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Kaiser is a German title meaning emperor, derived from the Roman title of Caesar.

While Kaiser denoted both the rulers of the Holy Roman Empire (962 - 1806) and of the Austrian and Austro-Hungarian Empire (1806 - 1918), in English usage the title is mainly associated with the emperors of the unified German Empire (1871 - 1918).

The Kaisers of the German Empire were:

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