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The prosperity of the state was a sign of divine approval ; given Prussia ' s fragility
, positioned in the midst of great powers , the task of the monarch was that his
every action be an example to his subjects lest divine approval be withdrawn .
its subjects . The splendours of the Baroque , whether at Versailles , in Salzburg
or at the residence of the Bishop of Würzburg , were built on the backs of the
people and in the main that meant the peasants . With their toil and sweat '
He visited his provinces annually , first to inspect his troops , secondly to inspect
his administration , thirdly to inspect his subjects , particularly those whom he had
attracted to settle in Prussian territory . During the time of his reign Frederick ...
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