What country became a vassal state to Prussia?
Prussia was the state and former kingdom of Germany. Austria became a vassal state to Prussia. Later on Austria and Prussia become little more than just vassal state.
Prussia was not absorbed into the German state, the state of Prussia founded the North German Confederation which then became the German Empire with Prussia as it most important state, the King of Prussia became on the inception of the country of Germany, the King of Germany or the Kaiser. The Kaiser's were the Kings of Germany until nearly the end of World War 1 when Germany became the Weimar Republic, which was then taken… Read More
No. The Ancient Olympics ended in AD 393. The Prussian state emerged (as the Ordensraat) in the thirteenth century. Prussia ceased to be a sovereign country in 1871, when it became one of the constituents of the German Empire. The Modern Olympics began in 1896.
With the end of the Hohenzollern monarchy in Germany following World War I, Prussia became part of the Weimar Republic as a free state in 1919. It effectively lost this status in 1932 following a decree of Reich Chancellor Franz von Papen (the Preußenschlag); Prussia as a state was abolished de facto by the Nazis in 1934 and de jure by the Allies of World War II in 1947.
Korea was NEVER a vassal state during the 17 C. Who the H are you that said Korea was a vassal state to Japan during the 17? WTF. Whoever answered above, looks like an idiot! Because Korea was Definitely a vassal state, because I have this question on my Exam Review for world history! Seriously don't answer questions you don't know about. Please! You look like a fool! The Answer is: China (: I hope… Read More
There is no country that became a Jewish state in 1920.
Louisiana became a state on April 30, 1812. It became the 18th state of the country.
A vassal was a person in a state of mutual obligation with a king, which usually gave the vassal an estate, including manors. A serf was a person in a state of mutual obligation with the lord of a manor. As such the serf was possibly a person who worked on the estate of a vassal. Please see the links below.
Prussia was a small German state beginning in the early 1500's. Through many wars, they united other German states to ultimately declare themselves Germany in 1871
Prussia began as a small duchy in 1525, and later unified with the German state of Brandenburg (where Berlin is located.) a few decades later. Thus, the German state of Prussia was born.
Prussia became the largest - and dominant - constituent state of the new German Empire in 1871. After Emperor William II's overthrow/abdication in 1918 it continued as a state in the German republic and (from 1933) the Third Reich until broken up by the Nazi regime in 1935. In 1945 its territories were divided between Germany, Poland and the USSR, and in 1947 Prussia was abolished as an administrative entity by the Allies.
Prussia was a German kingdom from 1701 to 1918. From 1871 until the defeat of Germany in World War it was the leading state of the German Empire, comprising almost two-thirds of the area of the empire.With the abdication of Wilhelm II in 1918, the Kingdom of Prussia was dissolved and replaced with the Free State of Prussia. The democratic Free State of Prussia was taken over by a Nazi coup in 1932/33. After the… Read More
Yes Maria Theresa made Prussia military state .
July 4, 2007 - America became 50 states of country
the ottomans conquered Egypt in 1517 so they chosed the governors of ottoman Egypt it was just a province of the empire and near the end of the 19th century it became a vassal state and later they became a british protectorate.
Yes. A vassal was a person ( a concrete noun): someone who owed allegiance to a lord or other figure in authority. The position or state was vassalage. Yes, the noun 'vassal' is a concrete noun as a word for a person.
No. A vassal was a person (a concrete noun): someone who owed allegiance to a lord or other figure in authority. The position or state was vassalage.
Eritrea was summoned to become a country in 1991, though it only became a state. Eritrea finally became an independent country in 1993.
Iowa is not a country, it is a state in the United States of America. It became a state on December 28, 1846.
Frederick William turned Prussia into a militaristic state. =)
NO, Canada became a country hundreds of years before Alaska became a part of the United States of America.
It became a US State in 1820.
East Prussia was part of the German state of Prussia during World War 2. It was actually part of Prussia from 1772 until 1829 and 1878 until 1945.
Otto Von Bismark didn't make Prussia, he Unified Germany and made Prussia the head state.
