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Charles IV (Prague, 14 May 1316 - Prague, 29 November 1378) was King of Bohemia from 1346 to 1378 and Emperor of Holy Roman Empire from 1355 to 1378. 14.5.1316 — 29.11.1378 Charles IV of Luxembourg, born Wenceslas, son of King John of Luxembourg, was the second member of the Luxembourg dynasty to become King of Bohemia (1346 — 1378) and the first to attain the title Holy Roman Emperor (1355 - 1378). He held many other titles besides: Margrave of Moravia, Count of Luxembourg, King of Italy, King of the Romans and King of Burgundy. Renowned for his diplomatic skills and erudition, he actively endeavoured to consolidate his position and ensure the survival of his line in Europe, especially in Bohemia, Moravia and Germany. He was well-versed in several languages and at the French court he was tutored by none other than the future pope, Clement VI. During his reign, Prague and the lands of the Bohemian Crown underwent a major transformation, becoming a powerful political, economic and cultural centre. For this reason, this period of his reign is known as the Golden Age. He initiated the construction of many superb edifices, which thus bear his name, including Charles University, Charles Bridge and Karlstein Castle. He was keen to emphasise the role of religious faith in society. He renewed the cults of St. Wenceslas, St. Sigismund and St. Vitus, consecrating various Church buildings to them, among others Prague Cathedral. He married four times and had thirteen children, most of whom died in infancy. The most illustrious of his offspring were his sons Wenceslas and Sigismund, who both became rulers over the lands of the Bohemian Crown. #KingdomComeDeliverance #KCD #History
Celebrate with us the birth of a great ruler - Charles IV (May 14, 1316 – November 29, 1378), King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor, who was born 700 years ago and ruled the empire successfully. After his death, his son Wenceslaus was crowned king, but he could not fill his father’s shoes. An era of chaos, bloodshed and violence commenced. That is where our story begins... Come with us to the year 1403, the setting of Kingdom Come: Deliverance! Taste the true history of medieval Europe. Play a historical game based on a real story - get the beta access now! 🤍
Charles IV. is one of my country's most iconic historical figures - or, at least, the Czech populace thinks so. A medieval Holy Roman Emperor who has had such an enormous effect on us has to be quite the intriguing figure to explore, right? But is that so? What if the uncovered truth paints a different, but still interesting, picture? Useful links: My Twitter: 🤍 My DeviantART: 🤍 (Note: the next links are in Czech only. These are provided to further strengthen this video's veracity and accountability.) Karel IV.: Stále Živý book: 🤍 Czech Education Statistics, McKinsey & Company Study: 🤍
Charles IV was King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor. He ruled Bohemia in the early to mid 14th Century, developing the country immensely. He was the founder of the first university in Central Europe, and is a famous figure in Czech culture. References: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
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Receive your free PDF "Charles V" 🤍 Order your free DVD copy of "The Restoration of Rome": 🤍 At a time when bloodlines determined Kings and kingdoms could be acquired through marriage, it was predictable that someone would find a way to hack the system. Through generations of inbreeding and politically motivated marriages, the house of Habsburg cobbled together one of the largest, yet least unified Empires the world has ever known. The power held by the Habsburgs would peak in the 1520s and 1530s under Charles V, it's helpful to begin several generations earlier, in 1356, when Charles IV issued a decree known as the "Golden Bull" of 1356 distancing Germany, more formally known as the Holy Roman Empire, from the influence of the Papacy. The relationship between European ruler and the papacy had been essential to previous empires lead by Charlemagne and Otto as explained in Parts 2 and 3 of our Restoration of Rome series. This Bull established how German kings would be chosen for the next 450 years. The "king of the Romans" was thereafter to be elected by the majority vote of seven electoral princes. By omitting any mention of the papacy, the document virtually nullified papal claims to intervene or confirm an election. More than 150 years later, in 1520, Charles V is crowned King in Aachen Germany. Charles had begun his political career 5 years prior, assuming rule over the Netherlands as the Duke of Burgundy. A year later, following the death of his maternal grandfather, Ferdinand II, Charles was proclaimed king of Aragon and Castile, eventually controlling all of Spain and its territories in the New World. After the death of his paternal grandfather, Emperor Maximilian I, Charles was elected King of Germany. He now controlled an immense portion of Europe and beyond. However, there was little to unify this emerging empire. What common purpose could be held by conquistadors in the New World, princes in Germany and noblemen in Spain or the Netherlands? At this time, Charles assumes the title of Roman Emperor but was not yet crowned as such by the papacy—the rift established with the Golden Bull still existed. Charles recognized that religion stood as his best opportunity to create a cohesive empire. "A fervent Roman Catholic, Charles hoped to unite all Europe in a Christian Empire." However, a continent-wide crisis was fermenting which would cause both Church and State to renew their historic interdependence. Only a month after Charles V moved to