Königsberg, microcosme d’histoire prussienne
AbstractUntil the destructions in 1944, the triple city of Königsberg, capital of the Teutonic order and then of the Hohenzollern dukes and kings, summed up efficiently in its topography and its main buildings the main features of such a territory, on the southern shore of the Baltic sea, simultaneously German and outside the Empire, inseparable too from Poland and Lithuania.
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