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Iraqi Monarchy[edit]

The Monarchy of Iraq was abolished in 1958. The current pretender to the defunct thrones of Iraq and Syria is Prince Ra'ad bin Zeid.

[1]

Line of succession in 14 July 1958[edit]

 King Faisal II

  1.   Crown Prince Abdullah (1913-1958)
  2.  Prince Zeid (1898-1970)
  3.  Prince Ra'ad (b. 1934)

Line of succession in 15 March 1917[edit]

 Emperor Nicholas II of All Russia

  1.   Tsarevich Alexei (1904–1918)
    Emperor Nicholas IEmperor Alexander IIEmperor Alexander IIIGrand Duke Michael (4th son)
  2.  Grand Duke Michael (1878–1918)
    George Mikhailovich, Count Brasov (1910–1931) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Michael
    Emperor Nicholas IEmperor Alexander IIGrand Duke Vladimir (3rd son) → Grand Duke Cyril (2nd son)
  3.  Grand Duke Cyril (1876–1938)
    Grand Duke Vladimir (1917–1992) Born on 30 August 1917
    Maria Vladimirovna (b.1953) claims the throne
    Grand Duke George Mikhailovich of Russia (b.1981) heir to the throne
  4.  Grand Duke Boris (1877–1943)
  5.  Grand Duke Andrei (1879–1956)
    Prince Vladimir (1902–1974)
    Emperor Nicholas IEmperor Alexander IIGrand Duke Paul (6th son)
  6.  Grand Duke Paul (1860–1919)
  7.  Grand Duke Dmitri (1891–1942)
    Prince Paul (1928–2004) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Dmitri
    Prince Vladimir (1897–1918) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Paul
    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Konstantin (2nd son) → Grand Duke Nicholas (1st son)
  8.  Grand Duke Nicholas (1850–1918)
    Prince Artemi (1883–1919) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Nicholas
    Prince Alexander (1889–1935) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Nicholas
    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Konstantin (2nd son) → Grand Duke Konstantin (2nd son) → Prince John (1st son)
  9.  Prince John (1886–1918)
  10.  Prince Vsevolod (1914–1973)
  11.  Prince Gabriel (1887–1955)
  12.  Prince Constantine (1891–1918)
  13.  Prince Igor (1894–1918)
  14.  Prince George (1903–1938)
    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Konstantin (2nd son) → Grand Duke Dimitri (3rd son)
  15.  Grand Duke Dimitri (1878–1918)
    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Nicholas (3rd son) → Grand Duke Nicholas (1st son)
  16.  Grand Duke Nicholas (1856–1929)
    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Nicholas (3rd son) → Grand Duke Peter (2nd son)
  17.  Grand Duke Peter (1864–1931)
  18.  Prince Roman (1896–1978)
    Prince Nicholas (b. 1922) Son of Prince Roman
    Prince Dimitri (b. 1926) Son of Prince Roman
    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Michael (4th son) → Grand Duke Nicholas (1st son)
  19.  Grand Duke Nicholas (1859–1919)
    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Michael (4th son) → Grand Duke Michael (2nd son)
  20.  Grand Duke Michael (1861–1929)
    Michael Count de Torby (1898–1959) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Michael
    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Michael (4th son) → Grand Duke George (3rd son)
  21.  Grand Duke George (1863–1919)
    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Michael (4th son) → Grand Duke Alexander (4th son)
  22.  Grand Duke Alexander (1866–1933)
  23.  Prince Andrei (1897–1981)
    Prince Michael (1920–2008) Son of Prince Andrei
    Prince Andrew (b. 1923) Son of Prince Andrei
    Prince Alexis (b. 1953) Son of Prince Andrew
    Prince Peter (b. 1961) Son of Prince Andrew
    Prince Andrew (b. 1963) Son of Prince Andrew
  24.  Prince Feodor (1898–1968)
    Prince Michael (1924–2008)
    Prince Michael (1959–2001) Son of Prince Michael
  25.  Prince Nikita (1900–1974)
    Prince Nikita (1923–2007) Son of Prince Nikita
    Prince Fedor (1974–2007) Son of Prince Nikita
    Prince Alexander (1929–2002) Son of Prince Nikita
  26.  Prince Dmitri (1901–1980)
  27.  Prince Rostislav (1902–1978)
    Prince Rostislav (1938–1999) Son of Prince Rostislav
    Prince Rostislav (b.1985) Son of Prince Rostislav
    Prince Nikita (b.1987) Son of Prince Rostislav
    Prince Nicholas (1945–2000) Son of Prince Rostislav
  28.  Prince Vasili (1907–1989)
    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Michael (4th son) → Grand Duke Sergei (5th son)
  29.  Grand Duke Sergei (1869–1918)

Heads of State of Iraq[edit]

This is a list of the heads of state of Iraq, from the foundation of the Mandate of Iraq in 1920 to the present day.

Monarchs (1921–1958)[edit]

After World War I and the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire, the three provinces (vilayets) of Ottoman Iraq came under the control of the United Kingdom. Under British occupation, the people rebelled and Iraq showed itself a hard land to govern. In order to establish a pro-British client regime, a dynasty of Hashemite kings from Saudi Arabia was established, beginning with Faisal I who was the son of Hussein bin Ali. As a family originating in the Hejaz, the House of Hashim was foreign to Iraq. The British Government appointed them as Iraq's royal family after a rigged plebiscite.[1]

Monarch Reign Royal House
# Portrait Name Reign start Reign end Duration
1 King Faisal of Irak.jpg King Faisal I
(1883–1933)
23 August 1921 8 September 1933 12 years, 16 days Hashhim
2 Ghazi3.jpg King Ghazi I
(1910–1939)
8 September 1933 4 April 1939 5 years, 208 days Hashhim
3 60px King Faisal II
(1935–1958)
4 April 1939 14 July 1958
(Deposed)
19 years, 101 days Hashhim

| 12 years, 16 days

Presidents (1958–1968)[edit]

Iraqi Republic (1958–68)

Under the 1961 Constitution, the first constitution of the Republic of Iraq, the President replaced the monarch as ceremonial head of state. The State President was elected by Parliament for a seven-year term. In the event of a vacancy the President of the Senate served as Acting State President.

