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- Prussia (region), a historical region on the Baltic that gave its name to the later Kingdom of Prussia
- State of the Teutonic Order (1230–1525), founded in the Prussian region by the Teutonic Order
- Prussian Confederation (1440–1466), an alliance of German Hanseatic cities in Prussia who rebelled against the Teutonic Knights
- Royal Prussia (1466–1772), a province of the Polish Crown, created by the separation of Prussia into two parts
- Duchy of Prussia (1525–1618), a duchy established in the eastern part of Prussia
- Brandenburg-Prussia (1618–1701), a state created by the personal union of the Duchy of Prussia and the Margraviate of Brandenburg
- Kingdom of Prussia (1701–1918), a kingdom established in Brandenburg-Prussia
- Province of Prussia (1829–1878), a province of the Kingdom of Prussia, created by a union of the Provinces of East and West Prussia
- Free State of Prussia (1918–1945), a state of Germany after the abolition of the Kingdom of Prussia
East and West Prussia
- East Prussia, the eastern part of the region of Prussia
- Province of West Prussia, a province of the Kingdom of Prussia, annexed from Poland in 1772 (former Royal Prussia), re-established 1878
- Province of East Prussia, a province of the Kingdom of Prussia, created from former Ducal Prussia and Warmia in 1773, re-established 1878; an exclave of Germany after World War I
- Posen-West Prussia, a province of the Free State of Prussia (1922–1938) (the western parts of former West Prussia that were retained by Germany)
- Regierungsbezirk West Prussia, administrative region of the Province of East Prussia (1920–1938) (the eastern parts of former West Prussia that were retained by Germany)
People and languages
- Old Prussians, Baltic tribes formerly inhabiting the region of Prussia
- Old Prussian language, their language, now extinct
- High Prussian, German dialect in East Prussia
- Low Prussian, German dialect in East Prussia
- Prussian Army, army of the Kingdom of Prussia
- Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, a foundation (est. 1957) holding museums and libraries left behind by the former Free State of Prussia
- Evangelical State Church in Prussia, a former Protestant church body under changing names (1817–2004)
- Prussian Navy, navy of the Kingdom of Prussia
- Prussian Military Academy
- Prussian Trust, German expellee company
- The village of Prussia, Saskatchewan in the Dominion of Canada. It was renamed Leader in 1917.
- Prusia is a village near to Pozuzo, Oxapampa, in the central jungle of Peru.
- The character Prussia (human name: Gilbert Beilschmidt) in the Japanese webcomic/manga/anime series, Hetalia: Axis Powers.
- Prussia, Iowa
- Preußen (disambiguation)
- Preußisch (disambiguation)
- Borussia (disambiguation)
- Prussian blue (disambiguation)
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