How did Prussia Unify Germany? German Unification – Explained in 10 Minutes
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20 thoughts on “How did Prussia Unify Germany? German Unification – Explained in 10 Minutes

  1. Germany🇩🇪 is one of the countries having the most interesting history 🤔 but the most interesting history according to me is of Russia🇷🇺 and India🇮🇳

  2. Even the graphics in the intro are wrong. Prussia did not expand over the rest of Germany. The only link between the "Reich" and Prussia was the person of the ruler, and that was it. When you study (!!) the 1871 constitution instead of repeating common myths you will see that the "Deutsches Reich" was a strictly federal state and not a centralized one in which Berlin gave the orders and the rest had to obey. Railways, waterways and roads were still under the sovereignty of the single German states. The currency system for a long time after the introduction of the "Mark" in 1872 (not 1871) still used the money of the individual states parallel to the "Mark". Only the navy was the "Imperial Navy", the landforces were still the ones of the German states with their individual uniforms. Only during WW I. came the introduction of the "Oberste Heeresleitung" which put an end to that. A common German citizenship was introduced as late as 1913. Until then you were still seen as a Bavarian, Saxonian, Prussian, Hesse…What ended in 1871? The single German states could not do any foreign policy anymore, that right had fallen into the hands of the "Reich", and again: the "Reich" was NOT identical with Prussia. The chancellor was NOT automatically the Prime Minister of Prussia, only the Emperor and the King of Prussia were the same person as I wrote before. And then there was a legislative power, the "Reichstag", which was elected by the entire (male) adult population. Laws that Reichstag passed were for the entire nation. The Prussian parliament and any of the other parliaments of the German states had to accept hat. Modern Germany still follows that rule: Federal law is above individual state law. But those laws needed the consent of the second chamber, the "Bundesrat", in which the single German states had a vote. "Bund" (compare to "bind" or "bound") means federation in this context. After the 1918 revolution and the founding of the republic in 1919 the term changed into "Reichsrat", after 1949 it is "Bundesrat" again.

  3. There have been a lot of attempts to unificate Germany, beggining with the HRE 962 under Otto I von Sachsen.
    Each time some invasor came and brittled down the land only to be reconstructed.
    So just wait !

  4. To remove the sense of German invasion and theft
    To speak the National language = Polish
    To be Free to enjoy Polish traditions
    To have Polish Education
    To participate in Polish Culture
    The Common Language – Polish
    The Unity of Slavia
    Polish Identity.
    To cleans ancestral Polish lands

    To reject and ignore Germ Propaganda
    To expel the sick Germ virus.
    Where are those Germ Psychopaths
    with their stupid hats & medals now ?

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