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Gdańsk (Poland)


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    • Gedansḳ (Poland)
    • Dantsig (Poland)
    • Danzig (Poland)
    • Gduńsk (Poland)
    • Dantsic (Poland)
    • Qdansk (Poland)
    • Горад Гданьск (Poland)
    • Horad Hdanʹsk (Poland)
    • Гданьск (Poland)
    • Hdanʹsk (Poland)
    • Гданск (Poland)
    • Данциг (Poland)
    • Γκντανσκ (Poland)
    • Gkntansk (Poland)
    • Gdanjsk (Poland)
    • Danzica (Poland)
    • גדנסק (Poland)
    • דאנציג (Poland)
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    • found: Lewald, H. Danzig, so wie es war, 1974.
    • found: Stern, E. Yehude Dantsig, 1840-1943, 1982 or 1983, c1983 (subj.)p. 4 of cover (Gedansḳ)
    • found: Ribaḳ, Raḥel Shpringman. Limonim metuḳim, 2004:p. 6 (Dantsig)
    • found: GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009(ppl; 54°21ʹ00ʺN 018°40ʹ00ʺE)
    • found: The Columbia gaz. of the world, c1998(Danzig, Poland: see Gdańsk; Gdańsk or Danzig, city, capital of Gdańsk prov., N Poland; 54°21ʹN 18°40ʹE; annexed to Germany from Sept. 1, 1939 until its fall to the Soviet Army early in 1945. The Allies returned the city to Poland, which restored the name Gdańsk)
    • found: Wikipedia, March 20, 2013(Gdańsk (Kashubian: Gduńsk; German: Danzig) is a Polish city on the Baltic coast, the capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship; 54°22ʹN 18°38ʹE; Throughout its history the city has been part of: 997-1308: Kingdom of Poland; 1227-1294: Duchy of Pomerelia; 1294-1308: Kingdom of Poland; 1308-1454: Teutonic Order; 1454-1466: Thirteen Years' War; 1466-1569: Kingdom of Poland; 1569-1793: Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; 1793-1807: Prussia; 1807-1814: Free City of Danzig; 1815-1871: Prussia; 1871-1918: German Empire; 1918-1920: Weimar Germany;1920-1939: Free City of Danzig; 1939-1945: Nazi Germany; 1945-1952: Republic of Poland; 1952-1989: Polish People's Republic; 1989-present: Republic of Poland)
    • found: Wikipedia, March 20, 2013:Anglo-Saxon page (Dantsic) Azerbaijani page (Qdansk [in rom.]) Belarusian page (Горад Гданьск = Horad Hdanʹsk; Гданьск = Hdanʹsk) Bulgarian page (Гданск = Gdansk; Данциг = Dant︠s︡ig) Greek page (Γκντανσκ = Gkntansk) Croatian page (Gdanjsk) Italian page (Danzica) Hebrew page (גדנסק = Gdansḳ) Yiddish page (דאנציג = Dantsig)
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    • [Old catalog heading: Gdańsk, Poland.]
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    • 1980-02-12: new
    • 2015-08-17: revised
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