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  1. This is a list of monarchs who ruled over East Francia, and the Kingdom of Germany ( Regnum Teutonicum ), from the division of the Frankish Empire in 843 until the collapse of the German Empire in 1918. Contents 1 Note on titles 2 East Francia, 843–962 2.1 Carolingian dynasty 2.2 Conradine dynasty 2.3 Ottonian dynasty 3 Holy Roman Empire, 962–1806

  2. The German Emperor ( German: Deutscher Kaiser, pronounced [ˌdɔɪ̯t͡ʃɐ ˈkaɪ̯zɐ] ( listen)) was the official title of the head of state and hereditary ruler of the German Empire. A specifically chosen term, it was introduced with the 1 January 1871 constitution and lasted until the official abdication of Wilhelm II on 28 November 1918.

  3. 22 March 880. Son of Louis the German; ruled in Bavaria; from 877 he also ruled as King of Italy. Charles the Fat. (Karl III, der Dicke) Carolingian. 28 August 876. 12 February 881. 11 November 887. Son of Louis the German; ruled in Alemannia, Raetia, from 882 in the entire Eastern Kingdom; from 879 also King of Italy.

    Name
    House
    King
    Emperor
    Louis the German (Ludwig II der ...
    11 August 843
    Louis the Younger (Ludwig III der ...
    28 August 876
    Carloman (Karlmann)
    28 August 876
    Charles the Fat (Karl III, der Dicke)
    28 August 876
    12 February 881
  4. List of German Kings and Emperors The following list of German Kings and Emperors is one of several Wikipedia lists of incumbents. Table of contents 1 Notes 2 Conrad I 3 Ottonian Saxon Dynasty 4 Franconian Dynasty 5 Supplinburger 6 Staufen or Hohenstaufen 7 Welfs (Guelphs) 8 Staufen (Hohenstaufen) 9 Interregnum 10 Miscellaneous Houses

  5. Listed here are the Kings (882 - 1806), Emperors (1871 - 1918) of Germany . Table of Contents 1 Ancient 2 Roman 3 Frankish Period (777 - 843) 4 East Frankish Period (843 - 882) 5 Carolingian Dynasty (882 - 911) 6 House of Wetterau (911 - 919) 7 House of Liudolf (919 - 1024) 8 Salian Dynasty (1024 - 1125) 9 House of Supplinburg (1125 - 1137)

  6. Emperors are listed in bold. Rival kings, anti-kings, and junior co-regents are italicized. Kings of East Francia (Germany), 843–962 Carolingians Conradines Ottonian dynasty Germany within the Holy Roman Empire, 962–1806 The title "King of the Romans", used under the Holy Roman Empire, is considered equivalent to King of Germany.