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Danish soldiers returning to Copenhagen, aftermath of the Schleswig War

Danish soldiers returning to Copenhagen, aftermath of the Schleswig War

Danish General Krogh at the Battle of Isted

Danish General Krogh at the Battle of Isted

idlepaddy: King Christian IX of Denmark. He was known as the “Father-in-law of Europe”. Outside of his eldest son Frederick becoming King of Denmark, his second son Wilhelm became George I of Greece. His eldest daughter Alexandra married Queen Victoria’s eldest son Prince Albert (Edward VII), while his second daughter Dagmar married the heir to the Russian throne, Tsarevich Alexander (Tsar Alexander III), she was to become the Empress Maria Feodorovna. His grandson Carl became King Haakon…

idlepaddy: King Christian IX of Denmark. He was known as the “Father-in-law of Europe”. Outside of his eldest son Frederick becoming King of Denmark, his second son Wilhelm became George I of Greece. His eldest daughter Alexandra married Queen Victoria’s eldest son Prince Albert (Edward VII), while his second daughter Dagmar married the heir to the Russian throne, Tsarevich Alexander (Tsar Alexander III), she was to become the Empress Maria Feodorovna. His grandson Carl became King Haakon…

k1864 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

k1864 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The battle of Dybbøl, March 18, 1864.

The battle of Dybbøl, March 18, 1864.

Band XIV #50.- Preußen. Pioniere im Feldzuge 1864.

Band XIV #50.- Preußen. Pioniere im Feldzuge 1864.

WORLD-33

WORLD-33

Charge of the Danish Jydske Dragoon Regiment against Prussian hussars at the Battle of Vorbasse -by Karl Hansen-Reistrup

Charge of the Danish Jydske Dragoon Regiment against Prussian hussars at the Battle of Vorbasse -by Karl Hansen-Reistrup

Painting of the danish frigate "Jylland" a ship from the war of 1864 and was part of the only battle won by Denmark in that war.

Painting of the danish frigate "Jylland" a ship from the war of 1864 and was part of the only battle won by Denmark in that war.

Carl Bille (1815-1898): Slaget ved Helgoland, "Schwarzenberg“ brænder, 1889

Carl Bille (1815-1898): Slaget ved Helgoland, "Schwarzenberg“ brænder, 1889

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