Infanta Blanca of Spain

1868 - 1949

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Infanta Blanca of Spain (7 September 1868 – 25 October 1949) was the eldest child of Carlos, Duke of Madrid, Carlist claimant to the throne of Spain and his wife Princess Margherita of Bourbon-Parma. Blanca was a member of the House of Bourbon and - according to the Carlists - an Infanta of Spain by birth. In 1889 she married Archduke Leopold Salvator of Austria. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Infanta Blanca of Spain has received more than 127,615 page views. Her biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Infanta Blanca of Spain is the 569th most popular nobleman (down from 517th in 2019), the 493rd most popular biography from Austria (down from 481st in 2019) and the 30th most popular Nobleman.

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Among people born in 1868, Infanta Blanca of Spain ranks 78Before her are Otto von Lossow, Francis Jammes, Robert W. Wood, Lin Sen, Stanisław Przybyszewski, and Aleksa Šantić. After her are James Connolly, Francesco Saverio Nitti, Korbinian Brodmann, Duke Peter Alexandrovich of Oldenburg, Evelyn Beatrice Hall, and Venceslau Brás. Among people deceased in 1949, Infanta Blanca of Spain ranks 66Before her are Sam Wood, Félix d'Herelle, Ginette Neveu, Alexey Shchusev, Mariano Fortuny, and Vladimir Nazor. After her are Alejandro Lerroux, Wakatsuki Reijirō, Koçi Xoxe, Lead Belly, Martin Knudsen, and Damaskinos of Athens.

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In Austria

Among people born in Austria, Infanta Blanca of Spain ranks 493 out of 1,237Before her are Helmuth Koinigg (1948), Leopold Figl (1902), Johann Strauss III (1866), Victor Weisskopf (1908), Erich von Tschermak (1871), and Anna Mahler (1904). After her are Sylvester Stadler (1910), Sebastian Kurz (1986), Archduke Peter Ferdinand of Austria (1874), Franz Kutschera (1904), Brian Laudrup (1969), and Leopold Auenbrugger (1722).

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