Spain, Martin Luther nails a document to door of the church at Wittenberg, Germany. Europe was thrown into crisis. Fast forward just 3 years and Luther is excommunicated. Having added ruler of the German states to his impressive resume, Charles seeks to end the crisis by calling Luther to the Diet of Worms. Charles promises Luther safe passage and an opportunity to defend his ideas. It was his hope that Luther would back down. After Luther refused to recant the substance of his writings and left the Diet, Charles drew up the Edict of Worms. With it, he rejected Luther's doctrines and essentially declared war on Protestantism. His efforts in fighting Protestantism were not enough to keep Pope Clement VIII on his side. More concerned with maintaining his own fragile rule over parts of Italy, Clement shifted his support between Charles and his primary rival, King Francis I of France, eventually siding with the French King in an attempt to slow the spread of Habsburg rule. Uniting his empire under the banner of Christianity would prove difficult with the head of the Catholic Church supporting his enemy. In 1527 Spanish and German troops sacked Rome. "The pope, having surrendered to the mutinous troops, was ready for compromise. . . . having made peace with Charles, met him in Bologna; there he crowned him emperor in February 1530. It was to be the last time that a Holy Roman Emperor was crowned by a pope." Charles was a guiding influence on the counter-reformation, which sought to rectify some of the issues in the Catholic Church which had led to the reformation. While this would greatly alter the Church, his dream of re-unification would not be achieved. Additional Resources: Receive your free PDF "Charles V" 🤍 🤍tomorrowsworld.org Viewpoint Archives - 🤍 Subscribe here: 🤍 #charlesV #viewpoint #romanempire
Charles IV Of Spain - His Reign In The Shadow Of The French Revolution: Charles IV of Spain was born on November 11, 1748 and died on January 19, 1819.. He was the son of Charles III of Spain and succeeded to the throne on his father’s death in 1788, shortly before the outbreak of the French Revolution.Charles IV was overthrown in a coup in 1808. He was succeeded by his son Ferdinand VII of Spain. Music from 🤍 Violin Sonata in G major, BWV 1021 - Complete Performance This work has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights.
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King Charles has delivered his first Christmas message as monarch - reflecting on the death of his mother - Queen Elizabeth II and how the festive season can be a particularly poignant time for those who have suffered bereavements in their families. (Subscribe: 🤍 He spoke of his mother's faith in people - that he shares, and the selfless dedication of the armed forces, emergency services and teachers and all public services. - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍
Wenceslas IV of Luxembourg was the son of the highly successful monarch Charles IV. He inherited the Bohemian throne and attained the German crown by election. However, he did not inherit his father's predisposition for ruling. Already during his lifetime he was known for being a weak, idle and moody ruler who was afflicted with many ailments, as well as difficulties meeting his royal obligations, despite the fact that he had been groomed for rule since early childhood (he was crowned Bohemian King at the age of only two years). He was more interested in hunting, alcohol, courtesans and pleasures of the court. During his time as king, the lands of the Bohemian Crown underwent several wars and conflicts involving his relatives — his own brother Sigismund and his cousins, the Moravian Margraves. The event that triggered the Margraviate Wars was that Wenceslas occupied the vacated estates of the Olomouc Archdiocese, which by law belonged to the nobles. Under the leadership of Jobst, the Moravian lords joined with Sigismund in open revolt against the King, which had less to do with the Olomouc estates than with the legitimacy of the rule of Wenceslas, who in the meantime had been stripped of the Imperial Crown by the imperial electors for his incompetence and unwillingness to rule. Later he also lost the power of the Bohemian Crown, when he made numerous concessions and awarded the nobles many privileges, de facto transferring the ruling power to them. His unwillingness to meet obligations resulted in his abduction twice (thereby removing him from the throne) — first in 1394 by the Czech nobles and then in 1402 by his brother Sigismund. Wenceslas initially supported the reform proposals of Jan Hus and his adherents, but he did nothing to save the reformer's life when he was sentenced to be burned at the stake by the Church. He thus set in motion what was later to become the largest (and only more or less successful) popular revolt in Europe — the Hussite Wars. However, he did not live to see these events, since he died in 1419. After his death, his brother Sigismund of Hungary seized the crown - but he had to fight for it, since not everyone acknowledged his claim, and once he had the crown he did not live to enjoy it for long. #KingdomComeDeliverance #KCD #History
King Charles III has made his first address to the nation as King. (Subscribe: 🤍 The King paid tribute to the Queen, saying his late mother was “an inspiration and example to me and to all my family, and we owe her the most heartfelt debt any family can owe to their mother”. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍
King Charles motorcade in London September 2022, after the Queen’s death. He’s in a vintage Rolls Royce Phantom IV from 1950 - a state limousine as it displays no number or licence plate and carries the Royal Standard flag. Also a brief history of this fabulous car.
