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STATE CAPITALS
RIVER HAVEL
GARRISON CHURCH
POST-WAR POTSDAM AGREEMENT
MONTESSORI GESAMTSCHULE POTSDAM
POTSDAM CITY PALACE
POTSDAM DECLARATION
POTSDAM AGREEMENT
POTSDAM CONFERENCE
COMPARISON
SECTION
POPULATION
CENTRE
STUDENTS
WAY
TREATY
TERMS
PARKS
DAY
YORK
GROUNDS
APRIL
JAPANESE
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITIES
CHURCHILL
FREE DICTIONARY
CAPITAL
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ENABLING ACT
TOWN
SON
FREDERICK
GERMAN BOBSLEDDER
CITY CENTER
FIFTEENTH CENTURY
JULY 26
JAPANESE PEOPLE
KM WEST
JULY
EAST GERMANY
CRAIG CONROY
PRUSSIA
POLAND
WORLD WAR
SNIPER
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Definitions

  1. Potsdam is the capital city of the state of Brandenburg in Germany. (Web site)
  2. Potsdam was probably founded in the 10th century as a Slavic village called "Poztupimi", centred on a castle. (Web site)
  3. Potsdam was historically a centre of European immigration. (Web site)
  4. Potsdam was severely damaged in bombing raids during World War II.
  5. Potsdam is divided into 7 historic city districts and 9 new Ortsteile (village parts), which joined the city in 2003. (Web site)

State Capitals

  1. Potsdam has the smallest market potential among state capitals with 1.2 billion euros. (Web site)

River Havel

  1. It is situated on the river Havel, 17 km northwest of Potsdam, and 40 km west of Berlin.

Garrison Church

  1. On 21 March the new Reichstag was constituted with an opening ceremony held at Potsdam's garrison church. (Web site)

Post-War Potsdam Agreement

  1. All of the region was granted to Poland according to the post-war Potsdam Agreement in 1945. (Web site)
  2. According to the post-war Potsdam Agreement, the city was placed under Polish administration and renamed Koszalin. (Web site)

Montessori Gesamtschule Potsdam

  1. Montessori Gesamtschule Potsdam, located in western Potsdam, attracts 400 students from all around Brandenburg and Berlin. (Web site)

Potsdam City Palace

  1. There are many ideas and efforts to reconstruct the original appearance of the city, most remarkably the Potsdam City Palace and the Garrison Church.

Potsdam Declaration

  1. The Japanese government also accepted the terms set by the Potsdam Declaration (1945) after the end of the war.

Potsdam Agreement

  1. The conference ended with the Potsdam Agreement and the Potsdam Declaration.
  2. 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.

Potsdam Conference

  1. These Soviet gains were ratified by the Western Allies at the Tehran conference, the Yalta conference and the Potsdam conference.

Comparison

  1. The retail market regions surrounding other state capitals such as Wiesbaden and Potsdam are considerably smaller in comparison. (Web site)

Section

  1. Among the provisions of the Potsdam Conference was a section that provided for the "orderly transfer of German populations". (Web site)

Population

  1. After the Thirty Years' War (1618 - 1648), Potsdam had lost nearly half of its population.
  2. 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.

Centre

  1. It is situated 38 km west of Berlin (centre), and 26 km northwest of Potsdam. (Web site)

Students

  1. Students are also free to take classes at nearby Clarkson University and SUNY Potsdam. (Web site)

Way

  1. The participants at the Potsdam Conference asserted that expulsions were the only way to prevent ethnic violence.

Treaty

  1. Its frontier with Poland on the Oder-Neisse line, agreed at the POTSDAM CONFERENCE, was confirmed by the Treaty of Zgorzelec in 1950. (Web site)

Terms

  1. At the end of the war, Austria and Vienna was divided into 4 zones of occupation, following the terms of the Potsdam Conference.

