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  2. Karl August von Hardenberg - Wikipedia

    Karl August Fürst von Hardenberg (31 May 1750, in Essenrode-Lehre – 26 November 1822, in Genoa) was a Prussian statesman and Chief Minister of Prussia. While during his late career he acquiesced to reactionary policies, earlier in his career he implemented a variety of Liberal reforms .

  3. Karl August von Hardenberg | Prussian Statesman & Reformist

    Karl August von Hardenberg, in full Karl August, Fürst (prince) von Hardenberg, also called (until 1814) Freiherr (baron) von Hardenberg, (born May 31, 1750, Essenrode, near Gifhorn, Brunswick [Germany]—died November 26, 1822, Genoa [Italy]), Prussian statesman and administrator, who preserved the integrity of the Prussian state during the Napoleonic Wars.

  4. Karl August, prince von Hardenberg summary | Britannica

    Below is the article summary. For the full article, see Karl August von Hardenberg . Karl August, prince von Hardenberg, (born May 31, 1750, Essenrode, near Gifhorn, Brunswick—died Nov. 26, 1822, Genoa, Italy), Prussian statesman who preserved the integrity of the Prussian state during the Napoleonic Wars. He won the abiding trust of ...

  5. Hardenberg, Karl August von |

    As chancellor of Prussia from 1810 to 1822, Karl August von Hardenberg was one of the two leading figures, along with Karl Freiherr vom Stein, in the Reform Movement (1807–1815), which produced profound legal and socioeconomic changes in Prussia. Hardenberg's principal legislative accomplishments included two economic decrees of 1810, which ...

  6. Unification of Germany - Wikipedia

    Unification of Germany. The unification of Germany ( German: Deutsche Einigung, pronounced [ˈdɔʏtʃə ˈʔaɪnɪɡʊŋ] i) was a process of building the first nation-state for Germans with federal features based on the concept of Lesser Germany (one without Habsburgs ' multi-ethnic Austria-Hungary).

  7. 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Hardenberg, Karl August vonædia...

    HARDENBERG, KARL AUGUST VON, Prince (1750–1822), Prussian statesman, was born at Essenroda in Hanover on the 31st of May 1750. After studying at Leipzig and Göttingen he entered the Hanoverian civil service in 1770 as councillor of the board of domains (Kammerrat); but, finding his advancement slow, he set out—on the advice of King George III.—on a course of travels, spending some time ...

  8. Hohenzollern – Wikipedia

    Das Familienoberhaupt der schwäbischen Hohenzollern ist Karl Friedrich Prinz von Hohenzollern. Dieser im 17. Jahrhundert gefürstete Familienzweig entfernte sich kaum vom schwäbischen Ursprungsgebiet. Burg Hohenzollern, auf dem gleichnamigen Berg in Bisingen im Zollernalbkreis gelegen, befindet sich im Eigentum beider Familien.

  9. Charles Martel defeated the Spanish Muslims at the battle of Tours (732–33) and began the military campaigns that reestablished the Franks as the rulers of Gaul. Although he never assumed the title of king, he divided the Frankish lands, like a king, between his sons Pepin the Short and Carloman.

  10. Park Klein-Glienicke – Wikipedia

    Ausgestaltung Glienickes unter Fürst Hardenberg Blick auf Schloss und Gartensalon (A. W. F. Schirmer, 1824) Ab 1810 mietete der gerade vom König zum Staatskanzler berufene Karl August von Hardenberg das Anwesen. Glienicke wurde damit vom mächtigsten Politiker Preußens und seiner dritten Gemahlin Charlotte bewohnt.