| Provisional Government Greater German Reich |
Provisorische Regierung der Großdeutsches Reich
"Es lebe unser heiliges Deutschland!"
"Long live our sacred Germany!"
Valkyrie Germany in 1944, at the time of the Second Lisbon Conference
|Languages|| Official language:|
Unofficial minority languages:
Danish, French, Dutch, Polish, Lithuanian, Belarusian, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Romanian, Slovak, Czech, Slovenian, Croatian, Italian
|-||1943-1945||Carl Friedrich Goerdeler|
|-||Valkyrie putsch||16 November 1943|
|-||Second Lisbon Conference||28 January 1944|
|-||Monarchy restored||18 January 1945|
|-||1944||895,028 km² (345,572 sq mi)|
|-||1945||703,665 km² (271,687 sq mi)|
|Density||122.4 /km² (316.9 /sq mi)|
|Density||127.9 /km² (331.4 /sq mi)|
|Area and population not including colonial possessions|
The Provisional Government of the Greater German Reich (Provisorische Regierung der Großdeutsches Reich or PRGR) was an interim government of German Military Resistance between 1943 and 1945 following the Valkyrie putsch, and lasted until the establishment of the German Regency.
Its principal mission beside the war was to prepare the ground for a new constitutional order that resulted in the Restoration of the German monarchy, though the successor state operated as an authoritarian regency. It also made several important reforms and political decisions, such as ending the holocaust, and establishing a plurality voting system.