Viktoria von Baden (1862-1930)

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Viktoria von Baden was born 7 August 1862 in Karlsruhe, Germany to Friedrich I. von Baden (1826-1907) and Luise von Preußen (1838-1923) and died 4 April 1930 in Rome, Italy of unspecified causes. She married Gustav V of Sweden (1858-1950) 20 September 1881 in Karlsruhe, Germany. Notable ancestors include Johan Willem Friso van Nassau-Dietz (1687-1711), Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), Henry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England (1027-1087), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Robert I of Scotland (1274-1329), Gustav I of Sweden (1496-1560), Willem van Oranje (1533-1584), Rurik (c832-879). Ancestors are from Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Latvia, Denmark, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, Scotland, England, Belgium, Spain, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Austria, Lithuania, Belarus, Bohemia, Switzerland, Ukraine, Italy, Byzantium, Slovakia, Slovenia, Portugal, the Byzantine Empire, Israel, Ireland, Turkey.
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Offspring of Viktoria von Baden and Gustav V of Sweden (1858-1950)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Gustav VI Adolf of Sweden (1882-1973) 11 November 1882 Stockholm, Sweden 15 September 1973 Helsingborgs lasarett, Helsingborg, Sweden Margaret of Connaught (1882-1920)
Louise Mountbatten (1889-1965)

Vilhelm of Sweden (1884-1965)
Erik of Sweden (1889-1918)

Common ancestors of Viktoria von Baden (1862-1930) and Gustav V of Sweden (1858-1950)

  1. Friederike Dorothea Sophie von Brandenburg-Schwedt (1736-1798)
  2. Friedrich II. Eugen von Württemberg (1732-1797)

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