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Deutsches Reich[1]
German Empire
Ilẹ̀ Ọbalúayé
Horizontal tricolor (black, white, red) Shield containing a black, one-headed, rightward-looking eagle with red beak, tongue and claws. On its breast is a shield with another eagle. Over its head is an imperial crown with two crossing ribbons.
Flag Coat of arms
Gott mit uns
(German: "God with us")
Emperor's anthem: Heil dir im Siegerkranz
Located in north central Europe, containing modern Germany plus much of modern Poland
Location of Germany
Territory of the German Empire in 1914, prior to World War I
Capital Berlin
Language(s) Official: German
Unofficial minority languages: Danish, French, Polish, Frisian, Old Prussian, Silesian, Lithuanian, and other; Colonial languages: Bantu, Oshiwambo Afrikaans, and Swahili (African colonies), Chinese (Tsingtao and Jiaozhou bay), Papuan languages (German New Guinea) and Samoan (German Samoa).
Religion Lutherans~60%
Roman Catholics~40%
Government Constitutional monarchy and Limited Parilamentary Government
 - 1871–1888 Wilhelm I
 - 1888 Frederick III
 - 1888–1918 Wilhelm II
 - 1871–1890 Otto von Bismarck (first)
 - 8–9 Nov 1918 Friedrich Ebert (last)
Historical era New Imperialism/WWI
 - Unification 18 January, 1871
 - Republic declared 9 November, 1918
 - Formal abdication 28 November 1918
 - 1910 540,857.54 km2 (208,826 sq mi)
 - 1871 est. 41,058,792 
 - 1890 est. 49,428,470 
 - 1910 est. 64,925,993 
     Density 120 /km2  (310.9 /sq mi)
Currency Vereinsthaler, South German gulden, Bremen thaler, Hamburg mark, French franc
(until 1873, together)
Goldmark (1873–1914)
Papiermark (after 1914)
Preceded by
Succeeded by
North German Confederation
Kingdom of Bavaria
Kingdom of Württemberg
Grand Duchy of Baden
Grand Duchy of Hesse
Weimar Republic
Republic of Alsace-Lorraine
Free City of Danzig
Second Polish Republic
Klaipėda Region
Saar (League of Nations)
Hlučín Region
Northern Schleswig
Ní òní ó jẹ́ apá  Burundi
 Marshall Islands
 New Zealand
 Northern Mariana Islands
 Papua New Guinea


Area and population not including colonial possessions
Area source:[2] Population source:[3]
Warning: Value specified for "continent" does not comply

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  1. German constitution of 1871
  2. "German Empire: administrative subdivision and municipalities, 1900 to 1910" (in German). Retrieved 2007-04-25. 
  3. "Population statistics of the German Empire, 1871" (in German). Archived from the original on 2007-04-05. Retrieved 2007-04-25.