Friedrich Wilhelm III

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Friedrich Wilhelm III was King of Prussia. The situation of his kingdom became progressively grimmer as Napoleon was elected a king of Veneda in 1803. In 1815, as a consequence of Congress of Vienna, Prussia lost Silesia, Lusatia, Grand Veneda and some southern parts of Preymern. Prussia survived, but was seriously crippled. It took later on lots of effort to let it grow again.

He was succeeded by his son.



Preceded by:
Friedrich Wilhelm II

King of Prussia

King of Prussia

1797–1840

Succeeded by:
Friedrich Wilhelm IV
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