La province de Poméranie (en allemand : Provinz Pommern) est une ancienne province (1815-1945) du Royaume de Prusse (1815-1918), puis de l'État libre de Prusse (1919-1945).Elle s'étendait sur une superficie de 30 120, 5 km2.

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  • La province de Poméranie (en allemand : Provinz Pommern) est une ancienne province (1815-1945) du Royaume de Prusse (1815-1918), puis de l'État libre de Prusse (1919-1945).Elle s'étendait sur une superficie de 30 120, 5 km2.
  • Pommeren (Duits Provinz Pommern) was van 1653 tot 1815 en van 1815 tot 1945 een provincie van Brandenburg-Pruisen het latere Koninkrijk Pruisen en sinds 1919 de Vrijstaat Pruisen. Na de Dertigjarige Oorlog en de Vrede van Westfalen werden in 1657 Lauenburg, Bütow aan Pommeren toegevoegd. Zij waren oorspronkelijk Pommers maar in 1480 onder Pools gezag gekomen. Ook de districten Schivelbein en Dramburg, behorende tot de Brandenburgse Neumark werden toen bij Pommeren gevoegd. Na de Tweede Wereldoorlog werd Pommeren verdeeld tussen Duitsland en Polen.
  • La Provincia de Pomerania (en alemán: Provinz Pommern) fue una provincia del reino de Prusia y del Estado Libre de Prusia desde 1815 hasta 1945. En adelante sus territorios se convirtieron en parte de la Alemania ocupada y Polonia.
  • La Provincia della Pomerania (in tedesco: Provinz Pommern) fu una provincia del Regno di Prussia e dello Stato Libero di Prussia dal 1815 fino al 1946.
  • Prowincja Pomorze (niem. Provinz Pommern) – prowincja państwa pruskiego, a potem zjednoczonych w XIX w. Niemiec (do 1945 r.). Stolicą prowincji był Szczecin, a przejściowo w okresie 1808-1814 Stargard. W 1939 roku prowincja miała powierzchnię 38 401 km² i liczyła 2 405 021 mieszkańców.
  • The Province of Pomerania (German: Provinz Pommern) was a province of the Kingdom of Prussia and the Free State of Prussia from 1815 until 1945. Afterwards, its territory became part of Allied-occupied Germany and Poland.The name Pomerania comes from Slavic po more, which means Land at the Sea.The province was created from the former Prussian Province of Pomerania, which consisted of Farther Pomerania and the southern Western Pomerania, and former Swedish Pomerania. It resembled the territory of the former Duchy of Pomerania, which after the Peace of Westphalia in 1648 had been split between Brandenburg-Prussia and Sweden. Also, the districts of Schivelbein and Dramburg, formerly belonging to the Neumark, were merged into the new province.While in the Kingdom of Prussia, the province was heavily influenced by the reforms of Karl August von Hardenberg and Otto von Bismarck. The Industrial Revolution had an impact primarily on the Stettin area and the infrastructure, while most of the province retained a rural and agricultural character. From 1850, the net migration rate was negative; Pomeranians emigrated primarily to Berlin, the West German industrial regions and overseas.After World War I, democracy and the women's right to vote were introduced to the province. After Wilhelm II's abdication, it was part of the Free State of Prussia. The economic situation worsened due to the consequences of World War I and worldwide recession. As in the previous Kingdom of Prussia, Pomerania was a stronghold of the nationalist conservatives who continued in the Weimar Republic.In 1933, the Nazis established a totalitarian regime, concentrating the province's administration in the hands of their gauleiter, and implementing gleichschaltung. The German invasion of Poland in 1939 was launched in part from Pomeranian soil. Jewish and Polish populations (whose minorities lived in the region) were classified as "subhuman" by the German state during the war and subjected to repressions, slave work and executions. Opponents were arrested and executed; Jews who by 1940 had not emigrated were all deported to the Lublin reservation.Besides the air raids conducted since 1943, World War II reached the province in early 1945 with the East Pomeranian Offensive and the Battle of Berlin, both launched and won by the Soviet Union's Red Army. Insufficient evacuation left the population subject to murder, war rape, and plunder by the successors.When