Gdańsk

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- und Berufszählung Vom 1. November 1923 in der Freien Stadt Danzig mit einem Anhang: Die Ergebnisse der Volkszählung vom 31. August 1924" It had been separated from Germany after Versailles and made into a nominally independent Free City of Danzig. Hitler sought to reverse these territorial losses, and on many occasions made an appeal to German nationalism, promising to "liberate" the German minority (German minority in Poland) still in the Corridor, as well as Danzig.<


international history

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2002 ''Blitzkrieg w Polsce wrzesien 1939'' Richard Hargreaves page 84 Bellona, 2009 ''A military history of Germany, from the eighteenth century to the present day''Martin Kitchen page 305 Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1975 International history of the twentieth century and beyond Antony Best page 181 Routledge; 2 edition (July 30, 2008) As Nazi demands increased, German-Polish relations rapidly


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Dinslaken, Germany in 1958. Deja credits his first seeing Disney's ''The Jungle Book (The Jungle Book (1967 film))'' when he was 11-years-old with inspiring him to become an animator. "Deja views&quot;, Features, ''The Northern Echo'', 30th January 2010 After graduating from Theodor-Heuss Gymnasium (secondary school), he studied graphic design at the Folkwang


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. To effect the conjoined throwing of all the shuttles and the various other movements of the loom, the automatic action of the power-loom is necessary; and it is a remarkable fact that the self-acting ribbon loom was known and extensively used more than a century before the famous invention of Cartwright. A loom in which several narrow webs could be woven at one time is mentioned as having been working in Dantzig (Gdańsk) towards the end of the 16th century. Similar looms were at work in Leiden


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the former Stettin is now part of Poland after World War II, Hamburg still continued the contract so that the part of the port (now called Moldauhafen) may still be used for sea trade by the successor of Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic. background group_or_band origin Gdańsk, Poland genre Blackened death metal, death metal, black metal (early) '''Behemoth''' is a Polish blackened death metal band from


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shipyard (Gdańsk Shipyard), Poland. Its home port is Gdynia (Poland). It has replaced ''Dar Pomorza''. Finally, after the award of the Council of Ambassadors to Poland by the Gdansk branch plants Mauser, was admitted to the Military Rifle Gew98 (German version of the Mauser M1898) as wz.98. Machinery factory in Gdańsk to Warsaw, to the newly created National Rifle Factory. Production at the new plants started in July 1922. Ship awarded Ship builder Dora Shipyard, Gdańsk


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of Neptune Statue at Long Market Street, Bottom left: Neptune statue in front of Artus Court in Long Market Street, Bottom right: Third Millenium John Paul Ⅱ Bridge image_flag Gdansk flag.svg image_shield POL Gdańsk COA.svg pushpin_map Poland pushpin_label_position bottom coordinates_region PL subdivision_type Country subdivision_name subdivision_type1 Voivodeship (Voivodeships of Poland) subdivision_name1 Pomeranian (Pomeranian Voivodeship) subdivision_type2 Powiat County

Zwantepolc&pgis 1#search first Marian last Gumowski title Handbuch der polnischen Siegelkunde year 1966 language German in 1228, ''Gdansk'' in 1236, Also in 1454, 1468, 1484, and 1590 ''Danzc'' in 1263, ''Danczk'' in 1311, Also in 1399, 1410, and 1414–1438 ''Danczik'' in 1399, Also in 1410, 1414 ''Danczig '' in 1414, and ''Gdąnsk'' in 1656. File:Zwantepolc.png thumb upright 0.9

–1807 Free City of Danzig 1920–1939


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directions near Jacks Tower phone tollfree fax hours price Beer: 6 zł, tatanka 8 zł priceextra content Nice late bar club, no entry charges, free food after 23:00 (weekends), good music and good young crowd. Sleep As the TriCity is in effect conjoined and there are good, fast transit links, you can just as well consider accommodation in Gdynia or Sopot. Budget *


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of the Danzig Senate, Arthur Greiser, who was to remain Forster's life-long nemesis. '''2011''' ''Details (2011 FIVB World League)'' ''' By 1 October 1941, the regiment mustered fourteen Pe-8s after having been replenished by new aircraft from the factory. It spent the rest of the year conducting night raids on Berlin, Königsberg, Danzig (Gdańsk) and as well as German


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, but Roman-Catholic Church remained the dominating religion. Reformation reached Poland in the 1520s, and quickly gained popularity among mostly German-speaking inhabitants of such major cities, as Gdańsk, Toruń and Elbląg. In Koenigsberg, in 1530, Polish-language edition of Luther's Small Catechism was published. The Duchy of Prussia, which was a Polish fief, emerged as key center of the movement, with numerous publishing houses issuing not only Bibles, but also

Gdańsk

The origins of the city are subject to ongoing research. The first written record thought to refer to Gdańsk is the ''vita of Saint Adalbert (Adalbert (Archbishop of Magdeburg))''. Written in 999, it describes how in 997 Saint Adalbert of Prague baptized the inhabitants of ''urbs Gyddannyzc'', "which separated the great realm of the duke i.e. Boleslaw the Brave (Bolesław I Chrobry) of Poland from the sea." Loew, Peter Oliver: Danzig. Biographie einer Stadt, Munich 2011, p. 24. No further written sources exist for the 10th and 11th centuries. Based on the date in Adalbert's vita, the city celebrated its millennial anniversary in 1997. Wazny, Tomasz; Paner, Henryk; Golebiewski, Andrzej; Koscinski, Bogdan: Early medieval Gdansk Danzig revisited (EuroDendro 2004), Rendsburg 2004, pdf-abstract.

Archaeological evidence for the origins of the town was largely retrieved between 1948 and 1978, after World War II had laid 90% of the downtown districts in ruins and extensive surveys and excavations were carried out. Loew (2011), p. 24; Wazny et al. (2004), abstract. The oldest seventeen settlement levels were dated to between 980 and 1308. It is generally thought that Mieszko I of Poland erected a stronghold in the 980s, thereby connecting the Polish state (History of Poland (966–1385)) ruled by the Piast dynasty with the trade routes of the Baltic Sea. The dates assigned to the oldest finds have been questioned, resulting in a verification survey in 2003, re-evaluating old finds and also examining new sites on the basis of dendrochronology. None of the remains of the medieval stronghold date to before the 1050s 1060s. Loew (2011), p. 27; Wazny et al. (2004), abstract. Loew (Peter Oliver Loew) (2011) asked if there maybe was an earlier, not yet located stronghold, and said that the identified stronghold site, consisting of a fort and a suburbium covering 2.7 ha (hectare) which may have held 2,200 to 2,500 inhabitants, does not only lack finds from before 1060, but that no material from after the mid-12th century has been retrieved from the fort. Loew, Peter Oliver: Danzig. Biographie einer Stadt, Munich 2011, p. 27. Loew adds that traces of settlement dating to the 10th century have been found in parts of today's Gdańsk outside said stronghold. Loew, Peter Oliver: Danzig. Biographie einer Stadt, Munich 2011, pp. 27–28.

thumb 260px right The medieval port crane, called ''Żuraw'' over Motława (File:635498 Gdansk Żuraw 01.JPG) river.

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