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Louis XIX was King of France for just 20 minutes.
The King James Bible has inspired the lyrics of more pop songs than any other book.
Ancient Egypt King Tutankhamun died at the age of 18.
In Australia, Burger King is called “Hungry Jack’s”.
Bluetooth got its name from the second king of Denmark, King Harald Bluetooth.
In 1396, King Richard II of England, a 29-year-old man, married the 6-year-old Isabella of Valois.
In Japan, Burger King has an all-black burger.
King John I of France was proclaimed king five months before he was born. He only lived for five days.
Thailand has a special language used exclusively for talking to the king.
The King of Thailand was born in Massachusetts.
During WW1, the King of England, the Tsar of Russia, and the Emperor of Germany were all first cousins.
During WW1, the Belgian King personally led the army, the Queen served as a nurse, and the 14-year-old Prince enlisted as a private.
To study the health effects of coffee, King Gustav III of Sweden commuted the death sentences of a pair of twins on the condition that one drank 3 pots of coffee and the other tea for the rest of their lives.
The late King Olav V of Norway used public transportation and always paid the tickets.
The monarch of Norway’s title is “Norway’s King” rather than “King of Norway”, signifying that he belongs to the country and not vice versa.
In 1631, a huge reprint of the King James Bible was recalled and burnt due to a single typo: the Seventh Commandment stated “Thou shalt commit adultery.”
King Charles XIV of Sweden had a tattoo that read “Death to Kings”
King Harald of Norway vowed to remain unmarried for life unless he could marry his true love, the daughter of a cloth merchant. She became the Queen of Norway.
Martin Luther King Jr. plagiarized a significant portion of his doctoral dissertation from one written by another student 3 years earlier.
The youngest king ever was Alfonso XIII of Spain, who became king the day he was born.