Gertrude

(from the article `Austria`) ...the Warlike, the Babenberg domains became the political objects of aspiring neighbours. The emperor and the pope also tried to intervene. Two ...
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Gertrude

(from the article `Henry II Jasomirgott`) ...king Conrad III, his half brother, in 1140, and, after the death of his brother Leopold IV in 1141, he was granted the margravate of Austria in ... Upon his father`s death in 1126 Henry became duke of Bavaria as Henry X. In May 1127 he married Gertrude, daughter and heiress of the German king...
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Gertrude

[code name] The Gertrude or Gertrud was the code name of the invasion plan for Turkey by Nazi Germany, the idea began forming in the beginning of the summer of 1942. This code name was eventually changed. The project was abandoned because of the rapid advance of the Red Army in the Caucasus region, and the Allied landings in Sicily. The lon...
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Gertrude

[crater] Gertrude is the largest known crater on Uranus`s moon Titania. It is about 326 km across, 1/5 of Titania`s diameter.{efn|Other sources report the diameter of {{nowrap|400 ┬▒ 15 km}.}} It is named after the mother of Hamlet in William Shakespeare`s play Hamlet. Features on Titania are named after female Shakespearean characters. The...
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Gertrude

[given name] Gertrude (also spelt Gertrud) is a female given name which is derived from Germanic roots that meant `spear` and `strength`. `Trudi`, originally a diminutive of `Gertrude`, has developed into a name in its own right. For a list of fictional characters and people known by only one name, see Gertrude (disambiguation) `Gartred` is...
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Gertrude

[Hamlet] In William Shakespeare`s play Hamlet, Gertrude is Hamlet`s mother and Queen of Denmark. Her relationship with Hamlet is somewhat turbulent, since he resents her for marrying her husband`s brother Claudius after he murdered the King (young Hamlet`s father, King Hamlet). Gertrude reveals no guilt in her marriage with Claudius after t...
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Gertrude

Gertrude is Queen of Denmark and mother to Hamlet.
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