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    Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    Prince Carl Johan Bernadotte of Sweden, Count of Wisborg, was a member of the Swedish Royal family. He was descended from Victoria through his British mother, Princess Margaret of Connaught, who became Crown Princess of Sweden on her marriage to his father the Crown Prince (future King) Gustav VI Adolf.

    He actually died back in May () but I was aware he was the last one, I just missed hearing about his death. You may have guessed by now that I'm interested in European royal genealogy.

    In case I haven't sent to you all to sleep yet, did you know....

    ....that Queen Victoria descendants include five current reigning monarchs and would include yet another five from deposed/defunct monarchies?

    It all came about because her daughters/granddaughters/great-granddaughters would often marry strategically into other European houses. I have dubbed it the 'Game of Thrones'. They were all related. They sometimes married their first-cousins. Victoria and Albert themselves were first-cousins. And so by the time you get to a few generations down it's all over the place.



    The five monarchs descended from Victoria (all great-great-grandchildren) are:

    Queen Elizabeth II of United Kingdom
    King Harald V of Norway
    King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden
    Queen Margarethe II of Denmark
    King Juan Carlos I of Spain

    The five former reigning monarchs descended from her are:

    Germany (ended after WWI and defeat of Kaiser Wilhelm II)
    Russia (ended after Revolution and death of Romanov family of Tsar Nicholas II)
    Yugoslavia (ended after WWII with deposing of Peter II)
    Romania (ended after WWII with deposing of Michael I)
    Greece (ended in 1970s with deposing of Constantine II)

    Also any number of German ducal houses such as Hohenlohe-Langenburg, Leiningen, the Landgraves of Hesse-Darmstadt and Hesse-Kassel, the Dukes of Hanover and Dukes of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (would have been Victoria but had to go through the male line to one of her sons)

    Also descended for her is Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (he was a member of the Greek Royal Family) and is Elizabeth II's third-cousin. P.S. He isn't Greek at all - that entire family are actually Danish, they gave the throne to a son of King Christian IX.

    Speaking of him....

    It's the same story with him, King Christian IX of Denmark. His reigning descendants are of Denmark, Norway, United Kingdom, Belgium, Luxembourg, and formerly Greece and Romania.

    Lesson over, thanks for listening. If you made it this far, I congratulate you.

    It's a very obscure niche interest of mine.


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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    On a point of pedantry, Tsar Nicholas II was not a descendant of Queen Victoria.

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    Prince Philip's mother was devout Greek Orthodox and in her old age after her husband died became a nun and went to live with her son in Buck House so 1950s an elderly woman in a nun's habit could sometimes be seen in the halls ...

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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    and how does this help us get rid of the monarchy?




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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    I think chickenguy was referring to his wife Tsarina Alexandra

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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    Quote Originally Posted by timboy View Post
    I think chickenguy was referring to his wife Tsarina Alexandra
    is she the secret to overthrowing these over indulgent fucks.




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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    Yes yes all very interesting, but more important, ChickenGuy will you.

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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    ChickenGuy, I thought it was very interesting, because I at one point became absorbed with the saga of Tsar Nicholas II and his wife. If I recall, Tsar Nicholas II and King George were cousins, and the fact that his own cousin turned his back on him after the Revolution changed the course of history.

    Then of course we have the family's history of hemophilia, which also marked a major role in history. And so on.

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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    Victoria and her descendants have unleashed more evil on the earth than she ever could have imagined. The sooner that the world is rid, once and for all of this legacy, the better I would sleep.

    Unfortunately, however, the fallout from the British Empire under this woman will resonate for centuries and centuries.

    Sadly Albert died too soon to help prevent some of the damage that Vicky and her empire thirsty brigands unleashed. And no one could have prevented the tragedy of the crowned heads of Europe thinking that it was Medieval times into the 20th century and that their family feuds and lust for power equalled statecraft.