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Henri, King of Navarre was born 1553, the son of Antoine de Bourbon and Jeanne d'Albret. He was a blood as a descendant of Saint-Louis. Baptized under the Catholic religion, he followed a Calvinist education by his mother, and converted to the Reformation. In 1572, in order to reconcile Catholics and Protestants, he married Marguerite de Valois. His gesture fails, and the wedding festivities lead to the massacre of the Protestants (Saint-Barthélemy). In 1584, he became the heir to the throne of France on the death of the Duke of Alençon. He was the leader of the Protestant party during the eighth religious war and approaches Henri III in order to thwart the Catholic League of the Duke of Guise. After the assassination of Henri III, he was the first king of France of the Bourbon dynasty. He converted to Catholicism ("Paris is worth a mass") and was consecrated in Chartres before entering Paris. Having become king, he signed the Edict of Nantes (1598), recognizing the Protestant beliefs and restoring the economy of the kingdom with the help of his minister Sully. While preparing for a war against Spain, he was assassinated on May 14, 1610 by Ravaillac. Directors : Dominique Mougenot, Thierry Bruant et Catherine Mignot Follow us on social media : Facebook : 🤍
King Charles VI – The King Who Thought he was Made of Glass King Charles VI of France was born in 1368 in the middle of the longest conflict in European history – the Hundred Years War. His reign was dominated by bouts of mental illness and at one point he believed he was made of glass and he took to wearing iron reinforced clothing and refused to let anyone touch him. His doctors diagnosed a “strange and hitherto unheard of disease” and they tried all sorts of cures including drilling a hole into his skull. In the power vacuum created by his illness, his uncles and later his brother tried to exploit his weakness and seize power for themselves. It was even rumoured that his wife was a visitor to his brother’s bedchamber! In this video, I’ll be exploring the fascinating world of 14th Century France, the world of “The Last Duel” and of the Shakespeare history plays and of a much-maligned monarch who signed away his kingdom to the English. Books: Froissart, J. tr. Joliffe J (2001) Chronicles. Penguin. Green, V. (2016). The madness of kings. The History Press. Tuchman, B. W. (2011). A distant mirror: The calamitous 14th century. Random House. Academic References: Alger, S. (2001). The Politics of madness: government in the reigns of Charles VI and Henry VI (Doctoral dissertation, University of Tasmania). Ashrafian, H. (2016). Charles VI of France and Henry VI of England: Familial Sarcoidosis in the Hundred Years War. Sarcoidosis, vasculitis, and diffuse lung diseases: 33(4), 416-417. Bark, N. (2002). Did schizophrenia change the course of English history? The mental illness of Henry VI. Medical hypotheses, 59(4), 416-421. Bona, J. R., Fackler, S. M., Fendley, M. J., & Nemeroff, C. B. (1998). Neurosarcoidosis as a cause of refractory psychosis: a complicated case report. American Journal of Psychiatry, 155(8), 1106-1108. Bourgeois, M. L., Haustgen, T. (2003, July). La folie (maniaco-dépressive) de Charles VI (1368–1422). In Annales Médico-psychologiques, revue psychiatrique (Vol. 161, No. 5, pp.370-376). Elsevier Masson. González-Darder, J. M. (2019). Cranial Trepanation during the Middle Ages. In Trepanation, Trephining and Craniotomy (pp. 95-107). Springer, Cham. Pfau, A. N. (2008). Madness in the realm: Narratives of mental illness in late medieval France. University of Michigan. Speak, G. (1990). An odd kind of melancholy: reflections on the glass delusion in Europe (1440-1680. History of psychiatry, 1(2), 191-206. Wester, J. P., Statius van Eps, R., Stouthamer, A., Girbes, A. R. (2000). Critical illness onychomadesis. Intensive care medicine, 26(11), 1698-1700. Copyright Disclaimer The primary purpose of this video is educational. I have tried to use material in the public domain or with Creative Commons Non-attribution licences wherever possible. Where attribution is required, I have listed this below. I believe that any copyright material used falls under the remit of Fair Use, but if any content owners would like to dispute this, I will not hesitate to immediately remove that content. It is not my intention to infringe on content ownership in any way. If you happen to find your art or images in the video, please let me know and I will be glad to credit you. Images Wikimedia Commons British Library Public Domain or used on Fair Use basis for education purpose Music Fleurdelis, Grodno (Creative Commons) 🤍 Studio des frühen Musik – Public Domain via Wikimedia commons Animuccia: Introit - Resurrexi et Adhuc Tecum Sum: The Tudor Consort: Creative Commons 3.0 Via Wikimedia commons Video produced by Professor Graeme Yorston and Tom Yorston.
