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Prussia: was a German kingdom and historic state; shaped the history of Germany with its capital in Berlin after 1451; in 1871, German states joined in creating the German Empire under Prussian leadership; in 1918, the monarchies were abolished and the nobility lots its political power; 1932 Prussia was abolished effectively and officially in 1947

Prussian empire at it's zenith.The Prussian empire existed in the Middle Ages.In 1918 there was an attempt to re-establish the Empire but this attempt proved futile as the Allies defeated them in World War 2

Charlemagne's Frankish Holy Roman Empire 800-814

Charlemagne's Frankish map but also other european maps through time

Check out this cool German genealogy tool! Type in a surname and get a distribution map for that name in Germany, based on phonebook data.

Check out this German genealogy tool. Type in a surname and get a distribution map for that name in Germany, based on phonebook data.

Today is Otto von Bismarck's 200th Birthday. He was the prime minister of Prussia for almost thirty years, driving force behind the unification of Germany and from 1871 to 1890 the first chancellor of the German Empire. Here is a map of the unification of

Today is Otto von Bismarck's 200th Birthday. He was the prime minister of Prussia for almost thirty years, driving force behind the unification of Germany and from 1871 to 1890 the first chancellor of the German Empire. Here is a map of the unification of

Today is Otto von Bismarck's Birthday. He was the prime minister of Prussia for almost thirty years, driving force behind the unification of Germany and from 1871 to 1890 the first chancellor of the German Empire.

Article from The Economist: Sprechen Sie Deutsch?  Sprechen Sie Deutsch? How linguistic variations affect where Germans choose to live // Finds that migrants respond to cultural factors more than to social ties.

Sprechen Sie Deutsch?

German dialects and migration Sprechen Sie Deutsch? How linguistic variations affect where Germans choose to live.

Four ways I've found places of birth for my German ancestors—Family Tree Magazine Genealogy Insider

Four Ways I've Found German Ancestors' Birthplaces

Four ways I've found places of birth for my German ancestors—Family Tree Magazine Genealogy Insider - Links to Family Tree University where there are a lot of genealogy courses

The second volume of German Immigrants provides information on about 35,000 German immigrants from Bremen who arrived in New York from 1855 to 1862. The names are arranged alphabetically, and family members are grouped together, usually under the head of the household. In addition, data on age, place of origin, date of arrival, and the name of the ship are supplied, plus citations to the original source material. #Genealogy #Germans

The second volume of German Immigrants provides information on about German immigrants from Bremen who arrived in New York from 1855 to The names are arranged alphabetically, and family members are grouped together, usually under the head of t

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