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Galicia-Lodomeria (Kingdom)

LC control no.n 86137285
Geographic headingGalicia-Lodomeria (Kingdom)
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Variant(s)Galit︠s︡īi︠a︡ (Kingdom)
Galizien-Lodomerien (Kingdom)
Königreich Galizien-Lodomerien
Korolevstvo Galit︠s︡īi i Volodimirīi
Königreich Galizien & Lodomerien
Königreich Galizien und Lodomerien
Korolivstvo Halychyny i Lodomeriï
Galicya-Lodomerya (Kingdom)
Korolivstvo Halychyny
Königreich von Galizien-Lodomerien
Halychyna (Kingdom)
Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria
Królestwo Galicyi y Lodomeri
Galicja (Kingdom)
Galicia et Lodomeria (Kingdom)
Królestwo Galicji i Lodomerji
Austrian Ruthenia (Kingdom)
Special noteSUBJECT USAGE: This heading is not valid for use as a subject. Works about this place are entered under the subject heading Galicia (Poland and Ukraine)
Includes the Old catalog headings: Galicia and Galicia, Austria
Found inDie Revolutionsjahre 1848/49 im Königreich Galizien-Lodomerien (einschl. Bukowina), 1983: p. 11 (created after the partition of Poland in 1772)
Russian Brockhaus: v. 7, p. 902, etc. (Galit︠s︡īi︠a︡, a province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire known under the name of Korolevstvo Galit︠s︡īi i Volodimirīi (Königr. Galizien & Lodomerien), and also included the Velikoe kni︠a︡zhestvo Krakovskoe, and part of T︠S︡isleĭtanīi︠a︡)
Ukr. rad. ent︠s︡ykl.: v. 2, p. 462-463 (Halychyna, an historical territory which included part of Western Ukraine and Polish lands, that from the end of the 18th century to 1918 was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Korolivstvo Halychyny i Lodomeriï; Korolivstvo Halychyny; the name which was adpoted by the Hapsburg administration referring to Halychyna after the Polish partition of 1772 by Austria. The name existed until the Austro-Hungarian Empire dissolved in 1918)
Encyc. of Ukraine: v. 2, p. 3-13 (Galicia (Ukrainian: Halychyna). A historical region in southwestern Ukraine. It was under Austrian rule from 1772 to 1918. The Galician territories underwent several historical changes, including the Princely era, the Polish era, and the Austrian era. Austria laid claim to Galicia on the grounds that Empress Maria Theresa was also the queen of Hungary, which had occupied the Principality of Galicia-Volhynia in medieval times. The Austrian province, called the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria was an artificial union of ethnic Ukrainian lands and Polish lands)
Brockhaus, 1930 ed. (under Galizien: after 1st Polish partition in 1772 Galicia became known as Königreich von Galizien-Lodomerien of Austria; in 1809 Austria ceded territory of the kingdom to the Duchy of Warsaw and to Russia; after the nationalistic rev. of 1848 the remaining territory of Galicia became a crownland of the Austrio-Hung. Emp.)
LC PreMARC file (hdgs.: Galicia and Galicia, Austria: usage: Königreich Galizien und Lodomerien; Galicia; Austrian Ruthenia)
Encykl. Powszechna: v. 3, p. 734-735 (Galicja, the name of the region annexed by Austria from Poland in 1772 and lasting until Nov. 1918. The region's official name in Polish was Królestwo Galicji i Lodomerji)
Its Rozkazy y ustawy powszechne Królestwom Galicyi y Lodomeri, 11 wrzes. 1772: t.p. (... Galicyi y Lodomeryi; Galiciae et Lodomeriae)
Not found inEncycl. Brit. (Galicia); Col. Lipp. (Galicia, until 1919 Austrio-Hungarian crownland)