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We apologize for mistakes in translation. Log in Become a Member. Formerly used throughout Europe as a measure of capacity or barrel type also Oxhoved, Oxhufvud for beer, wine and liquor.
In the individual countries there were different volumes between and litres. This type of barrel was the precursor of the barrique.
Four Oxhofts resulted in the French Tonneau. The name is derived from "ox skin", as wine was also stored in leather wine skins in the past. The Oxhoft corresponds to the Anglo-American Hogshead.
See also under barrel types and hollow dimensions. You are using an old browser that may not function as expected. Both the Polish and then German name of the town, as well as various other names for it used in the past among them Oxsiua, Oxive, Okciua, Oxue, Oxivia, Oxiuia, Oxiwia, Oxiew and Oxivija stem from a Scandinavian word oxihoved meaning oxen head.
With time the area was settled by Slavs and became part of Pomerania. After the World War I , when Poland regained the area after more than years of partitions , the town of Oksywie became the first base of the Polish Navy.
It served this role until the outbreak of World War II. During the last stages of the war, the area yet again became a battlefield, this time between March 28 and April 5, , when the area of the Oksywie Heights became the last stand of the surrounded German forces in Pomerania.
Currently, the borough of Oksywie is notable as the seat of the Academy of the Polish Navy. However, after the region became part of the German Empire in during the unification of Germany , it was subjected to measures aimed at Germanization of Polish-speaking areas.
The Polish historian Andrzej Chwalba cites Germanization measures that included:. In the German census of , the population of West Prussia was put at 1,,, of whom around 64 percent listed their first language as German, 28 percent Polish and 7 percent Kashubian.
The region was invaded, then included in the Reichsgau Danzig-West Prussia within Nazi Germany during World War II and settled with , German colonists,  while between , and , Poles and Jews were removed by the Germans through expulsion , massacres, enslavement or killed in extermination camps.
All of the areas occupied by Nazis were restored to Poland according to the post-war Potsdam Agreement in , along with further neighbouring areas of former Nazi Germany and areas that had been part of Germany before.
The vast majority of the remaining German population of the region which had not fled before was subsequently expelled westward.
Many German civilians were deported to labor camps like Vorkuta in the Soviet Union , where a large number of them perished or were later reported missing.
Perhaps the earliest estimations on ethnic or national structure of West Prussia are from The population more than doubled during the next seven decades, reaching 1,, inhabitants including 1, foreigners in According to the German census of , in areas that became Polish after , 42 percent of the populace were Germans including German military, officials and colonists , while the Polish census of found 19 percent of Germans in the same territory.
Contemporary sources in late 19th and early 20th centuries gave the number of Kashubians between 80,—, Note: Prussian provinces were subdivided into districts called Kreise singular Kreis , abbreviated Kr.
Cities would have their own Stadtkreis urban district and the surrounding rural area would be named for the city, but referred to as a Landkreis rural district.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Province of Prussia. This article is about the former Prussian province.
For the subdivision of East Prussia, see Marienwerder region. German language. Polish language. Kashubian language. Würzburg: Holzner Verlag.
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