Fredrick the Great
Fredrick the Great was born in Berlin, Germany. Fredrick ruled Prussia which is now modern day Germany from 1740-1786. During his life he became an accomplished musician. He also ended up practicing the forbidden arts his father did not let him practice as a child. He won decisive victories in the army. He established himself as the absolute ruler of Prussia. Some of his negative traits were he was convinced an army was the key to being successful. He raised feuds. He relied too much on himself. He argued about religon. He was a calvanist. He was forced into marrage. His father was very creul.