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Farther pomerania, further pomerania, transpomerania or eastern pomerania (german hinterpommern, ostpommern ), is the part of pomerania which comprised the eastern part of the duchy and later province of pomerania. It stretched roughly from the oder river in the west to pomerelia in the east.

  farther pomerania, further pomerania, or eastern pomerania (german hinterpommern, ostpommern), is the part of pomerania which comprised the eastern part of the duchy and later province of pomerania. It stretched roughly from the oder river in the west to pomerelia in the east.

Farther pomerania is the rough english translation of german hinterpommern, which is literally behind or rear pomerania. Initially, the term meant areas east of (behind) pomerania-wolgast and was gradually adopted for areas east of stettin in the 16th century.

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  the prussian province of pomerania within prussia and the german empire circa 1871. Prussia gained the southern parts of swedish pomerania in 1720, 34 341343 invaded and annexed pomerelia from poland in 17, and gained the remainder of swedish pomerania in 1815, after the napoleonic wars.

Farther pomerania, further pomerania, transpomerania or eastern pomerania (german hinterpommern, ostpommern), is the part of pomerania which comprised the eastern part of the duchy and later province of pomerania. It stretched roughly from the oder river in the west to pomerelia in the east.

Originally (if sparely) settled by slavic people, german settlers went there and gradually took over. In 1260, the western half of farther pomerania (east of oder river) was germanized, and in 1270, the whole country was.

Pomerania (polish pomorze german pommern kashubian pmrskô) is a historical region on the southern shore of the baltic sea in central europe, split between poland and germany.

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  pomeranian voivodeship (polish pomorskie) is one of the sixteen provinces of poland. Situated in the north of the republic bordering the shore of the baltic sea, pomerania is often considered as one of the playgrounds of the country, complete with relaxed seaside towns, beaches, historic port cities, teutonic castles, and a rustic countryside.