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ප්‍රෂියාව Because of the German Revolution of 1918, William II abdicated as German Emperor and King of Prussia. Prussia was proclaimed a "Free State" (i.e. a republic, German: "Freistaat") within the new Weimar Republic and in 1920 received a democratic constitution.
ප්‍රෂියාව With the end of the Hohenzollern monarchy in ජර්මනිය following පළමුවන ලෝක යුද්ධය, Prussia became part of the Weimar Republic as a free state in 1919. It effectively lost this status in 1932 following the Preußenschlag decree of Reich Chancellor Franz von Papen; Prussia as a state was abolished "de facto" by the Nazis in 1934 and "de jure" by the Allies of දෙවන ලෝක යුද්ධය in 1947.
ප්‍රෂියාව The German government seriously considered breaking up Prussia into smaller states, but eventually traditionalist sentiment prevailed and Prussia became by far the largest state of the Weimar Republic, comprising 60% of its territory. With the abolition of the older Prussian franchise, it became a stronghold of the left. Its incorporation of "Red Berlin" and the industrialised Ruhr Area — both with working-class majorities — ensured left-wing dominance.
ප්‍රෂියාව In contrast to its prewar authoritarianism, Prussia was a pillar of democracy in the Weimar Republic. This system was destroyed by the "Preußenschlag" ("Prussian coup") of Reich Chancellor Franz von Papen. In this coup d'état, the government of the Reich unseated the Prussian government on 20 July 1932, under the pretext that the latter had lost control of public order in Prussia (during the Bloody Sunday of Altona, Hamburg, which was still part of Prussia at that time). Papen appointed himself Reich commissioner for Prussia and took control of the government. The "Preußenschlag" made it easier, only half a year later, for Adolf Hitler to take power decisively in ජර්මනිය, since he had the whole apparatus of the Prussian government, including the police, at his disposal.