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Eugénie (1826–1920), empress of the French and exile, was born Maria Eugénia Ignacia Augustina de Guzmán in Granada, Spain, on 28 May 1826, the daughter of Don Cipriano Palafox de Guzmán y Portocarrero, count of Teba (1786–1839), who was from 1834 count of Montijo...

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Eugénie (1826–1920) by Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1855 [L'Impératrice Eugénie entourée de ses dames d'honneur] Château de Compiègne, Oise, France, Giraudon / Bridgeman Art Library

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Henry V (1386–1422), king of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine, eldest son of Henry IV (1367–1413) and his first wife, Mary (c.1369–1394), second daughter and coheir of Humphrey (IX) de Bohun, seventh earl of Hereford (d...

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Henry V (1386–1422) by unknown artist The Royal Collection © 2004 HM Queen Elizabeth II

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John, duke of Bedford (1389–1435) manuscript painting, c. 1423 The British Library

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John [John of Lancaster], duke of Bedford (1389–1435), regent of France and prince, was born on 20 June 1389. He was the third son of Henry Bolingbroke, afterwards Henry IV (1367–1413), and of Mary de Bohun (1369/70?–1394), coheir of the earls of Hereford...

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Marie-Amélie Thérèse (1782–1866), queen of the French and exile, was born at Caserta, near Naples, on 26 April 1782, the daughter of Ferdinand IV (1751–1825), king of Naples and Sicily, and his wife, Maria Carolina (1752–1814), daughter of Maria Theresa, Holy Roman empress...