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The Reformation was introduced in Gera in against the will of the Vogts by the Wettins. After the Schmalkaldic War in , the Wettins lost Gera to the Bohemian Crown , who however had no influence on the city, so that the Vogts resp.
During the 16th century, some cloth-makers from the Spanish Netherlands migrated to Gera as religious refugees at Count Henry's invitation and raised the textile business in Gera. In the 18th century, there was a first peak in this industry Putting-out system , which can be seen today at the large agents houses.
In , the Reussians were raised to Imperial Counts which granted them full sovereignty within the Holy Roman Empire ; Gera became their royal residence. In and , big town fires destroyed most buildings in Gera. The town was rebuilt relatively uniform during the s in late-Baroque style, which marks the inner city until today. From here, on October 12, , the French Emperor purposely sent an arrogant and threatening letter to King Frederick William III of Prussia — a letter that enticed Prussia to war and a crushing defeat at the Battle of Jena a few days later.
The Gera line of Reussians died out in , so that it had no royal residence until the new one moved there from Schleiz in From to Gera served as the capital of the Principality of Reuss-Gera. With the industrial revolution in the midth century, Gera grew rapidly, due largely to its textile industry, which saw the first Power loom installed in During the following decades, rail lines in all directions made Gera to a transport hub, and the town kept growing.
The second electric tram in Germany was installed in Gera in After World War I, during the German Revolution of —19 , the prince of Reuss was forced to abdicate and as the resultant " Republic of Reuss " joined the newly founded state of Thuringia in After the incorporation of some suburbs in the s and s Gera, with some 80, inhabitants, was the largest city in Thuringia, although the more centrally located Weimar became its capital.
After the Nazi takeover of Germany, the Jewish community of Gera was destroyed, the synagogue burnt down in the Kristallnacht in and the city's Jews emigrated or were murdered in concentration camps. Some buildings were hit, including the Osterstein castle and several historic buildings in city centre, many of which weren't rebuilt after the war.
Gera became part of the GDR in and was a flash point in the Uprising of in East Germany as thousands of workers — among them many employees of the Soviet-established Wismut uranium mining entity in the nearby Ore Mountains Erzgebirge — demanded higher wages and free elections.
The demonstrations were put down by Soviet military forces, including armored units. With governmental reorganization in East Germany, the city became the capital of the newly created District of Gera in The population rose during the GDR period, and massive Plattenbau prefabricated apartment blocks, built throughout East Germany, were constructed in Gera. After German reunification in , Gera became part of the restored state of Thuringia.
However, Gera lost most of its administrative functions after reunification, and nearly all the city's factories were closed. This led to a continuing economic crisis with significant unemployment, and the city's population declined from , in to less than , a decade later.
The city hosted the Bundesgartenschau federal horticultural exhibition in The municipal territory is marked by the Elster valley, crossing it in south-northern direction. West of the valley, the landscape is more hilly and forested with the Gera Municipal Forest , whereas the eastern parts are more flat and in agricultural use.
Gera has a humid continental climate Dfb or an oceanic climate Cfb according to the Köppen climate classification system. Annual precipitation is only millimeters Light snowfall mainly occurs from December through February, but snow cover does not usually remain for long. Gera is divided in different ways.
Historically, there are more than 60 villages in the densely settled Elster valley area belonging to Gera today. The actual division knows on the one hand statistical districts and on the other hand political districts. The 16 political districts are covering only few parts of Gera, but not the central urban areas, instead usually rural districts got incorporated during the second half of the 20th century.
Each political district can but doesn't have to consist of more than one village. Each political district elects an own district council and a district mayor, whereas the statistical districts don't have any political function. The main urban quarters are the city centre, Untermhaus incorporated in the west, Langenberg , Tinz and Bieblach in the north, Leumnitz in the east, Pforten and Zwötzen in the south-east as well as Debschwitz and Lusan in the south-west.
During the centuries, Gera has been a quite small town of 2, inhabitants. As the textile business saw a first peak, the population rose to 7, in and further to 17, after the early stage of industrialisation in Gera's heyday between and led to a demographic boom with a population of 83, at the end of this phase in In , Gera had 98, inhabitants and the all-time peak was reached in with a population of , After the German reunification in , the city saw a significant decline in population, despite the large incorporations of The population shrunk to , in and 95, in The average decrease of population between and was approximately 0.
Suburbanization played only a small role in Gera. One may also refer to them using their branch names for example: Prince Reuss of Köstriz. The territories of four separate branches of the Junior Line amalgamated between and The House of Reuss practises an unusual system of naming and numbering the male members of the family, every one of whom for centuries has borne the name "Heinrich".
While most royal and noble houses give numbers only to the reigning head of the house, and that in the order of his reign, the Reuss Junior Line used a numbering sequence for all male family members which began and ended roughly as centuries began and ended. In consequence of this naming system, certain heads of the Reuss Junior Line have had the highest numbers attached to their name of any European nobility. Note also that the male children within a single nuclear family need not bear sequential numbers, as all members of the larger family use a common numbering system.
A notable member of this family, Augusta Reuss of Ebersdorf — , became the maternal grandmother of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. The designation of "Junior Line" fell into abeyance in ; the Elder Line had become extinct as its last male member, Heinrich XXIV, renounced his rights in and died unmarried in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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