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Saturday, August 17th 2013, 3:45am

Germany - Gazetteer

Repository for general information concerning the geographical makeup, social statistics and physical features of Germany not covered by other subjects.


Saturday, August 17th 2013, 3:49am


The Moldauhafen is a 30,000 square metre area of the port of Hamburg that has been designated for the exclusive use of the Czechoslovak Republic for the movement of goods destined for that nation or goods being sent abroad by that nation. It was established in 1929 through an agreement between the German and Czechoslovak Governments by which the designated area was leased to Czechoslovakia pursuant to the Treaty of Versailles which provided:

Article 363 - In the ports of Hamburg and Stettin Germany shall lease to the Czechoslovak State, for a period of 99 years, areas which shall be placed under the general regime of free zones and shall be used for the direct transit of goods coming from or going to that State.

Article 364 - The delimitation of these areas, and their equipment, their exploitation, and in general all conditions for their utilisation, including the amount of the rental, shall be decided by a Commission consisting of one delegate of Germany, one delegate of the Czechoslovak State and one delegate of Great Britain. These conditions shall be susceptible of revision every ten years in the same manner. Germany declares in advance that she will adhere to the decisions so taken.

The port facilities in question allow the unimpeded flow of goods to and from Czechoslovakia via the Moldau, Elbe and Oder rivers. A similar facility exists in the port of Stettin.


Saturday, August 17th 2013, 11:04pm

The Province of Saxony


Sunday, August 18th 2013, 1:59am

Population Data

The information presented has been extrapolated from the Population Page of the Tacitus Historical Atlas with allowance for the difference in borders between historical Germany and Wesworld Germany. A one percent annual growth rate has been presumed.


Sunday, August 18th 2013, 11:12pm

The Province of Silesia


Monday, August 19th 2013, 4:11am

The Province of Pomerania


Tuesday, August 20th 2013, 3:34am

The Province of Brandenburg


Wednesday, August 21st 2013, 9:08pm

The Province of Mecklenburg


Thursday, August 22nd 2013, 8:35pm

The Province of Westphalia


Friday, August 23rd 2013, 11:41pm

The Province of Thuringia


Saturday, August 24th 2013, 2:00am

The Province of Saxony-Anhalt


Sunday, August 25th 2013, 3:37am

The Province of Hesse


Sunday, August 25th 2013, 4:26pm

The Province of Lower Saxony


Monday, August 26th 2013, 4:27am

The Province of Schleswig-Holstein


Monday, August 26th 2013, 7:09pm

The Province of Rheinland-Pfalz


Tuesday, August 27th 2013, 5:24pm

The Province of Bavaria


Tuesday, August 27th 2013, 9:19pm

The Province of Saarland


Wednesday, August 28th 2013, 1:51am

The Province of Baden-Württemberg


Thursday, August 29th 2013, 1:00am

The Province of Hamburg


Thursday, August 29th 2013, 1:38pm

The Province of Bremen