Bishop Uilleam Ottoman I of Scotland (c. 1910 - 23 February 1982; aged 71-72) was the son of Howard IV. Uilleam was the last Bishop of Scotland, since his infamous promise of renewal was broken. Uilleam was served as a valuable asset in The Reich Wars. Despite not being German, Bishop Uilleam was a significant and independent member of the Nazi Party, however, he was not in the Reich Party. His role in The Reich Wars were to convince the outermost European countries that Germany was the ultimate country, causing countries to lose patriotism. Uilleam, aside from being the last Bishop of Scotland, is that he blessed Napoleon II as the new political leader of the Reich Party. Uilleam I is a Scottish politican.
|Uilleam during the remains of the Germanic Reich Kommandantur|
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21 September 1963
Ended 23 February 1982(19 years,
|Ordination||29 June 1951|
by Thomas Komper
|Consecration||28 May 1977|
by Josef Stangl
|Created Cardinal||27 June 1977|
|Birth name||Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger|
Death: 23 February 1982
|Nationality||German (along with Vatican citizenship)|
|Parents||Joseph Ratzinger, Sr., Maria Ratzinger|
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