[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Re: Volhynia and Russian Poland

Jerry Frank franklyspeaking at shaw.ca
Thu Feb 19 06:35:37 PST 2004

This is a really good, colourful, and interactive map.  However, it leaves 
out the border changes that took place with the invasion of Napoleon and 
his subsequent defeat.

The last map for 1763-1918 leaves Poland with the appearance that Warsaw 
and Lodz are in Prussia.  Although the text mentions the  1806 changes, the 
map does not show them.  It therefore does not represent what Russian 
Poland looked like after 1815.

At 01:06 AM 17/02/2004 +0100, Gerhard Kvnig wrote:
>Hallo Miles,
>about the borders of Poland you can read this intresting
>websites (written in German):
>You can change the maps with the left buttons:
>1000-1763; 1763-1918; 1918-1945; 1945-2002

Jerry Frank - Calgary, Alberta
FranklySpeaking at shaw.ca  

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