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Kingdom "but also his electoral Palatinate, which together with the electoral dignity and the Upper Palatinate was transferred in 1623 to
Katzenellenbogen; Louis II the Severe (1253-96) received from the last Hohenstaufen, Conradin, the latter's estates in the Nordgau, in the present Upper Palatinate (Oberpfalz, in Bavaria), as pledge.
At the Peace of Westphalia Frederick's son, Charles Frederick (1648-80), received back the Rhenish Palatinate undiminished, but had to give up the Upper Palatinate and be content with a newly-created electoral vote.
Palatinate; in return the Palatinate had to relinquish the northern part of the Upper Palatinate to Charles.
Upper Palatinate by way of war indemnity, and to secure the transfer of the electoral dignity from the palatine to the Bavarian line of the house Maximilian occupied the entire Palatinate.
Theologian, born at Hirschau, in the Upper Palatinate (Bavaria), 4