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North German Confederation

The North German Confederation, 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. Bismarck's constitution provided a basis for that of the German Empire.



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