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What the nascent absolutist prince had to achieve and in most cases did achieve
was the transfer of all power into his own ... property ' had been more of less run
by the estates of the realm , the holders of financial monopoly and the princes .
were in the King ' s view , hardly a help in equipping the Crown Prince
adequately for his future task as king . Given Frederick William ' s firm religious
conviction that the prosperity of the state was a sign of divine approval , and his
belief that ...
As Frederick William IV ' s marriage had remained without issue , William was the
heir apparent of the Prussian monarchy as indicated by the ' Prince of Prussia '
title . Frederick William ' s ministers remained in office during that time . But when
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