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08. Prinz Franz Josef I. (1772 - 1781)

08. Prinz Franz Josef I. (1772 - 1781)

FRANZ de Paula JOSEPH I. JOHANN Nepomuk ADAM
8. Reichsfürst von und zu LIECHTENSTEIN (1772-1781)
Fürst und Herzog von TROPPAU, Fürst und Herzog von JÄGERNDORF, Reichsgraf von RIETBERG

od 1772 pán na Lednici a Valticích, Prostějově, Hustopečích, Moravské Třebové, Uničově, Zábřehu, Rudě nad Moravou, Plumlově, Šumperku, Kolštejně (Staré Město), Břeclavi (od 1752), Lanžhotě, Bučovicích, Ždánicích, Olbramovicích, Určicích, Uherském Ostrohu, Herr zu Wilfersdorf, Ravensburg, Riegersdorf, Hohenau, und Ober-Güssing / N.Ö., Herr zu Ober-Kritzendorf, Judenau, Dittersdorf und Ordenthal / Steiermark etc., od 1771 na majorátu Moravský Krumlov, 1772 na Kostelci nad Č.L., WGR, ROGV,

* Milano 19.11.1726

+ Metz 18.8.1781

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After the death of Prince Joseph Wenzel, the regency was passed over to his nephew, Franz Josef (born 1726, died 1781).

As Josef Wenzel's only son had already died in 1723, he was known to be heir to the throne.

Already in his youth, Franz Josef accompanied his uncle in warsand on various diplomatic journeys.

Later on, not only that he showed great interest in economic problems, but he was also intensively preoccupied with the art collection.

source: http://www.fuerstenhaus.li/en/fuerstenhaus/fuersten/fuerst_franz_josef_1.html


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