*Ur [[Rouantelezh]] dizalc'h e oa eus [] da [].
*ur [[Proviñs|broviñs]] eus [[Prusia]] eus [] da [].
==Duked Brunswick-Lüneburg, 1635–1692==
House of Welf]], Second House of Brunswick===
''split off from ''[[Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel|Wolfenbüttel]]''
* [[William the Victorious, Duke of
Brunswick-Lüneburg|William the Victorious]] 1432–1473
''reunited with Wolfenbüttel in 1473; split off again from Wolfenbüttel in 1495''
* [[Eric II, Duke of
Brunswick-Lüneburg|Eric II]] 1495–1540
* [[Eric III, Duke of
Brunswick-Lüneburg|Eric III]] 1540–1584
''inherited by Wolfenbüttel''
Ernest Augustus received the additional title of elector in 1692.
Dukes of Brunswick and Lüneburg, Princes of Calenberg, and Electors of the Holy Roman Empire, 1692–1803==
*[[Ernest Augustus, Elector of Hanover|Ernest Augustus]] 1692–1698
I of Great Britain|George I]] 1698–1727 (became King of Great Britain in 1714)
*[[George II of Great Britain|George II]] 1727–1760
*[[George III of the United Kingdom|George III]] 1760–1803
In 1803 , Hanover was occupied by France, and did not return to the control of its Elector until 1814. In the meanwhile, however, Hanoverian ministers continued to operate out of London, and maintained their own separate diplomatic service (which maintained links to countries such as [[Austria]] and [[Prussia]], with whom the United Kingdom itself was technically at war). In 1814, Hanover became a Kingdom.
==Rouaned Hannover, 1814–1866==
*[[George V of Hanover|George V]] 1851–1866
*[http://www.hoeckmann.de/germany/lowersaxony.htm Kartenn Saks Izel 1789]