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  Dukes of Pomerania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pomerania is a geographical and historical region in northern Poland and Germany, on the south coasts of Baltic Sea on both sides of the Oder River and reaches to the Vistula river in the east and Reknitz River in the west.
1296-1299 Ladislaus I of Poland (Władysław I Łokietek, duke of Cuiavia)
1306-1309 Ladislaus I of Poland (Władysław I Łokietek, duke of Poland)
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 Pomerania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pomerania (Polish: Pomorze, German: Pommern and Pommerellen, Pomeranian (Kashubian): Pòmòrze and Pòmòrskô, Latin: Pomerania, Pomorania) is a geographical and historical region in northern Poland and Germany on the south coasts of the Baltic Sea between and on both sides of the Vistula and Oder (Odra) rivers, reaching the Reknitz river in the west.
From 1181 until 1806, Pomerania was a part of the Holy Roman Empire and was ruled as imperial fiefs by the Dukes of Pomerania and the kings of Poland, Denmark, Saxony, Brandenburg, Prussia, and Sweden.
Pomerania is the area along the Baltic Sea between the Vistula, Notec, Warta and Odra rivers.
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 Dukes of Pomerania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Middle Pomerania with Slupsk and Slawno was made a Polish fief under a Pomeranian duke Racibor I. Western Pomerania with Kamien, Kolobrzeg and Bialogard were made a Polish fief ruled by duke Warcisław I;.
1 Duchy of Pomerania (Eastern) - Ksiestwo Pomorskie (Wschodnie)
Duchy of Pomerania (Eastern) - Ksiestwo Pomorskie (Wschodnie)
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 Pomerania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pomerania (Pomeranian/Kashubian: Pòmòrze, Polish: Pomorze, German: Pommern, Pom(m)erland, Pommerellen, Latin: Pomerania, Pomorania,) is the historical region on the south coasts of the Baltic Sea centered around the mouth of River Oder on the present-day border between Poland and Germany, reaching from River Reknitz in the west to River Vistula in the east.
It was ruled by the Dukes of Pomerania and later it belonged to Poland, Denmark, Saxony, Brandenburg, Prussia, Sweden and Germany.
All of Pomerania in the Kingdom of Prussia (1815-1870)
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 Pomerania : Pomorze   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 1164 the dukes of Pomerania become liens-taker of Henry the Lion.
After 1945 the eastern part of Pomerania, according to an agreement signed in Potsdam in 1945 by the United Kingdom, United States of America and Soviet Union, was given under the temporary administration of Poland until a peace treaty signed in 1990.
The eastern part of Pomerania, Pomorze, is a geographical and historical region in Poland that encompasses three Polish voivodships: the West Pomeranian Voivodship (Zachodniopomorskie), Pomeranian Voivodship (Pomorskie) and the Kujavian-Pomeranian Voivodship (Kujawsko-Pomorskie).
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 Dukes of Pomerania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Middle Pomerania with Slupsk and Slawno was made a Polish fief under a Pomeranian duke Racibor I. Western Pomerania with Kamien, Kolobrzeg and Bialogard were made a Polish fief ruled by duke Warcisław I. czecin and Wolin were semi-independent city-republics being Polish fiefs.
1296-1299 Ladislaus I of Poland (Wladyslaw I Lokietek, duke of Cuiavia)
1306-1309 Ladislaus I of Poland (Wladyslaw I Lokietek, duke of Poland)
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Pomerania's dukes thereupon did homage for their land to Pope John XXII, an opponent of Ludwig the Bavarian, and received it back from him as a fief.
In 1438, Erik the Pomeranian released Ruegen from the feudal suzerainty of Denmark.
Duke Erich II, who governed from 1457 to 1474, was able, in an alliance with Poland against the Teutonic Knights, was able to acquire the lands of Lauenburg and Buetow in 1455.
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 Eric of Pomerania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was born in 1382 son of Vratislav of Pomerania and Mary of Mecklenburg, the only surviving granddaughter of Waldemar Atterdag of Denmark and also a descendant of Magnus I of Sweden and Haakon V of Norway.
Eric's maternal grandfather was Duke Henry of Mecklenburg, who was rival to Queen Margaret in regard to Danish succession in 1375.
From 1449 to 1459, Eric ruled the Duchy of Stolp (part of the Duchy of Pomerania) as Eric I. He died in 1459, and is buried in Darłowo (Ruegenwalde), Poland.
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 Mściwój II of Pomerania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mściwój II (also called Mestwin II or Mszczuj II) was a duke of Eastern Pomerania in years 1266-1294 (died 25 December 1294).
Mściwój II was a son of duke Świętopełk II.
