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  1. Jorge V [1] (nascido Jorge Frederico Ernesto Alberto em inglês: George Frederick Ernest Albert; Londres, 3 de junho de 1865 – Sandringham, 20 de janeiro de 1936) foi Rei do Reino Unido e dos Domínios Britânicos e Imperador da Índia de 1910 até sua morte, patriarca e primeiro monarca britânico da Casa de Windsor.

  2. Esta é uma listagem de descendentes de Jorge V, Rei do Reino Unido de 1910 a 1936, e fundador da Casa de Windsor. [1] Originalmente membro da Casa de Saxe-Coburgo-Gota , Jorge V teve como consorte real Maria de Teck , pertencente à Casa de Teck .

  3. Jorge V (nascido George Frederick Ernest Albert; Londres, 3 de junho de 1865 – Sandringham, 20 de janeiro de 1936) foi o Rei do Reino Unido, dos Domínios Britânicos e Imperador da Índia de 1910 até sua morte, ele foi o primeiro monarca britânico da Casa de Windsor.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › George_VGeorge V - Wikipedia

    • Early Life and Education
    • Marriage
    • Duke of York
    • Prince of Wales
    • Reign
    • Declining Health and Death
    • Legacy
    • Titles, Honours and Arms
    • See Also
    • References

    George was born on 3 June 1865, in Marlborough House, London. He was the second son of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, and Alexandra, Princess of Wales. His father was the eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, and his mother was the eldest daughter of King Christian IX and Queen Louise of Denmark. He was baptised at Windsor Castle on 7 Ju...

    As a young man destined to serve in the navy, Prince George served for many years under the command of his uncle Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, who was stationed in Malta. There, he grew close to and fell in love with his cousin Princess Marie of Edinburgh. His grandmother, father and uncle all approved the match, but his own mother and Marie's ...

    The death of his elder brother effectively ended George's naval career, as he was now second in line to the throne, after his father. George was created Duke of York, Earl of Inverness, and Baron Killarney by Queen Victoria on 24 May 1892, and received lessons in constitutional history from J. R. Tanner. The Duke and Duchess of York had five sons a...

    As Duke of York, George carried out a wide variety of public duties. On the death of Queen Victoria on 22 January 1901, George's father ascended the throne as King Edward VII. George inherited the title of Duke of Cornwall, and for much of the rest of that year, he was known as the Duke of Cornwall and York. In 1901, the Duke and Duchess toured the...

    On 6 May 1910, Edward VII died, and George became king. He wrote in his diary: George had never liked his wife's habit of signing official documents and letters as "Victoria Mary" and insisted she drop one of those names. They both thought she should not be called Queen Victoria, and so she became Queen Mary. Later that year, a radical propagandist...

    The First World War took a toll on George's health: he was seriously injured on 28 October 1915 when thrown by his horse at a troop review in France, and his heavy smoking exacerbated recurring breathing problems. He suffered from chronic bronchitis. In 1925, on the instruction of his doctors, he was reluctantly sent on a recuperative private cruis...

    George V disliked sitting for portraits and despised modern art; he was so displeased by one portrait by Charles Sims that he ordered it to be burned. He did admire sculptor Bertram Mackennal, who created statues of George for display in Madras and Delhi, and William Reid Dick, whose statue of George V stands outside Westminster Abbey, London. Alth...

    As Duke of York, George's arms were the royal arms, with an inescutcheon of the arms of Saxony, all differenced with a label of three points argent, the centre point bearing an anchor azure. The anchor was removed from his coat of arms as the Prince of Wales. As King, he bore the royal arms. In 1917, he removed, by warrant, the Saxony inescutcheon ...

    Works cited

    1. Clay, Catrine (2006), King, Kaiser, Tsar: Three Royal Cousins Who Led the World to War, London: John Murray, ISBN 978-0-7195-6537-3 2. Gore, John (1941), King George V: a personal memoir 3. Matthew, H. C. G. (September 2004; online edition May 2009), "George V (1865–1936)", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/33369, retrieved 1 May 2010 (Subscription required) 4. Mowat, Charles Loch (1955), Britain Between The Wars 1918–1940, London: Methu...

  5. Árvore genealógica. Ver também. Notas. Referências. Árvore genealógica dos monarcas britânicos. Esta é uma árvore genealógica dos monarcas britânicos desde o estabelecimento dos pictos na Escócia e dos anglo-saxões no que veio a formar o Reino de Inglaterra durante a Alta Idade Média.

  6. Fátima Lopes. ver mais. < 1 min. Jorge V de Inglaterra (1865-1936), segundo filho de Eduardo VII, nasceu em Londres e morreu em Sandringham. Foi oficial da marinha até à morte do seu irmão mais velho, o duque de Clarence. O seu reinado vigorou entre 1910 e 1936.