Proushie

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Proushie

Preußen
1525–1947
Banner o Proushie
Banner (1892–1918)
Coat of arms (1866–1918) o Proushie
Coat of arms (1866–1918)
Motto: Suum cuique  (Laitin)
"Tae each his ain"
Proushie (blue), at its peak, the leadin state o the German Empire
Proushie (blue), at its peak, the leadin state o the German Empire
CaipitalKönigsberg, later Berlin
Common leidsGerman (official)
Releegion
Majority:
Protestant (Lutheran an Reformed)
Minorities:
GovrenmentMonarchy (till 1918), Republic
Duke1 
• 1525–1568
Albrecht I (first)
• 1688–1701
Friedrich III (last)
Keeng1 
• 1701–1713
Freidrich I (first)
• 1888–1918
Wilhelm II (last)
Prime Meenister1, 2 
• 1918
Friedrich Ebert (first)
• 1933–1945
Hermann Göring (last)
Historical eraEarly modren Europe tae Contemporary
10 Aprile 1525
27 August 1618
18 Januar 1701
9 November 1918
• Aboleetion (loss o unthirldom)
30 Januar 1934
25 Februar 1947
Aurie
1907348,702 km2 (134,635 sq mi)
1939297,007 km2 (114,675 sq mi)
Population
• 1816
103490003
• 1871
24689000
• 1939
41915040
CurrencyReichsthaler
The day pairt oGermanyGermany
PolandPoland
RoushieRussia
LithuanieLithuanie
DenmarkDenmark
BelgiumBelgium
Czech RepublicCzech Republic
SwitzerlandSwisserland
1 The heids o state leeted here are the first an last tae hauld each teetle ower time.
2 The position o Ministerpräsident wis introduced in 1792 when Proushie wis a Kinrick; the prime meenisters shawn here are the heids o the Proushie republic.
3 Population estimates:[1]

Proushie (German: Aboot this soondPreußen ) (Pols: Prusy) wis a heestoric state oreeginatin oot o the Duchy o Proushie an the Margraviate o Brandenburg, an centred on the region o Proushie.

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