Countries that the Region has historic or territorial links.Albania Austria Belarus Belgium Bosnia-Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Denmark England Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Lithuania Luxemburg Moldova Montenegro Netherlands Northern Ireland Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Scotland Serbia Slovakia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine Uncategorized United Kingdom Wales
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Daily Archives: May 27, 2013
BAYEUX Episcopal city in western (Lower) Normandy, the diocese belonging to the province of Rouen. Since 1790 its territory has been the Department of Calvados. The pays around it is the BESSIN.
BAYERN Bavaria. The eastern Land of southern Germany is divided into seven Regierungsbezirke (administrative regions). Niederbayern (in the southeast) and Oberbayern (in the south) (i.e. Lower and Upper Bavaria) represent, broadly speaking, the reunited Duchy in the early 16th century. … Continue reading
BAYERISCHE OSTMARK Nazi Party Gau in Bavaria, bordering on Austria and Czechoslovakia. It extended from Niederbayern in the south through Oberpfalz to Oberfranken, and when Czechoslovakia ceded its border districts to Germany after the Munich Agreement in October 1938 those … Continue reading