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National Database: Greater German Reich

Official name

Greater German Reich (Großdeutsches Reich)

Unofficial name(s)

Germany, Greater Germany, German Empire, Greater German Empire, German Reich, Kaiserreich

National Flag

The national Flag of the Greater German Reich consists of a tricolor of equal horizontal stripes that displays the colors of black, white, and red. The colors represents the Reich’s historical ties to Brandenburg.

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Motto

Gott mit uns (God is with us)

Anthem

Heil dir im Siegerkranz (Hail to Thee in Victor's Crown)

Capital

Berlin

Language(s)

German (official); Austrian, French, Danish, Czech, and Polish (unofficial)

Government

Constitutional Monarchy (de jure), one-party Dictatorship (de facto)

Head of State

Frederick Wilhelm IV, Emperor

Horst Kohler, Chancellor

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Frederick Wilhelm IV, Emperor

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Horst Kohler, Chancellor

Population

120,000,000 (2009 estimate)

Twenty largest cities

  1. Berlin (3,396,000)
  2. Hamburg (1,800,000)
  3. Warschau (1,707,000)
  4. Wien (1,682,000)
  5. Munich (1,260,000)
  6. Prag (1,224,000)
  7. Breslau (690,000)
  8. Frankfurt (652,000)
  9. Stuttgart (593,000)
  10. Hanover (516,000)
  11. Dresden (496,000)
  12. Danzig (458,000)
  13. Konigsberg (440,000)
  14. Stettin (408,000)
  15. Graz (253,000)
  16. Kiel (235,000)
  17. Erfurt (203,000)
  18. Saarbrucken (181,000)
  19. Potsdam (148,000)
  20. Oppelin (130,000)

Administrative regions

The Greater German Reich is divided into Reichsgraue, which are subdivisions established for administrative purposes. They are as follows (including their capitals):

  • Schleswig-Holstein (Kiel)
  • Hamburg (Hamburg)
  • Ost-Hannover (Luneburg)
  • Weser-Ems (Oldenburg)
  • Pommern (Stettin)
  • Mark-Brandenburg (Potsdam)
  • Berlin
  • Mecklenburg (Schwerin)
  • Westfalen-Nord (Munsler)
  • Thüringen (Weimar)
  • Sachsen (Dresden)
  • Wartheland (Posen)
  • Danzig-Preuben (Danzig)
  • Ost Preuben (Konigsberg)
  • Poland (Warschau)
  • Bohmen-Mahren (Prag)
  • Halle-Marsebg (Halle)
  • Nieder-Schlesien (Breslau)
  • Sudetenland (Reichenberg)
  • Bayrische-Ostmark (Bayrische)
  • Munchen-Oberbayern (Munich)
  • Wien
  • Niederdonau (Krems)
  • Oberdinau (Linz)
  • Steirmark (Graz)
  • Salzburg
  • Tyrol (Innsbruck)
  • Franken (Nuremburg)
  • Main-Franken (Wurzburg)
  • Wurttemberg (Stuttgart)
  • Meselland (Koblenz)
  • Westmark (Saarbrucken)
  • Alsace (Strasburg)
  • Koln-Aachen (Aachen)
  • Dusseldorf (Dusseldorf)
  • Essen (Essen)
  • Westfalen-Sud (Bochum)
  • Kärnten (Klagenfurt)
  • Hessen-Nassau (Frankfurt)
  • Kurhessen (Kassel)
  • Sud-Hannover Braunschweig (Hahn)
  • Schwaben (Auger)

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Administrative map of the Greater German Reich

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