Process of German Unification
There never existed a German sense of national identity. This only came towards the beginning of the 19th century, in the 1800s.
- The German Confederation united the middle-class workers of the states. However, their plans would not pan out due to the actions of Junkers, the large landowners of Prussia.
- Prussia won wars with Austria, Denmark, and France over seven years time and this methodically solidified their position in Europe and unified Germany under Prussian Empire.
- Throughout this process, a lot of importance was assigned to modernising the currency, army, banking, and judicial systems in Germany.
- This event had a major effect on Europe’s politics for the decades to come. The German empire was officially unified and came to be dominated by the Prussian federalist structure.
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