Dynasty of Orange-Nassau

   1813/14–1840 William I
   1840–1849 William II
   1849–1890 William III
   1890–1898 Emma of Waldeck-Pyrmont (regent)
   1898–1948* Wilhelmina
   1948–1980 Juliana
   1980– Beatrix
   *1940–1945 Arthur Seys-lnquart, German Reichs commissioner (governor)

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