    Although, given the horror show unleashed by her heirs in Germany, thank God they didn't spawn any more children than they did.
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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    Quote Originally Posted by timboy View Post
    I think chickenguy was referring to his wife Tsarina Alexandra
    I was indeed, it would have been their young haemophiliac son the Tsarevich, had he survived to become Tsar, that would have been the descendant. Or even the dubious pretenders, were they truthful, who claimed to be their daughter Anastasia.

    Quote Originally Posted by csb999 View Post
    Prince Philip's mother was devout Greek Orthodox and in her old age after her husband died became a nun and went to live with her son in Buck House so 1950s an elderly woman in a nun's habit could sometimes be seen in the halls ...
    She converted to that religion but she was British, a member of the Mountbatten family (the anglicised form of their original German name, von Battenberg)

    P.S.

    Another quick addition....

    Quote Originally Posted by ChickenGuy View Post
    It's the same story with him, King Christian IX of Denmark. His reigning descendants are of Denmark, Norway, United Kingdom, Belgium, Luxembourg, and formerly Greece and Romania.
    His descendants also included the aforementioned Tsar of Russia, and will also include Spain, but not through Juan Carlos I, but through his 'Greek' (i.e. patrilinearly Danish) wife, and their son and heir Felipe, Prince of Asturias.


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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    Jesus Chicken all thats missing is the banjo music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    ....Tsar Nicholas II and King George were cousins, and the fact that his own cousin turned his back on him after the Revolution changed the course of history...
    What do you mean? I understood the British sent a ship to St Petersburg to help some of the Russian cousins to escape.

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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    ^ King George V personally was willing to send a ship to rescue them, and give them exile in Britain.

    However, he was advised not to, since it was wartime, and since the mood of the public and of government was not to indulge and show favour to foreign powers (the same reason they all changed their German-sounding names and relinquished their German titles)

    When the family all ended up getting shot by the Bolsheviks, it was a source of deep sorrow and regret for him that he couldn't have saved them.

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    "Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95"

    So the great grandchild didn't have children ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickenGuy View Post
    ^ King George V personally was willing to send a ship to rescue them, and give them exile in Britain.

    However, he was advised not to, since it was wartime, and since the mood of the public and of government was not to indulge and show favour to foreign powers (the same reason they all changed their German-sounding names and relinquished their German titles)

    When the family all ended up getting shot by the Bolsheviks, it was a source of deep sorrow and regret for him that he couldn't have saved them.
    That's an interesting perspective, ChickenGuy--the other side of the coin, as it were.

    The Russians don't look at it exactly the same way. When researchers found the Tsar's bones, scientists rushed to do the DNA to positively identify the bones as the Tsar's. They could only do mitochondrial DNA, which required the cooperation of a Russian relative, who refused. He still, after all those decades, held bad feelings for what he beliveed that the Brits had done to the Tsar.

    They ended up going to someone else for the DNA.

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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    ok again who gives a flying fuck about these inbreds.

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    I saw on Antiques Roadshow some of the relics of the British ship sent to St Petersburg to help some of them.

    Wiki says British ships were sent to the Crimea in 1918(?) to rescue "Nicholas's mother (George's aunt) Maria Feodorovna (Dagmar of Denmark) and other members of the extended Russian imperial family".

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickenGuy View Post
    ^ King George V personally was willing to send a ship to rescue them, and give them exile in Britain.

    However, he was advised not to, since it was wartime, and since the mood of the public and of government was not to indulge and show favour to foreign powers (the same reason they all changed their German-sounding names and relinquished their German titles)

    When the family all ended up getting shot by the Bolsheviks, it was a source of deep sorrow and regret for him that he couldn't have saved them.
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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    Quote Originally Posted by ChickenGuy View Post
    The five monarchs descended from Victoria (all great-great-grandchildren) are:

    Queen Elizabeth II of United Kingdom
    King Harald V of Norway
    King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden
    Queen Margarethe II of Denmark
    King Juan Carlos I of Spain

    The five former reigning monarchs descended from her are:

    Germany (ended after WWI and defeat of Kaiser Wilhelm II)
    Russia (ended after Revolution and death of Romanov family of Tsar Nicholas II)
    Yugoslavia (ended after WWII with deposing of Peter II)
    Romania (ended after WWII with deposing of Michael I)
    Greece (ended in 1970s with deposing of Constantine II)

