King Of Prussia

"King of Prussia" redirects here. For other uses, see King of Prussia (disambiguation).
For the Pennsylvanian town, see King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.

A list of the Hohenzollern rulers of the former German state of Prussia, originally territories on the Baltic Sea, which the Teutonic Knights had conquered from the Prussians, Poland and Lithuania, and which later became a duchy under the suzerainty of the Kingdom of Poland, an independent duchy, an independent kingdom, a kingdom within the German Empire, and then a constituent state of Germany.

The history of Prussia was, from 1618 onwards, closely tied to that of the Margraviate of Brandenburg; the ruler of Prussia was also Elector of Brandenburg from 1618 to 1806. For a list of earlier rulers of Brandenburg, see List of rulers of Brandenburg.

Duchy of Prussia (1525–1701)

Main article: Duchy of Prussia

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Kingdom of Prussia (1701–1918)

Main article: Kingdom of Prussia

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Pretenders to the Throne of Prussia (1918–present)

See also

References

Bibliography

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External links

  • House of Hohenzollern

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