The German Confederation (German: Deutscher Bund) was a loose association
of 39 German states in Central Europe, created by the Congress of Vienna in ...
German Confederation, organization of 39 German states, established by the
Congress of Vienna in 1815 to replace the destroyed Holy Roman Empire. It was
German Confederation, 1815–66, union of German states provided for at the
Congress of Vienna to replace the old Holy Roman Empire, which had.
The German Confederation, 1815-66. The Congress of Vienna (1814-15),
convened after Napoleon's defeat, sought to restore order to a Europe disrupted
Access may be gained in the Federal Archives to the national archives of central
civilian and military bodies of the German Confederation (1815-1866) and the ...
Dec 12, 2015 ... german_confederation The Congress of Vienna (1814-15), convened after
Napoleon's defeat, sought to restore order in Europe disrupted by ...
German Confederation,. 1815–66, union of German states provided for at the
Congress of Vienna to replace the old Holy Roman Empire, which had been ...
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North German Confederation,. 1867–71, alliance of 22 German states N of the
Main River. Dominated by Prussia, it replaced the German ConfederationGerman
Soon thereafter, Baden, Württemberg, and Hesse-Homburg joined the German
Confederation. The inclusion of the German Confederation in the Final Act of the
Jan 26, 2009 ... The North German Confederation (Norddeutscher Bund), came into ... Its territory
comprised the parts of the German Confederation north of the ...