Status
  Denotes President of the Senate acting as State President
President Term of office Political party
# Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
1 Muhammad al-Rubaiai.jpg Muhammad Najib ar-Ruba'i
(1904–1965)
14 July 1958 8 February 1963
(Deposed)
Military

Deleting your talk pages[edit]

Hi Mr Hall, I'm prepared to delete, per your request, your draft pages marked as talk page archives. I don't think it would be appropriate to delete User talk:Mr Hall of England/Archive 1 and User talk:Mr Hall of England/Archive 2, however, as both contain talk page archival content, which is generally not deleted. However, if you'd like to trim those pages by removing some content, that's fine. In particular, anything you made entirely yourself (i.e., test content) can be removed. You can also remove warnings and notifications, but please don't remove other messages or conversations left by other users. Before I proceed with the requested deletion, I just wanted to confirm that you still wish this to happen (if not, it would be best to move those pages to mark them as sandboxes rather than archives, which I can also help with). --BDD (talk) 17:58, 22 January 2014 (UTC)

Yugoslav Cabinet[edit]

First Simović 16.4 - 21.8.1941[edit]

Minister Portfolio Party Notes
Dušan Simović Prime Minister Military
Juraj Krnjević Deputy Prime Minister HSS
Slobodan Jovanović Deputy Prime Minister Independent
Branko Čubrilović Minister of Agriculture ZS
Bogoljub Ilić Minister of the Army and Navy
Acting Minister of Physical Education
Military
Miha Krek Minister of Buildings SLS
Miloš Trifunović Minister of Education NRS
Juraj Šutej Minister of Finance HSS
Momčilo Ninčić Minister of Foreign Affairs NRS
Džafer Kulenović Minister of Forests and Mines YMO
Srdjan Budisavljević Minister of the Interior
Minister of Supply and Nutrition
SDS
Božidar Marković Minister of Justice DS
Milan Grol Minister of Social Affairs and Public Health DS
Bariša Smolyan Minister of Trade and Industry HSS
Bogoljub Jevtić Minister of Transport JNS
Jovo Bonjanin Minister without Portfolio JNS
Milan Gavrilović Minister without Portfolio ZS
Franc Snoj Minister without Portfolio SLS

Second Simović 21.8.1941 - 11.1.1942[edit]

Minister Portfolio Party Notes
Dušan Simović Prime Minister
Minister of the Air Force and the Navy
Minister of the Interior
Military
Juraj Krnjević Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Post, Telegraph and Telephones
HSS
Slobodan Jovanović Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Justice
Independent
Miha Krek Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Buildings
SLS
Branko Čubrilović Minister of Agriculture
Minister Supply and Nutrition
ZS
Bogoljub Ilić Minister of the Army Military
Miloš Trifunović Minister of Education NRS
Juraj Šutej Minister of Finance HSS
Momčilo Ninčić Minister of Foreign Affairs NRS
Jovo Bonjanin Minister of Forests and Mines JNS
Srđan Budisavljević Minister of Social Affairs and Public Health SDS
Juraj Šutej Minister of Trade and Industry HSS
Milan Grol Minister of Transport DS
Bogoljub Jevtić Minister without Portfolio JNS
Sava Kosanović Minister without Portfolio SDS
Bozidar Markovic Minister without Portfolio DS
Franc Snoj Minister without Portfolio SLS

First Jovanović 11.1.42 - 2.1.43[edit]

Minister Portfolio Party Notes
Slobodan Jovanović Prime Minister
Minister of the Interior
Independent
Juraj Krnjević Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Post, Telegraph and Telephones
HSS
Juraj Krnjević Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Buildings
SLS
Draža Mihailović Minister of the Army
Minister of the Air Force and Navy
Military Until 14 Janruay 1942 when both Ministries merged
Draža Mihailović Minister of the Army, Air Force and Navy Military From 14 Janruay 1942
Minister of Foreign Affairs Momčilo Ninčić NRS
Minister of Transport Milan Grol DS
Minister of Finance and Minister for Trade and Industry Juraj Šutej HSS
Minister of Education Miloš Trifunović until 28/05/1942 People's Radical Party
Acting Minister of Education Milan Grol DS
Minister of Justice Milan Gavrilović Ine
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Minister of Social Affairs and Public Health, Srdjan Budisavljević Minister of Agriculture and Minister of Supply and nutrition Branko Čubrilović to 28/05/1942. Milan Gavrilovic agent Minister of Forests and Mines John Banjanin Minister without portfolio Bogoljub Jevtic Minister without portfolio Kosanovic Minister without Portfolio Bozidar Markovic Minister without portfolio Franc Snoj

Second Jovanović 11.1.42 - 2.1.43[edit]

Minister Portfolio Party Notes
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Trifunović 26.6.43 - 10.8.43[edit]

Minister Portfolio Party Notes
Miloš Trifunović Prime Minister Independent

Purić 10.8.43 - 8.7.44[edit]

Minister Portfolio Party Notes
Božidar Purić Prime Minister Independent

Šubašić 8.7.44 - 29.1.45[edit]

Minister Portfolio Party Notes
Ivan Šubašić Prime Minister HSS

Marušič 29.1.45 - 7.3.45[edit]

Minister Portfolio Party Notes
Drago Marušič Prime Minister JNOF

Line of succession in since 15 March 1917[edit]

 Emperor Nicholas II of All Russia

  1.   Tsarevich Alexei (1904–1918)

    Emperor Nicholas IEmperor Alexander IIEmperor Alexander IIIGrand Duke Michael (4th son)[edit]

  2.  Grand Duke Michael (1878–1918)
    George Mikhailovich, Count Brasov (1910–1931) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Michael

    Emperor Nicholas IEmperor Alexander IIGrand Duke Vladimir (3rd son) → Grand Duke Cyril (2nd son)[edit]