the war was over, the Oder-Neisse Line cut the province in two unequal parts. The smaller western part became part of the East German State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The larger eastern part was attached to post-war Poland as Szczecin Voivodship. After the war, ethnic Germans were expelled from Poland and the area was re-settled with Poles. Currently, most of the territory of the province lies within the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, which share the same city-–now Szczecin-–as its capital.Until 1932, the province was subdivided into the government regions (Regierungsbezirk) Köslin (eastern part, Farther Pomerania), Stettin (southwestern part, Old Western Pomerania), and Stralsund (northwestern part, Neuvorpommern). The Stralsund region was merged into the Stettin region in 1932. In 1938, Grenzmark Posen-Westpreußen (southeastern part, created from the former Prussian Province Grenzmark Posen-Westpreußen) was merged into the province. The provincial capital was Stettin (now Szczecin), the Regierungsbezirk capitals were Köslin (now Koszalin), Stettin, Stralsund and Schneidemühl (now Pila), respectively.In 1905 the Province of Pomerania had 1,684,326 inhabitants, among them 1,616,550 Protestants, 50,206 Catholics, and 9,660 Jews. There lived 14,162 inhabitants (1900) the native language of whom was Polish (at the border to West Prussia), and 310 (at the Lake Leba and at the Lake Garde) whose native language was Kashubian. The area of the province amounted to 30,120 square kilometers. In 1925, the province had an area of 30,208 square kilometers, with a population of 1,878,780 inhabitants.
  • Провинция Померания (нем. Provinz Pommern) — провинция королевства Пруссия и Свободного государства Пруссия, существовавшая с 1815 по 1945 годы.
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  • La province de Poméranie (en allemand : Provinz Pommern) est une ancienne province (1815-1945) du Royaume de Prusse (1815-1918), puis de l'État libre de Prusse (1919-1945).Elle s'étendait sur une superficie de 30 120, 5 km2.
  • La Provincia de Pomerania (en alemán: Provinz Pommern) fue una provincia del reino de Prusia y del Estado Libre de Prusia desde 1815 hasta 1945. En adelante sus territorios se convirtieron en parte de la Alemania ocupada y Polonia.
  • La Provincia della Pomerania (in tedesco: Provinz Pommern) fu una provincia del Regno di Prussia e dello Stato Libero di Prussia dal 1815 fino al 1946.
  • Prowincja Pomorze (niem. Provinz Pommern) – prowincja państwa pruskiego, a potem zjednoczonych w XIX w. Niemiec (do 1945 r.). Stolicą prowincji był Szczecin, a przejściowo w okresie 1808-1814 Stargard. W 1939 roku prowincja miała powierzchnię 38 401 km² i liczyła 2 405 021 mieszkańców.
  • Провинция Померания (нем. Provinz Pommern) — провинция королевства Пруссия и Свободного государства Пруссия, существовавшая с 1815 по 1945 годы.
  • Pommeren (Duits Provinz Pommern) was van 1653 tot 1815 en van 1815 tot 1945 een provincie van Brandenburg-Pruisen het latere Koninkrijk Pruisen en sinds 1919 de Vrijstaat Pruisen. Na de Dertigjarige Oorlog en de Vrede van Westfalen werden in 1657 Lauenburg, Bütow aan Pommeren toegevoegd. Zij waren oorspronkelijk Pommers maar in 1480 onder Pools gezag gekomen. Ook de districten Schivelbein en Dramburg, behorende tot de Brandenburgse Neumark werden toen bij Pommeren gevoegd.
  • The Province of Pomerania (German: Provinz Pommern) was a province of the Kingdom of Prussia and the Free State of Prussia from 1815 until 1945. Afterwards, its territory became part of Allied-occupied Germany and Poland.The name Pomerania comes from Slavic po more, which means Land at the Sea.The province was created from the former Prussian Province of Pomerania, which consisted of Farther Pomerania and the southern Western Pomerania, and former Swedish Pomerania.
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  • Province of Pomerania (1815–1945)
  • Provincia de Pomerania (1815–1945)
  • Provincia della Pomerania (1815-1946)
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  • Померания (прусская провинция)
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