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Histoire de la Prusse/Allemagne
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Prussian cuirassier, 1863, J. Renard

Hi :D I never knew you read Harry Potter too. I always like the books better than the movies. P.S. the Potato King is most certainly a Ravenclaw though some people think there's a bit of Slytherin in him ;) He reminds me of Hermione though.

I read it and watch the film until Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,and stop there.I’ve never seen the other one,I should.It’s a very interesting world !

Yes,Frederick would totally be in Ravenclaw !

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A German infantryman wearing body armor during the Battle of the Somme

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“When a man says he approves of something in principle, it means he hasn’t the slightest intention of putting it into practice.
— Otto von Bismarck (via eloquentandhonest)
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Canadian soldiers pose with captured German helmets and furs, c. 1915.

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Here, have some Prussia~

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Ariana RichardsSwan Maiden Valkyrie”

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Young Kaiser Wilhelm II. 1880s.


Cross of Merit for Women and Girls

This award (Verdienstkreuz für Frauen und Jungfrauen), similar in design to the Iron Cross but additionally adorned with a red cross symbol and a crown on the reverse, was intended as a corresponding decoration for women. Recipients were honoured at the request of Empress Augusta, the wife of the now-Kaiser Wilhelm I. Her monogram also appears on the reverse. The award was instituted in 1871 to commemorate the Franco-Prussian war of 1870/1. The majority of the recipients appear to be royals and the wives and daughters of the aristocracy; also honoured were women who had cared for the wounded during the war.

The full list of recipients can be viewed here.