  3.  Grand Duke Cyril (1876–1938)
    Grand Duke Vladimir (1917–1992) Born on 30 August 1917
    Grand Duchess Maria (b.1953) Claims the throne
    Grand Duke George (b.1981) heir to the throne
  4.  Grand Duke Boris (1877–1943)
  5.  Grand Duke Andrei (1879–1956)
    Prince Vladimir (1902–1974) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Andrei


    Emperor Nicholas IEmperor Alexander IIGrand Duke Paul (6th son)
    [edit]

  6.  Grand Duke Paul (1860–1919)
  7.  Grand Duke Dmitri (1891–1942)
    Prince Paul (1928–2004) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Dmitri
    Prince Vladimir (1897–1918) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Paul

    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Konstantin (2nd son) → Grand Duke Nicholas (1st son)[edit]

  8.  Grand Duke Nicholas (1850–1918)
    Prince Artemi (1883–1919) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Nicholas
    Prince Alexander (1889–1935) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Nicholas
    Prince Kirill (1914–1992) Son of Prince Alexander

    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Konstantin (2nd son) → Grand Duke Konstantin (2nd son) → Prince John (1st son)[edit]

  9.  Prince John (1886–1918)
  10.  Prince Vsevolod (1914–1973) Son of Prince John
  11.  Prince Gabriel (1887–1955)
  12.  Prince Constantine (1891–1918)
  13.  Prince Igor (1894–1918)
  14.  Prince George (1903–1938)

    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Konstantin (2nd son) → Grand Duke Dimitri (3rd son)[edit]

  15.  Grand Duke Dimitri (1878–1918)

    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Nicholas (3rd son) → Grand Duke Nicholas (1st son)[edit]

  16.  Grand Duke Nicholas (1856–1929)

    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Nicholas (3rd son) → Grand Duke Peter (2nd son)[edit]

  17.  Grand Duke Peter (1864–1931)
  18.  Prince Roman (1896–1978)
    Prince Nicholas (b. 1922) Son of Prince Roman
    Prince Dimitri (b. 1926) Son of Prince Roman

    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Michael (4th son) → Grand Duke Nicholas (1st son)[edit]

  19.  Grand Duke Nicholas (1859–1919)

    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Michael (4th son) → Grand Duke Michael (2nd son)[edit]

  20.  Grand Duke Michael (1861–1929)
    Michael Count de Torby (1898–1959) Morganatic son of Grand Duke Michael

    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Michael (4th son) → Grand Duke George (3rd son)[edit]

  21.  Grand Duke George (1863–1919)

    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Michael (4th son) → Grand Duke Alexander (4th son)[edit]

  22.  Grand Duke Alexander (1866–1933)
  23.  Prince Andrei (1897–1981)
    Prince Michael (1920–2008) Son of Prince Andrei
    Prince Andrew (b. 1923) Son of Prince Andrei
    Prince Alexis (b. 1953) Son of Prince Andrew
    Prince Peter (b. 1961) Son of Prince Andrew
    Prince Andrew (b. 1963) Son of Prince Andrew
  24.  Prince Feodor (1898–1968)
    Prince Michael (1924–2008) Son of Prince Feodor
    Prince Michael (1959–2001) Son of Prince Michael
  25.  Prince Nikita (1900–1974)
    Prince Nikita (1923–2007) Son of Prince Nikita
    Prince Fedor (1974–2007) Son of Prince Nikita
    Prince Alexander (1929–2002) Son of Prince Nikita
  26.  Prince Dmitri (1901–1980)
  27.  Prince Rostislav (1902–1978)
    Prince Rostislav (1938–1999) Son of Prince Rostislav
    Prince Rostislav (b.1985) Son of Prince Rostislav
    Prince Michael Romanov (b.2013) Son of Prince Rostislav
    Prince Nikita (b.1987) Son of Prince Rostislav
    Prince Nicholas (1945–2000) Son of Prince Rostislav
    Prince Nicholas (b.1968) Son of Prince Nicholas
    Prince Daniel (b.1972) Son of Prince Nicholas
  28.  Prince Vasili (1907–1989)

    Emperor Nicholas IGrand Duke Michael (4th son) → Grand Duke Sergei (5th son)[edit]

  29.  Grand Duke Sergei (1869–1918)

List of Greek Princes since 1868[edit]

