Frederick the Great
Frederick II of Prussia (1712 - 1786) the Old Fritz saw himself as the first servant of state. His strategic skill because of which Prussia could finally establish a great power in Europe soon gave him the additional name "the Great". Frankness and tolerance which he is admired for still today characterised him. That is why he abolished torture and proclaimed freedom of religion, he made the potato foodstuff and this way prevented great poverty. The establishment of a powerful civil service should make it possible that every citizen was treated equally.
Friedrich der Große. Biography. Hard cover in a slipcase, 512 pages, 38 x 53 mm, Miniaturbuchverlag Leipzig 2007. German edition.
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