It is relatively easy to find a list of the provinces and free cities in the United States of Europe. They're all in Chapter 35 of 1636: The Ottoman Onslaught. But finding information on the composition of the State of Thuringia-Franconia is much harder.

One reason for this is that the New United States was a country composed of states but became the State of Thuringia-Franconia, which is composed of counties. It was decided that counties would have the same rights and offices but could continue to use their former titles, including herzogtum

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