4 edition of economic-geographical foundations of the Upper Silesian question found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Wilhelm Volz.|
|LC Classifications||D651.S5 V614|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||a 22000403|
“If this is Upper Silesia, what on earth must Lower Silesia be like?” ― P.G. Wodehouse tags: , internment, nazis, poland, upper-silesia. Opole is a city on the Oder River (Odra) and the capital of the Upper Silesia, in the south of Poland It’s current population is just under , In the last census only 2% of the inhabitants declared themselves as German. Related content on Polish Poland: Images and information on the neighbouring town of Grodkow (Grottkau).
Carl Philipp Gottfried (or Gottlieb) von Clausewitz (/ ˈ k l aʊ z ə v ɪ t s /; 1 June – 16 November ) was a Prussian general and military theorist who stressed the "moral" (meaning, in modern terms, psychological) and political aspects of most notable work, Vom Kriege (On War), was unfinished at his witz was a realist in many different senses and, while in Rank: Major-general. “If this is Upper Silesia, what must Lower Silesia be like?” Interned in the drab town of Tost (now Toszek) during the Second World War, PG Wodehouse mocked the likely dullness of its Author: Boyd Tonkin.
Silesian or Upper Silesian is a West Slavic lect of the Lechitic group, spoken in Upper Silesia and partly in Czech Silesia. Its vocabulary has been significantly influenced by Central German due to the existence of numerous Silesian German speakers in the area prior to World War II and after. There is no consensus on the linguistic classification of Silesian. Some sources regard it as one of the four Ethnicity: Silesians. New Silesia had its capital at Siewierz. However, it was originally to be governed by the Silesian capital Breslau (Wrocław) and later largely administered by South Prussia. After the defeat of Prussia in the War of the Fourth Coalition in , the province was dissolved and the territory was made part of the Napoleonic Duchy of Warsaw in the Treaties of Tilsit of Capital: Siewierz (Sewerien).
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The economic-geographical foundations of the Upper Silesian question / By Wilhelm Theodor August Hermann Volz. Abstract. 5 maps graphy: p. Mode of access: Internet Topics: World War, Author: Wilhelm Theodor August Hermann Volz.
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries The Upper Silesian question and Germany's coal problem by Osborne, Sidney, Topics World War, -- Territorial questions Silesia, Upper (Poland and Czech Republic), Coal mines and mining -- Silesia, Upper (Poland and Czech Republic), Silesia, Upper Pages: the book opens with a reflection on the dynamics between language, ethnicity, and identity (13–24), which is then applied to an overview of the often tragic history of Upper Silesia in the 20th century, and the various demands placed from above on the region’s inhabitants in regard to their language and identity (25–90).
The analysis is. Full text of "Upper Silesia in its economic relation to Poland and Germany" See other formats D S5 P7 Copy 1 D i.S5 fl7 Copy 1 UPPER SILESIA IN ITS ECONOMIC RELATION TO POLAND AND GERMANY PUBLISHED BY THE American-Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry - 40 West Fortieth Street, New York FOREWORD In the preparation of this statement concerning the economic relations of Upper.
Upper Silesia is the southeastern part of the region of Silesia. In the 9th century, Upper Silesia had been part of Greater Moravia. It then came successively under control of the Duchy of Bohemia and the Piast Kingdom of Poland (c.
), the Holy Roman Empire (c. ), the Habsburg Monarchy (c. ), the Kingdom of Prussia (), and then of the German Empire (). texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
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Full text of "The Upper Silesian question and Germany's coal problem". Upper Silesia must fall to Germany, for at the Ple- biscite the unity of Upper Silesia resulted in a majority of a quarter of a million votes in favour of Germany. But the economical stand- point is more vital, for Upper Silesia must at all costs fulfil its collossal task in the world's economics and in.
At the end of the First World War, Upper Silesia was one of the richest mineral and industrial areas of Europe. For example, Upper Silesian coalfields accounted for 21% of German coal production.
It was a 4, square miles of territory which had formerly been ruled by the German Empire throughout modern history. Osborne, The Upper Silesian question and Germany's coal problem (), IA Social History E.
Caspari, The working classes of Upper-Silesia, an historical essay (), IA. World War Upper Silesia lay in the midst of dissolving empires; it con- tained a mixed German and Polish population, and it included a vital economic area of Central Europe.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Volz, Wilhelm. Economic-geographical foundations of the Upper Silesian question. Berlin: G. Stilke, Silesia got permanently split after when Friedrich the Great had wrenched away seven-eighths of this province from the Habsburgs' ownership.
The overwhelmingly Upper Silesian section of Silesia that remained with Vienna began to be known as Austrian Silesia, and the much larger one gained by Berlin as Prussian Silesia. Beginnings of industry in Upper Silesia Foreign capital in Silesia Silesia in numbers Current problems raw materials (coal, zinc, lead) first coal mines industrialization of the region closures of enterprises, unemployment, social conflicts, extinction of cities 92% of polish.
mails, 16 Western Army Eagles (Russia), 17–18 Upper Silesia Plebiscite Issues, 19 Heli-goland reprints, 20 Western Australia. Billig Otto E. Stiedl (text) & Fritz Billig (photo). Billig’s grosses Handbuch der Fälschungen. Published in Vienna in –8 in 44 small volumes (Lieferung) covering one country Size: KB.
to the voivodeship of Silesia introduced inwhich includes the so-called Upper Silesia). Kazim5iera Wódz, The Silesian Case. Silesian Identity in aRegion of thePolish State, [in:] Regional Identity & Diversity in Europe.
Experience in Wales, Silesia and Flanders, David M. Smith, ed. Enid Wistrich, Londonpp. 64– Upper Silesia is Number 40 in a series of more than studies produced by the section, most of which were published after the conclusion of the Paris Peace Conference.
Upper Silesia, also known as Oppeln, was one of three government districts in the Prussian province of Silesia, the others being Breslau and Liegnitz. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Luiza Bialasiewicz.
The Economic-Geographical Foundations of the Upper Silesian Question: De ekonomiskgeografiske underlæg for det øvreslesiske spørgsmaal: Festschrift der Industrie- und Handelskammer Breslau: The German element in the Upper-Silesian districts of Rybnik and Pless: in five maps. Defence of Upper Silesians [Zwi zek Obrony Górno O zaków, ZOG] which existed in Polish autonomous Silesian Voivodeship in the s and at the beginning of the s.
ZOG and its 4 Described more detailed here in Chapter II:Upper Silesia before Separateness of. Silesian Voivodeship (Polish: Śląskie) is one of the sixteen constituent provinces of d in the south of the republic, Silesia, known historically as Upper Silesia, contains a history steeped in the push and pull struggles of Europe's Germanic and Slavic powers for well over a thousand l: Katowice.
The Upper Silesia plebiscite was a plebiscite mandated by the Versailles Treaty and carried out on 20 March to determine a section of the border between Weimar Germany and Poland. The region was ethnically mixed with both Germans and Poles; according to prewar statistics, ethnic Poles formed 60 percent of the population.
Under the previous rule by the German Empire, Poles claimed they had .In the north, Upper Silesia borders on Greater Poland, and in the west on the Lower Silesian lands (the adjacent region around Wrocław also referred to as Middle Silesia).
It is currently split into a larger Polish and the smaller Czech Silesian part, which is located .Abstract: This paper deals with the question of the political representation of social interests in Upper Silesia, a highly industrialised region of Poland.
Such a question seems all the more acute and specific that the territorial level must be viewed as determinant in order to understand the representation of political interests in this region.