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East Prussia — is sometimes used to refer to the Duchy of Prussia (1525–1618) The Province of East Prussia (red), within the Kingdom of Prussia, within the German Empire, as of 1871 … Wikipedia
East Prussia — East Prussian. a former province in NE Germany: an enclave separated from Germany by the Polish Corridor; now divided between Poland and the Russian Federation. 14,283 sq. mi. (36,993 sq. km). Cap.: Königsberg. German, Ostpreussen. * * * German… … Universalium
East Prussia — former province of Prussia, in NE Germany, on the Baltic Sea, separated from the rest of Germany (1919 39) by the Polish Corridor: in 1945, it was divided between Poland and the U.S.S.R … English World dictionary
East Prussia — East′ Prus′sia n. geg a former province in NE Germany: separated from Germany by the Polish Corridor; now divided between Poland and the Russian Federation Cap.: Königsberg East′ Prus′sian, adj. n … From formal English to slang
East Prussia — geographical name region N Europe bordering on the Baltic E of Pomerania; formerly a province of Prussia; for a time (1919 39) separated from rest of Prussia by Polish Corridor; divided 1945 between Poland & Union of Soviet Socialist Republics… … New Collegiate Dictionary
East Prussia — former prov. of Prussia, NE Germany … Webster's Gazetteer
East Prussia — old name for western Poland along the Baltic … Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games
East Prussia — /ist ˈprʌʃə/ (say eest prushuh) noun a former province in north eastern Germany; until 1939 an exclave separated from Germany by the Polish Corridor; after World War II divided between Poland and the Soviet Union; Soviet section now forms the… … Australian English dictionary
Evacuation of East Prussia — Part of World War II … Wikipedia
Province of East Prussia — Infobox Former Subdivision native name = Provinz Ostpreußen conventional long name = Province of East Prussia common name = Province of East Prussia subdivision = Province nation = Prussia year start = 1773 event start = Established date start =… … Wikipedia