Prince of Great Britain from birth
Prince of the United Kingdom from birth
Created Prince of Great Britain by the sovereign
Created Prince of the United Kingdom by the sovereign
(†) - In Letters Patent dated 20 November 1917, King George V restricted the title of Prince to the children of the sovereign, the children of the sovereign's sons, and the eldest living son of the eldest son of the Prince of Wales.
(‡) - By an Order in Council dated 28 March 1919, as authorized by the Titles Deprivation Act 1917, King George V suspended the British peerage titles, princely dignities and honours of those who sided with Germany in World War I.
As it is the will of The Queen that the children of the Earl and Countess of Wessex be styled as the children of an earl, rather than as princes or princesses, their son, James is not included in this list. Also not included are the descendants of Ernest Augustus, Duke of Brunswick, head of the House of Hanover and the senior male-line descendant of King George III, who bear the title Prince or Princess of the United Kingdom with the style of Royal Highness as a secondary title of pretense.
List of Greek Princes
Name Born Died Royal lineage Notes
Constantine
later, King Constantine I
1868 1923 1st son of King George I Diadochus of Greece, Duke of Sparta, Prince of Denmark from birth;
two spells as King of Greece
18 March 1913 – 11 June 1917
19 December 1920 – 27 September 1922.
George 1869 1957 2nd son of King George I Prince of Greece and Denmark from birth.
Nicholas 1872 1938 3rd son of King George I Prince of Greece and Denmark from birth.
Andrew 1882 1944 4th son of King George I Prince of Greece and Denmark from birth.
Christopher 1888 1940 5th son of King George I Prince of Greece and Denmark from birth.
George
later, King George II
1890 1947 1st son of King Constantine I
& Grandson of King George I
Prince of Greece and Denmark from birth.
Alexander
later, King Alexander I
1893 1920 2nd son of King Constantine I
& Grandson of King George I
Prince of Greece and Denmark from birth.
Paul
later, King Paul I
1901 1964 3rd son of King Constantine I
& Grandson of King George I
Prince of Greece and Denmark from birth.
Peter 1908 1980 Only son of Prince George
& Grandson of King George I
Prince of Greece and Denmark from birth.
Philip
later, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
1921 Only son of Prince Andrew
& Grandson of King George I
Prince of Greece and Denmark from birth.
Michael 1939 Only son of Prince Christopher
& Grandson of King George I
Prince of Greece and Denmark from birth.
Constantine
later, King Constantine II
1940 Only son of King Paul I Prince of Greece and Denmark from birth.
Paul 1967 1st son of King Constantine II
& Grandson of King Paul I
Nicholas 1969 2nd son of King Constantine II
& Grandson of King Paul I
Philip 1986 3rd son of King Constantine II
& Grandson of King Paul I
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I Duke of Cambridge – 1707; Prince of Great Britain – 1714; Duke of Cornwall & Duke of Rothesay – 1714; Prince of Wales – 1714; King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 11 June 1727 until his death. He was concurrently Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire.
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I Duke of Cambridge – 1707; Prince of Great Britain – 1714; Duke of Cornwall & Duke of Rothesay – 1714; Prince of Wales – 1714; King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 11 June 1727 until his death. He was concurrently Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire.
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I Duke of Cambridge – 1707; Prince of Great Britain – 1714; Duke of Cornwall & Duke of Rothesay – 1714; Prince of Wales – 1714; King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 11 June 1727 until his death. He was concurrently Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire.
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I Duke of Cambridge – 1707; Prince of Great Britain – 1714; Duke of Cornwall & Duke of Rothesay – 1714; Prince of Wales – 1714; King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 11 June 1727 until his death. He was concurrently Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire.
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I Duke of Cambridge – 1707; Prince of Great Britain – 1714; Duke of Cornwall & Duke of Rothesay – 1714; Prince of Wales – 1714; King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 11 June 1727 until his death. He was concurrently Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire.
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I Duke of Cambridge – 1707; Prince of Great Britain – 1714; Duke of Cornwall & Duke of Rothesay – 1714; Prince of Wales – 1714; King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 11 June 1727 until his death. He was concurrently Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire.
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I Duke of Cambridge – 1707; Prince of Great Britain – 1714; Duke of Cornwall & Duke of Rothesay – 1714; Prince of Wales – 1714; King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 11 June 1727 until his death. He was concurrently Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire.
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I Duke of Cambridge – 1707; Prince of Great Britain – 1714; Duke of Cornwall & Duke of Rothesay – 1714; Prince of Wales – 1714; King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 11 June 1727 until his death. He was concurrently Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire.
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I Duke of Cambridge – 1707; Prince of Great Britain – 1714; Duke of Cornwall & Duke of Rothesay – 1714; Prince of Wales – 1714; King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 11 June 1727 until his death. He was concurrently Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire.
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I Duke of Cambridge – 1707; Prince of Great Britain – 1714; Duke of Cornwall & Duke of Rothesay – 1714; Prince of Wales – 1714; King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 11 June 1727 until his death. He was concurrently Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire.
[[]]
later, King George II
1683 1760 Only son of King George I Duke of Cambridge – 1707; Prince of Great Britain – 1714; Duke of Cornwall & Duke of Rothesay – 1714; Prince of Wales – 1714; King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 11 June 1727 until his death. He was concurrently Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire.

Romania Princes??[edit]

No Prince Birth Death Notes Son of
1st Generation
1 Prince Karl Anton of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1811 1885 Prince of Hohenzollern 1869–1885
2nd Generation
2 Prince Leopold of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1835 1905 Prince of Hohenzollern 1885–1905 Prince Karl Anton
2 Prince Karl of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen
Later Carol I of Romania
1839 1914
2 Prince Anton of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1841 1866
2 Prince Frederick of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1843 1904
3rd Generation
3 Prince William of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1864 1927 Prince of Hohenzollern 1905–1927 Prince Leopold
3 Prince Ferdinand of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen
Later Ferdinand I of Romania
1865 1927
3 Prince Karl Anton of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1868 1919
4th Generation
4 Prince Frederick of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1891 1965 Prince of Hohenzollern 1927–1965 Prince William
4 Prince Franz Joseph of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1891 1964 3 Sons
4 King Carol II of Romania 1893 1953 Sons of Prince Ferdinand
4 Prince Nicholas of Romania 1903 1978
4 Prince Mircea of Romania 1913 1916
4 Prince Albrecht of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1898 1977 Prince Karl Anton
5th Generation
5 King Michael I of Romania 1921 King Carol II
5 Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1924 2010 Prince of Hohenzollern 1965–2010 Prince Frederick
5 Prince Franz Josef of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1926 1996
5 Prince Johann Georg of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1932
5 Prince Ferfried of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1943 1 s
5 Prince Godehard-Friedrich of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1939 Prince Carlos Patrick 1978 Prince Albrecht
6th Generation
6 Karl Friedrich 1952 Prince of Hohenzollern 2010 – 1 son Prince Friedrich Wilhelm
6 Prince Albrecht of Hohenzollern 1954
6 Prince Ferdinand of Hohenzollern 1960 2 SONS














Princes Tree[edit]

    • Prince Zeid (1898–1970)
      • Prince Ra'ad (b. 1936)
        • (1) Prince Zeid II (b. 1964)
          • (2) Prince Ra'ad (b. 2001)
        • (3) Prince Mired (b. 1965)
          • (4) Prince Rakan (b. 1995)
          • (5) Prince Jafar (b. 2002)
        • (6) Prince Firas (b. 1969)
          • (7) Prince Hashem (b. 2010)
        • (8) Prince Faisal (b. 1975)
          • (9) HH Prince bin Faisal (Born: April 2013)

Members of the Senate of Southern Ireland[edit]

3 ex officio members:

Header text Header text Header text
Lord Chancellor of Ireland Sir John Ross, 1st Baronet
Lord Mayor of Dublin Laurence O'Neill Independent Nationalist
Lord Mayor of Cork Daniel O'Callaghan SF

17 Representatives of Commerce (including Banking), Labour, and the Scientific and Learned Professions to be nominated by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland for a term of 10 years.

