Did Frederick William IV of Prussia have children?
No, Frederick William IV and his wife Elizabeth of Bavaria had no children.
Frederick William IV of Prussia died on 1861-01-02. Read More
Frederick William IV of Prussia was born on 1795-10-15. Read More
Frederick William IV refused the German throne, which had been offered to him by the Frankfurt Parliament on Oct.3,1849 because : "He would not accept a crown from the gutter" Read More
Frederick William IV was a fan of constitutions. These were often his resolution to many of the problems that his country faced during his rule. His biggest constitution was created when he decided to turn Prussia into a liberal government. Read More
I will assume that you mean a Frederick William of Prussia, specifically Frederick William IV. He is remembered as a patron of the arts and music, perhaps especially of Mendelssohn, and also for numerous buildings. You might be interested to read his wikipedia article. Read More
Isambard Brunell Elizabeth Fry Felix Medelssohn Charles Dickens Frederick William IV of Prussia For other you might consider visiting the 1845 page or the 1840s page on wikipedia. Read More
Frederick IV of Oettingen was born in 1360. Read More
Frederick Nah IV's birth name is Frederick Nah IV. Read More
Frederick Breedon IV goes by Freddy. Read More
Frederick William IV of Prussia was king of Prussia during the Revolutions of 1848, often nicknamed the "Spring of Nations". During the revolution, a German parliament started up and tried to work out a deal to unify Germany into a single country- at that time, Germany was divided into many small countries. The Parliament decided to offer Frederick William the role of emperor of the newly unified Germany- and he flatly refused it. He reportedly… Read More
In 1848 rioting in Berlin forced the Prussian king Frederick William IV to promise a constitution true or false?
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Frederick IV of Oettingen died on 1415-09-19. Read More
Frederick Nah IV was born on July 25, 1990, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Read More
Her grandfather was George III, and her father was his 4th son. Her uncle George IV had no children, so when he died, his brother William IV became king. William IV had no children either, so George and William's niece Victoria was declared heir, and became queen on William's death on June 20, 1837. Reportedly, William IV did not like Victoria's mother, and did everything he could to stay alive past Victoria's 18th birthday, so… Read More
King George IV was on the throne before King William IV. Read More
George III (1738-1820) was succeeded by his eldest son George IV (1762-1830). Since George IV had no surviving children the throne passed to his younger brother, the third son of George III, William IV (1765-1837). George III's second son died before he inherited the throne. He was Prince Frederick, Duke of York and Albany (1763-1827). Read More
King Frederick IV of Denmark was born on October 11, 1671 and died on October 12, 1730. King Frederick IV of Denmark would have been 59 years old at the time of death or 343 years old today. Read More
William Sprague IV was born on September 12, 1830. Read More
William IV was her Uncle, her fathers elder brother Read More
Did rioting in Berlin force the Prussian king Frederick William IV to promise a constitution in 1848?
There were revolutions going all through Europe during the year of 1848 and as a result of these uprisings, absolute monarchs became more liberal and started to create constitutional monarchies. In Prussia, the Berlin riots had the same effect where FW promised to create a rechtsstaat where the king's power would no longer go unchecked Read More
Because she is the second queen to rule England of that name. It has nothing to do with having children, or else William I, Richard I, Richard II, Edward VI, Mary I, Charles II, William III, Mary II, William IV and Edward VI would also not count for none ever had a legitimate child. If you only count the ancestors of the current queen even less would count, since some had children, but they or… Read More
William the IV became king in 1830 to 1837 (only 7 years) Read More
William IV of the United Kingdom was born on August 21, 1765. Read More