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Deutsches Reich
Area 451,709 km²
Population 49,761,000
Capital Frankfurt am Main
Emperor George I

The German Empire, colloquially Germany, is a country in Central Europe, bordered by the Netherlands, France, Luxembourg, Italy, Grisons, Slovenia, Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland and Denmark.


The Empire has a federal structure on many levels: uniquely it has both authoritarian kingdoms/duchies/etc. and democratic republics as its constituent states.

The Emperor has all the power related to foreign affairs. Also, on the occasion of a government resigning or receiving a vote of no confidence at the Estates, he nominates a prime minister, who then forms a cabinet.

The Estates are the federal legislative body. It has one representative from every state; the election procedures vary from state to state, ranging from those representatives chosen directly by monarch in some authoritarian states, to those chosen by fair and free elections in some republics.


  • Kingdom of Brandenburg
  • Kingdom of Saxony
  • Kingdom of Württemberg
  • Kingdom of Bavaria
  • Kingdom of Hanover
  • Republic of Switzerland
  • Republic of Saar
  • Republic of Austria
  • Republic of Eupen
  • Republic of Ruhr
  • Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin
  • Grand Duchy of Baden
  • Grand Duchy of Hesse
  • Grand Duchy of Oldenburg
  • Free City of Bremen
  • Free City of Hamburg
  • Free City of Lübeck
  • Imperial City of Frankfurt
  • Duchy of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
  • Duchy of Braunschweig
  • Duchy of Holstein
  • Duchy of Anhalt
  • Duchy of Liechtenstein
  • Grand Principality of Lippe
  • Grand Principality of Lingen
  • Grand Principality of Mark
  • Grand Principality of Ravensberg
  • Principality of Jülich
  • Principality of Ansbach
  • Principality of Bayreuth
  • Principality of Nassau
  • Principality of Zweibrücken
  • Principality of Hohenzollern
  • Principality of Isenburg
  • Electorate of Sayn
  • Electorate of Solms
  • Electorate of Wied



  • the northernmost point: Fano Bugt, Holstein (22°53′N)
  • the southernmost point: Bad Radkersburg, Austria (13°44′N)