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Step by step, this branch annexed many territories, culminating in the acquisition of the position of Governor of the Brandenburg region in 1417, and then the Principality of Prussia in 1618. The Franconian branch successfully transformed from one the noble family became an influential European dynasty. The Franconian branch was later divided, a few members serving as Governor of Brandenburg, and a few members serving as Duke of Prussia. I’m An Autism Mom Like A Normal Mom Hoodie 3D. When these two Franconian branches reunited in 1618 led to the establishment of Prussian Kingdom in 1710. And this event would lead to the Unification of Germany and the establishment of the German Empire in 1871. And members of the Family Hohenzollern became Emperor and King of Prussia. Arguably the most prominent period for members of the Hohenzollern Dynasty was when Germany became an empire.

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What about the fate of this Swabian branch of this family? This branch was established in 1218 by the Duke of Zollern, Frederick IV. They held the title “Duke” throughout the period until 1623, when they were raised to the rank of “royal”. They ruled over three territories: Sigmaringen, Hechigen and Haigerloch. They were not as successful as the Franconian, as they were afflicted with many economic problems and internal troubles, as well as the continued increasing pressure from the neighboring nobles of Wurttemberg and the Swabian Union cities. Conflicts culminated in 1423, when their position at Castle Hohenzollern was besieged and destroyed by the Confederacy of Swabia. However, their territories were retained and handed over by the brothers of the Franconian branch and from the Kingdom of Habsburg. In 1576, the situation was changed by the death of Karl I, Duke of Hohenzollern.

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