Schlesien


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Schlesien

(ˈʃleːziən)
n
(Placename) the German name for Silesia
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Noun1.Schlesien - a region of central Europe rich in deposits of coal and iron oreSchlesien - a region of central Europe rich in deposits of coal and iron ore; annexed by Prussia in 1742 but now largely in Poland
Europe - the 2nd smallest continent (actually a vast peninsula of Eurasia); the British use `Europe' to refer to all of the continent except the British Isles
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QUANTZ, having come over with him from service on the Schlesien, Canaris' last command, felt he occupied a position in the masterdissimulator's consciousness somewhere between man and dachshund.
(20.) Rudolf Walter, "Zur Geschichte der schlesischen Orgelmusik", in: Geistliche Musik in Schlesien, ed.
Treu, Der Sogenannte Lampriaskatalog der Plutarchschriften, Waldenburg in Schlesien: Programm Waldenburg in Schlesien Gymnasium, 1873, 54, who suggests that it dates from the third or fourth century.
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Its German name is Neumarkt in Schlesien. This town was one of the centers of German colonization that gained its impetus after the Silesian Duke Henry I the Bearded married Hedwig of Andechs.
(Bearing witness to his great experience with Bohemian historical sources by that time was his previous editing of the extended version of the originally Czech-language lexicon, published by the Theatre Institute in Prague, Theater in Bohmen, Mahren und Schlesien. Von den Arfangen bis zum Ausgangdes 18.
Taufer - Meistersinger - Schwarmer (Wurzburg: Konigshausen und Neumann, 1991), 13-23; Caroline Gritschke, "Via Media": Spiritualistische Lebenswelten und Konfessionalisierung (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 20061: Horst Weigelt, Von Schlesien nach Amerika.
Die tertiare Flora von Schossnitz in Schlesien. Heyn'sche Buchhandlung, Gorlitz.