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This seems to have mattered little to Elector Frederick because his entire efforts
were concentrated on achieving his major ambition : the royal title and crown .
Frederick the Great used to say that his grandfather aimed for and obtained the ...
Simultaneously peasant serfdom - at least within the royal domain - would have
been abolished . Although the state would have had to part with some of its
domains a substantial new source of revenue would have been created .
Royal debts accumulated by his father were rapidly paid off , royal domains
pawned to obtain money were taken under control of the crown again . This was
the case especially in East Prussia , the former Swedish Baltic provinces and
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