Monarchs of Prussia

In 1525, grand master Albert of the Teutonic Order converted the lands held by his order into a duchy, becoming the duke of Prussia. His successors built on this, with Frederick I proclaiming himself king in 1701. This continued until 1918, when the last king (by then also German Emperor) abdicated, and the monarchy was abolished. Can you name the 14 people who served as duke or king of Prussia?
Regnal numbers must be used, unless an epithet is used instead. Both German and English names are accepted.
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House of Hohenzollern
Reign
Albert
1525 - 1568
Albert Frederick
1568 - 1618
John Sigismund
1618 - 1619
George William
1619 - 1640
Frederick William
the Great Elector
1640 - 1688
Frederick I
1688 - 1713
(king from 1701)
Frederick William I
1713 - 1740
House of Hohenzollern
Reign
Frederick II the Great
1740 - 1786
Frederick William II
1786 - 1797
Frederick William III
1797 - 1840
Frederick William IV
1840 - 1861
Wilhelm I
1861 - 1888 (also German
Emperor from 1871)
Friedrich III
1888 (also
German Emperor)
Wilhelm II
1888 - 1918 (also
German Emperor)
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