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- proper n. A former german principality
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As a result, some clarification was necessary, and it took the form of two major conferences or convents, the first in Lyons in 1778 and the second in Wilhelmsbad in Hesse-Kassel four years later.
From 1806 to 1813, Hesse-Kassel belonged to the Kingdom of Westphalia, founded by Napoleon.
Restoration the greater part of the estates of the Abbey of Fulda was assigned to Hesse-Kassel.
Under Napoleon, in 1809, it was ceded to the Grand Duchy of Frankfort; in 1815, to Hesse-Kassel, with which, in 1866, it passed to Prussia.
(1637-63) the foundation of Hersfeld and a portion of Upper Hesse were acquired by Hesse-Kassel.
He is the great-great-grandson of Grand Master of the Asiatic Brethren, Karl Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel, and also descended from George II, Catherine the Great of Russia, and Frederick I King of Prussia.