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Being born into royalty can seem like a pretty easy job. King Charles VI of France started his reign being known as Charles the Beloved. By the time of his passing, he was commonly known to his subjects as Charles the Mad. Charles was king of one of the most powerful kingdoms in Europe at the time. He seemed to be destined for the throne until his mind – and thus, his reign – grew darker and darker. The very King meant to lead France almost caused the demise of the country. What happened in between? Keep watching to find out. Welcome to Nutty History. Today we’ll be learning about Charles the Mad. Chapter Timestamps 0:00 Intro to mid-roll ads 0:37 Enviable Parents 1:25 The Orphaned King 2:55 Charmer and Trouble 3:43 Race to the Alter 4:11 The Sole Ruler 4:47 The Dark Side with Delusions 6:37 It’s my Party, and I’ll cry if I want to 8:15 Panic in the Streets 9:07 Isabeau to the Rescue? 10:44 Bad Decisions More Nutty History 🥜 ⛩History of Asia: 🤍 ☠️ Mafia Inspired Stories 🤍 🐫 Egyptian History 🤍 🤢 Hygiene History: 🤍 😧 What it was Like: 🤍 🤰 What Pregnancy was Like 🤍 Thank you so much for watching our video! We really love the support that you all bring to each and every video ❤️ Don't click this 👉 🤍 #weirdfacts #NuttyHistory #CharlesVI
In the Series KINGS OF SPAIN we will travel through the history of a nation that became one of the most powerful empires on earth: SPAIN, through the perspective of its Monarchs. KINGS OF SPAIN is the first documentary series that reveals the biographies of the 17 Kings and Queens who ruled the destiny of Spain for six centuries, since its unification by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492 until the Spanish Civil War in 1936. We will travel with Christopher Columbus to conquer the new world, fight with the Army of Flanders and discover Royal marriages and political conspiracies... This series features the testimonies of historians and experts that will show us a complete picture of each King of Spain. …Passionate journeys through more of six centuries of history, beginning in The Catholic Monarchs and ending in Alfonso XIII, that will help us understand the current events in Europe.
