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Pomerellia

Pom·er·a·ni·a (p m -r n - , -r n y ). A historical region of north-central Europe bordering on the Baltic Sea in present-day northwest Poland and northeast Germany.

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Evangelical Lutheran parishes in Posen and Pomerelia. 3.1 German Evangelical Lutheran parishes 1935 - 1936.
A Brief History of Poland For the Genealogist
Prussia: all of Pomerelia except Danzig. • Galicia to Austria. • Russia: slice of Byelorussia/Lithuania.
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Pomorze: a word formed from two Polish words Po (meaning by) and morze. ( meaning sea) or Pomorze (by the sea).
Fritz Stern Dissertation Prize Presentation, November 16, 2007
ern Polish regions of Poznania, Pomerelia (including much of West Prus- sia and often referred to as the “Polish Corridor”), and Upper Silesia.
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292, 295; see also Conrad, duke of. Masovia; Władysław Łokietek. Pomerania 2, 74, 76,.

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Pomerelia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pomerelia (German: Pommerellen) is a historical region in northern Poland.
List of Pomeranian duchies and dukes - Wikipedia, the free
Pomerelia - definition of Pomerelia by the Free Online Dictionary
Pom·er·a·ni·a (p m -r n - , -r n y ). A historical region of north-central Europe bordering on the Baltic Sea in present-day northwest Poland and northeast Germany.
Euratlas Periodis Web - Map of Pomerelia in Year 1100
Online historical atlas showing a map of Europe at the end of each century from year 1 to year 2000. Map of Pomerelia in year 1100.
Original 1835 Map POLISH PRUSSIA Danzig Culm Pomerelia | eBay
Original 1835 Map POLISH PRUSSIA Danzig Culm Pomerelia. Click to view larger image. Zoom; Enlarge.

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