Präsidium des Bundes or Bundespräsidium German: , Federal Presidency was a title under the German Confederation 1815–1848, 1851–1866 whereby the Austrian delegate held the chair of the Federal Assembly Austria was thus called the presidential power German: Präsidialmacht This did not give Austria extra power: its delegate simply led the proceedings of the Federal Assembly
Later, during the North German Confederation 1867-71, the same title was used for an office functioning as head of state According to the constitution, the holder of this presidency was always the king of Prussia The king was also Bundesfeldherr, federal commander-in-chief The constitutional changes of 1870-71 renamed the North German Confederation as the German Empire; the title and function of Bundespräsidium remained, but were now combined with the additional title Deutscher Kaiser
- ^ Ernst Rudolf Huber: Deutsche Verfassungsgeschichte seit 1789 Band I: Reform und Restauration 1789 bis 1830 2nd edition, Verlag W Kohlhammer, Stuttgart etal 1967, p 589
- ^ Ernst Rudolf Huber: Deutsche Verfassungsgeschichte seit 1789 Band III: Bismarck und das Reich 3rd edition, W Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 1988, p 657
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