List of non-sovereign monarchs who lost their thrones in the 20th and 21st centuries

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The following non-sovereign monarchs either lost their thrones through deposition by a coup d'état, by a referendum which abolished their throne, or chose to abdicate during the 20th century or 21st century. A list of surviving former monarchs appears at the end of the article.

See also: Abolished monarchy, List of current monarchs, List of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 20th and 21st centuries

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A

Abuja

Flag of the Aceh Sultanate.png Aceh Darussalam

Agaie

Flagge Herzogtum Anhalt.svg Anhalt

B

Flagge Großherzogtum Baden (1891–1918).svg Baden

Baroda

Flag of Bavaria (striped).svg Bavaria

Bharatpur

Bhopal

Bohemia

  • King Charles III (Emperor Charles I of Austria) was deposed in 1918.

Bone state

Flagge Herzogtum Braunschweig.svg Brunswick

Buffalo Point

Bugabula

Buganda

Buhweju

  • Ndagara, Omukama of Buhweju, deposed 1901.

Buleleng

Bukhara

Busoga

C

Caliphate

  • Caliph Abdul Mejid II, cousin of the last Ottoman Sultan, was deposed in 1924.

Champasak

  • Bua Laphan Ratsadany, prince of Champasak 1900–1904, was deposed when the principality was abolished on November 22, 1904.

Chisasibi

  • Violet Pachanos, chief of Chisabibi 1989–1995, deposed or abdicated 1995, restored 1999, reigned until 2001.

Courland

  • Duke-elect (and German Emperor) William II was deposed following the end of World War I in 1918.

Cochin

  • Sir Sri Rajarshi Rama Varma, Maharaja of Cochin, abdicated his throne in 1914 owing to ill-health and differences with British Empire.
  • Rama Varma Parikshith Thampuran, Maharaja of Cochin, signed the instrument of accession to the Dominion of India thus ending the executive political role. Cochin was merged with Travancore to form Travancore-Cochin Union from 1 July 1949.

D

Dewas

E

F

G

Gojjam

Gowa

H

Hesse and by Rhine

Hejaz

  • King Ali of Hejaz, deposed by Saudi Military forces in 1925.

Hyderabad

I

Igara

  • Musinga, Omukama of Igara, deposed 1901.

J

Jimma

K

Khiva

Kokang

Kubu

Kupang

Kutai

L

Lamjung and Kaski

Lingga

Lippe

Lo

  • See under Mustang

M

Mecca

Mecklenburg-Schwerin

Mecklenburg-Strelitz

  • The last Grand Duke, Adolf Friedrich VI, committed suicide in February 1918. From then until the abolition of the monarchy in 1918, the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin acted as regent.

Mohammerah

Flag of Mustang.svg Mustang

N

O

Civil flag of Oldenburg.svg Oldenburg

P

Q

Qu'aiti

R

Reuss Elder Line

Reuss Younger Line

Template:Flagicon image Rimatara

Rujumbura

  • Makobore, omukama of Rujumbura, deposed 1901.

Template:Flagicon image Rurutu

S

Flag of the Raj of Sarawak (1870).svg Sarawak

Saxe-Altenburg

  • Duke Ernst II was deposed at the end of the First World War in 1918 with all the other German monarchs.

Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

  • Duke Charles Edward was deposed at the end of the First World War in 1918 with all the other German monarchs.

Saxe-Meiningen

  • Duke Bernhard III was deposed at the end of the First World War in 1918 with all the other German monarchs.

Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach

  • Grand Duke William Ernest was deposed at the end of the First World War in 1918 with all the other German monarchs.

Flag of Saxony.svg Saxony

  • King Frederick Augustus III was deposed at the end of the First World War in 1918 with all the other German monarchs.

Schaumburg-Lippe

  • Prince Adolf II was deposed at the end of the First World War in 1918 with all the other German monarchs.

Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt

  • Prince Günther was deposed at the end of the First World War in 1918 with all the other German monarchs.

Schwarzburg-Sondershausen

  • From 1909 Prince Günther of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt was also ruler of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen, and, as said above, was deposed at the end of the First World War in 1918 with all the other German monarchs.

Serdang

Flag of Sikkim (1967-1975).svg Sikkim

Sintang

T

Toro

Travancore

U

Unyanyembe

V

Vallabhpur

  • HRH Sarmad i Raja-e-Hindustan, mirza raja, Padma murasa, Sata Vigraha Samrat, maharaja dhiraj, Maharana Sir Sawai Jagdish Singh Kachwaha of Vallabpur. The state merged into the Indian union in 1947. Deprived of his princely rank, titles and honours by the republican federal government of India on 28 December 1971.

W

Wajo

Waldeck-Pyrmont

Flagge Königreich Württemberg.svg Württemberg

X

Y

Z