States 1938/39 – 1948/49[edit]

Country Head of State as of 01/01/1938
Head of State as of 01/01/1939
Country Head of State as of 01/01/1948
Head of State as of 01/01/1949
 Albania King Zog I of the Albanians  Albania Chairman Omer Nishani
 Andorra Co-Prince and Bishop of Urgell Justí Guitart i Vilardebó
Co-Prince and French President Albert François Lebrun
 Andorra Co-Prince and Bishop of Urgell Ramon Iglesias i Navarri
Co-Prince and French President Vincent Auriol
 Austria Federal President Wilhelm Miklas [2]  Austria Federal President Karl Renner
 Czechoslovaka President Emil Hácha  Czechoslovaka President Klement Gottwald
 Free City of Danzig [[|]]  [[|]] [[|]]
 Denmark King Christian X of Denmark  Denmark King Frederick IX of Denmark
 Estonia President Konstantin Päts  [[|]] [[|]]
 Finland President Kyösti Kallio  Finland President Juho Kusti Paasikivi
 France President Albert François Lebrun  France President Vincent Auriol
 Nazi Germany [[|]]  [[|]] [[|]]
 Greece King George II  Greece King Paul I
 Hungary Regent Miklós Horthy  Hungary President Árpád Szakasits
 Iceland [[|]]  Iceland [[|]]
 Ireland [[|]]  Ireland [[|]]
 Italy [[|]]  Italy [[|]]
 Latvia [[|]]  [[|]] [[|]]
 Liechtenstein [[|]]  Liechtenstein [[|]]
 Lithuania [[|]]  [[|]] [[|]]
 Luxembourg [[|]]  Luxembourg [[|]]
 Monaco [[|]]  Monaco [[|]]
 Netherlands [[|]]  Netherlands [[|]]
 Norway [[|]]  Norway [[|]]
 Poland [[|]]  Poland [[|]]
 Portugal President Óscar Carmona  Portugal President Óscar Carmona
 Romania [[|]]  Romania [[|]]
 San Marino [[|]]  San Marino [[|]]
 Soviet Union [[|]]  [[|]] [[|]]
 Spain President Manuel Azaña  Spain Caudillo Francisco Franco
 Sweden King Gustaf V  Sweden King Gustaf V
  Switzerland [[|]]   Switzerland [[|]]
 United Kingdom King George VI  United Kingdom King George VI
  Vatican City [[|]]   Vatican City [[|]]
 Yugoslavia King Peter II  Yugoslavia President Ivan Ribar

Line of succession in November 1918[edit]


Son of Frederick III

Frederick William III of Prussia to Prince Charles of Prussia to Prince Friedrich Karl of Prussia to Prince Friedrich Leopold of Prussia

Rogue Edits[edit]

Hello Mr Hall of England. I see that you had started the page on Dominion of Pakistan. If you have time, can you please look into edits being done in Monarchy of Pakistan, and subsequently any other edits that relate with the subject matter; such as Dominion of Pakistan. The latest complete content removal in the article clearly shows his lack of knowledge on the history of Pakistan; his lack of understanding of what a Dominion is as well as not understanding the responsibilities of a Governor General; the irony. He becomes quite, in his own words, "confrontational", about wanting to label things which he has no knowledge about as "controversial" (or that is from his interpretation nonIslamic) and goes ahead editing history to adjust the way how he makes sense (or rationalizes) his image of what Pakistan is without any reliable source. Thanks lilpiglet 18:50, 17 March 2014 (UTC)

@Mr Hall of England: Just wanted to give you a heads up the aforementioned situation has been addressed. However, although you are not obligated to, if you have some time and are able to assist with some knowledge about the Dominion of Pakistan as well as the Monarchy of Pakistan. One of the greatest concerns is that there seems to be confusion as to what was Pakistan's first national anthem. God Save the King, and perhaps even God Save the Queen were played but were they played as Royal Anthems until a National Anthem was selected - the sources on Google Books are not very helpful as there seems to be not much info that is provided under free viewing. Regards, --lilpiglet 02:10, 20 March 2014 (UTC)

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Using sandboxes for drafts[edit]

Hi, it is hard to find interaction with other users on your talk page, which is what it is intended for. You could use your sandbox User:Mr Hall of England/sandbox or any other user sub-pages E.G. User:Mr Hall of England/Temp1 for temporary storage instead. Please see WP:USERSUBPAGE. As and when you have finished with any such pages you can tag them with {{db-author}} and someone will delete them for you. – Fayenatic London 13:45, 11 April 2014 (UTC)

I second this.– Gilliam (talk) 03:10, 1 January 2015 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Monarchy of the Irish Free State[edit]

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Military dictatorship

1967–1974

Flag until 18 August 1970
Flag from 18 August 1970
Flag

Motto
Eleftheria i Thanatos
Ελευθερία ή θάνατος
"Freedom or Death"
Anthem'
Ýmnos is tin Eleftherían
Ὕμνος εἰς τὴν Ἐλευθερίαν
"Hymn to Freedom"
Capital Athens
Languages Greek
Religion Greek Orthodox
Government Military dictatorship
Head of State
 -  1967–1973 Constantine II
 -  1973 Georgios Papadopoulos
 -  1973–1974 Phaedon Gizikis
Regent
 -  1967–1972 Georgios Zoitakis
 -  1972–1973 Georgios Papadopoulos
Prime Minister
 -  1967 Konstantinos Kollias
 -  1967–1973 Georgios Papadopoulos
 -  1973 Spyros Markezinis
 -  1973–1974 Adamantios Androutsopoulos
Historical era Cold War
 -  Coup d'état 21 April 1967
 -  Exile of Constantine II 13 December 1967
 -  Constitutional referendum 15 November 1968
 -  Republic declared 1 June 1973
 -  Republic referendum 29 June 1973
 -  Metapolitefsi 24 July 1974
Currency Greek drachma
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Parliments of Europe 1938/39[edit]

