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Population Distribution by Size of Locality: German Reich, Prussian Provinces, and Federal States (1871–1910)

Demographic and Economic Development

Forging an Empire: Bismarckian Germany (1866-1890)

Causes and Effects of Emigration from Germany (1870s–1880s)

Population Growth in Major Cities (1875–1910)

Population Density by Federal State and Prussian Province (1871–1910)

Model of Rental Barracks on Kastanienallee in the Prenzlauer Berg Neighborhood of Berlin in the1880s

Proportion of Non-Agricultural Workers in Germany’s Federal States and Prussian Provinces (1882)

Berlin in the Building Boom of the Founding Era (1875)

Foreign-Language Populations in the German Reich in 1900

Temporary Lodgings for Emigrants, Hamburg (1882)

Administrative Districts in the German Reich in 1900

Occupational Breakdown of Germany’s Population (1882–1907)

Nominal Wages, Cost of Living, and Real Wages in Industry, Trade, and Transportation (1871–1913)

Net Domestic Product by Economic Sector (1870–1913)

Railway Construction (1850–1873)

Machine Room in Richard Hartmann’s Chemnitz Factory (1868)

The Rudolph Hertzog Department Store in Berlin (1882)

Total Production of German Industry and Crafts (1873–1894)

Train Wreck in Alsace (September 3, 1882)

Thousand-Mark Stock Certificate (September 1, 1885)

Carl Friedrich Benz: A New Bicycle (1867)

A Journeyman Bookbinder (c. 1870)

The Economic and Social Significance of Gas Motors (1870s)

Changes in the Construction Industry (c. 1880)