Leopold of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel

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Maximilian Julius Leopold of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel and nominal duke of Brunswick and Lüneburg (12 October 1752, Wolfenbüttel - 27 April 1785, Frankfurt) was a Prussian general.wikipedia
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Principality of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel

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Maximilian Julius Leopold of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel and nominal duke of Brunswick and Lüneburg (12 October 1752, Wolfenbüttel - 27 April 1785, Frankfurt) was a Prussian general.

Duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg

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Maximilian Julius Leopold of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel and nominal duke of Brunswick and Lüneburg (12 October 1752, Wolfenbüttel - 27 April 1785, Frankfurt) was a Prussian general.

Wolfenbüttel

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Maximilian Julius Leopold of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel and nominal duke of Brunswick and Lüneburg (12 October 1752, Wolfenbüttel - 27 April 1785, Frankfurt) was a Prussian general.

Frankfurt (Oder)

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Maximilian Julius Leopold of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel and nominal duke of Brunswick and Lüneburg (12 October 1752, Wolfenbüttel - 27 April 1785, Frankfurt) was a Prussian general.

Abraham Isaac Castello

Castello is probably the Jewish scholar with whom Lessing conversed during his scientific tour in the company of Duke Leopold of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, and, on hearing whom, the duke is said to have exclaimed in astonishment, "Here we have one even greater than Mendelssohn—of far purer metaphysics."

Frederick Augustus, Prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel-Oels

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He and two of his brothers (Wilhelm Adolf and Leopold) were freemasons and from 1771 he was a Socius, Amicus et Fautor ordinis member of the Rite of Strict Observance, in which he was made Prefect of the Temple (Berlin) in 1773 as Superior und Protector ordinis.

Eva König

In fact, due to matters related to König's estate, Eva was obliged to make several visits to Vienna, over a lengthy period of time, and then accompany the young Prince Leopold of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, a future Prussian general, on a journey to Italy in 1775.