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Thuringia (Germany)

LC control no.n 82255658
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingThuringia (Germany)
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Geographic subdivision usageGermany--Thuringia
Variant(s)Free State of Thuringia (Germany)
Freistaat Thüringen (Germany)
Thuringe (Germany)
Thüringen (Germany)
Land Thüringen (Germany)
See alsoErfurt (Germany : Bezirk)
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Gera (Germany : Bezirk)
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Suhl (Germany : Bezirk)
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Special noteHeading valid for the Land, 1920-1952, 1991-
Old catalog heading: Thuringia
Found inBrockh. Enzyk. v. 18, p. 667 (Thüringen; founded 1920 as a merger of 7 small German states; dissolved in 1952 & split into the districts of Erfurt, Gera and Suhl)
LC data base, 2-14-84 (hdg.: Thuringia; usage: Thüringen)
Enc. Brit., c1978 (Thuringia, German form Thüringen; historic region of Germany; existed as a Land 1920-1952)
Colliers Enc. (Thuringia; German form Thüringen)
Enc. Americana (Thuringia; German form Thüringen)
Beschet, P. Mission en Thuringe, c1989: t.p. (Thuringe)
BGN approved 1/15/91 (Thüringen [brief], Land, ADMI 50°55ʹN, 11°00ʹE; Bezirks Erfurt, Gera, and Suhl deleted)
GEOnet, Nov. 5, 2003 (Thüringen [short form], Land--ADM1, 50°55ʹN 11°00ʹE, variant: Thüringen, Freistaat; GM15)
Col gaz. of the world, Nov. 5, 2003 (Thuringia; in 1952 the state was abolished as an administrative unit, but it was reintegrated as a federal state in Oct. 1990; during the Communist era, Thuringia was split into the dists. of Erfurt, Suhl, and Gera)
GEOnet, viewed March 9, 2015 (Thuringia [conventional]; Free State of Thuringia [conventional]; Thuringia [short]; Thüringen [approved]; Freistaat Thüringen [approved]; ADM1 in Germany, 50°55ʹN, 011°00ʹE; variant: Land Thüringen)
Not found inBGN gaz., East Germany, 1983 (Thüringen [German form]; Thuringia [conventional]; RGN; 51°00ʹN, 13°23ʹE)
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