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The Franco-Prussian War was from 1870-1871.

the franco-prussian war result was France was defeated

Franco-Prussian War happened on 1870-07-19.

The war of 1870 was the Franco-Prussian war.

The Austro-Prussian War joined together the north German states. After Prussia won the Franco-Prussian War, the peace treaty declared the unification of Germany.

Franco-Prussian war and the Austro-Prussian war

1. Second war of Schleswig 2. Austro-Prussian war 3. Franco-Prussian war

The Franco-Prussian war (1870-71) was provoked by the French emperor Napoleon III to declare war when the Prussian chancellor Bismarck placed a German candidate for the vacant Spanish throne.

The Prussian Chancellor of the time, Otto Von Bismarck.

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The Ems Dispatch was in 1870 and angered teh French into declaring the Franco-Prussian War.

The Austro-Prussian War or Seven Weeks' War (in Germany also known as German War, Unification War, Prussian-German War, German Civil War or Fraternal War) was a war fought in 1866

Germany didn't participate in the Franco Prussian war . If it had it would have been the Franco-German war.

The Franco -Prussian War ended on May 10, 1871. In the war a coalition of German states led by Prussia defeated France.

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Which war???? Franco-Prussian, World War I, World War II . . . ?

Yes. It was fought mostly in France; the war had Prussian and its German allies fighting against the Second French Empire.

The Austro Prussian war broke out on June 14, 1866 and ended on August 23, 1866. The war was located in the Adriatic Sea, Germany, Bohemia, and Italy.

The Franco-Prussian War resulted in the annexation by the North German Confederation of Alsace-Lorraine.

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