William II


noun

William Rufus; "the Red", 1056?–1100, King of England 1087–1100 (son of William I, duke of Normandy).
Also Wilhelm II. Frederick Wilhelm Viktor Albert, 1859–1941, king of Prussia and emperor of Germany 1888–1918.

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William II

noun

known as William Rufus. ?1056–1100, king of England (1087–1100); the son of William the Conqueror. He was killed by an arrow while hunting in the New Forest
known as William the Good . 1154–89, last Norman king of Sicily (1166–89)
1792–1849, king of the Netherlands (1840–49); son of William I
German name Kaiser Wilhelm. 1859–1941, German emperor and king of Prussia (1888–1918): asserted Germany's claim to world leadership; forced to abdicate at the end of World War I
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