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    Prussia was a German state on the southeast coast of the Baltic Sea. It formed the German Empire under Prussian rule when it united the German states in 1871. It was de facto dissolved by an emergency decree transferring powers of the Prussian government to German Chancellor Franz von Papen in 1932 and de jure by an Allied decree in 1947.

  2. Prusia(en alemán, Preußen, pronunciado /ˈpʁɔɪ̯sn̩/ (escuchar); en prusiano, Prūsija; en polaco, Prusy; en latín, Borussiao Prutenia) fue un Estadodel mar Bálticoentre Pomerania, Poloniay Lituaniaque existió desde finales de la Edad Media.

    • Prehistoria E Historia Antigua
    • Antiguos Prusianos
    • Cristianización Y Caballeros Teutónicos
    • Principios de La Edad Moderna
    • Era Moderna
    • Véase también

    El área fue poblada por los portadores de la cultura de la cerámica cordada en el 4.º milenio a. C., que hablaban un proto indoeuropeo, que en el Báltico se diversificaría en la rama Baltoeslávica que daría lugar a los bálticos como hablantes de lenguas bálticas. Los bálticos comenzarían a separarse entre orientales y occidentales a finales del pri...

    En la primera mitad del siglo XIII, el obispo Cristiano de Prusia escribió la historia de una época muy anterior. Adán de Bremenmenciona a los prusianos en 1072. Después de la cristianización de los eslavos occidentales en el siglo X, apareció el estado de los polanos y se produjeron los primeros intentos de conquistar y bautizar a los pueblos bált...

    A comienzo del siglo XIII, Conrado de Mazovia convocó Cruzadas e intentó conquistar Prusia durante varios años pero fracasó, por lo que el papa llamó a una nueva cruzada. Finalmente el Duque invitó a los Caballeros teutónicos a luchar los habitantes de Prusia a cambio de un feudo en Kulmerland. Prusia fue conquistada por los Caballeros teutónicos d...

    Durante la reforma protestante, se produjeron levantamientos religiosos y conflictos, y en 1525, el último Gran Maestre de los Caballeros teutónicos, Alberto de Brandenburg, miembro de una rama cadete de la Casa de Hohenzollern, adoptó la fe luterana, dimitió de su cargo, y asumió el título de "Duque de Prusia". En un acuerdo parcialmente negociado...

    Tras unificar la región de Prusia en un único estado, se convirtió en una provincia, dividida nuevamente entre Este y Oeste. Se le incorporó también el extremo septentrional de Gran Polonia(Sępólno Krajeńskie, Złotów y Wałcz). Su población era todavía parte polaca y parte alemana, parte católica y parte Luterana (ambas divisiones superponiéndose es...

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    • Prehistory and early history
    • Old Prussians
    • Christianization and the Teutonic Knights
    • Efforts to expand the meaning of the designation

    Prussia is a historical region in Europe on the south-eastern coast of the Baltic Sea, that ranges from the Vistula delta in the west to the end of the Curonian Spit in the east and extends inland as far as Masuria. Tacitus's Germania is the oldest known record of an eyewitness account on the territory and its inhabitants. Pliny the Elder had alrea...

    The region's inhabitants of the Middle Ages have first been called Bruzi in the brief text of the Bavarian Geographer and since been referred to as Old Prussians, who, beginning in 997 AD, repeatedly defended themselves against conquest attempts by the newly created Duchy of the Polans. The territories of the Old Prussians and the neighboring Curon...

    Indo-European settlers first arrived in the region during the 4th millennium BC, which in the Baltic would diversify into the satem Balto-Slavic branch which would ultimately give rise to the Balts as the speakers of the Baltic languages. The Balts would have become differentiated into Western and Eastern Balts in the late 1st millennium BC. The re...

    According to a legend, recorded by Simon Grunau, the name Prussia is derived from Pruteno, the chief priest of Prussia and brother of the legendary king Widewuto, who lived in the 6th century. The regions of Prussia and the corresponding tribes are said to bear the names of Widewuto's sons — for example, Sudovia is named after Widewuto's son Sudo. ...

    In the beginning of the 13th century, Konrad of Mazovia had called for Crusades and tried unsuccessfully to conquer Prussia for years. Bishop Christian of Oliva established the Order of Dobrzyń in order to defend Masovia against the raids of Old Prussians. However, the rather innumerous order did not prove effective in countering Prussians in batll...

    The Teutonic Knights soon turned against their Polish benefactors in the same way, as they earlier did in Hungary. The Polish region of Pomerelia which was never inhabited by the Old Prussians, and which was called Pomorze in Polish language since the Early Middle Ages, was forcibly occupied by the monastic state of the Teutonic Knights in 1308, fo...

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    Prussia's borders have changed over time. It has not always been the exact same place. Mostly, Prussia was a small part of what is today northern Poland. After a small number of Prussian people moved there to live, Germans came to live there too. In 1934, Prussia's borders were with France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Denmark, and Lithuan...

    In 1226, Polish Prince Conrad of Mazovia (Mazovia is a place in Northern Poland) asked the Teutonic Knights from Transylvania to come to Mazovia. He wanted them to fight the Prussian tribes on his borders. They fought for more than 100 years. Then they created a new state. After some time, this state controlled most of today's Estonia, Latvia, and ...

    • Prussian
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  3. El reino de Prusia fue una monarquía absolutista hasta las Revoluciones de 1848 en los Estados germanos, tras las cuales Prusia se convirtió en una monarquía constitucional, siendo elegido Adolf Heinrich von Arnim-Boitzenburg ministro-presidente. Tras la primera constitución de Prusia, se formó un parlamento bicameral.