States of the German Confederation in 1848

With the help of a map, can you name all the states of the German Confederation in 1848?
Includes member states that were dependencies of other countries.
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Last updated: October 9, 2020
First submittedNovember 7, 2019
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State
Anhalt-Bernburg
Anhalt-Dessau
Anhalt-Köthen
Austria
Baden
Bavaria
Bremen
Brunswick
Frankfurt
Hamburg
Hanover
Hesse
(Electorate)
Hesse
(Grand Duchy)
Hesse-Homburg
Hohenzollern-
Hechingen
Hohenzollern-
Sigmaringen
Holstein
Liechtenstein
Limburg
Lippe
State
Lübeck
Luxembourg
Mecklenburg-
Schwerin
Mecklenburg-
Strelitz
Nassau
Oldenburg
Prussia
Reuss-Gera
Reuss-Greiz
Saxe-Altenburg
Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
Saxe-Lauenburg
Saxe-Meiningen
Saxe-Weimar-
Eisenach
Saxony
Schaumburg-Lippe
Schwarzburg-
Rudolstadt
Schwarzburg-
Sondershausen
Waldeck-Pyrmont
Württemberg
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Level 63
Jan 24, 2020
Hatte alles bis auf Hohenzollern-Hechingen (nach 4 Versuchen)
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Level 37
Oct 31, 2020
sehr schwer!
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Level 70
Jan 24, 2020
For those starting with Saxe, would you accept Sachsen? E.g. Sachsen-Meiningen, not just Saxe-Meiningen?
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Level 55
Jan 24, 2020
Sure thing! Updated.
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Level 52
Jan 24, 2020
Thanks, I personally love map quizzes and this is great!
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Level 62
Jan 24, 2020
This map looks like gerrymandering on crack
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Level 53
Jun 10, 2020
pretty accurate
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Level 75
Jan 26, 2020
Too many Saxes - a whole Saxe section!
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Level 81
Mar 28, 2020
And they all use different pronouns.
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Level 55
Jul 28, 2020
There should also be a tuba section.
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Level 48
Mar 6, 2020
Can you please accept Lubek for Lübeck?
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Level 53
May 12, 2020
Could you accept Wuerttemberg? At present I think it is only accepting u for u with umlaut, but the standard English keyboard custom is to write as ue.
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Level 55
May 12, 2020
Should work now.
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Level 36
Jun 10, 2020
Great quiz! I love old maps, especially when they are nto that way now.
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Level 64
Jun 17, 2020
Try to make states ending in burg be more consistent with accepting the spelling of berg. Some accept it while others do not. Incredible SVG though
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Level 55
Jun 18, 2020
Thanks! It should be a bit more consistent now.
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Level 38
Jun 30, 2020
Victoria 2 anyone?
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Level 67
Jun 30, 2020
Pretty sure the quiz maker became annoyed by waiting for Victoria 3 and thus decided to make this quiz. ;-)
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Level 55
Jul 1, 2020
Well, truth is.... I just like making maps, haha.
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Level 78
Jul 26, 2020
Know why they won't show "Ivanhoe" on TV unedited?

Too much Saxon violence. (rimshot)
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Level 43
Jul 26, 2020
EU4 for the win!
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Level 57
Jul 26, 2020
Some really hard type-ins here!
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Level 70
Jul 26, 2020
If you type Hesse it gives you both the electorate and the duchy but not Hesse Homburg. Given that every other state has to be guessed individually, why not here?
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Level 55
Jul 26, 2020
This is because the common name for both Hesse-Darmstadt (Grand Duchy) and Hesse-Kassel (Electorate) was just Hesse.
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Level 58
Jul 27, 2020
Tried Mecklenburg for so many times. Didn't know there was two of them ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Level 56
Jul 27, 2020
Wow what on Earth was going on in Germany?
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Level 55
Jul 27, 2020
It wasn't an unified country yet at this time. It used to be way worse. It used to be even worse until Napoleon finally got rid of about a couple of hundreds of states that were part of the Holy Roman Empire.
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Level 47
Jul 29, 2020
This is why in fairy tales you have so many princes and princesses of tiny places with funny-sounding German names, and only a few subjects.
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Level 72
Jul 27, 2020
Lubbock for Lübeck, please?
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Level 31
Jul 28, 2020
This looks horrifying
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Level 52
Oct 2, 2020
Can't believe I got half. I know most of the first names on those with multiple, but that's about it so I missed those.
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Level 44
Oct 28, 2020
Why did only around 75% of people get Austria? That's like one of the more obvious ones right?