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Relationship between Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich and Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg

 

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is a 5th cousin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich.

Total: 5,094 relationship links.

 

Dr. Otto von Habsburg in the presentation of his first biography in the 'Real Gran  Peńa' club  Madrid, 1996.  (Fourth row right A.v. Wernitz, Herzog von Hornes )

 

 

 

 
August III von Sachsen, Roi de Pologne 1696-1763 &1719 Maria-Josepha von Habsburg, Reine de Pologne 1699-1757
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Friedrich Christian, Kurfürst von Sachsen 1722-1763 &1747
Marie-Antonia von Wittelsbach, Prinzessin von Bayern 1724-1780
  Carl von Sachsen, Herzog von Kurland 1733-1796 &1760
Franciska Krasinski, Gräfin von Corvin-Krasinska 1742-1796
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Maximilian, Herzog von Sachsen 1759-1838 &1792
Carolina di Borbone, Principessa di Borbone Parma 1770-1804
  Maria Christina von Sachsen, Prinzessin von Sachsen-Kurland 1779-1851 &1810
Jules, Prince de Montléart 1787-1865
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Johann I, König von Sachsen 1801-1873 &1822
Amalie von Wittelsbach, Prinzessin von Bayern 1801-1877
  Auguste, Princesse de Montléart-Sachsen-Kurland 1814-1885 &1832
Karl-Kurt-Maria, Baron von Wernitz  Hornes) 1810-1871
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Georg I, König von Sachsen 1832-1904 &1859
Maria Ana, Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha 1843-1884
  Frédéric-Charles, Baron von Wernitz 1833-1902 &1856
Marie-Madeleine, Baronesse Petróczy de Petrócz 1835-1898
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Maria Josepha, Prinzessin von Sachsen 1867-1944 &1886
Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kaiserlicher Prinz 1865-1906
  Jean-Nepomussene, Baron von Wernitz   1857-1930 &1886
Alexandra, Princesse Galitzine 1868-1954
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Karl I von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kaiser von Österreich 1887-1922 &
Zita di Borbone, Principessa di Borbone Parma 1892-1989
  Stephan Karl, Duc de Saint-Simon, Baron von Wernitz  1905-1981 &1937
Margarita zu Salm-Kyrburg, Princesse d'Hornes 1909-1995
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Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich 1912-

 

  Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes)1944-

 

 
Franz-Friedrich, Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld 1750-1806 &1777 Auguste Karoline, Gräfin Reuss zu Ebersdorf 1757-1831
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Ferdinand, Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha 1785-1851 &1816
Antonia Koháry, Prinzessin de Koháry 1797-1862
  Ernst I von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha, Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld 1784-1844 &1817
Luise von Sachsen, Prinzessin von Sachsen-Gotha-Altenburg 1800-1831
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Ferdinando II von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha, Roi titulaire de Portugal 1816-1885 &1836
Maria II de Bragança, Rainha de Portugal 1819-1853
  Ernst II, Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha 1818-1893 &ca 1863
Louise, Baronesse van Loo 1834-1923
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Maria Ana, Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha 1843-1884 &1859
Georg I, König von Sachsen 1832-1904
  Louise Le Grand, Freiherrin von Eichhof und von Rennenberg 1864-1929 &1883
Friedrich VI, Fürst zu Salm-Kyrburg 1845-1905
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Maria Josepha, Prinzessin von Sachsen 1867-1944 &1886
Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kaiserlicher Prinz 1865-1906
  Yvonne, Fürstin zu Salm-Kyrburg 1884-1951 &1904
Karl Udvary de Udvar, Burggraf von Vásonkö 1880-1953
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Karl I von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kaiser von Österreich 1887-1922 &
Zita di Borbone, Principessa di Borbone Parma 1892-1989
  Margarita zu Salm-Kyrburg, Princesse d'Hornes 1909-1995 &1937
Stephan Karl, Duc de Saint-Simon,  Baron von Wernitz  1905-1981
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Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich 1912-

 

  Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes)1944-

 


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Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a 18th cousin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich.

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Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a descendant of the 4th generation of a 17th cousin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a grandson of a 18th cousin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a great-grandson of a 18th cousin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a son of a 19th cousin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a grandson of a 19th cousin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a 20th cousin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a son of a 20th cousin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a 20th cousin of a parent of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a 20th cousin of a grandparent of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a 20th cousin of a great-grandparent of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen, Kronprinz von Österreich.

 

 Biography:

Image:Otto von Habsburg Belvedere 1998 c.JPG

Dr. Otto von Habsburg

 

Otto, Crown Prince of Austria or Otto von Habsburg (born 20 November 1912 as Archduke Franz Joseph Otto Robert Maria Anton Karl Max Heinrich Sixtus Xaver Felix Renatus Ludwig Gaetan Pius Ignatius of Austria, later of Austria-Este) has been the head of the Habsburg family since 1922 and is the eldest son of Charles, the last Emperor of Austria and last King of Hungary, and his wife, Zita of Bourbon-Parma the last Empress of Austria and last Queen of Hungary. He is a former member of the European Parliament for The Christian Social Union of Bavaria (CSU) party and honorary president of the International Paneuropean Union.

Otto lives in Bavaria in Germany, and is a citizen of Germany, Austria, Croatia and Hungary. Although his official name in Germany is Otto von Habsburg, he is referred to as Otto Habsburg-Lothringen by Austrian authorities, since the use of noble titles and prepositions like "von" is forbidden by the Austrian constitution. He is sometimes known as Archduke Otto of Austria, Crown Prince Otto of Austria, and in Hungary simply as Habsburg Ottó.