Country Parliment Type Notes Monarchy/Republic
 Albania Parliament of Albania Unicameral Senate abolished in 1926 Monarchy
 Andorra General Council of Andorra Unicameral
 Austria Federal Convention ? Uni
 First Czechoslovak Republic
 Second Czechoslovak Republic
National Assembly Bicameral Senate
Chamber of Deputies
 Free City of Danzig Volkstag Uni
 Denmark Rigsdagen Bicameral Landsting
Folketing
 Estonia Riigikogu Bicameral Upper Chamber
Lower Chamber
 Finland Parliament of Finland Uni Senate abolished in 1918
 France Parliment of France Bicameral Senate
National Assembly
 Germany Reichstag Uni
 Greece Parliament of the Hellenes Uni 4th of August Regime Greek Senate abolished in 1935 (Former Chamber of Deputies)
 Hungary Diet of Hungary Bicameral House of Magnates
House of Representatives
 Iceland Althing Bicameral Upper House
Lower House
 Ireland Oireachtas Bicameral Seanad Éireann
Dáil Éireann
 Italy Parliment of Italy Bicameral Senate
Chamber of Deputies
 Latvia
 Liechtenstein
 Lithuania
 Luxembourg
 Monaco
 Netherlands
 Norway
 Poland National Assembly Bic Senate of Poland Sejm
 Portugal Corporative Chamber
National Assembly
 Romania Parliament of Romania Bicameral Senate
Chamber of Deputies
 San Marino
 Soviet Union Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union Bicameral Soviet of the Union
Soviet of Nationalities
 Spain Congress of Deputies Unicameral Senate abolished in 1923
 Sweden Riksdag Bicameral First Chamber
Second Chamber
  Switzerland Federal Assembly Bicameral Council of States
National Council
 United Kingdom Parliament of the United Kingdom Bicameral House of Lords
House of Commons
  Vatican City
 Yugoslavia Parliament of Yugoslavia Bicameral Senate
Chamber of Deputies

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List of official delegations for 1919[edit]

List of participants to Paris Peace Conference, 1919

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
United States United States Woodrow Wilson President
United Kingdom United Kingdom David Lloyd George Prime Minister
France France Georges Clemenceau Prime Minister
Japan Empire of Japan Saionji Kinmochi Former Prime Minister
Italy Kingdom of Italy Vittorio Emanuele Orlando Prime Minister

B[edit]

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
Belgium Belgium Paul Hymans Minister of Foreign Affairs
Bolivia Bolivia [[]] Prime Minister
Brazil Brazil Epitácio Pessoa [[]]

C[edit]

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
China Republic of China (1912–49) [[]] Prime Minister
Cuba Cuba [[]] Prime Minister
Czechoslovakia First Czechoslovak Republic Karel Kramář
Edvard Beneš
Milan Rastislav Štefánik
Prime Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of War

E[edit]

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
Ecuador Ecuador [[]] Prime Minister

G[edit]

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
Greece Kingdom of Greece [[]] Prime Minister
Guatemala Guatemala [[]] Prime Minister

H[edit]

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
Haiti Haiti [[]] Prime Minister
Hejaz Kingdom of Hejaz [[]] Prime Minister
Honduras Honduras [[]] Prime Minister

L[edit]

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
Liberia Liberia Charles D. B. King Secretary of State

N[edit]

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
Nicaragua Nicaragua [[]] Prime Minister

P[edit]

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
Panama Panama [[]] Prime Minister
Peru Peru [[]] Prime Minister
Poland Second Polish Republic [[]] Prime Minister
Portugal First Portuguese Republic [[]] Prime Minister

R[edit]

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
Romania Kingdom of Romania [[]] Prime Minister

S[edit]

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
Serb-Croat-Slovene State Kingdom of Yugoslavia [[]] Prime Minister
Siam Thailand [[]] Prime Minister

U[edit]

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
Uruguay Uruguay Juan Antonio Buero Minister of Foreign Affairs

British Empire[edit]

Country Flag Official delegation Titles
Australia Australia Billy Hughes
Joseph Cook
Robert Garran
Keith Murdoch
Prime Minister and Attorney-General
Minister for the Navy
Solicitor-General
Canada Canada Robert Borden
George Eulas Foster
Charles Doherty
Arthur Sifton
Prime Minister and Secretary of State for External Affairs
Minister of Trade and Commerce
Minister of Justice
Minister of Customs and Inland Revenue
India British Raj Edwin Samuel Montagu
Satyendra Prasanno Sinha
Ganga Singh
Secretary of State for India
Under-Secretary of State for India
New Zealand New Zealand William Massey
Joseph Ward
Prime Minister
Minister of Finance
South Africa South Africa Louis Botha
Jan Smuts
Prime Minister and Minister of Native Affairs
Minister of Defence

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Viceroy's Executive Council[edit]

I used this for reference: http://books.google.co.in/books?id=KBCd9ZKzbUUC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false

--Salilb (talk) 16:13, 8 September 2014 (UTC)

Strange, the pages of the book are quite visible at my end. --Salilb (talk) 07:34, 3 December 2014 (UTC)

The book is visible to be in Google books but since I'm unable to download I'll try to send screenshots. Do share your contact details. --Salilb (talk) 11:00, 5 December 2014 (UTC)

Executive Committee of the Privy Council of Ireland as of 18 September 1914[edit]