Initially he was a duke of Świecie (since 1266) and of Gdańsk (since 1271).
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 AllRefer.com - Szczecin, Poland (Polish Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
414,900), capital of Zachodniopomorskie prov., NW Poland, historical capital of the Prussian province of Pomerania, on the Oder near its influx into the Zalew Szczecinski (Ger.
A fortress and the largest Pomeranian town as early as the 12th cent., it was until 1637 the residence of the dukes of Pomerania and was an important member (from the 13th cent.) of the Hanseatic League.
Although four fifths of Szczecin, including the old section, are on the left (western) bank of the Oder, the Potsdam agreement of 1945 transferring Pomerania E of the Oder to Polish administration was interpreted to include the city in the transfer.
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 The Council of Princes of the Holy Roman Empire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Landgraves of Hesse (the house of Brabant or Louvain);
Dukes of Brunswick and Luneburg (the house of Este or Welf);
Dukes of Brabant, Gelderland, Limburg and Luxembourg (the house of Habsburg)(King of Spain as Duke of Burgundy);
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 Pomerania
Since 1181 until 1806 Pomerania was a part of the Holy Roman Empire and was ruled as imperial fiefs by the Dukes of Pomerania, kings of Poland, Denmark, Saxony, Brandenburg, Prussia, Sweden.
With the split of the HRE into Austrian and German Empire Pomerania was a part of Germany.
History of Pomerania is very often written from a Polish or German point of view and very rarely from a Pomeranian point of view.
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 Pomerania : Swedish Pomerania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pomerania (German: Pommern, Pom(m)erland, Polish: Pomorze) is a land or province which before World War I (eastern part, "Pomorze Gdanskie") and World War II (western part, "Pomorze Szczecinskie") belonged to Germany and is currently divided between Germany and Poland.
Nevertheless, Pomerania or parts thereof may have been or may not have been part of that deal.
Barnim however had no right to do it, since Eastern Pomerania was ruled by the Mscislaw[?] dukes of Swiecie family, who decided that after his death Pomerania should return to Poland.
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 Articles - History of Pomerania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Middle Pomerania, including Slupsk and Slawno, was made a Polish fief under the Pomeranian duke Racibor I. Western Pomerania, including Kamien, Kolobrzeg, and Bialogard, was made a Polish fief ruled by duke Warcislaw I. czecin and Wolin were semi-independent city-republics governed as Polish fiefs.
From 1300 until 1306 Eastern Pomerania was ruled by the Wenceslaus II of Bohemia and his son Wenceslaus III, King of Bohemia and Poland, later also disputed King of Hungary.
All of Pomerania in the Kingdom of Prussia (1815–1870)
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 Regents of Pomerania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
About 995 was Pomerania conquered by Poland for the first time and it was thereafter struggling to retain as much of its autonomy as possible against Poland, Denmark and German states.
The branch of the Pomeranian princely house that ruled the most western part of Pomerania (Slawia) was called the house of Greif and they assumed the title duke 1170, which was confirmed by the German emperor 1181.
When the last member of the house of Greif died 1637 was Pomerania already occupied by Swedish troops and it was divided between Sweden and Brandenburg in the peace of Westphalia.
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 Pomerania Details, Meaning Pomerania Article and Explanation Guide
The name of Pomerania was probably first mentioned as Latin words 'longum mare' (=along the sea) in the Dagome Iudex document (ca.
Initially Pomerania was the area between the Vistula, Notec, Warta and Odra rivers.
The area has access to the Baltic sea and four bays: Bay of Pomerania, Szczecin Bay, Bay of Gdansk Bay with Bay of Puck and Vistula Bay, and contained Uznam, Wolin and Rugen islands.
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 Middle Pomerania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Middle Pomerania is a geographical and historical region in the middle of Pomerania in northern Poland, between Western and Eastern Pomerania.
Sometimes it was considered part of Western Pomerania.
1455 as the Polish fied administrated by dukes of Pomerania
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 The Catholic Encyclopedia - Oliva   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A suppressed Cistercian abbey near Danzig in Pomerania, founded with the assistance of the dukes of Pomerania some time between 1170-78.
After the extinction of the dukes of Pomerania in 1295, Oliva became part of Poland.
The dukes of Pomerania and the Teutonic Order liberally rewarded them with large tracts of land.
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 STEUBENVILLE - LoveToKnow Article on STEUBENVILLE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Both this and the church of St James, dating from the I4th century, are remarkable for their size.
Stettin is said to have existed as a Wcndish settlement in the 9th century, but its first authentic appearance in history was in the 12th century, when it was known as Stedyn.