Otto and his great-granduncle Emperor Franz Joseph

Otto and his great-granduncle Emperor Franz Joseph

Otto was born at Villa Wartholz in Reichenau an der Rax, Lower Austria. He was baptised on November 25, 1912, at Villa Wartholz, by the Prince-Archbishop of Vienna, Cardinal Franz Xavier Nagl. His godfather was the Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria (represented by Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria); his godmother was his grandmother Infanta Maria Antonia of Portugal.

In November 1916, Otto became Crown Prince of Austria, Hungary and Bohemia when his father, Archduke Charles, ascended to the throne. However, in 1918, at the end of the First World War, both monarchies were abolished, the Republics of Austria and Hungary founded instead, and the family was forced into exile. Hungary did become a kingdom again, but Charles was never to ascend the throne. Instead, Miklós Horthy ruled as "regent" until 1944, in a kingdom without a king.

Otto's family spent the subsequent years in Switzerland and on the Portuguese island of Madeira, where Karl died prematurely in 1922, leaving the 10-year-old Otto pretender to the throne. Meanwhile, the Austrian parliament had officially expelled the Habsburg dynasty and confiscated all the official property (Habsburgergesetz of 3 April 1919).

In 1935 Otto graduated from the Catholic University of Leuven, having studied social and political sciences.

Otto spent most of the war years in Washington, D.C. (1940 – 1944), after escaping from Belgium to Paris with his mother, former Empress Zita, and other family members. His cousins Max, Duke of Hohenberg, and Prince Ernst of Hohenberg were arrested in Vienna by the Gestapo and sent to a concentration camp until the end of the war. Many other Habsburgs suffered the same fate, the main reason for leaving friendly Belgium and escaping to France. When Paris was in danger, the family left the French capital and moved to Portugal with a visa issued by Aristides de Sousa Mendes, the Portuguese consul in Bordeaux. A fervent Austrian patriot, Otto opposed the Nazi Anschluss in Austria in 1938 and, sentenced to death by Hitler, chose to leave Europe altogether (ironically, the code name for the operation carried out by the German army in the Anschluss was 'Otto'). After the war, Otto lived for some years in both France and Spain.

 

Otto von Habsburg giving a speech

Otto von Habsburg giving a speech.

In 1961, Otto renounced all claims to the Austrian throne and was eventually allowed to return to his home country in 1966. (Austria had until the mid 1950s been officially neutral, staunchly republican and ill-disposed to welcome back the heir to a deposed dynasty.) The renunciation was seen by some as a formality offered to the republican government. Most commentators take it seriously as does Dr. Otto von Habsburg. An ever dwindling circle of supporters of deposed royals still cling to the hope of a restoration. Otto is recognised as the head of a former royal house by reigning monarchies in Europe.

An early advocate of a unified Europe, Otto was president of the International Paneuropean Union from 1986 to 2004. He served from 1979 till 1999 as a Member of the European Parliament for the conservative CSU party, becoming the Senior Member of the supranational body. He is also a member of the Mont Pelerin Society. He was a major supporter of the expansion of the European Union from the beginning and especially of the acceptance of Hungary. During his time in parliament Otto is alleged to have struck fellow MEP The Revd Ian Paisley. When Pope John Paul II gave a speech to the European Parliament in 1988, Paisley shouted at the Pope, "I renounce you as the Antichrist!" and held up a poster reading "Pope John Paul II Antichrist", whereupon he was excluded from the session and expelled from the room by other MEPs (see Denunciation of Pope John Paul II by Ian Paisley).

Otto is a patron of the Three Faiths Forum, a group which aims to encourage friendship, goodwill and understanding amongst people of the three Abrahamic monotheistic faiths in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.

Recently, Otto warned that Russia is becoming the greatest threat to Europe and compared the actions of Putin to those of Hitler. When Archduke Otto had visited Budapest very recently, a well known journalist asked him about what was his view regarding Vladimir Putin and comparing him with Boris Yeltsin, he answered: “Yeltsin was chaotic, but at least he still had some democratic principles. Putin, on the other hand, was a secret policeman from the age of twenty-three, and up to now. His mentality is completely different. He speaks of these things very honestly, but we don’t take proper notice of it. He said, for instance, at the beginning of his term when he was an appointed President, that he would be expanding military expenditures considerably for Russia. Did we take any notice of this? No, we continued to disarm on our side. Once again let’s go back to the same old sentence, ‘One doesn’t learn from history.’ " The Archduke is convinced that Putin might become something between a new Hitler or Stalin, he has the physique du role of a tyrant. Revival of Stalin nostalgia in Russia, along with nationalism, strengthen his views.

In December 2006, Otto observed that, "The catastrophe of September 11, 2001 struck the United States more profoundly than any of us, whence a certain mutual incomprehension. Until then, the United States felt itself secure, persuaded of its power to bombard any enemy, without anyone being able to strike back. That sentiment vanished in an instant...Americans understand 'viscerally' for the first time the risks they face."

 

Coronation photograph of Zita as Queen of Hungary, with her husband, King Charles IV and Crown Prince Otto between them.Photo: 31 December 1916
 

Coronation photograph of Zita as Queen of Hungary, with her husband, King Charles IV and Crown Prince Otto between them.
Photo: 31 December 1916

 


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