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It is to the west of the main part of Russia, but part of Prussia is now Kaliningrad (also known as Konigsburg), an exclave of Russia.

Old Prussian is a dead Baltic language, spoken by the original inhabitants of Prussia territory. It was also spoken to the far regions of East and South Prussia, now known as Polesia and Podlasia.

Prussia is now modern day Germany

Old Prussia is now in modern Germany

The noble landowners of Prussia were known as Junkers.

Prussia no longer it exists, but it was where some central and eastern European countries now are.

King Frederick II was instrumental in expanding Prussia. This led to him being known as "Frederick the Great." Prussia was abolished in the 1940s.

East Prussia is now Poland, Russia (Kaliningrad), and Lithuania.

Junkers is the name given to the Prussia large land owners.

Austria itself was never part of Prussia, however, Prussia conquered and gained control of an area formally ruled by Austria, known as Silesia.

Federal Republic of Germany

A large part of what is now called Germany, was, throughout the eighteenth and most of the nineteenth centuries, known as Prussia, or the Prussian Empire.

Prussia was located in what is now the area covered by Eastern Germany and Western Poland on the Baltic Sea coast.

No, Prussia was an old power in Europe that consited of now a day countries such as Germany, Netherlands, and others.

Austria has been a federal republic since 1919. Prussia no longer exists. After World War II, it was reorganized and broken up. About half of Prussia is now in Poland, and then the half that is still in Germany is mostly in Brandenburg now.

Prussia united the various German states and city-states into Germany and then dissolved into it.

I think it is in Germany and maybe Poland

No. Hungary in below Austria. Prussia is now part of Germany, Poland, the baltic states, Russia, Et cetera. Prussia, was never part of Hungary either.

Well, before Germany became Germany, it was known as the Holy Roman Empire. The Holy Roman Empire captured Prussia.

Usually not. However, during the Seven Years' War a part of Prussia briefly became Russian from 1758 until 1763. After World War 2 a part of Prussia became Russian again. This "Russian Prussia" is called Kaliningrad Oblast. The other parts of (Old Baltic) Prussia are now part of Poland and Lithuania. Prussia has two meanings: The (German) Kingdom of Prussia on one hand and Old/Baltic Prussia on the other hand. The Kingdom of Prussia got its name from the original Baltic Prussia (in Old Prussian language it is called "Prūsa"). The original Baltic Prussia was the easternmost province of the Kingdom of Prussia. That Province of Prussia inside the Kingdom of Prussia was most of the time parted into East Prussia and West Prussia.

The original region of Prussia is where East Prussia was known. The Prussians of this region expanded west into the areas of Brandenburg and Silesia and eventually went as far Westphalia. The original area was then named East Prussia as it was the most eastern part of the original Prussian area. After WW2 Prussia was split up into mainly German and Polish states/provinces. Today the former province of East Prussia has been divided into the Polish province of Warmian-Masurian and the Russian enclave known as the Kaliningrad Oblast. No effort has yet been made to re-establish the Prussian nation.

Prussia at varying points in history covered sections of what is now Poland, Russia, Lithuania and Germany; its capital was Berlin at one stage.

Originally Königsberg (now Kaliningrad). After the union of Brandenburg and Prussia, Berlin (the capital of Brandenburg) increased in importance, becoming the royal capital in the 18th century.

The king of Prussia is also known as Frederick the Great.He accomplished many things during his forty-six year reign, such as modernizing the Prussion bureaucracy.

Frederick William I, also known as "The Soldier King". (1713-1740)

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