- The title of this article contains the character ü. Where it is unavailable or not wanted, the name may be written as Wuerttemberg-Hohenzollern.
|Part of French-administered Germany|
and a State of West Germany
|Historical era||post-World War II|
|•||State of West Germany||23 May 1949|
|•||Disestablished||25 April 1952|
|Area||10,406 km2 (4,018 sq mi)|
It was part of the French Zone of Occupation. After a referendum on 16 December 1951 it joined with Württemberg-Baden, which had been in the American Zone, and Baden which had also been in the French Zone, and formed the present state of Baden-Württemberg on 25 April 1952
After World War the Kingdom of Württemberg became the Free Peoples' State of Württemberg. After World War II the part of the Free Peoples' State of Württemberg and the old Principality of Hohenzollern were joined to make Württemberg-Hohenzollern. The name of the Royal family of Prussia was Hohenzollern because they came from this area. This is also why it was always part of Prussia until Prussia was abolished after World War II.