King Charles III has made his first address to the UK as sovereign, following the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. In a televised address, the King paid tribute to his “darling mama” saying “may flights of angels sing thee to thy rest”, and renewed his mother’s lifelong promise of service. Please subscribe HERE 🤍
I recreate King Charles I & II to see how they might have looked in real life. I also explain their history. With the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, her eldest son becomes King Charles III; so that asks the question, if he is the third, then who were the first two? (When Queen Elizabeth II passed, Charles became King Charles III and Camilla became Queen Consort. Prince William and Kate Middleton took his titles and became the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall as well as Cambridge. A day after Prince William was also granted the title Prince of Wales. Prince Harry and Megan Markle are now children of the monarch and as such, their children Archie and Lilibet are now legally a Prince and Princess.) I use my family tree of Queen Elizabeth II to explain these two ancestors, Charles I and Charles II. Charles I: Was the King during the English Civil War (17th century). He got his head chopped off and the monarchy ended for 11 years in England. Oliver Cromwell and the puritans comes to power. England get's tired of them so they reinstate the monarchy. Charles II: He is chosen to become King. His era is called the Restoration Era. Extravagance comes back into fashion. Puritanism falls out. Subscribe for more recreations! 🤍 MORE RECREATIONS: 1) Here is the family tree of Queen Elizabeth II and how the previous monarchs are all related to one another: 🤍 2) Here is my recreation& history on King Charles II: 🤍 3) Don't get confused with King Charles II of Spain (The Inbred King): 🤍 4) Elizabeth I Recreated with Scars & All: 🤍 5) Mary Queen of Scots: 🤍 6) Henry VIII: 🤍 7) Henry's Sister Margaret Tudor: 🤍 8) Queen Anne (The Last Stuart Monarch): 🤍 9) How England's Longest Reigning Monarchs all Looked in Real Life: 🤍 10): How Are Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Related?: 🤍 #England #Royalty #King
Emotional King Charles today pledged to follow his beloved mother's selfless duty as he grew tearful during the national anthem. The Monarch appeared sombre in Westminster Hall as the Speakers of the Lords and Commons paid tribute to the Queen. King Charles III praised his mother's unwavering service as he gave an historic address to MPs and Peers. He said: "We gather today in remembrance of the remarkable span of The Queen’s dedicated service to her nations and peoples. "While very young, Her late Majesty pledged herself to serve her country and her people and to maintain the precious principles of constitutional government which lie at the heart of our nation. This vow she kept with unsurpassed devotion. Continue reading... 🤍 The Sun newspaper brings you the latest breaking news videos and explainers from the UK and around the world Become a Sun Subscriber and hit the bell to be the first to know Read The Sun: 🤍 Like The Sun on Facebook: 🤍 Follow The Sun on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to The Sun on Snapchat: 🤍
CriticalPast is an archive of historic footage. The vintage footage in this video has been uploaded for research purposes, and is presented in unedited form. Some viewers may find some scenes or audio in this archival material to be unsettling or distressing. CriticalPast makes this media available for researchers and documentarians, and does not endorse or condone any behavior or message, implied or explicit, that is seen or heard in this video. Link to order this clip: 🤍 Historic Stock Footage Archival and Vintage Video Clips in HD. Coronation of Emperor Karl IV (Charles IV) of Austria-Hungary Coronation procession of Emperor Karl I (Charles I) of Austria, who, as Emperor of Austria-Hungary, is now also being crowned KarlV (CharlesIV ) of Hungary. The procession arrives at Mathias Cathedral, on Trinity Square, Budapest, Hungary. Guests arrive to attend the ceremony. Through the dense crowd, Emperor Karl walks behind the Crucifer toward the Cathedral entrance, followed by Cardinal Prince Primate of Hungary, Dr. Czernock and a Bishop and nobles. After the coronation, a great celebratory parade ensues. The Emperor rides on horseback wearing the Crown and cloak of St. Stephen, and rides up a ramp to a landing where he can be seen by all in attendance. . Location: Budapest Hungary. Date: December 30, 1916. Visit us at 🤍CriticalPast.com: 57,000+ broadcast-quality historic clips for immediate download. Fully digitized and searchable, the CriticalPast collection is one of the largest archival footage collections in the world. All clips are licensed royalty-free, worldwide, in perpetuity. CriticalPast offers immediate downloads of full-resolution HD and SD masters and full-resolution time-coded screeners, 24 hours a day, to serve the needs of broadcast news, TV, film, and publishing professionals worldwide. Still photo images extracted from the vintage footage are also available for immediate download. CriticalPast is your source for imagery of worldwide events, people, and B-roll spanning the 20th century.
