Germany Provincial Boundaries, 1834, German Historical GIS
- HGIS Germany (Andreas Kunz, Leonhard Dietze), IEG-Maps / Berlin Data Pool (Andreas Kunz, Robert Moeschl), Institut fur Europaische Geschichte (Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany), and Fachhochschule Mainz (Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)
These polygons represent 8 provinces existing in the sovereign states of the German Confederation (the Deutscher Bund) in 1834, which were located within the (future) boundaries of the German Empire that would be founded in 1871 ('core Germany'). Since in 1834 only Prussia used provinces as administrative units, the provincial dataset as a layer likewise represents the territorial extension of the Kingdom of Prussia in 1820. There are no changes at the provincial level as compared to 1830.
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- Germany, German Confederation, Central Europe, Germany, Poland, Kaliningrad Oblast, Belgium, Czech Republic, and Lithuania
- Political Divisions, sovereign states, boundaries, Boundaries, Administrative and political divisions, and Population Statistics
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