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" The presidency of the union belongs to the King of Prussia who, in this capacity, shall be entitled German Emperor. "
Two Aspects of the German Constitution - Page 2
by Jean Du Buy - 1894 - 39 pages
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Political Science and Comparative Constitutional Law, Volume 2

John William Burgess - 1890
...representatives of the people. It owes its legal existence to a clause in the Imperial constitution, which reads : The presidency of the Union belongs to the King of Prussia, who, in this capacity, shall be entitled German Emperor. 2 An amendment to the constitution, in the manner...
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Universal Peace

Victor Hugo Duras - 1908 - 186 pages
...of Emperor is really one of the special privileges of Prussia. The language of the Constitution is : "The Presidency of the Union belongs to the King of Prussia, who bears the title of German Emperor." It has been said that as Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy the Emperor...
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The Evolution of Prussia: The Making of an Empire

Sir John Arthur Ransome Marriott, Sir Charles Grant Robertson - 1915 - 459 pages
...not strictly an hereditary sovereign. He is not indeed ' sovereign ' at all. Article xi states : ' The presidency of the union belongs to the King of Prussia who, in this capacity, shall be entitled German Emperor.' There is no German crown, no German civil-list...
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The World's Work, Volume 34

1917
...German Emperor possesses no such supernatural dignity. The German constitution describes him thus: "The presidency of the Union belongs to the King of Prussia, who bears the title of German Emperor." Here is a discovery, most astonishing to Americans, for the Kaiser, according...
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Our War for Human Rights: Being an Intensely Human and Brilliant Account of ...

Frederick E. Drinker - 1917 - 432 pages
...German Emperor it is necessary to realize that the German constitution describes the Emperor thus: "The presidency of the Union belongs to the King of Prussia, who bears the title of German Emperor." On the other hand the King of Prussia, who happens to be the Kaiser, has...
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Greater European Governments

Abbott Lawrence Lowell - 1918 - 329 pages
...Kaiser, is really one of the special privileges of Prussia. The language of the constitution is: " The presidency of the union belongs to the king of Prussia, who bears the title of German Kaiser." The succession is therefore determined solely by the law of the Prussian Royal...
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Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights ...: Why America ...

Kelly Miller - 1919 - 592 pages
...German Emperor it is necessary to realize that the German constitution describes the Emperor thus: "The presidency of the Union belongs to the King of Prussia, who bears the title of German Emperor." On the other hand the King of Prussia, who happens to be the Kaiser, has...
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Germany's Constitutions of 1871 and 1919: Texts

Germany - 1924 - 292 pages
...diplomatic protection. IV. PRESIDING OFFICE. ARTICLE 11. The Presiding Office of the Federation appertains to the King of Prussia, who bears the name German Emperor. The Emperor has to represent the Empire in the Law of NaiUons, in the name of the ETmpire to declare war...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1916
...of Emperor is really one of the special privileges of Prussia. The language of the Constitution is : "The Presidency of the Union belongs to the King of Prussia, who bears the title of German Emperor." It has been said that as Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy the Emperor...
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