The Kingdom of Prussia was a German kingdom from 1701 to 1918. From the 1871 unification of Germany to its defeat in World War I, Prussia comprised almost two-thirds of the territory of the German Empire. It took its name from the territory of Prussia, although its power base was Brandenburg. Prussia was a great power since its foundation as a kingdom, though it became a military power as a duchy under the Great Elector.
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