How was Germany’s political fragmentation manifested? What power did the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire have, and what power did the rulers of the German principalities and lands have?
In Germany, there were many small centralized states headed by princes independent of the king and their capitals. The emperor did not possess power as such, he could only have only his own possessions and his own troops. The princes minted coins, judged the population, collected taxes and duties.
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