Amalie von Hessen-Darmstadt : diforc'h etre ar stummoù

Diverradenn ebet eus ar c'hemm
Diverradenn ebet eus ar c'hemm
Diverradenn ebet eus ar c'hemm
*[[Maria Elisabeth Wilhelmine von Baden]] (1782–1808), dimezet e 1802 d'an dug [[Friedrich Wilhelm von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel]] (1771–1815)
*Karl Friedrich (1784–1785), marvet en-bihan;
*[[Karl Ludwig Friedrich (Baden)|Karl]] (1786–1818), [[dug-meur Baden]], dimezet e 1806 da [[Stéphanie de Beauharnais]] (1789–1860);
*[[Wilhelmine Luise von Baden|Wilhelmine]] (1788–1836), dimezet e 1804 d'he c'henderv an dug-meur [[Ludwig II von Hessen]] (1777–1848)
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Amalie Friederike ist bekannt als „Schwiegermutter Europas“, da sie durch geschicktes Handeln ihre Töchter in einflussreiche Fürstenhöfe vermählte. Aus ihrer Ehe hatte Amalie sechs Töchter und zwei Söhne:
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* [[Princess Marie of Baden|''Marie'' Elisabeth Wilhelmine]] (September 7, 1782-April 29, 1808) married on November 1, 1802 [[Frederick William, Duke of Brunswick|Friedrich Wilhelm, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel]].
* Karl Friedrich (September 13, 1784-March 1, 1785)
* [[Karl, Grand Duke of Baden|Karl]], the future 2nd [[Grand Duke of Baden]] (June 8, 1786 in [[Karlsruhe]]-December 8, 1818 in [[Rastatt]])
* [[Wilhelmine of Baden|''Wilhelmine'' Luise]] (September 10, 1788-January 27, 1836) married on June 19, 1804 her first cousin Grand Duke [[Ludwig II, Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine|Ludwig II of Hesse]].
 
== He buhez ==
Amalie a voe degaset da Saint Petersburg gant he mamm e 1772 da weladenniñ lez Rusia, rak unan eus danvez-priedoù ar priñs Paul e oa met hennezh a gavas gwell dimeziñ d'he c'hoar
Amalie a voe degaset da Saint Petersburg gant he mamm e 1772 da weladenniñ lez Rusia, rak unan eus danvez-priedoù ar priñs Paul e oa. Crown Prince Paul; Paul, however, decided upon her sister Wilhelmine. during her marriage, she complained about the coldness of the Margrave Karl Friedrich and the childish behavior of her spouse. She also missed the Prussian and Russian courts. She served ceremoniously as the first lady of the court from the death of her mother in law in 1783 until the marriage of her son in 1806. In 1801, she visited her daughter the Russian Empress in Russia with her family, and thereafter her second daughter, the Swedish Queen, in Sweden in September 1801. During her stay in Sweden she was described as witty, intelligent and correct and fully dominated her spouse.<ref>
 
Amalie a voe degaset da Saint Petersburg gant he mamm e 1772 da weladenniñ lez Rusia, rak unan eus danvez-priedoù ar priñs Paul e oa. Crown Prince Paul; Paul, however, decided upon her sister Wilhelmine. during her marriage, she complained about the coldness of the Margrave Karl Friedrich and the childish behavior of her spouse. She also missed the Prussian and Russian courts. She served ceremoniously as the first lady of the court from the death of her mother in law in 1783 until the marriage of her son in 1806. In 1801, she visited her daughter the Russian Empress in Russia with her family, and thereafter her second daughter, the Swedish Queen, in Sweden in September 1801. During her stay in Sweden she was described as witty, intelligent and correct and fully dominated her spouse.<ref>
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| author = Cecilia af Klercker
| isbn=362103
}}
</ref> AsEnebete anoa opponentouzh of Napoleon[[Napoleone Buonaparte]] Bonaparte, she had tried to prevent the wedding of her son to Stéphanie de Beauharnais, and after their wedding in 1806, she retired to her widow estate in Bruchsal. In 1807, Amalie sent her daughter, the Queen Frederica of Sweden, a letter from her second daughter, the Empress of Russia, in an attempt to convince Frederica to use her influence to persuade her spouse to make peace between Sweden and Napoleon, which did not succeed.<ref>
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| author = Cecilia af Klercker
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