Republic of Prussia
republik Preußen
Timeline: The British Ain't Coming

OTL equivalent: Duchy of Prussia,and the March of Brandenburg
Flag of Prussia (1918–1933) Coat of arms of Prussia (1918–1933)

Gott mit uns (High German)
("God with us")

Anthem "Preußenlied"
(and largest city)
Other cities Königsberg
Language German
Ethnic Group German
Demonym Prussian
Government Federal parliamentary republic
  legislature Reichstag
President Joachim Gauck
Chancellor Angela Merkel
Population 72.71 million 
Established 1701
Currency Prussian thaler ($) (PRT)
Time Zone (UTC+1)
Internet TLD .pr
Organizations NATO, Hanseatic Alliance, Holy Roman Empire
The Republic of Prussia, or just Prussia, is a sovereign state located in Europe.

Prussia is considered the heart of the Holy Roman Empire, being one of its main original members and one of the most powerful to this day. Prussia also retains strong cultural ties to the Empire.



Government and Politics


The Prussian Reichstag is a bicameral legislature. The Reichstag was also the name of the lower house, and by constitution are directly elected in a general election by the citizens. The Upper House, the Reichstrat, is directly elected by the citizens of corresponding provinces and republics; according to the Prussian constitution, the Reichstrat's function is to represent the different provinces and republics.

The Reichstag meets in the Reichstag building, located in Berlin.

Administrative divisions

Prussia is a federation composed of 13 provinces and 10 republics.

Prussian republics are constituent republics formed from German states that had willingly joined Prussia during the 1800s. These republics enjoy a certain degree of autonomy, each with their own constitution, president, and parliament. However, international affairs are handled at the federal level.