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us: Willem-Alexander, King of the Netherlands, 1967-



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    • us: Willem-Alexander, Prince of the Netherlands, 1967-
    • us: Alexander, Prince of the Netherlands, 1967-
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    • Willem-Alexander, Prince of the Netherlands, 1967-
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    • found: Alexander, 1985: p. 9 (Prins Willem-Alexander) p. 19 (b. 1967)
    • found: Gr. Winkl. Pr. enc. (Willem-Alexander Claus George Ferdinand, prins der Nederlanden, b. 4/27/67)
    • found: The Guardian, viewed Apr. 30, 2013 article dated Apr. 30th, 2013 (Dutch prince becomes king as as his mother Queen Beatrix abdicates. The day Crown Prince Willem-Alexander became King of The Netherlands. The 46-year-old redhead was enthroned as the first Dutch king since the 19th century on Tuesday amid just enough pomp and circumstance. Queen Beatrix returned to her previous status as a princess and the first Dutch king since 1890 swore himself in before people he described as "citizens", not "subjects.") {http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/apr/30/dutch-prince-king-beatrix-abdicates}
    • found: Wikipedia, Apr. 30, 2013 (Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands; Willem-Alexander Claus George Ferdinand; born 27 April 1967 in Utrecht; reigning monarch of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, comprising the countries of the Netherlands, Curaçao, Aruba, and Sint Maarten. He is head of the Dutch royal house and the House of Amsberg. Willem-Alexander was born in Utrecht and is the eldest child of Princess Beatrix and Claus von Amsberg. He became Prince of Orange and heir apparent to the throne of the Netherlands on 30 April 1980, when his mother became queen regnant, and he ascended to the throne on 30 April 2013 when his mother abdicated)
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    • 1986-08-19: new
    • 2013-04-30: revised
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