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House of Windsor - Wikipedia


The House of Windsor is the royal house of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms. The dynasty is of German paternal descent and was ...

House of Windsor Family Tree | Britroyals - British Royal Family History


Royal House of Windsor Family Tree from King George V (1910 - 1935) to Queen Elizabth II (1952 - present).

The House of Windsor. - English Monarchs


The House of Windsor came into being in 1917, when King George V, formerly of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, concerned that his Germanic sounding ...

The House of Windsor | The Royal Family - The British Monarchy


The House of Windsor came into being in 1917, when the name was adopted as the British Royal Family's official name by a proclamation of King George V, ...

Does the House of Windsor Have Right to British Throne?


Feb 28, 2015 ... The current royal family share a direct blood line to the Tudors, researchers underscored, calling into question the House of Windsor's right to ...

How Princess Charlotte's birth has changed the House of Windsor ...


May 4, 2015 ... Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge has now become the fourth in line to the throne, bumping her uncle Prince Harry one place ...

House of Windsor - Windsor Smith Home


House of Windsor's dapper new mascot, SUR ! Sounds distinguished, which he is, but note the spelling. Sur is named for “Big Sur,” that rugged, majestic cliffside  ...

The Nazi Roots of The House of Windsor


Support for Nazi-style genocide has always been at the heart of House of Windsor policy, and long after the abdication of Edward VIII, the Merry Windsors ...

House of Windsor - Indianapolis Monthly


Apr 21, 2016 ... The genteel manager of the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir isn't a mere royal watcher or average collector of Windsor treasures, such as the ...