Sign up for Curiosity Stream and get Nebula bundled in and SAVE 26%: 🤍 Former Austro-Hungarian Emperor Karl lived in exile since the armistice of 1918. But he hadn't given up his claim to the crowns of the dual monarchy. And so in 1921 he tried to claim the Hungarian crown not once, but twice. » SUPPORT THE CHANNEL Patreon: 🤍 Become a member: 🤍 » OUR PODCAST 🤍 - interviews with World War 1 historians and background info for the show. » BUY OUR SOURCES IN OUR AMAZON STORES 🤍 * *Buying via this link supports The Great War (Affiliate-Link) » SOURCES Benes, Eduard. “The Little Entente,” in Foreign Affairs , Sep. 15, 1922, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Sep. 15, 1922), pp. 66-72 Brook-Shepherd, Gordon: Um Krone und Reich. Die Tragödie des letzten Habsburgerkaisers. Sakmyster, Thomas. Miklos Horthy. Ungarn 1918-1944 (Steinbauer, 2006) Lehar, Anton: Erinnerungen Gegenrevolution und Restaurationsversuch in Ungarn 1918 - 1921 Takacs, Peter: On Stateform of Hungary between 1920 and 1944: Applicability of the Term „Monarchy without a King”. Teleki, Paul: The Evolution of Hungary and its place in European History. Zeidler, Miklos: Charles IV’s attempted returns to the Hungarian throne. 🤍 » MORE THE GREAT WAR Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Reddit: htpps://reddit.com/r/TheGreatWarChannel » OTHER PROJECTS 16 DAYS IN BERLIN: 🤍 »CREDITS Presented by: Jesse Alexander Written by: Jesse Alexander Director: Toni Steller & Florian Wittig Director of Photography: Toni Steller Sound: Toni Steller Editing: Toni Steller Motion Design: Philipp Appelt Mixing, Mastering & Sound Design: 🤍 Maps: Daniel Kogosov (🤍 Research by: Markus Linke, Jesse Alexander Fact checking: Florian Wittig Channel Design: Yves Thimian Contains licensed material by getty images All rights reserved - Real Time History GmbH 2021
Moment King Charles III furiously motions for aide to move ink pot as he signs proclamation. King Charles III made history today as he was proclaimed the new King - but viewers of the momentous occasion found themselves distracted when the new monarch suddenly gestured 'furiously' to one of his aides. As he went to sign the historic Proclamation, the King frantically motioned to an aide to move the pen's box from his desk, which viewers described as far too small for the huge document and stationery. The fountain pen set he used to sign the momentous document was a gift from his sons Princes Harry and William. #King #KingCharles #charles #CharlesIII #Royals #QueenELizabeth #UKNews #RoyalsNews #proclamation Original Article: 🤍 Original Video: 🤍 Daily Mail Homepage: 🤍 Daily Mail Facebook: 🤍 Daily Mail IG: 🤍 Daily Mail Snap: 🤍 Daily Mail Twitter: 🤍 Daily Mail Pinterest: 🤍 Get the free Daily Mail mobile app: 🤍
One of 3 Rolls Royce cars owned by the Royal Family is seen here, heading to pickup King Charles III before the Queen's Funeral Cortege arrives at Buckingham Palace on 13/09/2022. Its a Rolls Royce Phantom VI, and a very nice one too. Video edited with: Cyberlink PowerDirector 16 - EXTRA INFO: - Country: UK Force/Service: Metropolitan Police Service (SEG + RaSP) Camera Used: Sony FDR-AX53 Recorded in: SEPTEMBER 2022 Published in: SEPTEMBER 2022 - Connect with me through my: FACEBOOK - 🤍SE999V TWITTER - 🤍EastKent999Vids FLICKR - 🤍se999vphotography INSTAGRAM - 🤍se999v_official LIKE & SUBSCRIBE! For more weekly content! Thanks for watching! © South East 999 Videos - Unauthorized use is strictly prohibited - For licensing queries please email me about it
This video is sponsored by Mindstone - helping you learn faster & remember more. Sign up to Mindstone for free, and join the conversation on the articles I used in this video here: 🤍 The Holy Roman Empire was one of the oldest and most influential imperial institutions in all of Medieval history. Tracing its roots back to the early Frankish kingdoms and the heroic deeds of men like Charles Martel and Charlemagne, the HRE existed in one form or another for nearly a thousand years. Yet the term 'Holy Roman Empire' did not enter common use until the 13th Century with the reign of Frederick Barbarossa. In this video, we explore why this was the case, delving into the Empire's long and tumultuous relationship with the Papacy in Rome, and the circumstances that led to the end of that relationship for good. Sign up for Armchair History TV today! 🤍 Promo code: FIGHTBACK for 50% OFF Merchandise available at 🤍 Check out the new Armchair History TV Mobile App too! 🤍 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Sources: Wilson, Peter. Heart of Europe : a history of the Holy Roman Empire, Harvard University: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2016 Stollberg-Rilinger, Barbara. The Holy Roman Empire, Yair Translation, Princeton University Press, New Jersey, 2018 Reuter, T. ‘The origins of the German Sonderweg? The Empire and its rulers in the high Middle Ages’, Duggan A. (ed.), Kings and Kingship in Medieval Europe, London, 1993 Roach, L. Emperor Otto III and the end of time, TRHS, 6th series, 23, 2013 Otto of Freising and his continuator Rahewin, The deeds of Frederick Barbarossa tr. Charles Christopher Mierow with Richard Emery. New York: Columbia University Press, 1953. Reprinted Music: Medieval Adventure by Bonnie Grace Vad Rost, Vad Ljuvlig Rost Jag Hor by Kurt Lyndon A Battle for the Future by Eoin Mantell Tva Valdiga Strider om Manniskans Sjal by Kurt Lyndon The Norman Kings by Bonnie Grace Crusade by Max Anson A King's Ransom by Bonnie Grace Armchair Historian Theme by Zach Heyde
