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  1. Kathleen Bulkeley Williams. Arthur Charles Wellesley, 5th Duke of Wellington, JP (9 June 1876 – 11 December 1941), known as Arthur Wellesley from 1876 to 1900, and styled as Marquess of Douro from 1900 to 1934, was a British nobleman and landowner.

  2. Arthur Wellesley. Wellesley, Arthur. Duque de Ciudad Rodrigo (I), duque de Wellington (I) en el Reino Unido. Dublín (Irlanda), 1.V.1769 – Walmer Castle (Kent), 14.IX.1852. Capitán general, generalísimo del Ejército español. Cuarto hijo de lady Anne Hill de Dungannon y de Garret Wesley, II barón y I conde de Mornington, I vizconde de ...

  3. 30 de abr. de 2022 · Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wallington, was an Anglo-Irish soldier and the former prime minister of the United Kingdom. He was made 1st Duke of Wellington in 1814. He rose to military prominence after winning the Peninsular War (1808-1814) and Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo (1815). As the prime minister, he was recognized for opposing the ...

  4. Duque de Wellington, derivado de Wellington, em Somerset, é um título hereditário e o ducado mais antigo do Pariato do Reino Unido. O primeiro detentor do título foi Arthur Wellesley, 1° Duque de Wellington, ( 1769 – 1852 ), o famoso general e estadista britânico - nascido na Irlanda - que, juntamente com Blücher, derrotou Napoleão ...

  5. Arthur Wellesley. IV. William. IV. George. IV. William. Arthur Wellesley, lakabı Demir Dük (1 Mayıs 1769 - 14 Eylül 1852), Napolyon Savaşları sırasında Britanya ordusu komutanlığı ve sonradan başbakanlık (1828-1830) yapan asker ve devlet adamı.

  6. 14 de jan. de 2009 · Wellington (Arthur Wellesley) Arthur Wellesley, primeiro duque de Wellington, estudou em Eton e na escola militar de Angers, na França. Entrou para o exército em 1787. Foi deputado pela Irlanda de 1790 a 1795. De 1796 a 1805 viveu na Índia, como assistente do irmão, marquês de Wellesley, nomeado governador-geral em 1797.

  7. Arthur Wellesley, 1st duke of Wellington, (born May 1, 1769, Dublin, Ire.—died Sept. 14, 1852, Walmer Castle, Kent, Eng.), British general. Son of the Irish earl of Mornington, he entered the army in 1787 and served in the Irish Parliament (1790–97). Sent to India in 1796, he commanded troops to victories in the Maratha War (1803).