Posts Tagged ‘ Pommerellen ’

List of towns with German population in the territory of the Polish State

Woiwodschaft

Are recorded in this directory basically all villages of Poland, a German population of at least 10 v.H. show. Das angewandte Ordnungsprinzip geht erst von den vier Wojewodschaftsgruppen und dann über die Wojewodschaften und Kreise zu den einzelnen Ortschaften in alphabetischer Abfolge aus.



Family history of von Zitzewitz

Wappen-Zitzewitz

The sex is Zitzewitz, how old Pomeranian chroniclers, Wendish origin in Pomerania. The earliest documents date from the years 1345 and 1347. It is clear from the available documents, that Zitzewitz had a very important cargo complex.



The history of the Kashubian

Kashubians are a Slavic tribe. They form the poles together the branch of Western Slavs, to the former nor the now extinct Slavic tribes in Pomerania, Mecklenburg, Brandenburg, Holstein and Hanover were. More West Slavic tribes are the Lusatian Serbs and the Czechs and Slovaks. The Language of the Kashubian region comprises the districts of Puck, Neustadt, Karthaus, the Kreis Konitz, Buetow and some border villages of the districts Stolp and Lauenburg. The meaning of the name was not found Kashubians the date of this publication; die schon alte aus dem  [...]



The history of the city of Gdansk

Chronological History of the City of Danzig, beginning with the prehistory (geographical location, Stone Age, Roman Decade) The history of the city and the meaning of the name, Gdansk Pomeranian time with the first documentary mention. Description of the Pomeranian Dukes. The trading history, especially in conjunction with the city of Lübeck, The German Immigration, German and Slavic populations. The medal for the first time to drop by the Order of Danzig 1308-1410 (The Gdansk Convention Knight, the coffered, Land acquisitions, Danziger Tangible, the relationship to the religious)



Deed books and Universitätsmatrikel source for research

As a charter book is known in history, a printed collection of medieval and early modern documents from a content, geographical or factual connection. In previous publications and on the German-speaking countries is not common Diplomatarium, otherwise similar conceptions in the language. Codex is also common in older editions diplomaticus. Weitere Urkundenbücher und Matrikel findet ihr hier: