Carl XV, King of Sweden
|Birthname||Carl Ludvik Eugen|
|born on||3 May 1826 at 14:15 (= 2:15 PM )|
|Place||Stockholm, Sweden, 59n20, 18e03|
|Timezone||LMT m18e03 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||12°31' 03°57 Asc. 20°21'|
Swedish royalty, the son of Oscar I and King of Norway and Sweden from 1859. He was born as Karl Ludvik Eugen, Prince of Sweden, Duke of Skane. While still a youth, he was influenced by the dream of uniting Sweden and Norway under one banner, that of Scandinavia, under one king, a king of the house of Bernadotte. Without having obtained permission from the parliament, he promised Frederik VII military support against Germany in 1863. When the war started, the Swedish government refused to support this and his rash independence cost Karl his credibility and influence in foreign affairs. Gradually, his power was assumed by parliament.
Karl married Lovisa of the Netherlands; their children were Princess Louisa and Prince Karl Oscar. When Carl died on 8/19/1872, he was succeeded by his brother, Oscar II.
- sibling relationship with August, Prince of Sweden and Norway (born 24 August 1831)
- sibling relationship with Oscar II, King of Sweden-Norway (born 21 January 1829)
- other kin relationship with Gustaf V, King of Sweden (born 16 June 1858). Notes: Uncle
- Work : Gain social status 1859 (Crowned King of Norway and Sweden)
- Work : Lose social status 1863 (Declared military support without permission)
Lescaut quotes L'Astrologue 15 for B.R. (2:15pm).
Sy Scholfield forwarded news report from "Der Friedens- u. Kriegs-Kurier," 18 May 1826: "am 3. [Mai] Nachmittags um 2 Uhr in Stockholm" (On 3 May at 2pm).
- Family : Childhood : Advantaged
- Family : Parenting : Kids 1-3 (Two, one girl and one boy)
- Notable : Famous : Royal family (Sweden)