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Gdańsk (Poland)

LC control no.n 80004524
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingGdańsk (Poland)
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Geographic subdivision usagePoland--Gdańsk
Variant(s)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)
See alsoDanzig (Germany)
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Associated countryPoland
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Old catalog heading: Gdańsk, Poland.
Found inLewald, H. Danzig, so wie es war, 1974.
Stern, E. Yehude Dantsig, 1840-1943, 1982 or 1983, c1983 (subj.) p. 4 of cover (Gedansḳ)
Ribaḳ, Raḥel Shpringman. Limonim metuḳim, 2004: p. 6 (Dantsig)
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 54°21ʹ00ʺN 018°40ʹ00ʺE)
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)
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)
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)
Geographic area codee-pl---