Frederick the Great

michael steward

Field

he was a general in a battle in the british wars. during the seven years wars.

time period

14th October 1758

contributions

Frederick the Great remains one of the most famous German rulers of all time for his military successes and his domestic reforms that made Prussia one of the leading European nations. Frederick II (the Great) was king of Prussia from 1740 to 1786, and he stands as one of the greatest of the Enlightened Despots. He was an absolute ruler, but he lived under the principle that he was the "first servant of the state." He consequently did not rule by his own personal whims, but always under the guidance of what was most beneficial for Prussia, and he expected his people to possess the same devotion.

professionalism

He made a professional military and lead them to a win during the seven years war.