    Also any number of German ducal houses such as Hohenlohe-Langenburg, Leiningen, the Landgraves of Hesse-Darmstadt and Hesse-Kassel, the Dukes of Hanover and Dukes of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (would have been Victoria but had to go through the male line to one of her sons)

    Also descended for her is Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (he was a member of the Greek Royal Family) and is Elizabeth II's third-cousin. P.S. He isn't Greek at all - that entire family are actually Danish, they gave the throne to a son of King Christian IX.
    Where does Hyacinth Bucket (pronounced 'Bouquet') fit in all this?

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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    That's an interesting perspective, ChickenGuy--the other side of the coin, as it were.

    The Russians don't look at it exactly the same way. When researchers found the Tsar's bones, scientists rushed to do the DNA to positively identify the bones as the Tsar's. They could only do mitochondrial DNA, which required the cooperation of a Russian relative, who refused. He still, after all those decades, held bad feelings for what he beliveed that the Brits had done to the Tsar.

    They ended up going to someone else for the DNA.
    As a side note, Queen Mary cheated the Tzarina out of some crown jewels, thus Tzarina Alexandra gave many remaining jewels to her sister-in-law, Grand Duchess Olga Romanov to smuggle out of the country. Olga barely escaped the execution and, after her second marriage in Kiev to Nikolai Kulikovsky, was eventually given sanctuary here in Canada. Her and her husband were given a farm in Campbellville, ON but had a hard time making a go of it, so moved to Cooksville (now Mississauga). They lived in Cooksville for many years and slowly descended into poverty. Rumour has it that she burried the remaining crown jewels somewhere on the property in Cooksville, thus sparking secret midnight visits from many European Crowns to return the jewels, all to no avail. Apparently the visits were so frequent that the village of Cooksville had to raise funds to pave the road on which Olga lived.

    Olga was also a rather accomplished painter and spent many years painting local landscapes and giving them out to her neighbours, of whom she became very close with. Believe it or not, even now, after many years after Olga's death, the odd painting of her's still show up in a local garage sale, the owners obviously not knowing it's origins. Olga's house is just down the street from where I live.

    Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna died penniless in a roominghouse in down town Toronto in 1960, a true riches to rags tragedy.
    Last edited by mikey3000; July 19th, 2012 at 08:30 PM.

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    CG is correct re Victoria, in that the current pretender to the Russian throne, Maria Vladimirovna, is descended from Queen Victoria through her paternal grandmother, Victoria Melita, the daughter of Victoria's second son, Alfred, and who was married to Nicholas II's first cousin, Cyril. I didn't know any of this, but I have an abiding interest in history and folly, and three minutes worth of Wikepedia articles verified CG's post.
    Maria Vladmirovna's claim is not undisputed, but she has more support than her rival, most importantly from the Orthodox church.

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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    Dynasties, as they connote power, are fascinating, if not necessarily admirable.

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    ^ yes, the Fondas, the Kennedys, the Kardashians,

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    Actually, the British sent a warship to the Black Sea the Crimean Peninsula to rescue many Romanovs and their retainers.

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    ^ that's what I said.

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    Re: Final surviving great-grandchild of Queen Victoria dies age 95

    Quote Originally Posted by mikey3000 View Post
    As a side note, Queen Mary cheated the Tzarina out of some crown jewels
    I've never heard that story before. Do tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDestiny View Post
    I've never heard that story before. Do tell.
    Queen Mary knew she had the Romanovs over the ropes, so she paid pennies on the dollar of their true value, and offered to hold on to others till peace was restored in Mother russia. Unfortunately that never happened and the British Royals kept the stones. Many larger jewells were given to The Grand Duchess Olga to smuggle out of the country and the remaining treasures, the smaller ones, were sewen into the dresses of the female members of the Russian Royal family, hopefully hidden and protected for the escape that never came.

    Source...Olga Romanov Russias Last Grand Duchess: Amazon.ca: Patricia Phenix: Books
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