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  1. The Confederation of the Rhine lasted from 1806 to 1813. The founding members of the confederation were German princes of the Holy Roman Empire. They were later joined by 19 others, altogether ruling a total of over 15 million subjects.

  2. The Confederation of the Rhine was a client state of First French Empire. It existed from 1806 through 1813. Its ruler was Napoleon I of France, called "Protector of the Federation". It included most of the German states but not the two biggest, Prussia and Austria.

    • Historia
    • Miembros de La Confederación
    • Véase también


    Con anterioridad, al rey de Baviera se le había impuesto como yerno al hijastro de Napoleón, y las casas de Wurtemberg y Baden recibieron también familiares del emperador. Estos tres antiguos Estados se transformaron en reinos absolutistas, a pesar de que el código Napoleónico se implantó en todos los Estados creados por el emperador. Se abolieron el feudalismo y la servidumbre y se estableció la libertad de culto. Le fue otorgada a cada Estado una constitución en la que se establecían el suf...


    La Confederación se disolvió después de la derrota de Napoleón en la batalla de Leipzig en 1813; cada uno de los Estados alemanes firmó la paz y respaldó la Alianza entre Prusia, Rusia, Austria y Gran Bretaña. El Congreso de Viena (1814-1815) acordó la creación de la Confederación Germánica, que reemplazó a la del Rin.


    1. Baviera 2. Sajonia 3. Westfalia 4. Wurtemberg


    1. Anhalt-Bernburg 2. Anhalt-Dessau 3. Anhalt-Köthen 4. Arenberg 5. Gran Ducado de Baden 6. Gran Ducado de Berg 7. Gran Ducado de Hesse 8. Gran Ducado de Fráncfort 9. Mecklemburgo-Schwerin 10. Mecklemburgo-Strelitz 11. Nassau 12. Gran Ducado de Oldemburgo 13. Sajonia-Coburgo 14. Sajonia-Gotha 15. Sajonia-Hildburghausen 16. Sajonia-Meiningen 17. Sajonia-Weimar 18. Gran Ducado de Wurzburgo


    1. Hohenzollern-Hechingen 2. Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 3. Isenburg-Birstein 4. Leyen 5. Liechtenstein 6. Ratisbona 7. Lippe-Detmold 8. Reuss-Ebersdorf 9. Salm 10. Schaumburg-Lippe 11. Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt 12. Schwarzburg-Sondershausen 13. Waldeck

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    • "Commemorative Medal"
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    Alright I am probably going to need help on this one. The intial draft is very poorly worded but its something. I'll try to clean it up and augment it next week. cheers.GrazingshipIV

    I noticed an error: The flag is the flag of France - not the flag of the Confederation of the Rhine. I presume, that the confederation has never had an own flag. But the different member states of the confederation used their flags for themselves.The member states of the Confederation of the Rhine had not been part of France, but had accepted Napoleon in his function as "protector". This fact doesn't make the Confederation of the Rhine a part of France. So the flag of France is no official symbol for the Confederation of the Rhine!The member states had been co-founders of the Confederation of the Rhine. So they had been subjects not objects of international law. Formally they kept their sovereignty and were no client states of France. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk • contribs) 1. The Flags of the World site says that the French flag was used for the Confederation of the Rhine. Member states did use their own flags, but the Confederation itself used the Fren...

    It says, that all of the Holy Roman Empire except for Danish Holstein, Swedish Pommern, Prussia and Austria were part of the Confederation of the Rhine, the land west of the Rhine and large parts of northwestern Germany were incorporated into France. This misregards Erfurt, which was incorporated into France as well when obtained from Prussia, and which was consequently not part of the Confederation. The wording should be redone in this sense or a clause be added that mentions this fact. 21:17, 12 July 2007 (UTC)Toscho[]

    I'd like to change it to a table, so that it can be organized in different ways. Any objections? Andrew647 15:00, 24 October 2008 (UTC)[]

    I don't think, that the Confederation of the Rhine had been a state or a client-state. I think the Confederation of the Rhine had been a confederation of client-states (please look into the "Rheinbundakte", the treaty between France an the 16 german princes!). The "Rheinbund"-states had been de iure souverain, but de facto clients of France. So the article should be corrected in this point! Tfjt (talk) 18:36, 4 March 2009 (UTC)[] 1. Yes, I agree. It was not a state. Jan.Kamenicek (talk) 17:48, 3 March 2010 (UTC)[]

    Does that exact phrasing have any legitimacy in English? A preliminary web search does not reveal any. The "Flags of the World" site is not a guide to English language usage. "Rhine Confederation" is one literal translation of the German Rheinbund, yes, but that appears to be all. That phrasing can be restored with a proper citation. Varlaam (talk) 17:35, 10 November 2011 (UTC)[]

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    I think that we should include the "Alleged flag of the Rhine Confederation" for the following reasons: 1. The Flag has a serious source backing it up ( 2. Users might go to this page to find the Alleged flag 3. There is no harm in keeping it as long as we say it's alleged. 4. The Flag is used in several other infoboxes including that of the War of the Sixth Coalition I invite User:Jangga0118 and User:Pinkbeast to stop edit warring and try to reach a consensus.Koopinator (talk) 18:24, 3 December 2018 (UTC)[] 1. That serious source explicitly says it is not known to be the flag; that it is not known if the Confederation had a flag. It does not in way say where this alleged flag came from or what evidence there is for it. The harm is that users may be misled into thinking it is the actual flag (if they don't look carefully) or into thinking it is more than undocumented guesswork. 2. Clearly it should be removed from all infoboxes beca...

    Why the hell is an unsourced picture of medal (??) being put in place of a non-existent coat of arms? -- (talk) 00:50, 29 January 2019 (UTC)[] 1. @ that picture of a medal is based on an original by User:Finanzer (See File:Medaille rheinbund 472.jpg ) - I believe that tagging him here should notify him, but i'll also ask him on his commons talk page. Koopinator (talk) 03:29, 29 January 2019 (UTC)[]

    I think we should add the alleged flag of the confederation of the rhine , and if some people don’t want to add it because it’s "non-official" flag we can always just add "alleged flag" on the bottom. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Dobledude44 (talk • contribs) 16:18, 7 August 2020 (UTC)[]

  3. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This category contains states under the rule of princes that were members in the Confederation of the Rhine ( 1806 – 1813 ).

  4. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Articles relating to the Confederation of the Rhine (1806-1813), a confederation of client states of the First French Empire. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Confederation of the Rhine.

  5. For Napoleon, the Confederation of the Rhine was an instrument to secure the military support of the Rhenish states when necessary. The power balance was one-sided; France alone decided when to mobilize (Art .36). France and the Rhenish states were allowed to negotiate international treaties, including with states outside of the Confederation.

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