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Charles III, King of Great Britain, 1948-

LC control no.n 78089005
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingCharles III, King of Great Britain, 1948-
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Variant(s)Charles, Prince of Wales, 1948-
Charles, Prince, Duke of Rothesay, 1948-
Charles, Prince, Duke of Cornwall, 1948-
Charles, Prince, Duke of Edinburgh, 1948-
Charles, of Edinburgh, Prince, 1948-
Windsor, Charles, Prince of Wales, 1948-
Carlos, de Windsor, Principe de Gales, 1948-
Carlo, III, 1948-
See alsoChief executive of: Great Britain. Sovereign (2022- : Charles III)
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Family: Windsor (Royal house : 1917- : Great Britain)
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Other standard no.Q43274
Associated countryGreat Britain
Birth date1948-11-14
Place of birthLondon (England)
Profession or occupationPrinces
Kings
Found inPeacock, I. C. H.R.H. Prince Charles, 1952.
LloreĢns Casani, M. Ascendencia asturiana de S.A.R. Carlos de Windsor, Principe de Gales, 1997: t.p. ; p. 122 (Charles Philip Arthur George of Windsor, prince of Wales (since 26 July 1958), prince of Edinburgh (1948-1952), duke of Cornwall since 1952 and of Rothesay, earl of Chester and Carrick, baron Renfew, lord of the Isles and grand seneschal of Scotland (since 1952). Was b. 14 Nov. 1948)
RoyaList, via WWW, Feb. 12, 2004 (Charles Windsor, Prince of Wales; Family Name: Windsor; Given Names: Charles Philip Arthur George; b. 14 Nov. 1948, London, England)
Charles, Prince of Wales. Climate change, 2017: title page (HRH the Prince of Wales)
LAC internal file, June 13, 2019 (access point: Charles, Prince of Wales, 1948-; variant: Charles, Duke of Cornwall, 1948-)
BBC, via WWW, September 9, 2022 (at the moment the Queen died, the throne passed immediately and without ceremony to the heir, Charles...he will be known as Charles III)
Wikipedia, viewed 19 September 2022: Charles III (titles: from 1948 to [6 February] 1952, His Royal Highness Prince Charles of Edinburgh, from [6 February] 1952 to [26 July] 1958, His Royal Highness The Duke of Cornwall (in Scotland from [6 February] 1952 to [8 September] 2022, His Royal Highness, The Duke of Rothesay), from [26 July] 1958 to [8 September] 2022, The Prince of Wales, from [8 September] 2022 to present, His Majesty The King; became Duke of Edinburgh when his father died 9 April 2021 until he became King and the title merged with the crown)
Gente, Sept. 24, 2022: cover (Carlo III)
National bib agency no.0053E4027E
Associated languageeng
Quality codenlc