Wittelsbach

Bavarian dynasty, who ruled Bavaria as dukes from 1180, electors from 1623, and kings 1806-1918. ...
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Wittelsbach

The Wittelsbach was a German battleship of 11800 tons displacement launched in 1900. The Wittelsbach was powered by six Schulz-Thornycroft boilers providing a top speed of 18 knots. She carried a complement of 683 and was armed with four 9.4-inch guns; eighteen 5.9-inch guns; twelve 3.4-inch (15 pdr) guns; two machine-guns and six 17.7 inch submerg...
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Wittelsbach

Wittelsbach (vi'tulsbäkh) , German dynasty that ruled Bavaria from 1180 until 1918.The family takes its name from the ancestral castle of Wittelsbach in Upper Bavaria. In 1180 Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I invested Count Otto of Wittelsbach with the much-reduced duchy of Bavaria, of which ...
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