Can the creation of the German Confederation be considered a solution to the question of the unification of Germany?

no, this union did not set itself the goal of either economic or political unification of the German people, but was a means to preserve the old order. In addition, the Union could not become strong: Austria and Prussia, which played the leading role in the Union, competed among themselves for leadership in the Union, and in the future for leadership in a single German state.

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