Karol II
photo of King Karol II as Crown Prince in 1918
Reign April 7, 1933 – March 17, 1951
Predecessor Karol I
Successor Maksymilian IV
Spouse Alice Elisabeth Ankarcrona
Maksymilian IV, King of Poland
Maria-Christina Immaculata Elisabeth Renata Alice Gabriela Princess of Altenburg
Karl-Albrecht Maximilian Leo Maria Dominic Prince of Altenburg
Renata Maria Theresia Alice Elisabeth Princess of Altenburg
House House of Habsburg-Stephan
Father Karol I, King of Poland
Mother Queen Maria Theresa of Poland, Princess of Tuscany
Born December 18, 1888
Pula, Austro-Hungarian Empire Flag of Austria-Hungary (1869-1918)
Died March 17, 1951 (aged 63)
Radom, Kingdom of Poland Flag of Poland
Religion Catholic

Karol II (Polish: Karol Olbracht z Polska) (December 18, 1888 – March 17, 1951) of the House of Habsburg-Stephan was the King of Poland. He served as King-in-Exile during World War II while in a Russian Gulag. And later he hosted the Congress of Warsaw

Karol II, King of Poland
House of Habsburg-Stephan
Born: December 18 1888 Died: March 17 1951
Royal titles
Preceded by:
Karol I
King of Poland
1933 – 1951
Succeeded by:
Maksymilian IV

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