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1. Germany : German Confederation Boundary Lines, 1826, German Historical GIS

1826. These lines represent the boundary of the German Confederation (Deutscher Bund) in 1826. The confederation boundary extends beyond "core Germany" a...

2. Germany : German Confederation Boundary Lines, 1830, German Historical GIS

1830. These lines represent the boundary of the German Confederation (Deutscher Bund) in 1830. The confederation boundary extends beyond "core Germany" a...

3. Germany : German Confederation Boundary Lines, 1834, German Historical GIS

1834. These lines represent the boundary of the German Confederation (Deutscher Bund) in 1834. The confederation boundary extends beyond "core Germany" a...

4. Germany : German Confederation Boundary Lines, 1848, German Historical GIS

1848. These lines represent the boundary of the German Confederation (Deutscher Bund) in 1848. The confederation boundary extends beyond "core Germany" a...

5. Germany : German Confederation Boundary Lines, 1850, German Historical GIS

1850. These lines represent the boundary of the German Confederation (Deutscher Bund) in 1850. The confederation boundary extends beyond "core Germany" a...

6. Germany : German Confederation Boundary Lines, 1853, German Historical GIS

1853. These lines represent the boundary of the German Confederation (Deutscher Bund) in 1853. The confederation boundary extends beyond "core Germany" a...

7. Germany : German Confederation Boundary Lines, 1863, German Historical GIS

1863. These lines represent the boundary of the German Confederation (Deutscher Bund) in 1863. The confederation boundary extends beyond "core Germany" a...

8. Germany : German Empire Boundary Lines, 1871, German Historical GIS

1871. These lines represent the boundary of the German Empire (Deutsches Reich) founded in 1871. The outside boundaries now coincide with the territory s...

9. Germany : German Empire Boundary Lines, 1890, German Historical GIS

1890. These lines represent the boundary of the German Empire (Deutsches Reich). The tiny island of Heligoland in the North Sea, which came to Germany in...

10. Germany : German Empire Boundary Lines, 1914, German Historical GIS

1914. These lines represent the boundary of the German Empire (Deutsches Reich) in July 1914.

11. Germany : North German Federation Boundary Lines, 1867, German Historical GIS

1867. These lines represent the boundary of the North German Federation (Norddeutscher Bund) in 1867. This Federation included Prussia and the northern G...

12. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1820, German Historical GIS

1820. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

13. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1826, German Historical GIS

1826. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

14. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1830, German Historical GIS

1830. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

15. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1834, German Historical GIS

1834. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

16. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1848, German Historical GIS

1848. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

17. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1850, German Historical GIS

1850. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

18. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1853, German Historical GIS

1853. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

19. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1863, German Historical GIS

1863. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

20. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1867, German Historical GIS

1867. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.