I took King Charles II of Spain's portraits and transformed them into real life using my technology(cinema 4d and after effects) and photoshop skills to show how he might have looked real. Of course all the renderings are just my own opinion. I also provide commentary and talk about this Spanish Monarch and what his life meant. His Uncle & Sister: Leopold I The Habsburg Jawed Glamour Boy in all his Handsomeness: 🤍 Charles II's Habsburg Family Tree: 🤍 Marie Antoinette's Inbred Habsburg Family Tree Explained: 🤍 Ramesses II (married his daughters and had kids with them): 🤍 NOW AVAILABLE: Digital Download to Print your own King Tut's Family Tree Poster for yourself or as a unique gift: OfficialMortalFaces.etsy.com MORE RECREATIONS: How the Monster of the Palace (The Girl he made fun of) looked in real life: 🤍 CLEOPATRA: Even more inbred than Charles II: 🤍 King Tut (His Terribly Inbred Family Tree): 🤍 Elizabeth I: 🤍 Henry VIII: 🤍 How Beautiful was Empress Sissi?: 🤍 Queen Victoria: 🤍 We can't know for sure how he would have looked in real life and there is a good probability that his paintings were beautified by the painters of the time to make him look as good as possible. With that thought, I reinstated his Habsburg Jaw and the facial scars he would have had from smallpox. More recreations on King Louis of France: 🤍 Recreations on Isabella of Castile & Christopher Columbus: 🤍 Read more about Charles II's disabilities: 🤍 Here's the chart for Charles II Inbreeding: 🤍 I hope you enjoy this video Thanks for watching! Subscribe for more recreations! 🤍 #MortalFaces #Inbreeding #King
Subscribe for more Horrible History: 🤍 Visit our website: horrible-histories.co.uk It's Charles ll, the king who's the king of bling, liked spaniels, and knew where the party was always at. Watch more: Horrible Histories Compilations 🤍 Horrible Histories Sketches and Parodies 🤍 Horrible Histories SONGS! 🤍 #HorribleHistories is a hit #CBBC show that explores the side of history that they don’t teach you about in school! From the Rotten Romans, Vicious Vikings and Awful Egyptians to the Slimy Stuarts and Terrible Tudors, Horrible Histories covers the funniest, yuckiest and most gruesome bits of history for kids. This is a commercial channel from BBC Studios Get more episode of Horrible Histories as well as all the extras at 🤍 BBC iPlayer the home of Horrible Histories.
King Charles III made his first public address from Buckingham Palace as British monarch following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, vowing to share his mother’s “promise of lifelong service.” » Subscribe to NBC News: 🤍 » Watch more NBC video: 🤍 NBC News Digital is a collection of innovative and powerful news brands that deliver compelling, diverse and engaging news stories. NBC News Digital features NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com, TODAY.com, Nightly News, Meet the Press, Dateline, and the existing apps and digital extensions of these respective properties. We deliver the best in breaking news, live video coverage, original journalism and segments from your favorite NBC News Shows. Connect with NBC News Online! NBC News App: 🤍 Breaking News Alerts: 🤍 Visit NBCNews.Com: 🤍 Find NBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Twitter: 🤍 #KingCharles #queenelizabeth #england
Subscribe for more Horrible History: 🤍 Visit our website: horrible-histories.co.uk George IV: Couldn’t Stand My Wife | Gorgeous Georgians | Horrible Histories George VI sings about his life waiting to be King, & then about his true loves: Actresses, Duchesses, & pies-but not his wife! Watch more: Horrible Histories Compilations 🤍 Horrible Histories Sketches and Parodies 🤍 Horrible Histories SONGS! 🤍 #HorribleHistories is a hit #CBBC show that explores the side of history that they don’t teach you about in school! From the Rotten Romans, Vicious Vikings and Awful Egyptians to the Slimy Stuarts and Terrible Tudors, Horrible Histories covers the funniest, yuckiest and most gruesome bits of history for kids. This is a commercial channel from BBC Studios Get more episode of Horrible Histories as well as all the extras at 🤍 BBC iPlayer the home of Horrible Histories.
