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Prussian Union Of Churches - History - Royal Attempts To Merge Lutherans and Calvinists
... churches in Prussia and in its predecessor, the Electorate of Brandenburg, becoming later its core province ... descendants made up the bulk of the Calvinists in Brandenburg ... the separate leadership structures of both the Lutheran Church (with its chief body the all-Prussian Lutherisches Oberkonsistorium, Lutheran Upper Consistory 1750–1808) and the ...
Prussia - Administration
... Main articles Brandenburg-Prussia, Kingdom of Prussia, Free State of Prussia (1918–1933) and Free State of Prussia (1933–1947) In the mid-16th century ... Until after the Thirty Years' War, the territories of Brandenburg-Prussia were politically independent from each other, connected only by the common feudal superior ... union into a real union, started to centralize the Brandenburg-Prussian government with an attempt to establish the Geheimer Rat as a central authority for all territories in 1651, but this ...
Prussian Union Of Churches - History - Structures and Bodies of The Evangelical State Church of Prussia
... province), in Berlin, which had become a separate Prussian administrative unit in 1881, and the Province of Brandenburg (Ecclesiastical Province of the March of Brandenburg for both), in the Province of ... and Silesia had two (after 1922), those of Saxony and the March of Brandenburg, three – from 1911 to 1933 the latter even four – general superintendents, annually alternating ... While in the other Prussian provinces this level of parishioners' democracy only emerged in 1874, when Otto von Bismarck, in his second term as Prussian Minister-President (9 November 1873 – 20 March 1890 ...
Brandenburg-Prussia - Navy and Colonies - Navy
... See also Brandenburg Navy and Prussian Navy Brandenburg-Prussian navy Vessel type Count 1700 ... frigate 4 ... fluyt 0 ... Schnaue 0 ... Galiote 0 ... yacht ... personal meeting with Frederick William in 1675 settled in Brandenburg in 1676 and became the major figure of Brandenburg-Prussia's emerging naval and colonial enterprise ... The Brandenburg-Prussian navy was established from ten ships which Frederick William leased from Raule, and achieved first successes in the war against Sweden supporting the ...