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Bavaria, before the German unification.
The largest state was Prussia.
The War of Liberation in 1813 and 1814 was a step toward German unification. The Revolution of 1848 was another step.
no, it was something that the German people decided on even before the unification.
Prussia and Austria were the two most powerful German states.
I not 100 percent positive but I think the answer is Prussia.
Before the German Unification, what is now Germany was divided into many separate, small nations. The German Unification was a treaty that was signed on January 18th, 1871 at the Palace of Versailles famous "Hall of Mirrors." In the treaty, the small German nations united to form the German Empire under Emperor Wilhelm, previously the Emperor of Prussia, one of the German nations that was part of the Unification. Due to several major religious, cultural, and linguistic differences, however, it took some time before the country would actually feel united.
yes he was born in the Rhineland in West Germany before the unification of germany in 1990.
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Confucious lived before the first unification. The first unification was in 246 B.C.E. and he was born in 551 to 479 B.C.E.
There was no central government in 1850 but there was a very loose confedation of the German states. More importantly, Germany existed a cultural nation long before unification in 1871.
Prio to unification as the nation of Germany; the German states existed as a hodge podge of autonomous countries loosely unified under the name of the Holy Roman Empire.
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Before the unification of Germany, Prussia was a monarchy led by a king. The Minister President was another leadership position, which was appointed by the king. Prussian citizens voted for the members of the parliament indirectly.
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The North German Confederation adopted the metric system in 1868 and the remaining states in 1875 (after unification). In some of the German states the metric and pre-metric systems were both in use before 1868 - and after 1875. I have an old German ruler which is metric on one edge and give Rhenish inches on the other edge.
Germany, and its predecessor states before unification in 1871
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Unification of Germany failed prior to Bismarck because there was not an agreed upon direction for that unification. The powers of Germany before unification attempted the process with the Frankfurt Assembly; however, it was unsuccessful because it established Germany as a federal union with a monarch to run it, but there was not support for that decision. Bismarck came into power a year after the Frankfurt Assembly and stated that unification of Germany would be through the use of military force. His plan to unify Germany began by instituting taxes which would fund Prussian forces. The next phase of Bismarck's plan was to use the Prussian army to unify Germany through three specific wars that strategically increased Prussia's power and gained the confidence and support of the German people for unification.
Most definately the average worker did as Germany was in huge debt and hardly and middle and lower class citizens had much money at all and they believed Hitler would bring Germany back to the way it was before the war.
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