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Tony Robinson unearths new evidence that strongly suggests that Richard's brother, King Edward IV was illegitimate. If that were the case, the entire royal bloodline that traces its lineage to Edward has no legal right to the throne. In fact, according to our own constitutional rules, Britain's real monarch today is not Elizabeth II, but King Michael, a resident of Jerilderie, Australia. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service, at a huge discount using the code 'TIMELINE' -ᐳ 🤍 You can find more from us on: 🤍 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries, please contact owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com
Millions of people watched as King Charles III gave a somber address for the first time as monarch. King Charles and his Queen Consort, Camilla, returned to Buckingham Palace in a motorcade. The 73-year-old left his Rolls-Royce to shake hands with the masses gathered outside the palace. The soulful bells of Windsor Castle also tolled for the first time in 70 years while other bells across London joined the solemn chorus.
'The Moment Charles III Was Proclaimed King in Scotland' Huge crowds gathered at Edinburgh's Mercat Cross on Sunday for the proclamation of King Charles III. The Lord Lyon King of Arms read the proclamation of the new King to the people of Scotland, which was followed by the national anthem and three cheers for His Majesty. #RoyalFamily #Royal #kingcharles
Charles II was born into one of Europe's most powerful families. After his father's death he became King of Spain at the age of 4, with his mother doubling as his regent. Yet his life certainly wasn't over roses. King Charles II was nicknamed 'the Bewitched' and suffered from a long list of physical deformities as a direct result of the Habsburg's... lack of 'diversity' in marriage. Consider supporting HoH: ►Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 ►Patreon: 🤍 ►Paypal: 🤍 ►Check out my blog: 🤍 ►My blog: 🤍HouseofHistory.co ►My Twitter: 🤍 My videos tend to get arbitrarily demonetized. That is why I decided to open up a Patreon where people can support the channel. If you decide to pledge as little as 1$/month you will gain access to a monthly series exclusive to my Patrons! Chapters: 0:00 Introduction Watch my documentary series: ►History of Prussia playlist: 🤍 ►End of Empire - Downfall of the Qing Dynasty playlist: 🤍 ►World War 2 playlist: 🤍 ►Hitler's Spies playlist: 🤍 The content of this video covers events, people or concepts via a lecture-style presentation that is educational and historical in nature. Every video is original content by House of History. The events relating to conflict in this video are portrayed in their historical context without either value judgment or an ideological message attached to it. There is no intent to shock, upset or disgust. The goal of my channel is to make interesting lecture-style videos, no more, no less. Thank you for taking the time to check out House of History, I hope you will find the films informative, interesting and enjoyable! If you have any feedback, questions or criticism feel free to leave a comment. Your opinion truly aids me in improving the content of the channel! If you have a question, feel free to leave a comment and I will either write a reply, answer your question in a Q&A video, or make an entire video about it! Sources: 🤍 🤍 Written by House of History Photos, paintings and imagery: Public Domain, Wikicommons #HouseofHistory #History
Charles IV (Carlos Antonio Pascual Francisco Javier Juan Nepomuceno José Januario Serafín Diego; 11 November 1748 – 20 January 1819) was King of Spain and the Spanish Empire from 1788 to 1808. The Spain inherited by Charles IV gave few indications of instability, but during his reign, Spain entered a series of disadvantageous alliances and his regime constantly sought cash to deal with the exigencies of war. He detested his son and heir Ferdinand, who led the unsuccessful El Escorial Conspiracy and later forced Charles's abdication after the Tumult of Aranjuez in March 1808, along with the ouster of his widely hated first minister Manuel de Godoy. Summoned to Bayonne by Napoleon Bonaparte, who forced Ferdinand VII to abdicate, Charles IV also abdicated, paving the way for Napoleon to place his older brother Joseph Bonaparte on the throne of Spain. The reign of Charles IV turned out to be a major turning point in Spanish history. 0:00:00 - intro 0:00:13 - Summary 0:01:18 - Early life 0:01:57 - Reign 0:09:16 - Abdications of Bayonne 0:10:02 - Later life and death 0:10:46 - Character 0:11:03 - Marriage and children 0:11:18 - outro #Charles#Spain#TheKnowledgeVideoChannel