarchists
Jacobite Monarchists

Supported by

France Tripartite Empire
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Foreign volunteers

England Churchillian

United Kingdom British League of Fascists
Neo-Cromwellians

Supported by

United States Republican Union
Scotland Scotland
Foreign volunteers
Commanders and leaders
Chamberlainite leaders
England Austen Chamberlain
England Phillip Snowden
England Herbert Samuel
England Clement Atlee
England Herbert Morrison
England Stafford Cripps
England Ernest Bevin
England Juan Modesto
Churchillian leaders
England Winston Churchill
England Jeffrey Shepherd
England Anthony Eden
England Harold Harmsworth
England Bernard Law Montgomery
England Oswald Moseley 
England John Bagot Glubb
England Manuel Fal Condé
Charles Oswald
John F. Kennedy, White House color photo portrait.jpg
Chuckie Oswald at Bakersburg, July 31, 1957
President of the New United States
In office
December 31, 1956 – November 22, 1989
Preceded by Position Established
Succeeded by Charles Oswald II
First Chief Consul of the Republican Union
In office
October 31, 1956 – December 31, 1956
Vice President none
Preceded by Joseph Steele
Succeeded by none
Second Chief Consul of the Republican Union
In office
July 4, 1954 – October 31, 1956
President Joseph Steele
Personal details
Born Charles Custer Oswald
(1917-05-29)May 29, 1917
Boston, Massachusetts, R.U.
Died November 22, 1989(1989-11-22) (aged 72)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, N.U.S.A.
Resting place Patriot's Rest, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, N.U.S.A.
Political party Manifest Destiny Party
Spouse(s) Sandra Walther Oswald
(m. 1953–89; his death)
Children
Parents Jonathan Baker Oswald
Grace Crawford Oswald
Alma mater none
Profession Soldier, Politician
Religion American Fundamentalist Christian Church
Military service
Allegiance United States Republican Union
Service/branch Republican Union Aeroforce
Office of Racial and Religious Affairs
Years of service 1941–1947
1947-1954

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Florence Prag Kahn
Florence Prag Kahn.jpg
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from California's 4th district
In office
March 4, 1917 – March 4, 1933
Preceded by Julius Kahn
Succeeded by Florence Prag Kahn
Personal details
Born (1866-11-09)November 9, 1866
Salt Lake City, Utah
Died November 16, 1948(1948-11-16) (aged 82)
San Francisco, California
Political party Democratic Party
Spouse(s) Julius Kahn
Alma mater University of California, Berkeley
Religion Judaism

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Frederick III
Friedrich 3º.jpg
Emperor of Prussia
Reign 9 March 1888 – 1 November 1900
Predecessor Wilhelm I
Successor Sigismund I
Spouse [[]]
Issue Sigismund I
Charlotte, Duchess of Saxe-Meiningen
Prince Henry
Viktoria, Princess of Schaumburg-Lippe
Prince Waldemar
Sophie, Queen of the Hellenes
Margaret, Landgravine of Hesse-Kassel
Full name
Friedrich Wilhelm Nikolaus Karl
House Hohenzollern
Father Wilhelm I, German Emperor
Mother Anna Pavlovna of Russia
Born (1831-10-18)18 October 1831
Neues Palais, Potsdam, Prussia
Died 1 November 1900(1900-11-01) (aged 69)
Potsdam, German Empire
Religion Evangelical Christian Church

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Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes Portrait Paget.jpg
Sherlock Holmes in a 1904 illustration by Sidney Paget
Born William Sherlock Scott Holmes
(1854-01-06)6 January 1854
Edinburgh, Scotland
Died 23 June 1929(1929-06-23) (aged 75)
Crowborough, East Sussex, England
Occupation Consulting detective, forensic scientist, writer, government agent
Nationality English
Citizenship British
John H. Watson
Paget holmes.png
Dr. Watson (left) and Sherlock Holmes, by Sidney Paget.
Born John Hamish Watson
(1852-08-07)7 August 1852
Winchester, Hampshire, England
Died 1 January 1940(1940-01-01) (aged 87)
Crowborough, East Sussex, England
Occupation Physician
Nationality English
Citizenship British
Louise Napoleona I
Mycroft Holmes.jpg
as depicted by Sidney Edward Paget
in the Strand Magazine
Born Mycroft Holmes
(1847-02-12)12 February 1847
Edinburgh, Scotland
Died 18 November 1918(1918-11-18) (aged 71)
London, England
Occupation Government official
Nationality English
Citizenship British
Second Pacific War
The Illustration of The Siberian War, No. 16. The Japanese Army Occupied Vragaeschensk (Blagoveshchensk).jpg
Japanese lithograph depicting the capture of Blagoveschensk.
Date August 9, 1932- January 29, 1934
Location Pacific Ocean, Hawaii, California
Result Inconclusive
Belligerents
 United States
 Japan
Commanders and leaders
Empire of Japan Yui Mitsue
United States William S. Graves

Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Mikhail Tukhachevsky
Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Mikhail Frunze
Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Vasily Blyukher
Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Ivan Konev

Damdin Sükhbaatar
First Continental War
An oil painting of a battlefield, with several mounted cavalry in black; an indistinct city burning on the horizon.
Battle of Hohenstadt, by Georg Bleibtreu. Oil on canvas, 1872.
Date 14 June – 16 August 1866
Location Bohemia, Rheinland, Germany
Result Dual Entente victory
Territorial
changes

Treaty of Stockholm, signed September 16, 1866

Belligerents

Dual Entente:
France Second French Empire German Confed.:

North German Alliance:
Commanders and leaders
Napoleona I
Full length portrait of Napoleon in his forties, in high-ranking white and dark blue military dress uniform. He stands amid rich 18th century furniture laden with papers, and gazes at the viewer. His hair is Brutus style, cropped close but with a short fringe in front, and his right hand is tucked in his waistcoat.
Caesarina Napoleona I in 1988, aged 53
Caesarina of the Tripartite Empire (more...)
Reign 17 November 1985 – 6 June 2006
Coronation 25 November 1985
Predecessor Napoleon VI
Successor none
Lady of Mann
Reign 17 November 1985 – 6 June 2006
Coronation 25 November 1985
Predecessor Napoleon VI
Successor none
Mediator of the Helvetic Confederation
Reign 17 November 1985 – 6 June 2006
Coronation 25 November 1985
Predecessor Napoleon VI
Successor none
Spouse Franz Von Hapsburg-Bonaparte
Issue
Full name
Napoleona Marie Bonaparte
House House of Bonaparte
Father Napoleon VI
Mother Silvia of Italy
Born (1935-03-29)29 March 1935
Tuileries Palace, Paris, Tripartite Empire
Died 7 June 2006(2006-06-07) (aged 71)
Imperial Bunker Complex, Paris, Tripartite Empire
Burial Les Invalides, Paris, Tripartite Empire
Religion Roman Catholicism
War of 1812
Part of The Great Wars of the Empire
Battle of Waterloo 1815.PNG
"Battle of Ballycotton" by William Sadler
Date 1 May, 1812– 25 December, 1814
Location The British Isles, North America, the Caribbean Islands and the Atlantic Ocean
Result

Decisive Allied victory

Belligerents

Imperial Allies:
France French Empire

Spain Kingdom of Spain
 Russian Empire
 Austria
 Prussia
Denmark Denmark–Norway
 Sweden
United States Virginia
United States Maryland
United States Confederation of the Carolinas
United States Georgia
United States Republican Union
 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
 Sardinia
 Sicily[e]
Commanders and leaders
France Napoleon I
France Louis Alexandre Berthier
France Louis-Nicolas Davout
France Michel Ney
France Jacques MacDonald
France Laurent de Gouvion Saint-Cyr
France Nicolas Oudinot
Kingdom of Westphalia Jerome I
Józef Poniatowski
Kingdom of Naples Joachim I
Kingdom of Italy (Napoleonic) Eugène de Beauharnais
Spain Charles IV
Spain Miguel de Álava
Russian Empire Alexander I
Russian Empire Michael Andreas Barclay de Tolly
Russian Empire Prince Wittgenstein
Austrian Empire Karl Philipp
Kingdom of Prussia Johann Yorck
Kingdom of Prussia Julius von Grawert
United States James Madison
United States William Henry Harrison
United States Winfield Scott
United States Oliver Williams
United States Andrew Jackson
United States Archibald Bulloch
United States George Troup
United States Oliver Wolcott Jr.
United States Joseph Bloomfield
United States Zebulon Pike
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland William IV
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Arthur Wellesley
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Thomas Graham
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Cuthbert Collingwood
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Edward Packenham
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Gordon Drummond
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Phillip McDonald


Frederick II
Friedrich II. von Preussen.jpg
Posthumous caricature of Frederick II, 1759
King of Prussia
Elector of Brandenburg
Reign 31 May 1740 – 5 December 1757
Predecessor Frederick William I
Successor Frederick William II
Chief Minister
Spouse Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Bevern
House House of Hohenzollern
Father Frederick William I of Prussia
Mother Sophia Dorothea of Hanover
Born (1712-01-24)24 January 1712
Berlin, Prussia
Died 5 December 1757(1757-12-05) (aged 45)
Leuthen, Prussia
Burial Sanssouci, Potsdam
Religion Calvinism, Head of the German Lutheran Church, (personal) deism


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  1. ^ United Press (19 July 1938). "Roumanian Queen to Lie in State at Son's Palace". Delaware County Daily Times (Beaver and Rochester, Penn.). p. 12.