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- Potsdam is the capital city of the state of Brandenburg in Germany.
- Potsdam was probably founded in the 10th century as a Slavic village called "Poztupimi", centred on a castle.
- Potsdam was historically a centre of European immigration.
- Potsdam was severely damaged in bombing raids during World War II.
- Potsdam is divided into 7 historic city districts and 9 new Ortsteile (village parts), which joined the city in 2003.
- Potsdam has the smallest market potential among state capitals with 1.2 billion euros.
- It is situated on the river Havel, 17 km northwest of Potsdam, and 40 km west of Berlin.
- On 21 March the new Reichstag was constituted with an opening ceremony held at Potsdam's garrison church.
- All of the region was granted to Poland according to the post-war Potsdam Agreement in 1945.
- According to the post-war Potsdam Agreement, the city was placed under Polish administration and renamed Koszalin.
- Montessori Gesamtschule Potsdam, located in western Potsdam, attracts 400 students from all around Brandenburg and Berlin.
- There are many ideas and efforts to reconstruct the original appearance of the city, most remarkably the Potsdam City Palace and the Garrison Church.
- The Japanese government also accepted the terms set by the Potsdam Declaration (1945) after the end of the war.
- The conference ended with the Potsdam Agreement and the Potsdam Declaration.
- Officially, both the western Allies and the Communists committed to maintaining a unified Germany after the war in the Potsdam Agreement, at least on paper.
- These Soviet gains were ratified by the Western Allies at the Tehran conference, the Yalta conference and the Potsdam conference.
- The retail market regions surrounding other state capitals such as Wiesbaden and Potsdam are considerably smaller in comparison.
- Among the provisions of the Potsdam Conference was a section that provided for the "orderly transfer of German populations".
- After the Thirty Years' War (1618 - 1648), Potsdam had lost nearly half of its population.
- Upper Silesia Germany's second largest center of mining and industry had at the Potsdam Conference been handed over to Poland and its population expelled.
- It is situated 38 km west of Berlin (centre), and 26 km northwest of Potsdam.
- Students are also free to take classes at nearby Clarkson University and SUNY Potsdam.
- The participants at the Potsdam Conference asserted that expulsions were the only way to prevent ethnic violence.
- Its frontier with Poland on the Oder-Neisse line, agreed at the POTSDAM CONFERENCE, was confirmed by the Treaty of Zgorzelec in 1950.
- At the end of the war, Austria and Vienna was divided into 4 zones of occupation, following the terms of the Potsdam Conference.
- There are many parks in Potsdam, most of them included in UNESCO World Heritage sites.
- On Day 3, while still based at a hotel in Berlin, take the S-Bahn to the baroque town of Potsdam on the Havel River.
- On the day following the musical evening, a royal procession made its way around Potsdam, as Bach was invited to play on all the city's organs.
- Clarkson University is a private university located in rural Potsdam, New York.
- It was declared fully sovereign in 1954, but Soviet troops remained on grounds of the four-power Potsdam agreement.
- Mirko Paetzold (born April 9, 1976 in Potsdam) is a German bobsleder who has competed since 1998.
- Despite the changing climate of opinion in Japan, the Japanese did not immediately accept the terms of the Potsdam Declaration.
- The University of Potsdam was founded in 1991 as a university of the State of Brandenburg.
- As well as universities, Potsdam is home to reputable secondary schools.
- The Potsdam Conference and the Potsdam Agreement of 1945, signed by Truman, Churchill and Stalin, determined Germany's and Europe's post-war history.
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- After German reunification, Potsdam became the capital of the newly re-established state of Brandenburg.
- After the German reunification Potsdam became the capital of the newly re-established state of Brandenburg.
- France did not participate in the Potsdam Conference, so it felt free to approve some of the Potsdam Agreements and dismiss others.
- Parade of SA troops past Hitler – Nuremberg, November 1935 "Day of Potsdam" and the Enabling Act This section does not cite any references or sources.
- Clarkson applauds the valuable contribution fraternity and sorority life has made to the students, the University and the town of Potsdam.
- Martin Schwarzschild is an American astronomer born in Potsdam, Germany, on May 31,1912, the son of the astronomer and mathematician, Karl Schwarzschild.
- Frederick II had even welcomed Voltaire in Potsdam when the famous writer had run into trouble with the dévot party in France.
- Frederick is buried at his favorite residence, Sanssouci in Potsdam.
- Kevin Kuske (born 4 January 1979 in Potsdam) is a German bobsledder who competed has competed since 1999.
- However, the attraction which draws most visitors to Potsdam is Park Sanssouci, 2km west of the city center.
- The city center of Potsdam and Berlin is easily accessible by public transports.
- Potsdam has had a mayor (Bürgermeister) and city council since the fifteenth century.
- On July 26, Truman issued the Potsdam Declaration, which called for Japan's unconditional surrender and listed peace terms.
- At noon Japan standard time, Emperor Hirohito's announcement of Japan's acceptance of the Potsdam Declaration was broadcast to the Japanese people.
- The attraction that draws most visitors to Potsdam is Park Sanssouci, 2 km west of the city centre.
- The most popular attraction in Potsdam is Park Sanssouci, 2 km west of the city centre.
- The site contains two palaces; one of them, the Palace Cecilienhof, was where the Potsdam Conference was held in July and August, 1945.
- July 5 – A council is held at Potsdam.
- Grabovski was born in Potsdam, East Germany where his dad worked in construction.
- Craig Conroy (born September 4, 1971, in Potsdam, New York) is an American professional ice hockey player who plays for the Calgary Flames.
- The House of Brandenburg and Prussian History and the Potsdam Museum provide insights into the history of Prussia and Potsdam.
- Along with almost all of Lower Silesia, the city became part of Poland under the terms of the Potsdam Conference.
- At the Yalta and the Potsdam conferences, Danzig was ceded to Poland, along with most of Pomerania and Silesia and southern East Prussia.
- The town was granted to Poland according to the Potsdam Conference and German-speaking citizens were expelled.
- After the borders were redrawn under the Potsdam Agreement reached at the end of World War II, Torun is now located close to the geographic centre of Poland.
- After the defeat of Germany in World War II in 1945, the Potsdam Conference placed most of Pomerania under Polish administration.
- The city was badly damaged by bombing in World War II (1939-1945) and rebuilt only recently; in 1945 it was the site of the Potsdam Conference.
- Gigolo Aunts is an alternative rock band formed in 1981 in Potsdam, New York as Sniper.
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