Name Title in Ireland PC (Ireland)
John Hamilton-Gordon Lord Lieutenant of Ireland [[]]
Christopher Palles
(1831–1920)
Solicitor-General 1872
Attorney-General 1872–1873
1872
Michael Hicks Beach
(1837–1916)
Chief Secretary 1874–1878, 1886–1887 1874
William Moore Johnson
(1831–1920)
Solicitor-General 1880–1881
Attorney-General 1881–1883
1881
Sir George Trevelyan, Bt
(1838–1928)
Chief Secretary 1882–1884 1882
Sir Andrew Porter, Bt
(1837–1919)
Solicitor-General 1881–1882
Attorney-General 1882–1883
Master of the Rolls in Ireland 1883–1906
1883
Hugh Holmes
(1840–1916)
Solicitor-General 1878–1880
Attorney-General 1885–1886, 1886–1887
1885
Sir William Hart Dyke, Bt
(1837–1931)
Chief Secretary 1885–1886
The Viscount Morley of Blackburn
(1838–1923)
Chief Secretary 1886, 1892–1895 1886
Arthur Balfour
(1848–1930)
Chief Secretary 1887–1891 1887
John George Gibson
(1846–1923)
Solicitor-General 1885–1886, 1886–1887
Attorney-General 1887
The Earl of Meath
(1841–1929)
The Baron O'Brien
(1831–1920)
Solicitor-General 1887–1888
Attorney-General 1888–1889
Lord Chief Justice 1889–1913
1888
Joseph West Ridgeway
(1844–1930)
Under-Secretary 1887–1893 1889
Dodgson Hamilton Madden
(1840–1928)
Solicitor-General 1888–1890
Attorney-General 1890–1892
The Baron Allerton
(1840–1917)
Chief Secretary 1891–1892 1891
The Baron Atkinson
(1844–1932)
Solicitor-General 1890–1892
Attorney-General 1895–1905
1892
The Earl of Fingall
(1859–1929)
The Marquess of Londonderry
(1852–1915)
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 1886–1889
Gerald Balfour
(1853–1945)
Chief Secretary 1895–1900 1895
The Earl Roberts
(1832–1914)
Commander-in-Chief, Ireland 1895–1900
Thomas Sinclair
(1838–1914)
1896
The Baron Barrymore
(1843–1925)
Edward Carson
(1854–1935)
Solicitor-General 1892
Horace Plunkett
(1854–1932)
1897
The Baron Pirrie
(1847–1924)
William Drennan Andrews
(1832–1924)
HRH The Duke of York
(1865–1936)
Later George V in 1910
The Baron Clonbrock
(1834–1917)
1898
The Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl
(1841–1926)
1899
HRH The Duke of Connaught and Strathearn
(1850–1942)
Commander-in-Chief, Ireland 1900–1904 1900
David Harrel
(1841–1939)
[[]]
The Earl of Mayo
(1851–1927)
[[]]
The Earl of Westmeath
(1870–1933)
[[]] 1902
Jonathan Hogg
(1847–1930)
The Earl Erne
(1839–1914)
William Kenny
(1846–1921)
Solicitor-General 1895–1898
The Marquess of Ormonde
(1844–1919)
Sir John Ross, Bt
(1853–1935)
Sir Henry Robinson, Bt
(1857–1927)
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Provinces of Prussia as of 01/01/1945[edit]

Province Flag Coat of Arms Established Disestablished
Brandenburg Coat of Arms of Brandenburg.svg 1815 1946
Pomerania Coat of Arms of Pomerania.svg 1815 1945
Saxony Coat of Arms of Saxony.svg 1816 1945
Westphalia Coat of Arms of Westphalia.svg 1815 1946
Rhine Province Coat of Arms of the Rheinland.svg 1822 1946
Province of Hohenzollern Coat of Arms of Hohenzollern Province.svg 1850 1946
Province of Schleswig-Holstein Coat of Arms of Schleswig-Holstein.svg 1868 1946
Province of Hanover Coat of Arms of Hannover.svg 1868 1946
Province of Lower Silesia 60px 1941 1945
Province of Upper Silesia 60px 1941 1945
Berlin 60px 1920
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Princes of Sweden[edit]

Name Title Reign Birth–Death
Forfather
Union between Sweden and Norway Charles XIV/III John Sweden King Charles XIV of Sweden
Norway King Charles XII of Norway
1818–1844 1763–1844
First Generation
Union between Sweden and Norway Oscar I Sweden King Oscar I of Sweden
Norway King Oscar I of Norway
Duke of Södermanland 1811–1844
1844–1859 1799–1859
Second Generation
Union between Sweden and Norway Charles XV/IV Sweden King Charles XV of Sweden
Norway King Charles IV of Norway
Duke of Skåne 1811–1859
1859–1872 1826–1872
Prince Gustav Duke of Uppland 1827–1852 1827–1852
Union between Sweden and Norway Oscar II Sweden King Oscar II of Sweden
Norway King Oscar II of Norway
Duke of Östergötland 1829–1872
1872–1907
1872–1905

1829–1907
Prince August Duke of Dalarna 1831–1873 1831–1873
Third Generation
Prince Carl Oscar Duke of Södermanland 1852–1854 1826–1872
Sweden Gustaf V Sweden King Gustaf V of Sweden
Duke of Värmland 1858–1907
1907–1950 1858–1950
Prince Oscar Duke of Gotland 1859–1888
Count of Wisborg 1888–1953
1859–1953
Prince Carl Duke of Västergötland 1861–1851 1861–1951
Prince Eugen Duke of Närke 1861–1851 1865–1947
Fourth Generation
Sweden Gustaf VI Adolf Sweden King Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden
Duke of Skåne 1882–1950
1950–1973 1882–1973
Prince Wilhelm Duke of Södermanland 1884–1965 1884–1965
Prince Erik Duke of Västmanland 1889–1918 1889–1918
Prince Carl Duke of Östergötland 1911–1937
Prince Bernadotte 1937–2003
1911–2003
Fifth Generation
Prince Gustaf Adolf Duke of Västerbotten 1906–1947 1906–1947
Prince Sigvard Duke of Uppland 1907–1934
Count of Wisborg 1934–2002
1907–2002
Prince Bertil Duke of Halland 1912–1997 1912–1997
Prince Carl Johan Duke of Dalarna 1916–1946
Count of Wisborg 1946–2012
1916–2012
Prince Lennart Duke of Småland 1909–1932
Count of Wisborg 1932–2004
1909–2004
Sixth Generation
Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf Sweden King Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden
Duke of Jämtland 1946–1973
1973– 1946–
Seventh Generation
Prince Carl Philip Duke of Värmland 1979– 1979–