Parks

  1. There are many parks in Potsdam, most of them included in UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Day

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)

York

  1. Clarkson University is a private university located in rural Potsdam, New York. (Web site)

Grounds

  1. It was declared fully sovereign in 1954, but Soviet troops remained on grounds of the four-power Potsdam agreement.

April

  1. Mirko Paetzold (born April 9, 1976 in Potsdam) is a German bobsleder who has competed since 1998.

Japanese

  1. Despite the changing climate of opinion in Japan, the Japanese did not immediately accept the terms of the Potsdam Declaration.

University

  1. The University of Potsdam was founded in 1991 as a university of the State of Brandenburg.

Universities

  1. As well as universities, Potsdam is home to reputable secondary schools.

Churchill

  1. The Potsdam Conference and the Potsdam Agreement of 1945, signed by Truman, Churchill and Stalin, determined Germany's and Europe's post-war history.

Free Dictionary

  1. External links Look up potsdam in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Capital

  1. After German reunification, Potsdam became the capital of the newly re-established state of Brandenburg.
  2. After the German reunification Potsdam became the capital of the newly re-established state of Brandenburg. (Web site)

France

  1. France did not participate in the Potsdam Conference, so it felt free to approve some of the Potsdam Agreements and dismiss others.

Enabling Act

  1. 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.

Town

  1. Clarkson applauds the valuable contribution fraternity and sorority life has made to the students, the University and the town of Potsdam. (Web site)

Son

  1. Martin Schwarzschild is an American astronomer born in Potsdam, Germany, on May 31,1912, the son of the astronomer and mathematician, Karl Schwarzschild.

Frederick

  1. Frederick II had even welcomed Voltaire in Potsdam when the famous writer had run into trouble with the dévot party in France. (Web site)
  2. Frederick is buried at his favorite residence, Sanssouci in Potsdam.

German Bobsledder

  1. Kevin Kuske (born 4 January 1979 in Potsdam) is a German bobsledder who competed has competed since 1999. (Web site)

City Center

  1. However, the attraction which draws most visitors to Potsdam is Park Sanssouci, 2km west of the city center. (Web site)
  2. The city center of Potsdam and Berlin is easily accessible by public transports.

Fifteenth Century

  1. Potsdam has had a mayor (Bürgermeister) and city council since the fifteenth century.

July 26

  1. On July 26, Truman issued the Potsdam Declaration, which called for Japan's unconditional surrender and listed peace terms.

Japanese People

  1. At noon Japan standard time, Emperor Hirohito's announcement of Japan's acceptance of the Potsdam Declaration was broadcast to the Japanese people. (Web site)

Km West

  1. The attraction that draws most visitors to Potsdam is Park Sanssouci, 2 km west of the city centre.
  2. The most popular attraction in Potsdam is Park Sanssouci, 2 km west of the city centre.

July

  1. The site contains two palaces; one of them, the Palace Cecilienhof, was where the Potsdam Conference was held in July and August, 1945.
  2. July 5 – A council is held at Potsdam.

East Germany

  1. Grabovski was born in Potsdam, East Germany where his dad worked in construction.

Craig Conroy

  1. Craig Conroy (born September 4, 1971, in Potsdam, New York) is an American professional ice hockey player who plays for the Calgary Flames.

Prussia

  1. The House of Brandenburg and Prussian History and the Potsdam Museum provide insights into the history of Prussia and Potsdam.

Poland

  1. Along with almost all of Lower Silesia, the city became part of Poland under the terms of the Potsdam Conference. (Web site)
  2. At the Yalta and the Potsdam conferences, Danzig was ceded to Poland, along with most of Pomerania and Silesia and southern East Prussia. (Web site)
  3. The town was granted to Poland according to the Potsdam Conference and German-speaking citizens were expelled. (Web site)

World War

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. After the defeat of Germany in World War II in 1945, the Potsdam Conference placed most of Pomerania under Polish administration.
  3. 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. (Web site)

Sniper

  1. Gigolo Aunts is an alternative rock band formed in 1981 in Potsdam, New York as Sniper.

Categories

  1. World > Countries > States > Brandenburg
  2. Settlements > Cities > Capitals > Berlin
  3. Yalta
  4. Truman
  5. World > Countries > European Union > Germany

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