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  1. States of the German Confederation The Austrian Empire, excluding the Kingdom of Hungary, the Principality of Transylvania, and the Kingdom of Croatia (all... Archduchy of Austria (split into Upper Austria and Lower Austria in 1849) Kingdom of Bohemia Margraviate of Moravia Grand Duchy of Salzburg ...

  2. The current countries whose territory were partly or entirely located inside the boundaries of the German Confederation 1815–1866 are: Germany (all states except Southern Schleswig in the north of Schleswig-Holstein) Austria (all states except Burgenland) Luxembourg (entire territory) Liechtenstein ...

  3. initially, the states of the federal republic were baden (until 1952), bavaria (in german: bayern ), bremen, hamburg, hesse ( hessen ), lower saxony ( niedersachsen ), north rhine-westphalia ( nordrhein-westfalen ), rhineland-palatinate ( rheinland-pfalz ), schleswig-holstein, württemberg-baden (until 1952), and württemberg-hohenzollern (until …

  4. States of the German Confederation * List of historic states of Germany A Duchy of Anhalt Anhalt-Bernburg Anhalt-Dessau Anhalt-Köthen Austrian Empire B Grand Duchy of Baden Kingdom of Bavaria Bremen (state) Duchy of Brunswick C Duchy of Carinthia Duchy of Carniola F Free City of Frankfurt H Hamburg Electorate of Hesse Grand Duchy of Hesse

  5. Germany is traditionally a country organized as a federal state. After the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806, the German-speaking territories of the empire became allied in the German Confederation, a league of states with some federalistic elements. After the war between Austria and Prussia of 1866, Prussia led the Northern states into a federal state called North German Confederation of 1867–1870. The Southern states joined the federal state in 1870/71, which was ...

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  6. These states, or Staaten (or Bundesstaaten, i.e. federal states, a name derived from the previous North German Confederation; they became known as Länder during the Weimar Republic) each had votes in the Bundesrat, which gave them representation at a federal level.