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Flag (1892–1918) Coat of arms (1701–1918)
Suum cuique  (Latin)
"To each his own"
Location of Prussia
Prussia (blue), at its peak, the leading state of the German Empire
Capital Königsberg, later Berlin
Language(s) German (official)
Religion Protestantism, Roman Catholicism
Government Monarchy, democracy
 - 1525–1568 Albert I (first)
 - 1688–1701 Frederick III (last)
 - 1701–1713 Frederick I (first)
 - 1888–1918 Wilhelm II (last)
Prime Minister1, 2
 - 1918–1920 Paul Hirsch (first)
 - 1933–1945 Hermann Göring (last)
Historical era Early modern Europe to Contemporary
 - Duchy of Prussia 10 April, 1525
 - Union with Brandenburg 27 August 1618
 - Kingdom of Prussia 18 January 1701
 - Free State of Prussia 9 November 1918
 - Abolition (de facto) 30 January 1934
 - Abolition (de jure) 25 February, 1947
 - 1939 297,007 km2 (114,675 sq mi)
 - 1939 est. 41,915,040 
     Density 141.1 /km2  (365.5 /sq mi)
Ní òní ó jẹ́ apá Germany, Poland,
Russia, Lithuania,
Denmark, Belgium,
Czech Republic, Netherlands, Switzerland
1 The heads of state listed here are the first and last to hold each title over time. For more information, see individual Prussian state articles (links in above History section).
2 The position of Ministerpräsident was introduced in 1792 when Prussia was a Kingdom; the prime ministers shown here are the heads of the Prussian republic.

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