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Part of a two house legislature, the upper house, was appointed by the rulers of German states. They had the real power in decision making. Bundesrat
Part of the lower house, elected by universal male suffrage. Group had limited power. Reichstag
Means the “Emperor” of Germany. Kaiser
In 1871 German princes gathered in the glittering palace of Versailles in France. It symbolized the end of French Dominance of Europe. They formed German unification and the 2nd Reich. Hall of Mirrors
n the 1830s a coalition of German state formed to manage customs and economic policies within their territories. It dismantled tariff barriers between many of the German States. Zollverien
In 1870 this Telegram, caused France to declare the Franco-Prussian War. It was an internal message between the Prussian King William I and the French ambassador. Ems Dispatch
He used a policy of “blood and iron’ to unite the German states under Prussian rule. He was known as the “Iron Chancellor” who targeted the Catholic Church and the socialist because they posed a threat to the German state. Bismark
In 1866 a dual Monarchy formed that had separate states, constitutions, and parliament. They shared ministries of finance, defense, and foreign affairs. Austria - Hungary
King of Prussia and the first German Emperor in January 1871. He celebrated the birth of the Second Reich, or empire. William I
German policies in relation to secularity and reducing the role and power of the Roman Catholic Church in Prussia, enacted from 1871 to 1878. Loyalty to the state above allegiance to the Church. Kulturkampf
1871 boomed becoming an enormous industrial complex producing steel and weapons for a world market. Krupp
1871 -1914 August a business tycoon built a small steel factory from 70 workers to 50,000. Thyssen
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