Preußen

Preußen is the German word for Prussia. It also refers to:

  • Preußen (ship), windjammer built in 1902
  • SMS Preußen (1873), armored frigate
  • SMS Preußen (1903), pre-dreadnought Battleship
  • BFC Preussen, football club in Berlin
  • SC Preußen Münster, football club in Münster
  • SV Viktoria Preußen 07, football club in Frankfurt
  • Preußen Danzig, former football club in Danzig (Gdańsk)
  • 5628 Preussen, asteroid

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