RMGD274J–geography / travel, Germany, Prussia, original text of the lithography: entry of the triumphant troops in Berlin, twentieth of September 1866 (you will see the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin), from'The war of Prussia for the German Unity', a book memory of the glorious year 1866 in text and picture, from Fr. Hoffmann, Berlin, 1867, published by W. Adolf & Comp. /L. Hermann`s bookshop, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMCW868T–1866 Johnson Map of Prussia, Germany
RMAAA679–Crown Prince Frederick, Prince of Prussia, father of Kaiser Wilhelm II and the Empress Frederick daughter of Queen Victoria.
RFCWPX3N–Prussia historical development map
RMM0J7DP–Experimentations in the foundry workshops of H.Gruson in Buckau (Prussia)
RMAPNHPB–Fishermen's hut at Prussia Cove Prussia Cove Cornwall England
RFB5J9KJ–prussia and north germany 1880 map cartography
RMB5MWB8–An engraving depicting the siege and Prussian capture of Schweidnitz Silesia Poland on April 16 1758 involving cannons
RMK70GTR–Royal cousins Czar Nicholas of Russia (middle seat, left) and Kaiser Wilhelm II of Prussia (holding cigarette) enjoy a carriage ride together. Possibly 1913.
RM2H37RWY–Frederick the Great. Portrait of Frederick II of Prussia (1712-1786) by Wilhelm Camphausen, oil on canvas, 1870. Frederick II was King of Prussia from 1740 until his death in 1786.
RMDTMK77–Wilhelm II or William II was the last German Emperor, Kaiser, and King of Prussia
RMMPWFY0–Frederick William III of Prussia (1797-1840), 1889.
RMHN2N3T–The redoubt in Godesberg, Prussia Germany, 18th century
RMDYF10J–Portrait photograph of Kaiser Wilhelm III, (Frederick William Victor Albert of Prussia). Lived between 1859–1941, and was the last German Emperor and King of Prussia. He ruled the German Empire and the Kingdom of Prussia from June 1888 to November 1918, and was the grandson of the British Queen Victoria.
RMMM36K9–Empress Victoria of Prussia. Berlin. 1903
RM2J69E96–Inconnu , Graveur - British stores for the relief of the wounded at Versailles, the head-quarters of the king of Prussia - XIX century
RMM579RH–Frederick the Great of Prussia, circa 1780
RMDEGBH9–Map of the Kingdom of Prussia, 1866. Color lithograph
RME77C1K–Willem Frederick King of Prussia- British Engraving - XIX th Century
RMCW86AG–1815 Thomson Map of Prussia, Germany
RMA43NCG–Kaiser Wilhelm II, 1859 - 1941. Emperor of Germany. King of Prussia. 1888 - 1918. Seen here with his wife in Jerusalem in 1898.
RMG67FC6–The Kaiser's new Castle which is to be occupied by his second son Priince Eitel-Friedrich of Prussia.
RM2DBHPB4–Prince Henry of Prussia
RMT1D0EW–Wedding of King Frederick William III and Queen Victoria of Prussia, 1858
RMBWN8P1–Konigsberg Oblast Kaliningrad East Prussia formerly Germany Europe German Empire Photochrom about 1900 history
RMB3F1GN–Embarkation of refugees in East Prussia.
RMBRK3EH–Portrait photo circa 1900 of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859 - 1941) - the last German Emperor and King of Prussia (1888 - 1918).
RMH6GDYR–Frederick the Great (Friedrich der Große:1712-1786) as Crown Prince. Portrait by Antoine Pesne, oil on canvas, c.1739. Frederick II was King of Prussia from 1740 until his death in 1786
RMC9B3DP–Princess Henry of Prussia
RMMPWFXK–Frederick William III of Prussia (1797-1840), .
RMERG33R–Hand-written notes of Frederick II, King of Prussia 24 January 1712 - 17 August 1786.
RMEC7P4P–Marienburg, east side, Prussia, Germany (Malbork, Poland)
RMMM36K8–Emperor Duetscher of Prussia. Berlin. 1903
RMC2HDJH–Prussia - 1817
RMRP7DK1–The Two Philosophers - Frederick the Great of Prussia welcomes the Young Emperor Joseph
RMPXJ5DY–GROWTH OF PRUSSIA/MAP
RMDEGBGK–Map of the Kingdom of Prussia in 1786, and Brandenburg in 1415. Color lithograph
RF2HJR5B2–Marienburg/Malbork casle. East Prussia. Poland. (1923)
RMCX675K–1843 Malte-Brun Map of Prussia, Germany
RMEABK07–Napoleon receiving the Queen of Prussia at Tilsit, 1807.
RMTR94YM–Friederike, princess of Prussia, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2DBHPCF–Prince Henry of Prussia
RMTC5F80–Lucas Cranach the Elder, Albert, Duke of Prussia, 1490-1568, portrait painting, 1528
RMBWN8MF–Konigsberg Oblast Kaliningrad East Prussia formerly Germany Europe German Empire Photochrom about 1900 history
RMB5M773–1 A454 B1914 E Alexander Ferdinand of Prussia 1914 Alexander Ferdinand prince of Prussia son of prince August Wilhelm of Prussia
RMBRK0J7–Portrait photo c1884 of Wilhelm I (aka William I) - King of Prussia (1861 - 1888) + the first German Emperor (1871 - 1888).
