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The German Confederation (German Deutscher Bund) was a loose association of German states formed by the Congress of Vienna in 1815.
Inspired by the Napoleonic organization of German and Italian principalities, the ostensibly liberal reforms of Karl August von Hardenberg and Count Stein were thoroughly conservative, enacted to preserve aristocratic privilege and institutions during an era of reform, reaction, and revolution opened up by the French Revolution by forging a competent national army.
Throughout the German Confederation, Austrian influence was paramount, drawing the ire of the nationalist movements.
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 German Confederation: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The german confederation (german deutscher bund) was a loose association of central european states created by the congress of vienna in 1815 to organize...
Bohemia (echy in czech, böhmen in german) is a historical region in central europe, occupying the western and middle thirds of the czech republic....
Olomouc (german olmütz) is a city in moravia, in the east of the czech republic....
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The North German Confederation (German Norddeutscher Bund), a transitional grouping which existed (1867 - 1871) between the dissolution of the German Confederation and the founding of the German Empire, cemented Prussian control over the 22 states of Northern Germany and emanated that same control (via the Zollverein) into southern Germany.
One of the functions of the Confederation was to handle the mail and issue postage stamps, upon which it commenced 1 January 1868.
Confederation stamps were superseded on 1 January 1872 by the first issues of the German Empire.
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The Confederation was an association of feudal-absolutist German states; it helped to prolong the political and economic disunity of Germany.
In May 1875 (at the Gotha Congress) the party united with the General German Workers' Union to form the Socialist Worker's Party of Germany.
During WWI the German Social-Democratic Party took a social-chauvinist stand, vigourously supporting the war.
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