The Margrave of BadenList of rulers of Baden
1.Berthold II, Duke of Carinthia, d. 1078
2.Herman I, Margrave of Baden, 1040–1074
3.Herman II, Margrave of Baden, 1074–1130
4.Herman III, Margrave of Baden, d. 1160
5.Herman IV, Margrave of Baden, 1135–1190
6.Herman V, Margrave of Baden-Baden, d. 1243
7.Rudolf I, Margrave of Baden-Baden, 1230–1288
8.Herman VII, Margrave of Baden-Baden, 1266–1291
9.Rudolf IV, Margrave of Baden-Pforzheim, d. 1348
10.Frederick III, Margrave of Baden-Baden, 1327–1353
11.Rudolf VI, Margrave of Baden-Baden, d. 1372
12.Bernard I, Margrave of Baden-Baden, 1364–1431
13.Jacob, Margrave of Baden-Baden, 1407–1453
14.Charles I, Margrave of Baden-Baden, 1427–1475
15.Christopher I, Margrave of Baden-Baden, 1453–1527
16.Ernest I, Margrave of Baden-Durlach, 1482–1553
17.Charles II, Margrave of Baden-Durlach, 1529–1577
18.George Frederick, Margrave of Baden-Durlach, 1573–1638
19.Frederick V, Margrave of Baden-Durlach, 1594–1659
20.Frederick VI, Margrave of Baden-Durlach, 1617–1677
21.Frederick VII Magnus, Margrave of Baden-Durlach, 1647–1709
22.Charles III William, Margrave of Baden-Durlach, 1679–1738
23.Hereditary Prince Frederick of Baden-Durlach, 1703–1732
24.Charles Frederick, Grand Duke of Baden, 1728–1811
25.Leopold, Grand Duke of Baden, 1790–1852
26.Prince Wilhelm of Baden, 1829–1897
Prince Louis William Augustus of Baden was a Prussian general and politician. He was the father of Prince Maximilian of Baden, the last Minister President of the Kingdom of Prussia and last Chancellor of the German Empire
27.Prince Maximilian of Baden, 1867–1929
28.Berthold, Margrave of Baden, 1906–196329.Maximilian, Margrave of Baden, b. 1933
(see below)The Grand Duchy of Baden
For most of the early modern period, the Baden lands were divided into two parts, one ruled by the Catholic Margraves of Baden-Baden, and the other by the Protestant Margraves of Baden-Durlach.
In 1771, the main Baden-Baden line became extinct, and all of the Baden lands came under the rule of Baden-Durlach. During the Napoleonic era, in the imperial reorganisation of 1803, Baden gained a great deal of additional territory, and its rulers were made one of the few prince-electors of the Holy Roman Empire.
However, this pre-eminent dignity lasted only for three years, until the end of the Empire in August 1806, eight months after the crushing Battle of Austerlitz. Consequently, in that year, the Margraves took on the title of Grand Duke of Baden, and gained additional territory.
In 1815 it joined the German Confederation. During the Revolutions of 1848 in the German states, Baden was a center of revolutionist activities.
In 1849 it was the only German state that became a republic for a short while, under the leadership of Lorenzo Brentano. Finally the revolution in Baden was suppressed mainly by Prussian troops, the Grand Duchy of Baden remained a sovereign country until it joined the German Empire in 1871.
After the revolution of 1918 Baden became part of the Weimar Republic as the Republic of Baden.
And monarchy was abolished soon after...then END!