Re:International rugby manager template[edit]

Thanks for the suggestion. I do admit, I like the change to the table, especially the color coding for win, lose, draw. I do think that perhaps a key would be necessary. I know it's silly, we as editors, can't assume readers will instantly understand what the colors will mean. Rugby.change (talk) 18:29, 25 November 2014 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of 1964 Constitution of Afghanistan: Preamble[edit]

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Royal Family of Ethiopia[edit]

Family tree line[edit]

Presidencies and provinces of British India[edit]

States Years
Bengal 1765–1947 Presidency
Bombay 1618–1947 Presidency
Madras 1684–1947 Presidency
[[|]] 19XX–19XX
Aden 1839–1937 Province
Agra 1904–1947 Province
Ajmer-Merwara 19XX–19XX Province
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency
Bengal Presidency 19XX–19XX Presidency

Princely States[edit]

Train[edit]

Train Name Built Link Location/Owner
Southern Railway Battle of Britain class 34051 Winston Churchill 1947
Pullman LNER Parlour First 208[3] 1927 Vintage Carriages Gleno Abbey Hotel, Galway
Southern Railway Gangwayed Luggage Van S2464S 1931 Vintage Carriages Swanage Railway
Pullman BRS Kitchen First Carina[4] 1951 Vintage Carriages Bluebell Railway/5-BEL Trust
Pullman CIWL Kitchen Parlour First Lydia[3] 1925 Vintage Carriages Swanage Railway
Pullman BRS Parlour First Perseus[4] 1951 Vintage Carriages Stewarts Lane/British PullmanVSOE
Pullman CIWL Parlour First Isle of Thanet[3] 1925 Vintage Carriages Swanage Railway
Preserved SR Gangwayed Bogie Luggage van no. 2462, from the same construction batch as no. 2464

The hearse was a Southern Railway 53 ft 3 in (16.23 m) Gangwayed Bogie Luggage van, no. 2464, which was built in 1931 as part of a batch of 30. It had been withdrawn from normal service in 1961, and was set aside and repainted into the Pullman cream and umber colours in July 1962. The van was kept out of public gaze in Stewarts Lane carriage sheds.[5][6]

Ways to improve Muhammed Akbar Khan, Crown Prince of Afghanistan[edit]

Hi, I'm Fiachra10003. Mr Hall of England, thanks for creating Muhammed Akbar Khan, Crown Prince of Afghanistan!

I've just tagged the page, using our page curation tools, as having some issues to fix. HI Mr. Hall - was the boy's name Muhammed Akbar or Muhammad Akbar? I know arabic transliteration into English is fluid at best, but most sources seem to spell it "Muhammad"

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Line of succession to the former Ethiopian throne[edit]

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CE Films[edit]

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075029/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091187/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094747/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0105695/
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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0186566/
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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0405159/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0418689/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0498380/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0824747/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1057500/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1212419/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2179136/

Jan Smuts Medals[edit]

Commonwealth realms[edit]

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Jan_Smuts&oldid=477679278#Awards.2Fdecorations

https://archive.org/stream/J.C.SmutsInSummary/SmutsJC-Oorsig_djvu.txt

Appointments
Country Ribbon Date Awarded Appointment Post-nominal letters
 United Kingdom 1 January 1947 Order of Merit OM
 United Kingdom 4 June 1917 Order of the Companions of Honour CH
 South Africa  – Dekoratie voor Trouwe Dienst DTD
 South Africa  – Medalje voor de Anglo-Boere Oorlog
 United Kingdom  – 1914–15 Star
 United Kingdom  – British War Medal
 South Africa  – Victory Medal
 United Kingdom  – General Service Medal
 United Kingdom  – 1939–1945 Star
 United Kingdom  – Africa Star
 United Kingdom  – Italy Star
 United Kingdom  – France and Germany Star
 United Kingdom  – Defence Medal
 United Kingdom  – War Medal 1939–1945
 South Africa  – Africa Service Medal
 South Africa  – Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct
 South Africa  – Efficiency Decoration ED
 South Africa  – Union of South Africa Commemoration Medal
 United Kingdom 1911 King George V Coronation Medal
 United Kingdom 1935 King George V Silver Jubilee Medal
 United Kingdom 1937 King George VI Coronation Medal
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 United Kingdom [[Image:|60px|alt=]]  – [[]]
 United Kingdom [[Image:|60px|alt=]]  – [[]]
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Nomination for deletion of Template:Rooney Garland films[edit]

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Kings of Nepal[edit]

King Son(s) Grandson(s)
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King Prithvi King Tribhuvan [[]]
King Tribhuvan King Mahendra
Prince
Prince
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King Mahendra King Birendra
King Gyanendra
Prince Dhirendra
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King Birendra King Dipendra
Prince Nirajan
[[]]
King Dipendra [[]] [[]]
King Gyanendra Crown Prince Paras Prince Hridayendra

http://www.royalark.net/Nepal/nepal8.htm

Nomination for deletion of Template:1964 Constitution of Afghanistan[edit]

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Editing Template:House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov

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  1. ^ Anderson, Terry H. (2011). Bush's Wars. Oxford University Press. p. 12. ISBN 9780199747528. 
  2. ^ Annexed by Germany on 13 March 1938
  3. ^ a b c Haresnape 1987, p. 155
  4. ^ a b Haresnape 1987, p. 156
  5. ^ Gould 1992, pp. 77,80,85
  6. ^ King 2003, pp. 194, 223