pomerania in the windswept courtyards of the stettiner bahnhof, a cohort of german refugees, part of 12,000,000 and 19,000,000 dispossessed in east prussia and silesia, sat in groups under a driving rain and told the story of their miserable pilgrimage, during which more than 25 died by the roadside and the remainder were so starved they scarcely had strength to walk.
what it says on the tin, how can we get poland to own farther pomerania with a point of divergence as late as possible but before 1618? Im in the middle of trying to figure out a way to create a more powerful poland with one idea being to give them a western border on the oder by having sigismund ii augustus turn down the idea of joachim ii being co-enfeoffed with the duchy of prussia.
Established as a province of the kingdom of prussia in 1815, an expansion of the older brandenburg-prussia province of pomerania, and then became part of the german empire in 1871.
Farther Pomerania Wikipedia
farther pomerania, further pomerania, or eastern pomerania (german hinterpommern, ostpommern), is the part of pomerania which comprised the eastern part of the duchy and later province of pomerania. It stretched roughly from the oder river in the west to pomerelia in the east. Since 1945, farther pomerania has been part of poland the bulk of former farther pomerania is within the west.
A prussian province on the baltic sea situated on both banks of the river oder, divided into hither pomerania (vorpommern), the western part of the province, and farther pomerania (hinterpommern), the eastern part. Its area is 11,628 square miles, and it contains 1,684,345 inhabitants. In the south-east pomerania is traversed by a range of low hills (highest point fourteen miles), otherwise it.
pomeranian voivodeship (polish pomorskie) is one of the sixteen provinces of poland. Situated in the north of the republic bordering the shore of the baltic sea, pomerania is often considered as one of the playgrounds of the country, complete with relaxed seaside towns, beaches, historic port cities, teutonic castles, and a rustic countryside.
The pomeranian evangelical church (german pommersche evangelische kirche pek) was a protestant regional church in the german state of mecklenburg-vorpommern, serving the citizens living in hither pomerania. The pomeranian evangelical church was based on the teachings brought forward by martin luther and other reformators during the reformation.