Minnesota is not a country. Minnesota became a US state on May 11, 1858.
The only country that became an independent state in 1956 was Sudan.
Poland was an independent country until 1795 when it was partitioned by Russia, Austria, and Prussia. Poles fought for their freedom for 123 years. The end of ww1 was a very lucky situation for Poland because all three opressive states lost the war: Austria and Germany (Prussia was a core state of Germany) were defeated. Russia was in the anarchy of Soviet Revolution.
The Vatican became an independent city-state in 1929 with the signing of the Lateran Treaty.
They had a war i guess then won it then got the country?.
The US is not a state. It is a country. The name of the country is the United States of America, so you should be able to figure out that it is made of many different states.
Prussia wasn't annexed by Germany. They were the German state who united other German states to become Germany.
The Thirty Years' War was fought in Europe and so the counties involved were Sweden, France, Denmark, Norway, Bohemia, England and the Netherlands (or Dutch Republic). Also involved were several states such as the Electorate of Saxony, Electoral Palatinate, Brandenburg-Prussia, Duchy of Brunswick-Luneburg and the Principality of Transylvania - a vassal state of the Ottoman Empire.
Well, Yemen is a mostly unwilling vassal state of the KSA.
Kazakhstan is an independent country, they became an independent nation in 1991 when the Soviet Union broke up.
Turkey became a country on October 29, 1923 as a successor state to the Ottoman Empire.
what a vassal wore depended on his current state in a certain place. For exmple, he could be a knight in one town and wear armor, or a peasant in another and wear simple wool tunics.
Neither. Texas was neutral and actually became an independent country away from America.
Indian Country, became the state of Oklahoma in 1908.
Ancient Israel became a country some thirty-three centuries ago. In modern times, after conquests, exiles, dispersion, return and ingathering, it was 1948.
Prussia was the German state that united the German states to become Germany. However, Prusssia no longer exists.
No, Prussia was the name of a German state existing in Europe from 1525 to 1947. Iran's former name was Persia.
Before John Adams became president in 1825 he was the United States Secretary of State from 1817 to 1825. Prior to that he was United States Minister to Russia, Prussia, and the Court of St. James.
PRUSSIA is the answer you are looking for, but does not exactly fit the requirements of the question asked. Prussia was only the second-most powerful German State, but was effective in leading the unification movement by diplomatically and militarily side-stepping the more powerful Austria, which was the most powerful German State. Otto von Bismarck, Chancellor of Prussia, calculated that in order for Prussia to be the leader of a united Germany, Austria needed to be… Read More
Texas, which was once part of Mexico, and became the Republic of Texas from 1836-1845. It was annexed and became a State of the United States on December 29, 1845.
Idaho was originally part of Oregon Country but when Oregon became a state it was designated as Washington Territory. On July 4, 1863, it became known as Idaho Territory and included present day Oregon, Washington, and Dakota territories. It achieved statehood in 1890.
I'll do this in note form: - Economic Growth, e.g. the Zollverein and the boom 1850s-60s - Austria was one of the only states left out of the Zollverein which was dominated by Prussia and united states economically - Economic Growth led to Prussia having a significant army under von Moltke -Liberals and nationalists like the Frankfurt Assembly 1848 looked to Prussia for leadership rather than Austria who was totally opposed to nationalism - Bismarck… Read More
Immanuel Kant is always referred to as a German philosopher but he was born in and lived his whole life in Konigsberg Prussia so why is he considered German?
There is no doubt about the great philosopher Immanuel Kant having been born in Prussia. Kant is referred to as a German philosopher. The Teutonic Knights conquered the territory known as Prussia in the 13th century C.E.) and it was slowly Germanized over the centuries and became an integral part of medieval Germany by 1446, though it was not until 1701 that a Kingdom of Prussia was established. The Hohenzollern German Empire was formed in… Read More
Prussia and Austria
Georgia became a State in the US in 1788. (There is another Georgia, located on the Black Sea, and it's an independent country.)