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Who was the Prince of Wales in 1920?

  The Prince of Wales in 1920 was Prince Edward, the eldest son of King George V. Prince Edward briefly became King Edward VIII in 1936 but abdicated in favour of his brot (MORE)
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Does the prince of wales speak welsh?

no of course not he's english, but I think he should He studied the language at university for one term in 1969 -- but I very much doubt that he's practised much since!
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Why is Prince Charles the prince of wales and not of England?

Prince Charles has the title of 'Prince of Wales' because of it being traditionally granted to the heir apparent to the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain (MORE)

Is Prince William the Prince of Wales?

No Prince William is not The Prince of Wales. That title is held by the eldest son of the reigning monarch. The reigning monarch is Queen Elizabeth II and her eldest son is Pr (MORE)

Who was Prince Madoc of wales?

There is a legend, believed by many, that Prince Madoc started a colony in North America several hundred years before Columbus.
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Who is the Prince of Wales?

The Prince of Wales is currently HRH Prince Charles, who is the eldest child of the current Queen.
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Who was the first prince of Wales?

  The first man to use the title,Prince of Wales was Dafydd Ap Llywelyn, of Gwynedd. Similar titles had been used by previous members of the house of Aberffraw, Owain Gwyn (MORE)
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Who did Llewelyn Prince of Wales marry?

He married Ellen De Montfort. Simon and Nell De Montfort's daughter. Nell De Montfort was King Henry III sister. Simon De Montfort was a French born English rebel who fought f (MORE)

When Charles prince of wales succeeds to the english throne or William if Charles predeceases his mother will the house of Windsor be over and replaced by the house of Mountbatten?

The House of Windsor came into being in 1917, when the name was  adopted as the British Royal Family's official name by a  proclamation of King George V, replacing the histo (MORE)