Kinrick o Proushie

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Kinrick o Proushie
Königreich Preußen
State o the German Confederation
(partly, 1815–1866)
State o the North German Confederation
(1867–1871)
Federal State o the German Empire
(1871–1918)
1701–1918
Banner Ryal coat o airms
Anthem
The Kinrick o Proushie (dark reid) at its greatest extent, efter the de facto incorporation o Saxe-Lauenburg in 1866.
Caipital Berlin
Leids Official:
German
Releegion Majority:
Protestant (Lutheran an Reformed)
Government
Keeng
 -  1701–1713 (first) Frederick I
 -  1888–1918 (last) Wilhelm II
Meenister-Presesa
 -  1848 (first) Adolf Heinrich
 -  1918 (last) Maximilian William
Legislatur Landtag
 -  Upper hoose Herrenhaus
 -  Lawer hoose Abgeordnetenhaus
Historical era
 -  Coronation o Frederick I 18 Januar 1701
 -  Battle o Jena-Auerstedt 14 October 1806
 -  Congress o Vienna 9 Juin 1815
 -  Constitution adoptit 5 December 1848
 -  Germany unified 18 Januar 1871
 -  William II abdicatesb 28 November 1918
 -  Treaty o Versailles 28 Juin 1919
Aurie
 -  1910[2] 348,779 km² (134,664 sq mi)
Population
 -  1816[1] est. 10,349,031 
 -  1871[1] est. 24,689,000 
 -  1910[2] est. 34,472,509 
     Density 98.8 /km²  (256 /sq mi)
Siller
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Holy Roman Empire
Brandenburg-Proushie
Ryal Proushie
Free Ceety o Danzig
Swadish Pomeranie
Electorate o Hesse
Free Ceety o Frankfurt
Duchy o Nassau
Kinrick o Hanover
Duchy o Holstein
Duchy o Schleswig
Saxe-Lauenburg
Free State o Proushie
The day pairt o

The Kinrick o Proushie (German: Königreich Preußen) wis a kingdom that constitutit the state o Proushie atween 1701 an 1918 an includit pairts o present-day Germany, Poland, Roushie, Lithuanie, Denmark, Belgium an the Czech Republic.[3]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Königreich Preußen (1701–1918)" (in German). Retrieved 2007-05-02. 
  2. "German Empire: administrative subdivision and municipalities, 1900 to 1910" (in German). Retrieved 2007-05-02. 
  3. Marriott, J. A. R., and Charles Grant Robertson. The Evolution of Prussia, the Making of an Empire,. Rev. ed. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1946.