From the beginning of the 12th century to 1637 it was the residence of the dukes of Pomerania, one of whom, Duke Barnim I., gave it municipal rights in 1243.
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 West Pomerania - Encyclopedia, History and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
West Pomerania (Polish: Pomorze Zachodnie, German: West Pommern; Latin Pomerania Occidentalis) or West Pomeranian Voivodship (Polish: województwo zachodniopomorskie) is an administrative region or voivodship in the northwestern part of Poland.
This is a picturesque region of Baltic Sea coast, unspoilt nature, lakes and woodlands.
Western Pomerania (also West Pomerania, Szczecin Pomerania, Odra Pomerania) is a geographical and historical region in the west of Pomerania in northern Poland.
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 Kashubians . 1720s . 1859 . 1891 . 1868   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
An early mention of the Kashubians is in the 13th century, when the Dukes of Pomerania included "Duke of Kashubia" in their titles.
From the peace treaty of Westphalia in 1648, after the Thirty years war, parts of West Pomerania became Swedish, and the Swedish kings titled themselves "Dukes of Kashubia" from 1648 to the 1720s.
The parliament Landtag of Prussia in Königsberg in 1843 decided to change the official church language from Polish language Polish to German language German, but this decision was soon repealed, and, starting in 1852, Kashubian was taught at the Gymnasium high school of Wejherowo.
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 Dukes of Pomerania -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In the 1030s Polish state was destroyed and fragmented into several provinces, but soon rebuild when (Click link for more info and facts about Casimir I the Restorer) Casimir I the Restorer was victorius in the battle with Mazovians and Pomeranians in 1047.
Polish king (Click link for more info and facts about Boleslaw Smialy) Boleslaw Smialy (1058-1080) is reported to have lost control of Pomerania.
The Chronicle of the Polish dukes written in 1113 by so called (Click link for more info and facts about Gallus Anomynous) Gallus Anomynous mentions several dukes of Pomerania: Swantibor, Gniewomir, and an unnamed duke besieged in (Click link for more info and facts about Kolobrzeg) Kolobrzeg.
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 Dukes of Pomerania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pomerania is a geographical and historical region in northern Poland and Germany, on the south coasts of Baltic Sea on both sides of the Odra River and reaches to the Vistula river in the east and Reknitz river in the west.
In three military campains of 1116, 1119, 1121 entire Pomerania was conquered by the Polish duke Boleslaw the Wrymouth (Boleslaw Krzywousty), and divided into four parts: Eastern Pomerania with Gdansk was put under direct Polish control and the duke had nominated his governors.
They managed to gather various territories and thats way they were vassals of Poland, Denmark, Saxony, Brandenburg and Roman Empire (Germany).
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 Duques de Pomerania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pomerania es una región geográfica e histórica en Polonia y Alemania norteñas, en las costas del sur del mar báltico en ambos lados del río y de los alcances de Oder al río de Vistula en el este y el río de Reknitz en el oeste.
Pomerania central con Slupsk y Slawno fue hecho un fief polaco debajo de un duque Racibor I. Western Pomerania de Pomeranian con Kamien, Kolobrzeg y Bialogard fueron hechos un fief polaco gobernado por duque Warcisaw I. czecin y Wolin era ciudad-repu'blicas semi-independientes que eran fiefs polacos.
Warcislaw I de Pomerania occidental dio a luz a la familia del griffin de los duques que gobernaron el ducado hasta 1637.
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 Lists of office-holders - LearnThis.Info Enclyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Dukes of the Archipelago, see Duchy of the Archipelago
See also: List of national leaders (in office), state leaders by year.
Dukes of Savoy, Kings of Sardinia, and Kings of Italy from 1861
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 Straight Dope Staff Report: Was the Pied Piper of Hamelin a child molester?
Duke Froben von Zimmern (1556) was the first to put the legends together into the tale we know today.
Fifty years later Richard Verstegan was the first to tell the tale in English and introduce the name "The Pied Piper" in his book A Restitution of Decayed Intelligence.
Indeed there are five villages called Hindenburg running in a straight line from Westphalia to Pomerania, as well as three eastern Spiegelbergs and a trail of etymology from Beverungen south of Hamelin to Beveringen northwest of Berlin to Beweringen in modern Poland.
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 pomerania1
ROYL suggests that Wartislaus's wife was Helen of Bavaria (dau of Henry Niger, Duke of Bavaria) but this is provisionally being ignored.
ROYL suggests that Barninus's second wife was Margaret, dau of Henry, Duke of Braunschweig.
(1451) Margaret of Mecklenburg-Stargard (dau of Henry, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard)
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