Germany, Italy, and America; these counties became unified during the 19th century.
No,it became a nation-state in 1871 (late 19th century).
The 19th Century.
Germany in the 19th century
Yes in the 19th century
William II King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany
19th century Germany
2 hours. However, that would not have taken you very far into Germany. Lithuania and Germany (Ostrpreussen) bordered each other in the 19th century, so depending where you were in Lithuania - it could take as little as 5 minutes. The district of Klaipeda (previously Memel) in Lithuania was part of Germany in the 19th century, as was the area round Tilsit.
A boxer can mostly be founded in Germany and came there in the 19th century.
Germany and the end of 19th century
Germany, at the end of the 19th century
Otto von Bismarck.
Otto Von Bismarck
There are no wolves in Germany they died out with the bears in the 19th century.
By the beginning of the 19th century, the Industrial Revolution had essentially put an end to feudalism in Germany and the rest of Europe. The average person realized that he or she did not have to bow to a kind for survival.
No. Reform Judaism started in Germany, in the 19th Century.
In respect to Germany in the World War II era and the 20th century more largely, the effects of the 19th century were profound. Just one example out of many can demonstrate the point: the unification of Germany in the late 19th century, as part of the wave of nationalism that was sweeping Europe at that time, put it in a position to compete viably with other European nations for the first time in many generations.
Socialists tried to achieve their objectives in Britain, France, and Germany in the last half of the 19th century by promoting the worldly ideal of a system of societal equality.