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List of rulers of Württemberg

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List of rulers of Württemberg

Monarchy of Württemberg
Style His Majesty
First monarch Conrad I
Last monarch William II of Württemberg
Formation 1081
Abolition 30 November 1918
Pretender(s) Carl
Coat of arms of the Württemberg royal family on a gate at their current residence, the Schloss Altshausen in Altshausen, Germany

This is a list of the rulers of the German state of Württemberg, originally a county and eventually a kingdom until the ruling dynasty was overthrown in 1918.


  • Counts of Württemberg to 1495 1
    • Württemberg-Stuttgart line 1.1
    • Württemberg-Urach line 1.2
  • Dukes of Württemberg 1495–1803 2

Counts of Württemberg to 1495

Coat of arms of the Counts of Württemberg.

The Treaty of Nürtingen divided the County of Württemberg into two separate lines. Württemberg-Stuttgart with the capital Stuttgart and Württemberg-Urach with the capital Urach.

Coat of arms of Counts of Württemberg-Urach

Württemberg-Stuttgart line

Württemberg-Urach line

The Treaty of Münsingen reunited the two separate Lines under Eberhard V in 1482. Eberhard obtained the title of Duke in 1495.

Dukes of Württemberg 1495–1803

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