Anhalt-Harzgerode

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Principality of Anhalt-Harzgerode
Fürstentum Anhalt-Harzgerode  (German)
State of the Holy Roman Empire

1635–1709


17th century arms
of Anhalt principalities

Anhalt territories in 1853, Anhalt-Bernburg (of which Anhalt-Harzgerode was a smaller part) in green
Capital Harzgerode
Government Principality
History
 -  Partition of Anhalt-Bernburg 1635
 -  Reunion with Anhalt-Bernburg 1709

Anhalt-Harzgerode was a principality and member of the Holy Roman Empire. It was created in 1635 following the partition of Anhalt-Bernburg with Frederick, a younger son of Christian I becoming the reigning prince. The death Prince Frederick's son William Louis in 1709 resulted in the extinction of the ruling family and Anhalt-Harzgerode was reunited with Anhalt-Bernburg.

Princes of Anhalt-Harzgerode[edit]

To Anhalt-Bernburg

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