Prussian National Assembly

The Prussian National Assembly (German: Preußische Nationalversammlung), came into being after the revolution of 1848 and was tasked with drawing up a constitution for Prussia. It first met in the building of the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin (later the Maxim Gorki Theater). On 5 November 1848 the Government ordered the expulsion of the Prussian National Assembly to Brandenburg an der Havel and on 5 December 1848 it was dissolved by royal decree.

Prussian National Assembly

Preußische Nationalversammlung
Type
Type
History
Established22 May 1848
Disbanded5 December 1848
Preceded byEstates
Succeeded byLandtag
Meeting place
Sing-Akademie, Berlin

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