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  2. East Prussia - Wikipedia

    Toggle History as a province subsection 2.1Kingdom of Prussia 2.2Napoleonic Wars 2.3German Empire 2.4World War I 2.5Division after 1918 2.6Weimar Republic 2.7Nazi Germany 2.8World War II 2.9Evacuation of East Prussia 3History after partition and annexation Toggle History after partition and annexation subsection

  3. East Prussia | former province, Germany | Britannica

    East Prussia, German Ostpreussen, former German province bounded, between World Wars I and II, north by the Baltic Sea, east by Lithuania, and south and west by Poland and the free city of Danzig (now Gdańsk, Poland). After World War II its territory was divided between the Soviet Union and Poland.

  4. Kaliningrad - Wikipedia

    The Russian football club FC Baltika Kaliningrad is based in Kaliningrad and plays in the Russian Football National League. The home stadium is the Kaliningrad Stadium, built for the 2018 FIFA World Cup . During 2006 to 2013, the Dynamo-Yantar men's volleyball club played in the Russian men's volleyball Championship.

  5. Historical Record Collections • FamilySearch

    Search and explore over 2,000 historical record collections between 655 A.D. and today, gathered from around the world. ... Prussia, East Prussia, Königsberg, Index ...

  6. War of the Austrian Succession | Europe [1740–1748]

    What is known collectively as the War of the Austrian Succession began on Dec. 16, 1740, when Frederick II of Prussia invaded Silesia, one of the richest Habsburg provinces. His army defeated the Austrians at Mollwitz in April 1741 and overran Silesia.

  7. Baltiysk-Kaliningrad (Russia) cruise port schedule - CruiseMapper

    Kaliningrad (fka Konigsberg) is a Russian port city on the Baltic Sea, as well as the administrative center of the Russian territory Kaliningrad Oblast (located between Lithuania and Poland). The city has a population of around 430,000. As the East Prussian province's capital, Konigsberg was founded in 1255 and named in honor of King Ottokar II.

  8. Ernest, Count of Lippe-Biesterfeld - Wikipedia,_Count_of_Lippe-Bi...

    Countess Adelheid of Castell-Castell. Ernst, Count of Lippe-Biesterfeld ( Ernst Kasimir Friedrich Karl Eberhard; 9 June 1842 – 26 September 1904) was the head of the Lippe-Biesterfeld line of the House of Lippe. From 1897 until his death he was the regent of the Principality of Lippe .

  9. The new ter­ri­tory con­nected the Province of East Prus­sia (the ter­ri­tory pre­vi­ously known as the Duchy of Prus­sia) with the Province of Pomera­nia, unit­ing the king­dom's east­ern ter­ri­to­ries. After Fred­er­ick died in 1786, his nephew Fredrick William II con­tin­ued the par­ti­tions, gain­ing a large part of west­ern Poland in 1793.

  10. the question of the Kaliningrad Oblast - or North East-Prussia

    Undisclosed. Feb 24, 2023. #1. Since the early 1990s there has been a proposal for independence of the Kaliningrad Oblast from Russia and the formation of a "fourth Baltic state" by some of the local people. The Baltic Republican Party was founded on 1 December 1993 with the aim of founding an autonomous Baltic Republic.