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King of Hanover

King of Hanover
Provincial/State
Imperial Coat of arms
George V
Details
Style His Majesty
First monarch George III
Last monarch George V
Formation 12 October 1814
Abolition 20 September 1866
Appointer Hereditary
Pretender(s) Prince Ernest Augustus

The King of Hanover (Congress of Vienna, on 12 October 1814 at Vienna, and ending with the kingdom's annexation by Prussia on 20 September 1866.

Contents

  • History 1
  • List of Electors of Hanover 2
  • List of Kings of Hanover 3
  • Standard & Coat of arms 4
  • See also 5
  • Notes 6

History

In 1813, Congress of Vienna. The personal union with the United Kingdom ended in 1837 on the accession of Queen Victoria because the succession laws in Hanover, based on Salic law, prevented a female inheriting the title if there was any surviving male heir (in the United Kingdom, a male took precedence only over his own sisters).

List of Electors of Hanover

Electors of Hanover
Image Name Date Notes
George I Louis 1708–1727 Son of Ernest Augustus. Became King of Great Britain in 1714. Acquired Bremen-Verden in 1719.
George II Augustus 1727–1760 Son of preceding. Acquired the Land of Hadeln in 1731.
George III William Frederick 1760–1806 Grandson of preceding. Became King of the United Kingdom (by way of the act of union with Ireland) in 1801. Acquired the Prince-Bishopric of Osnabrück in 1803. He lost (early 1801), regained (April 1801), lost again (May 1803), regained again (Autumn 1805), lost for a third time (early 1806), and regained for a third time (October 1813) de facto power in Hanover by various occupations and annexations during the Great French War (1801–1813). After the electoral title became defunct, with the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806, nonetheless between 1806 and 1814, the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire was not recognised and George III retained the electoral title until early 1814 when George was proclaimed King of Hanover, a title which was universally recognised during the Congress of Vienna (1814–15).

List of Kings of Hanover

Monarch Consort Reign Royal House
# Portrait Name Portrait Name Reign start Reign end
1 King George III
(1738–1820)
König Georg III
Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz - 1760-1800 Queen Charlotte
(1744–1818)
Königin Charlotte
12 October 1814
29 January 1820 Hanover
2 King George IV
(1762–1830)
König Georg IV
Queen Caroline
(1768–1821)
Königin Caroline
29 January 1820 26 June 1830 Hanover
3 King William I
(1765–1837)
König Wilhelm I
Queen Adelaide
(1792–1845)
Königin Adelaide
26 June 1830 20 June 1837 Hanover
4 King Ernest Augustus I
(1771–1851)
Queen Frederica
(1778–1841)
20 June 1837 18 November 1851 Hanover
5 King George V
(1819–1878)
Queen Marie
(1818–1907)
18 November 1851 20 September 1866 Hanover

Standard & Coat of arms

After the personal union with Great Britain ended in 1837, Hanover kept the British royal arms and standard, only introducing a new Crown (after the British model).

See also

Notes

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