RM2GNGGF3–Frederick William I, King in Prussia (1688-1740) by Antoine Pesne, oil on canvas, after 1733
RMF39JW6–Coronation of William I as King of Prussia at Königsberg Castle in 1861
RMMPT3FG–Portrait of Frederick William II of Prussia (1744-1797).
RMERGCMP–Frederick the Great - portrait. King of Prussia (Friedrich II) wearing tricorn: 24 January 1712 – 17 August 1786.
RMEC7P5W–Jopengasse, Danzig, West Prussia, Germany (Gdansk, Poland)
RMMKR4F7–The Duke of Clarence Landing at Stade, Prussia
RMBCBYNM–WILLIAM 1 OF PRUSSIA
RM2F7X7GK–Frauengasse, Danzig, West Prussia, Germany i.e., Gdansk, Poland, circa 1900
RMG3AXT1–LOUISE OF PRUSSIA
RM2BWAKKN–Allenstein , East Prussia
RF2E92RHE–Europe. Austria Prussia Ottoman Russian Empires BARTHOLOMEW 1870 old map
RMRM1576–'Frederick K. of Prussia', c1800. Creator: Unknown.
RMCFHG4D–Frederick III, 1831 – 1888. German Emperor and King of Prussia.
RMTRH7XB–Elisabeth, princess of Prussia, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMFD7MXN–East Prussia - Tannenberg
RM2D3DK0R–Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (1776-1810), Queen of Prussia, portrait painting by Josef Grassi, 1802
RMBWN8HP–Danzig-Neufahrwasser West Prussia formerly Germany Europe German Empire Poland Photochrom about 1900 history
RMB5M772–1 A454 B1914 1 E Alexander Ferdinand of Prussia 1914 Alexander Ferdinand prince of Prussia son of prince August William of Pruss
RMJ5RM60–Wilhelm I (1797-1888), King of Prussia and First German Emperor, Portrait
RM2F3617P–Frederick the Great. Portrait of Frederick II of Prussia (1712-1786) by Anton Graff, oil on canvas, c.1781-86.. Frederick II was King of Prussia from 1740 until his death in 1786
RMKWDMCE–Duchess Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Queen of Prussia
RMMPWFXB–Frederick William III of Prussia (1797-1840), .
RMERHFDE–Queen Louise of Prussia - portrait. Wife of King Frederick Willliam III. Wearing crown, headband, and 18th century dress. 10
RMEC7P53–Beach, Zoppot, West Prussia, Germany (Sopot, Poland)
RMMKRFDY–Friedrich the Great, Emperor of Germany, King of Prussia
RM2BAGE99–FREDERICK I OF PRUSSIA (1657-1713)
RM2F7X7GC–The lighthouse, Neufahrwasser, West Prussia, Germany i.e., Gdansk, Poland, circa 1900
RMG3AX03–PRINCE WILHELM OF PRUSSIA
RM2BWAKME–Allenstein , East Prussia
RF2HJR5M4–Market place, Wittenberg, an industrial town of Prussia. Saxony-Anhalt. Germany (1923)
RME0RRYR–Aviator James Fitzmaurice welcomed by Prince of Prussia
RMBNH4NN–Wilhelm II, 1859 to 1941. German Emperor and King of Prussia.
RMTRH85E–Marie, princess of Prussia, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMCPJ4F7–Prince Wilhelm of Prussia
RM2CBEC9E–Wilhelm I (1797-1888), King of Prussia, German Emperor, portrait painting by Emil Hünten, 1891
RMBWN8PM–Konigsberg Oblast Kaliningrad East Prussia formerly Germany Europe German Empire Photochrom about 1900 history
RMB5MPE0–9 1914 8 0 H1 Refugees in East Prussia Summer 1914 World War 1 Battles in East Prussia August September 1914 Advance of the Russ
RMEE50WW–Frederick II, Frederick the Great (1712-86), King of Prussia (1740-86), Portrait
RM2F361HX–Frederick the Great. Portrait of Frederick II of Prussia (1712-1786) by Johann Georg Ziesenis, oil on canvas, 1763.. Frederick II was King of Prussia from 1740 until his death in 1786. This portrait was painted at the end of the Seven Years War.
RMW2AR7J–King Frederick William II of Prussia, creator of the Iron Cross award.
RMMPWT57–Portrait of Frederick II of Prussia (1712-1786), .
RMERG5T4–Frederick II, King of Prussia, from 1740–1786. Member of the Hohenzollern dynasty. Also known as Frederick the Great (Ger:
RMEC7P54–Kurgarten & Landungsbrucke, Zoppot, East Prussia, Germany (Sopot, Poland)
RMPKCW2P–Death of Prince Louis of Prussia at the Battle of Saalfeld, 10 October 1806, (c1850). Artist: Francois Pigeot.
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