Rudolf

(from the article `Germany`) ...despite intense pressure by Clement, he would accept no such restriction with regard to Germany. In 1346 only two electors remained faithful to ...
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Rudolf

duke of Burgundy (921–936) and later king of the West Franks, or France (923–936), who, after a stormy career typical of the general political ... [1 related articles]
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Rudolf

also called Rudolf Of Rheinfelden, or Rudolf Of Swabia, German Rudolf Von Rheinfelden, or Rudolf Von Schwaben German anti-king, opponent of Henry IV.[5 related articles]
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Rudolf

Rudolf is a German boy name. The meaning of the name is `Famous Wolf` Where is it used? The name Rudolf is mainly used In German, Dutch, Scandinavian, Polish, Czech and In Hungarian.How do they say it elsewhere? Rodolfo ( In Italian and In Spanish) Rolf ( In German, Scandinavian and In English) Rodolf ( In German and In Dutch) Rodolphe ( In
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Rudolf

[musical] Rudolf is a musical conceived for the stage by Frank Wildhorn and Steve Cuden, with a book by Jack Murphy and Phoebe Hwang, lyrics by Murphy, additional lyrics by Nan Knighton, and music by Frank Wildhorn. Arrangements by Koen Schoots and orchestrations by Kim Scharnberg. It is about Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria and his extrama...
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Rudolf

Rudolf, 1858–89, Austrian archduke, crown prince of Austria and Hungary; only son of Emperor Francis Joseph and Empress Elizabeth. Upon his mysterious death at Mayerling near Vienna (officially declared a double suicide with his mistress, Baroness Maria Vetsera), his cousin Francis Ferdinand b...
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