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German Crown Jewels The German State Crown
German Crown Jewels The German State Crown
German Crown Jewels The German State Crown
German Crown Jewels The German State CrownGerman Crown Jewels The German State CrownGerman Crown Jewels The German State Crown

German Crown Jewels The German State Crown

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William I was the second son of  King Frederick William III of Prussia and Louise of Mecklenburg. Essentially conservative, William fled to England during the revolutionary uprisings of 1848 in Prussia, and upon his return in1849 he commanded the troops that crushed the republican insurrection in Baden. When his brother King Frederick William IV was declared insane, William became regent in 1858, and on Frederick William's death William became king of Prussia. William immediately set about reorganizing and strengthening the army, and when he met the opposition of the legislature, he appointed Otto von Bismarck his prime minister in 1862. From then until the emperor's death, Bismarck guided the destiny of Prussia and Germany. Opposition to the king's and Bismarck's military program was suppressed, and in 1864 Prussia began its career of military conquest in the war with Denmark over Schleswig-Holstein. This led to the Austro-Prussian War of

Base metal: Lead free Pewter silver toned, velvet hat, Swarovski ELEMENTS. This product comes with a Gift box and romance story card.

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