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Old 08-01-2017, 08:36 PM
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"The Polish political magazine, Polonia Christiana, published in its latest edition a longer article where they argue to reintroduce the monarchy in Poland. The magazine also criticised the Republic of Poland’s political system."
Polish political magazine wishes to re-establish the monarchy in Poland – Royal Central
The szlachta used to elect King of Poland. This tradition can be revived.
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But in a possible restoration, it would be better to be a hereditary monarchy.
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I wonder have they any support for such a move?
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Old 08-02-2017, 11:02 AM
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That's the point IMO and this applies to all countries where there are groups - in some cases small and in other more consistent - calling for the restoration of the monarchy.
And however I doubt that there will ever be a great support for any restoration, without any clear plan about who the monarch should be and a clear line of succession and/or without a real link of the designated monarch with the country.
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Old 08-27-2017, 11:00 AM
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"Last month, The Polish political magazine, Polonia Christiana, published a longer article where they argue to reintroduce the monarchy in Poland. The magazine also criticised the Republic of Poland’s political system. The magazine Polonia Christiana does not state which royal family they support to take the throne.
Now, one of the current candidates as King of Poland in a recent interview has stated that he does not want to become King. Prince Daniel of Saxony has told the German magazine TAG24 that he does not want to lead any monarchist revolution in Poland."


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A report states that there has been what Noblesse & Royautes describes as "a legal battle" between Princess Tamara Czartoryski and her father Prince Adam over Prince Adam's art collection which is estimated to be worth around £2bn (one painting alone was sold for £86). The two signed an agreement with the Polish state over the matter:

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A report states that there has been what Noblesse & Royautes describes as "a legal battle" between Princess Tamara Czartoryski and her father Prince Adam over Prince Adam's art collection which is estimated to be worth around £2bn (one painting alone was sold for £86). The two signed an agreement with the Polish state over the matter:

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The link doesn't seem to work for me?
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Strange, it's fine for me. You may have to translate it manually if you don't speak French:

Bataille juridique au sein de la famille Czartoryski - Noblesse & Royautés
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Princess Laetitia Poniatowski attended the dinner of the Society of Friends of the Museum of Modern Art in Paris yesterday, October 16:



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Lee Radziwill, former wife of Prince Stanisław Radziwill, and sister of Jackie Kennedy Onassis , dies at 85. R.I.P.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...l-dead-85.html

https://www.hola.com/actualidad/2019...ackie-kennedy/

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Lee Radziwill, former wife of Prince Stanisław Radziwill, and sister of Jackie Kennedy Onassis , dies at 85. R.I.P.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...l-dead-85.html

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The funeral of Lee Radziwill was held today in Manhattan


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What a life Caroline Lee had,RIP!

Her 2nd husband HSH Prince Stanisław Albrecht Radziwiłł is buried at St Anne's Church at Henley-on-Thames in England.

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What a life Caroline Lee had,RIP!

Her 2nd husband HSH Prince Stanisław Albrecht Radziwiłł is buried at St Anne's Church at Henley-on-Thames in England.

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Wasn't his remains moved at the same time as those of his son when the church was sold?
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Fawley Court was sold in 2010 but I'm not sure if the remains were exhumed and reburied elsewhere.
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Princess Sonia Poniatowski attended the 'Le Palais De La Reine'- Royal & Chocolate Cocktail in Paris yesterday, February 19:


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On 28 January Princess Sonia Poniatowski attend the charity gala "Heart Gala" in Paris in favour of the Mecenat Cardiac Surgery

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Princess Sonia Poniatowski attended the "Curiosites" after party as part of the Rose de Ganay exhibition preview in Paris yesterday, June 6:


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As has been noted multiple times in this thread already, there is a very pronounced dearth of legitimate claimants to the Polish throne, and, consequently, the restoration of the Polish monarchy, whether it is to be elective or hereditary, would undoubtedly require an election at least of the stirps of a hereditary dynasty.

From the point when the Henerican articles were issued in 1573, until the May Constitution was adopted in 1791, it was firmly enshrined into Polish constitutional law that the Polish monarchy was purely elective, with the sole qualification being that all candidates had to either be Polish nobles or foreigners of royal blood. The last Polish dynasty that transmitted the Crown through hereditary succession was the Jagiellonian dynasty, which became extinct in 1596.

The May Constitution theoretically created a hereditary monarchy; however, circumstance would not allow it to actually form. Stanisław II Augustus was an elected monarch whose relatives would have no right or claim to the Polish throne unless it was so ordained by the Constitution, but, Stanisław II Augustus's having remained unmarried for his entire life and having no intent of ever taking a bride (hence ensuring that he would have no legitimate issue—he did sire several bastards though), the May Constitution instead designated Frederick Augustus I of Saxony as Stanisław's heir.

However, the House of Wettin has no better a claim to the Polish throne than the House of Poniatowski. The May Constitution provided that Frederick Augustus I of Saxony would inherit the Polish throne after the death of Stanisław II Augustus (which never happened, seeing as the Partition of 1795 erased Poland from the map three years before Stanisław II Augustus even died). It provided that, if Frederick Augustus produced sons, his sons would inherit from him, and, if he did not, the Crown would pass to his daughter, Princess Maria Augusta of Saxony. Frederick Augustus I of Saxony never produced sons, and Princess Maria Augusta never married because all the other European powers were dead set against empowering Saxony or enabling the restoration of an independent Polish kingdom.

The May Constitution did not include any of Frederick Augustus I's other relatives in the succession. In the event that there was no heir to the throne from the line of Frederick Augustus I, then the May Constitution reserved "to the people the right, which shall be subject to no prescription, to elect another house to the throne after the extinction of the first." No member of the House of Wettin who is presently alive has a legitimate claim to the title of King of Poland.

One could find a hereditary claimant with some constitutional legitimacy if one looks to the Romanov claim from the Polish Crown having been joined in personal union with the Russian Crown under Congress Poland, but I suspect that the prospect of putting a Russian house on the Polish throne would be prohibitively offensive to Poles' national pride, especially considering all of the history with the Partitions, Congress Poland, the Polish-Soviet War, the Nazi-Soviet partition of Poland, the Soviet Union getting off without ever having to return the land it took in that partition, and several decades of Poland having been forced to be a Soviet satellite state.
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Prince Alexandre Poniatowski and his wife Princess Arianne Poniatowski attended the Laperouse Mask Ball on the occasion of the inauguration evening of the Laperouse Restaurant as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 19:


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